*Highlighted standards indicate standards covered in class during the limited school year.*

Visual Communication and Production
1.1 The student will examine a variety of solutions to art-making problems.
1.2 The student will describe steps used in the creation of works of art.
1.3 The student will use the senses of sight, touch, and hearing as inspirations for works of art.
1.4 The student will create works of art inspired by stories or poems, ideas, and themes. 1.5 The student will create art from real and imaginary sources of inspiration.
1.6 The student will depict personal experiences in works of art.
1.7 The student will identify and use the following in works of art:
1. Color—primary
2. Line—zigzag, dotted, wavy, spiral
3. Shape—geometric, organic

4. Pattern—alternating, repeating
1.8 The student will arrange shapes in space within the picture plane.
1.9 The student will identify and use figure-ground relationships in works of art.
1.10 The student will demonstrate the use of size relationships in works of art.
1.11 The student will create observational drawings of people and objects in the environment.
1.12 The student will use motor skills (e.g., cutting, modeling, molding, tearing, weaving) to create two- and three-dimensional works of art.

Art History and Cultural Context
1.13 The student will describe how art is an integral part of one’s culture.
1.14 The student will identify American cultural symbols and events depicted in art.
1.15 The student will describe similarities and differences among various careers in the visual arts.

Analysis, Evaluation, and Critique
1.16 The student will describe the visual qualities and content of works of art.
1.17 The student will describe similarities and differences among works of art.

1.18 The student will explain why viewers may have different responses to works of art.

Aesthetics
1.19 The student will describe how feelings, ideas, and emotions are communicated in works of art.
1.20 The student will explain why works of art have value.
1.21 The student will express a point of view regarding what art is and what purposes it serves.