Second Grade Learning Color Theory Pre-Assessment Differentiation (Some…
Second Grade Learning Color Theory Pre-Assessment Differentiation
Some Knowledge of Topic
These students were able to answer some answers correctly but demonstrated a need for more assistance.
A station will be set up to help them fill in the missing pieces.
This will be a group assignment. Using chalk, students will color in a large cardboard color wheel. They will work together to figure out how to make each secondary color.
When complete, the students will hang their work on the wall of the art room as a demonstration and reminder for other students.
Very Little Knowledge of Topic
Students demonstrated that they did not know hos to mix secondary colors.
A station will be set up where they can learn this new skill.
Using clay, students will experiment with mixing two primary colors together.
Students will stick their clay "blobs" onto a worksheet of the color wheel which has a swatch of each color. They will match the colors.
When complete, they will discuss with their peers how they made each color and write it on a line next to the color.
Students were knowledgeable about color theory.
A new station is set up fr them to expand their knowledge.
Using color swatches and tempera paint, students will first mix the secondary colors.
When complete, they will mix a secondary with a primary to create a tertiary color. The teacher will have a demonstration sample at the station.
When complete the students will glue the swatches into their sketchbook in a circular color wheel formation. They can work together to design it correctly.
The Pre-Assessment is evaluating how well students remember basic color theory which they learned in first grade.
Students will be asked to write how each secondary color is made on a worksheet.
There will also be an option to circle the two colors instead of write them to accommodate different learning styles.