DMS1: Shading Terms

In your sketchbook, replicate the below image and include the terms.

Shading Terms


Intro to CompSci: More Missile Tracking

I’m updated and upload the Missile Tracking PowerPoint. You can download it here:

By the end of class today ALL of you should have a functional Heading block. To ensure that it is functioning correctly, take a look at slides 14 & 15 from the updated PowerPoint. If you’re brave, take a look at the slides after #15. I might be able to drop in on the class to help clarify, so stay on task.


Smarter Balanced: Practice Test

My advisory students, please follow this link to take the Smarter Balanced Practice Test.


DMS1: Drawing multiple people

Drawing the following groups of people interacting.



DMS1: Omg words about Monet

Now that you’ve seen some of Monet’s work in person, you are ready to write about the elements that make up his style.  If you need a reminder on Monet and his style, use the following link:

Your task is the write about 1 of the elements of Monet’s style. How he used color, light, reflections, his brush strokes, subject matter, or loose style of his renderings. You need to write two paragraphs with minimum of ten sentences. Omg, how will you survive? Also, include in your document and use as evidence 3 of the element you’re writing about. That will get you a 3.0. If you exceed that and use strong and clear evidence, you can move your grade closer to a 4.0.

Complete this assignment in a google doc and share it with me by the end of the week. The doc name should follow this format, “Monet – Student Name”. It will be due at the end of the week.


DMS1: I guess you’re not on the field trip.



DMS1: Trip prep – Art Context

Review the following video on Khan Academy.

Since we will be visiting the Legion of Honor, and they have a wonderful collection of Monet’s work, visit this link next.