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Upper Elementary (3rd and 4th Grade) Art Part Two: A Flexible Schedule Course

Jenny Miller
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(621)
This semester course will provide 15 different art units with projects targeted for 3rd or 4th grade students.

Class experience

US Grade 3 - 4
Students will learn about nine major artists, art movements, and/ or art cultures.  Students will also learn how to manipulate at grade appropriate levels various art media including clay, paint, colored pencils, and oil pastels.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts Education, am licensed to teacher art for grades pre-k through 12 through the state of Indiana, have been working as a professional educator each school year since 2008, and have taught each of these projects in various forms at public, charter, and private school.  This course is designed to meet the National Core Standards in the U.S. for visual arts.  
Homework Offered
Each unit will come with resources such as instructional videos, art history interactive learning activities, and photos of finished example.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered
Needed supplies include:
8.5x11: or 9x12” mixed media paper
#2 wooden pencils with erasers
watercolor paint with a brush and water cup
crayons or colored pencils
oil pastels (optional)
air-dry clay
construction paper (9x12" various colors)
clear tape
a flash light or a flash light app on a device
poster board paper (optional)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
When studying the art from various cultures and movements such as Aborigine art, Renaissance paintings, and illuminated manuscripts, religious and cultural beliefs, images, and practices of those artists and cultures will be described to show how they affect the art produced; but those beliefs and practices will be presented from an unbiased view point.  Furthermore, when studying these various movements, artists, and cultures such as the Harlem Renaissance and Surrealism, the historical context during the production of the art will be described to show how the social events of the time affect how the art was made.  Again, the content will be presented from an unbiased viewpoint.  No graphic or violent images will be shown, and any art that features nudity will be either cropped or edited, so no nudity is shown.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(621)
Hello, I’m Miss Jenny! I have a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts Education and a teaching license from the state of Indiana.

I’ve been an professional educator since 2008.  In addition to teaching art for grades k-12, I have been a substitute... 
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for 15 weeks
15 weeks

Completed by 3 learners
No live video meetings
Ages: 8-10

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