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

Visual Communication and Production
2.1 The student will generate a variety of solutions to art-making problems.
2.2 The student will incorporate unanticipated results of art making into works of art.
2.3 The student will depict imaginary experiences in works of art.
2.4 The student will create works of art inspired by a variety of concepts, themes, and literary sources.
2.5 The student will identify and use the following in works of art:
1. Color—secondary
2. Form—three-dimensional (cube, cylinder, sphere, pyramid, cone)
3. Line—vertical, horizontal, diagonal
4. Shape—geometric, organic
5. Pattern—complex alternating and repeating

2.6 The student will use foreground and background in works of art.
2.7 The student will depict objects according to size and proportion within works of art.

2.8 The student will use observational drawing in preparation for creating works of art.
2.9 The student will create works of art from observation.
2.10 The student will create three-dimensional works of art, using a variety of materials to include clay.

Art History and Cultural Context
2.11 The student will identify symbols from various cultures.
2.12 The student will identify works of art and elements of architecture of other cultures.
2.13 The student will compare works of art, elements of architecture, and artifacts of other cultures with those of their culture.

2.14 The student will recognize careers related to the art media used in instruction.

Analysis, Evaluation, and Critique
2.15 The student will categorize works of art by subject matter, including the genres of portrait, landscape, and still life.
2.16 The student will express opinions with supporting statements regarding works of art.

2.17 The student will interpret ideas and feelings expressed in personal and others’ works of art.

Aesthetics
2.18 The student will distinguish between objects that occur naturally and objects made by people.
2.19 The student will identify public art and its value to the community.
2.20 The student will describe the meanings communicated and feelings evoked by works of art.
2.21 The student will explain ways that the art of a culture reflects its people’s attitudes and beliefs.