Pen & Ink Audio Wave Art

Author: Lydia Stewart
Year: 2021
Artform: Visual Art
Subjects: Science
Grade: 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade & 6th Grade
Duration: 1 Session
Overview:

SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT & RESOURCES

  • Record all students’ names said by the student and then print out the audio wave was so that each student has a visual of their name wave.

RESOURCE WEBSITES & VIDEOS

Download PDF Lesson Plan

Standards & Objectives

Fine Art Standards
Integrated Standards
Objectives

Developing and Using Models:

Students develop physical, conceptual, and other models to represent relationships, explain mechanisms, and predict outcomes.

  • I can create an audio wave model of my name using proper pen and ink technique.
  • I can apply principles of “wet on wet” watercolor in my wavelength piece.

Teaching and Timeline

Introduction

Follow up on the interview with guest artist Desarae Lee. (See Resource Websites & Videos)

  • What was something they liked or learned?
  • Take away about pen and ink?

Demonstration

“Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” -Dale Carnagie (Agree or disagree?)

Work Period

Quick review of pen and ink skills from past lessons – warm up and stretch out, use

*Distribute watercolor paper and pen and ink wave.

Feedback: Glow & Grow with neighbor

 

INSTRUCTION ON WET ON WET:

*Distribute print and water supplies and students can create.

Closure/Summary

May need to finish up next time if they’re not quite done.

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