Fine Arts

Fine Arts Week 6
K-5 Music K-5 Visual Arts
 
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Parent Instructions
In this lesson, there are several activities your child will enjoy. The activities included in this lesson are for grades K-5.
 
 
Student Instructions
The links in this lesson are YouTube links. Make sure you are supervised by your parents and have permission to use YouTube for the activities included in this lesson.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The Music Standards covered in this lesson are Perform, Connect and Respond
 
 
 
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Parent Instructions
After becoming familiar with the art of Keith Haring students can create their own action figure drawings on paper or drawing outside with chalk!
 
 
Student Instructions
Look at Keith Haring's paintings and try to create your own drawing inspired by his style. Use action lines to create a feeling of movement. You can draw on paper with markers or crayons, or go outside and use sidewalk chalk for fun artwork you can share with your neighbors!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Create a drawing inspired by artist Keith Haring.
 
 
 
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Fine Arts Week 6
6- 12 Band 6-8 Choir
 
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Parent Instructions
See pdf.
 
 
Student Instructions
See pdf.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will continue to develop superior habits on their instrument through the performance of fundamental exercises and band literature.
 
 
 
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"Choral Music Madness" - Sweet 16 - Round 2! This week concludes our Sweet 16 rounds. Next week, will be our "Elite 8" round. Students will continue to view/listen to music in the link provided, then cast their vote for which song is their favorite from each category. The bracket will be updated weekly.
 
 
Student Instructions
"Choral Music Madness" - Sweet 16 - Round 2! This week concludes our Sweet 16 rounds. Next week, will be our "Elite 8" round. Students will continue to view/listen to music in the link provided, then cast their vote for which song is their favorite from each category. The bracket will be updated weekly.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Respond - Support an interpretation of a musical work that reflects the creators’/performers’ expressive intent.
 
 
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If you are not able to view the videos on the Google form link, you can view the videos in the link below. The videos will be at the top of this linked page. https://ams.bartlettschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=435522&type=u&pREC_ID=606894
Fine Arts Week 6
6-8 Orchestra 9-12 Orchestra
 
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Parent Instructions
Use the attached PDF to guide your student in their practice. The orchestra directors have compiled this collection of activities to enrich your student's practice time while at home. The hope is that students continue to adhere to their program's practice expectations, and complete one activity a day to submit to their director to stay in contact and receive feedback. The PDF outlines how students should submit their participation as well as how they will receive feedback from their director.
 
 
Student Instructions
Check the attached PDF each day during your practice time to see what activity you should complete. Some can be completed quickly while others will take practice to accomplish. Submit your proof of participation to your teacher and you will receive feedback.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will have the opportunity to participate in multiple short activities each day to supplement their ongoing at-home practice.
 
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Parent Instructions
Included is a list of activities to promote additional learning in the strings and orchestra subjects. Links to this calendar and Zoom contact form are on Mr. Neal's school website.
 
 
Student Instructions
Contact Mr. Neal if you need assistance selecting etudes for individual practice. Email Mr. Neal with any questions.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Increase proficiency of music state standards.
 
 
 
Comments
This includes work for the three remaining weeks of quarter 4.
 
Fine Arts Week 6
6-8 Visual Arts 9-12 Choir 9 - 12 Visual Arts
 
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Parent Instructions
We want our students creating art during this time that is personally meaningful to them and the world around them. The attached document contains week 5 of our art challenge. Have your students explore the prompts and choose a few that are interesting to them.
 
 
Student Instructions
Students, simply click on the attachment and choose a few prompts that are interesting to you. Feel free to use whatever materials you have at home and think of these prompts as a guide. You can tweak these to fit your interests. Don't want to create a drawing but love to paint? Go for it! Be sure to share your results with you art teachers so we can see what you are creating!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
I can think creatively by problem solving and creating personally meaningful artwork.
 
 
 
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Resource
Mr. Whited's webpage found on the Bartlett High School Website
 
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Parent Instructions
Students can learn music at their own pace.
 
 
Student Instructions
Students, go to Mr. Whited's webpage and download the music and the tracks to learn the song. Once learned you can make a recording and send it to pwhited@bartlettschools.org
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
HS3.IM.R1.B Analyze and explain how context and the manipulation of musical elements influence response to music
 
 
 
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Parent Instructions
Students will use a document in Pages or Word to type 2 paragraphs about a class assignment from this school year that they really enjoyed, or one that was personally meaningful to them. Your child will describe the assignment and express how it was enjoyable or meaningful. Their first few sentences should express what the assignment was and how they first felt about it. Your child can consider adding sentences that: describe the thoughts they had about starting the assignment, how they felt about it while working on it, what other ideas they may have had along the way, how it turned out, how they feel about it now, and how this experience will direct their next project. Students will make the file name their own name and then email the document to their teacher.
 
 
Student Instructions
Think of an assignment from this school year that you really enjoyed, or one that was personally meaningful to you. Use Pages or Word to type 2 paragraphs describing the assignment and express how it was enjoyable or meaningful. Your first few sentences should express what the assignment was and how you felt about it at first. Consider adding sentences that: describe the thoughts you had about starting the assignment, how you felt about it while working on it, what other ideas you may have had along the way, how it turned out, how you feel about it now, and how this experience will direct your next project. Save your document with your name as the file name and email your document to your teacher.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Reflecting about the artistic process allows students to identify precisely what, and how, they have learned.
Comments
Students are welcome to contact their teacher to discuss this learning opportunity or to ask about an art - making alternative to this activity.
 
HS Theatre / Forensics Week 6
Daily 8 Count One Minute Monologue 
 
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Parent Instructions
Your student can go to the website www.daily8count.com/home. Click the "Weekly Combination" button. Enter student's e-mail address and name to receive the weekly password. Enter the password and watch the daily video. Students can learn each day's musical theatre dance combination. At the end of the week, students can submit a video of themselves performing the entire weekly combination on their class Edmodo page.
 
 
 
Student Instructions
Get your body moving with musical theatre dance! These are weekly easy, basic musical theatre dance combinations that will teach you basic moves that would be great practice for audition prep! Visit the website www.daily8count.com/home. Click the "Weekly Combination" button. Enter your e-mail address and name to receive the weekly password. Enter the password and watch the daily video. Students can learn each day's musical theatre dance combination. At the end of the week, students can submit a video of themselves performing the entire weekly combination on their class Edmodo page. If you want to share your video on social media, use the hashtag #bcsdaily8count There is a new combination every week, so this can be an ongoing activity!
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for performance.
 
 
 
 
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Parent Instructions
Instruct student to visit American Theatre Wing’s YouTube channel. Pick any video that interests you in their “Working in the Theatre” section. Click link here:https Instruct student to write two paragraphs on what you liked best about that job and anything that surprised you about it. What skills are necessary to hold this job? Do you think you would be interested in working in this are of the theatre? Why or why not?
 
 
 
Student Instructions
Visit American Theatre Wing’s YouTube channel. Pick any video that interests you in their “Working in the Theatre” section. Click link here:https Write two paragraphs on what you liked best about that job and anything that surprised you about it. What skills are necessary to hold this job? Do you think you would be interested in working in this are of the theatre? Why or why not?
 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for performance.
 
 
 
 
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Fine Arts Week 6
HS Guitar HS Media Arts
 
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Parent Instructions
Parents have students complete the work. If you have any questions contact pwhited@bartlettschools.org
 
 
Student Instructions
April 1-3 go to musictheory.net, click on exercises, choose note identification, practice till you can get 20 correct. April 6-10 go to musictheory.net, click on exercises, choose Key signature identification, practice till you can get 20 correct. April 13-17 go to musictheory.net, click on exercises, choose interval identification, practice till you can get 20 correct. April 20-24 go to musictheory.net, click on exercises, choose scale identification, practice till you can get 20 correct. Any questions or concerns contact your teacher. Mr. Whited pwhited@bartlettschools.org or Mr. Neal mneal@bartlettschools.org
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
HS3.IM.R1.B Analyze and explain how context and the manipulation of musical elements influence response to music
 
 
 
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Parent Instructions
Please have your student submit questions and/or responses by email to their instructor: David Kiser dkiser@bartlettschools.org James Steinbrecher jsteinbrecher@bartlettschools.org
 
 
Student Instructions
To take photos, use your laptop or your personal cell phone. Minor 3 Image Composition Rule of Thirds – Create three shots using three different subjects, each subject has to be in a different frames size, each subject must be on vertical and horizontal rule of thirds. The subject should be in a neutral position (facing the camera). Place the shots in a Word/Pages document, labeling each frame size. Minor 4 Image Composition Subject Direction - Create three shots using three different subjects, each subject has to be in a different frames size, each subject must be on vertical and horizontal rule of thirds. Use Subject Direction rules for subject direction, the subject should NOT be neutral. Place the shots in a Word/Pages document, labeling each frame size. Major 2 After submitting the above Minor assignments, Contact your teacher for the Major assignment, if you are interested in this assignment. Submission: Submit your documents via email.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The learner will demonstrate their knowledge of Image Composition by creating a Rule of Thirds Chart. The learner will demonstrate their knowledge of Image Composition by creating a Subject Direction Chart.
 
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Reference the included Powerpoint Lessons for review