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Area/Perimeter

Micayla Irmiter

Unit: Elements of Art

4 to 5: 25 min. class periods

5th Grade
Shape

National Visual Art Standards


1 Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work
2 Organize and develop artistic ideas and work
3 Refine and complete artistic work
4 Select, analyze and interpret artistic work for presentation
5 Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation
6 Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work
7 Perceive and analyze artistic work
8 Interpret intent and meaning in artistic work
9 Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work

Key Vocab.

Visuals/Resources/Materials

Area, perimeter,
Rectangle

Materials:
Pencil, worksheet (attached), inch strips of colorful construction paper, large drawing paper for bkgd.

Motivation
Students will learn that math can be a tool for the creation of art.
Students will learn that there are a variety of ways to interpret a prompt.

Connections: Prior Knowledge/Building Background/Prior Learning


This lesson builds on prior knowledge of perimeter and area of rectangles.

Content ObjectivesStandards(#)

Core Objectives

- Students will demonstrate knowledge of rectangles to inform the creation of their drawing (3).
- Students will develop their ideas about rectangles as they work through the worksheet (2).
- Students will use experiences and classroom activities to inform subject matter of their drawings (3).
- Students will apply vocabulary when creating work (3).
- Students will interpret why we created our works and why our works have meaning to us (8).
- Students will develop new techniques to incorporate math with art (5).
- Students will generate ideas about their composition (1).
- Students will learn to refine their rectangles to meet criteria (5).
- Students will apply criteria to self-evaluate their artistic work (8).
- Students will work together to select work for presentation (4).
- Students will apply criteria to evaluate artistic work based on rectangular requirements (9).

- Students will learn about area


and perimeter.
- Students will create an
artwork which incorporates
three rectangles.

Rigor

Actions

Outcome/Product

Learning
Activities/Assessment

Creating:
Putting together ideas or
elements to develop an
original idea or engage in
critical thinking

Constructing, Designing,
Devising, Inventing,
Making, Planning

Advertisement, Film, Media Product, New


Game, Painting, Plan, Portfolio, Project,
Song, Story

Students will create three


rectangles as the structure
for their drawing.

Evaluating:
Judging the value of ideas,
materials and methods by
developing and applying
standards and criteria

Checking, Critiquing,
Detecting, Experimenting,
Hypothesizing, Judging,
Monitoring, Testing

Conclusion, Debate, Evaluation,


Investigation, Panel, Persuasive Speech,
Quiz/Test, Report, Portfolio, Verdict

Students will hypothesize


and experiment with
different rectangle
dimensions to determine
which will meet the criteria.

Analyzing:
Breaking information down
into its component elements

Attributing, Comparing,
Deconstructing, Integrating,
Organizing, Outlining,
Structuring

Abstract, Chart, Checklist, Database,


Graph, Mobile, Outline, Quiz/Test, Report,
Spreadsheet, Survey

Students will be able to


compare rectangles
through analysis.

Applying:

Carrying Out, Executing,


Implementing, Using

Demonstration, Diary, Illustration,


Interview, Journal, Performance,
Presentation, Quiz/Test, Sculpture,
Simulation

Students will demonstrate


knowledge by using their
rectangles as the basis for
their work.

Understanding:
Understanding of given
information

Classifying, Comparing,
Explaining, Inferring,
Paraphrasing, Summarizing

Collection, Example, Label, List, Outline,


Recitation, Show and Tell Summary

Students will be able to


show understanding by
explaining terminology,
comparing rectangles, and
checking a peers work.

Remembering:
Recall or recognition of
specific information

Describing, Finding,
Identifying, Listing,
Locating, Naming,
Recognizing, Retrieving

Definition, Fact, Label, List, Quiz/Test,


Reproduction, Test, Workbook, Worksheet

Students will be better able


to define the components of
a rectangle.

Sequence of Activities

Assessments

DAY ONE
--Prep-worksheet, pencil
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Step 1: Intro and demonstration


-Talk about what a rectangle is
-Explain worksheet
-Define perimeter, work through examples of perimeters, problem-solving techniques
-Define area,
-Questions

Formative
assessment

Step 2: Work time, clean-up

DAYS TWO and THREE


--Prep-worksheet, pencil, in. strips of construction paper, drawing paper, scissors, glue stick, drawing
materials
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Step 1: Review the point, expand


We will be using our rectangles as the structure for our drawing. We will create a drawing on top
of the rectangles So think about it. What rectangles do we see everyday? Doors? Windows?
Sticks of butter? Kleenex boxes? Books? Using colored pencils use your rectangles to create a
drawing that makes sense with the rectangles.

Step 2: Double check with a friend to prove their rectangles


Step 3: Work time to create rectangles with strips, glue down, draw.
Step 4: Self-evaluation (shown below)

Formative
assessment

Summative
assessments

Modifications/Differentiation
Modifications will be made for students who need more space, more one-on-one instruction, and more step-by-

step guidance. Size requirements will also be altered.


Assessment

Name:
Coil Project Self-Assessment
Did you complete the project as well as you couldve?
Did you use the rectangles creatively to create your drawing?
Did you use class time wisely?
Did you treat your materials with respect?
Did your rectangles fit the size requirements?

Points Points
Possible Earned
4
4
2
3
2

What did you enjoy about this assignment?

What would you change if you did this project again?

Reflections and Next Steps


After the initial introduction of the lesson, students were a little confused. Mrs. Stevensen helped to further
explain. The grasped concepts well, treated materials with respect, and used classroom time wisely. They all
took part in the clean up process.