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Middle Years Program

Art Year 3
International Baccalaureate
Course Aims
The aims of the teaching and study of MYP arts are for students to:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

create and present art


develop skills specific to the discipline
engage in a process of creative exploration and (self-)discovery
make purposeful connections between investigation and practice
understand the relationship between art and its contexts
respond to and reflect on art
deepen their understanding of the world.

Time Allotment: This class meets daily for three 13 week trimesters

Objectives and Assessment


A: Knowledge and Understanding
This objective focuses on building knowledge and understanding of both the art form and artistic processes. It
should inform the students practice as a young artist and allow him or her to appraise other artworks. The
learning a student experiences will impact on his or her artmaking and expression of personal interpretations in the
objective B.
At the end of the third year, students should be able to:

demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the art form studied,


including concepts, processes, and the use of appropriate language

demonstrate an understanding of the role of the art form in original or


displayed contexts

use acquired knowledge to purposefully inform artistic decisions in


the process of creating artwork

Criterion A

Knowledge and
Understanding

Maximum
8 points

Criterion B

Developing Skills

Maximum
8 points

Criterion C

Reflection and
Evaluation

Maximum
8 points

Criterion D

Personal
Engagement

Maximum
8 points

B: Developing Skills
This objective focuses on the practical application of the students skills to the creation of their artwork. This should
be strongly informed by knowledge and understanding developed in the objective listed above.
The student should investigate and experiment with his or her artistic processes through the planning, creation,
performance and presentation of artwork, developing an initial idea or theme to a point of realization.

These processes should allow the student to develop and experiment with skills and techniques, as well as explore,
express and communicate artistic intentions. These intentions should involve the investigation of alternative ways of
using the students knowledge, understanding and skills and may evolve during the course of the students work.

Art Year 3
At the end of the third year, students should be able to:

demonstrate the acquisition and development of the skills and techniques of the art form studied

demonstrate the application of skills and techniques to create, perform and /or present art

C: Thinking Creatively
This objective focuses on the way that a student gradually comes to feel and think like an artist.
Ongoing reflection should be more than just a record of what was done. Reflecting critically requires the
student to questions and justify the choices that he or she has made and to develop an objctive evaluation
of his or her own work. The students should show a growing insight into his or her artistic development.
The student is encouraged to seek feedback from others and to consider how this feedback might inform
him or her work as it develops. Constructive feedback can help a student o confirm, clarify or modify his
or her artistic process or intent.
Objective C is concerned solely with the students reflections and evaluations in relation to his or her own
work. Appraisal of the work of others is addressed in objective A, although this may lead a student to
reflect on his or her own work subsequently.
At the end of the second year, students should be able to:

outline a clear and feasible artistic


outline alternatives, perspective, and imaginative solutions
demonstrate the exploration of ideas through the developmental process to a point of realization

D: Responding
The main focus of this objective is the development of the attitudes essential to engage with the artistic
processes and the art form studied.
The student should develop the personal and interpersonal skills that will enable him/her to initiate, to
explore, to negotiate with others and to take informed risks during his/her artistic experience.
The student should develop his/her ability to interact with other students in a supportive and sensitive way.
It is also anticipated that students will become increasingly mindful of their own and other cultures and use
their experiences to advance their artistic development.

At the end of the third year, students should be able to:

Outline connections and transfer learning to new settings

Create an artistic response inspired by the world around them

evaluate the artwork of self and others

Units
Unit 1: Name Design and Perspective Drawing

Statement of Inquiry: The aesthics of the natural world can be captured through an artist work.

Global Content: Scientific & Technological Innovation

Key/Related Concepts: Perspective/ Representation

Summative Assessment: Students will create a one or two point perspective drawing of a city.
Criterion & Objectives

Criterion B: Developing Skills

Criterion C: Thinking Creatively

Unit 2: Weaving

Statement of Inquiry: Cultures have their own styles that express who they are.

Global Content: Identities & Relationships

Key/Related Culture: Expression/Style

Summative Assessment: Students will design and create a weaving


Criterion & Objectives

Criterion A: Knowledge and Understanding

Criterion B: Developing Skills

Criterion C: Thinking Creatively

Criterion D: Responding

Achievement
Level

1-2

3-4

5-6

Criterion A: Knowing and


Understanding
iii. demonstrate knowledge of
the art form studied, including
concepts, processes, and the use
of appropriate language

Criterion B: Developing Skills


ii. demonstrate the application of
skills and techniques to create,
perform and/or present art

Criterion D: Responding
i. construct meaning and transfer
learning to new settings
ii. critique the artwork of self
and others

The student does not reach


a standard described by
any of the descriptors
below.

The student does not


Reach a standard described
by any of the descriptors
below.

The student does not reach


a standard described by any
of the descriptors below.

Demonstrate limited
awareness of the links
between the knowledge
acquired and artwork
created.

Demonstrate limited
acquisition and development
of the skills and techniques of
the art form studied.

Demonstrates limited
recognition that the world
contains inspiration or
influence for art.

Demonstrates limited
application of skills and
techniques to create, perform
and/or present art.
Demonstrate adequate
acquisition and development
of the skills and techniques of
the art form studied.

Demonstrates adequate
recognition that the world
contains inspiration or
influence for art.

Demonstrates adequate
application of skills and
techniques to create, perform
and/or present art.
Demonstrate substantial
acquisition and development
of the skills and techniques of
the art form studied.

Demonstrates substantial
recognition that the world
contains inspiration or
influence for art.

Demonstrate adequate
awareness of the links
between the knowledge
acquired and artwork
created.

Demonstrate substantial
awareness of the links
between the knowledge
acquired and artwork
created.

Demonstrates substantial
application of skills and
techniques to create, perform
and/or present art.

7-8

Demonstrate excellent
awareness of the links
between the knowledge
acquired and artwork
created.

Demonstrate excellent
acquisition and development
of the skills and techniques of
the art form studied.

Demonstrates excellent
recognition that the world
contains inspiration or
influence for art.

Demonstrates excellent
application of skills and
techniques to create, perform
and/or present art.

Unit 3: Clothing

Statement of Inquiry: The products you make are dependent on your audience.

Global Content: Personal and Cultural Expression

Key/Related Concepts: Aesthetic/ Audience/Style

Summative Assessment: Students will design a seascape that shows the use of tints and shades.
Criterion & Objectives

Criterion A: Knowledge and Understanding

Criterion B: Developing Skills

Criterion C: Thinking Creatively

Criterion D: Responding

Acheivem
Criterion A:
Criterion B:
ent Level
Knowing and
Developing Skills
Understanding
Demonstrate
knowledge of the
art form studied
including concepts,
processes, and the
use of appropriate
language.

Demonstrate the
acquisitions and
development of the
skills and techniques
of the art form
studied.

Criterion C: Thinking
Creatively

Criterion D:
Responding

Demonstrate the
exploration of ideas
through the
developmental
process to a point of
realization.

Evaluate the artwork


of self and others.

Demonstrate the
application of skills
and techniques to
create art.

The student does not


reach a standard
described by any of
the descriptors below.

The student does not


Reach a standard
described by any of the
descriptors below.

The student does not


Reach a standard
described by any of the
descriptors below.

The student does not


reach a standard
described by any of the
descriptors below.

1-2

Demonstrate limited
knowledge of the art
form studied,
including concepts,
processes, and
limited use of
appropriate language.

Demonstrate limited
acquisition and
development of the skills
and techniques of the art
form studied.

Demonstrates limited
exploration of ideas
through the
developmental process
to a point of realization.

Presents a limited
evaluation of the
artwork of self and
others.

Demonstrates limited
application of skills and
techniques to create,
perform and/or present

art.

3-4

5-6

7-8

Demonstrate
adequate knowledge
of the art form
studied, including
concepts, processes,
and adequate use of
appropriate language.

Demonstrate
substantial
knowledge of the art
form studied,
including concepts,
processes, and
substantial use of
appropriate language.

Demonstrate
excellent knowledge
of the art form
studied, including
concepts, processes,
and excellent use of
appropriate language.

Demonstrate adequate
acquisition and
development of the skills
and techniques of the art
form studied.
Demonstrates adequate
application of skills and
techniques to create,
perform and/or present
art.
Demonstrate
substantial acquisition
and development of the
skills and techniques of
the art form studied.
Demonstrates
substantial application
of skills and techniques
to create, perform and/or
present art.
Demonstrate excellent
acquisition and
development of the skills
and techniques of the art
form studied.
Demonstrates excellent
application of skills and
techniques to create,
perform and/or present
art.

Demonstrates
adequate exploration
of ideas through the
developmental process
to a point of realization.

Presents an adequate
evaluation of the
artwork of self and
others.

Demonstrates
substantial
exploration of ideas
through the
developmental process
to a point of realization.

Presents an
substantial evaluation
of the artwork of self
and others.

Demonstrates
excellent exploration
of ideas through the
developmental process
to a point of realization.

The student shows


excellent commitment
in using his or her own
artistic processes.

Assessment/Grading

Grade

MYP
Final
Grade

Descriptors

Minimal achievement in terms of the objectives.

Very limited achievement against all the objectives. The student has
difficulty in understanding the required knowledge and skills and is
unable to apply them fully in normal situations, even with support.
Limited achievement against most of the objectives, or clear difficulties
in some areas. The student demonstrates a limited understanding of the
required knowledge and skills and is only able to apply them fully in
normal situations with support.
A good general understanding of the required knowledge and skills,
and the ability to apply them effectively in normal situations. There is
occasional evidence of the skills of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.

3
4

5
6

A consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge


and skills, and the ability to apply them in a variety of situations. The
student generally shows evidence of analysis, syntheses and evaluation
where appropriate and occasionally demonstrates originality and insight.
A consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and
skills, and the ability to apply them in a wide variety of situations.
Consistent evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation is shown
where appropriate. The student generally demonstrates originality and
insight.
A consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and
skills, and the ability to apply them almost faultlessly in a wide variety
of situations. Consistent evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation is
shown where appropriate. The student consistently demonstrates
originality and insight and always produces work of high quality.

General Grade Descriptors for All IB Subject Areas

All MYP subjects will give final grades in the range from 1 to 7. The general IB
grade descriptors (below) indicate achievement required for the award of
each final grade. These descriptors are used when determining grade
boundaries in each of the subjects.