Lesson Plans
Drawing and Painting 2nd Q 04.05 Lesson Plans
Week: 11/08/2004 Instructor: Tina Richards Academics
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Monday:
The students will be given an example of a drawing of a barn and will draw the barn , mostly in the given time.

Remind them of the weekly 2 hour drawing. Due on Fridays
Tuesday:
The students will trace their hand and create an images inside and outside of it as they want to . Using texture, shading, words, shapes and line. A fun project that has the potential to grow.
The student will draw a stick, looking forn shape, value and detail.
Wednesday:
The student will begin with a lesson on free conyour face drawing. In this they will pair up and work.
We will continue with the students doing a scribble drawing and adding shape, value ,line, and texture to the shapes they have created.
Thursday:
The student will begin with assigned face drawings. And continue on to details of the face.
Friday:
The students will hear the story of vincient Van Gogh, look at some of his works and then draw one of his self portraits,

Weekly free ,2 hour drawing is due.
Monday:
The students will be given an example of a drawing of a barn and will draw the barn , mostly in the given time.

Remind them of the weekly 2 hour drawing. Due on Fridays
Tuesday:
The students will trace their hand and create an images inside and outside of it as they want to . Using texture, shading, words, shapes and line. A fun project that has the potential to grow.
The student will draw a stick, looking forn shape, value and detail.
Wednesday:
The student will begin with a lesson on free conyour face drawing. In this they will pair up and work.
We will continue with the students doing a scribble drawing and adding shape, value ,line, and texture to the shapes they have created.
Thursday:
The student will begin with assigned face drawings. And continue on to details of the face.
Friday:
The students will hear the story of vincient Van Gogh, look at some of his works and then draw one of his self portraits,

Weekly free ,2 hour drawing is due.
 
 
 
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