1. Use appropriate vocabulary when responding to the visual world.
2. Describe visual elements of a work of art to determine relevant information for the purpose of understanding the artist intent.
3. Recognize how artists use different tools, materials, processes, and techniques to solve specific visual problems
4. Recognize how artistic styles and themes reflect cultural, societal, and/or personal meaning.
5. Recognize how culture and context can influence our perspective of a work of art.
6. Identify artistic skills and behaviors that people use throughout all aspects of life.
1. Draw and record observations, ideas, and memories as a continual process in art.
2. Use select strategies to generate ideas for a given art problem.
3. Develop a personal work of art inspired by master artists or an interdisciplinary theme.
4. Develop and use select approaches such as observation, imagination, experimentation, narrative or memory to solve visual art problems.
5. Use formal qualities to solve art problems.
6. Use a variety of tools, materials, processes and techniques appropriately and safely to promote quality craftsmanship.
7. Use feedback and criteria to further develop and improve personal responses to art problems.
8. Effectively use resources and established criteria to solve art problems and persevere through a multi-step process within established time parameters.