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Learners will have a fast and fun lesson in how to draw one of our favorite fantasy characters, the dragon. They will learn to draw a dragon in two popular art styles, Folk and Kawaii. There will be a brief overview of what each of those art styles are and how they are used in our world today. Then we will chat about dragons as I demonstrate how to draw these medieval creatures for my students. In the end of class, we will share our work for feedback. Learners will be invited to share a snap...
1. Students will learn a brief overview of the “Folk” and “Kawaii” art styles 2. Students will receive detailed instruction on how to draw a dragon two ways 3. Students will learn about giving and receiving feedback 4. Students will take pride in the accomplishment of their finished artwork
As a professional artist, my personal art style is “folk art.” This is a visually appealing form of storybook art that sparks the imagination of adults and children alike. I will never ever ever get tired of folk art! I love to combine folk art with elements of nature which offers me an amazing opportunity to teach science concepts while we learn art. Kawaii is a very different art style, but as a mom and teacher I have learned that kids in this age group tend to love Kawaii across the board. Using both styles offers them the ability to make artistic choices and to keep their brains energized and engaged with the creating process.
They will be able to take printables with them to be reminded of the drawing instructions if they’d like to try again in the future. They will be invited to color their dragons independently and then return to the classroom to share the results with me.
Teacher will provide printables of the drawing instructions for learners to take with them after class. During class, they will need a pencil with eraser, a black pen for outlining, such as a Sharpie marker, and a blank piece of paper. We will draw both dragons on a single sheet of paper, but it may be best for learners to have several sheets in case they want to start over.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The learner progress is assessed by teacher and peer feedback, and if they wish to have their artwork shared online, they can come and see how other people love their art
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hi there, thanks for stopping by my profile! I'm Amanda, and I have 20+ years working with children. I'm an Ohio licensed substitute teacher and paraprofessional, with tons of brick and mortar classroom experience at all grade levels. I am also an...