Develop a lesson plan using the Madeline Hunter 7-step Lesson Plan [DOWNLOAD] that describes a sequential learning process that will guide elementary-age students through a discussion and connected art-making process that explores the elements of art and principles of design. Select one of the art-making approaches explored in weeks two, three, and four for this lesson plan. Select two works of art from differing cultures that were made using the art-making approach you picked. Find your works of art from reliable scholarly sources such as art museum websites. Format your lesson based on the Madeline Hunter 7-step Lesson Plan and outline a learning process that incorporates responses to the following into the seven steps: A concise one or two sentence objective that includes a goal for learning about the elements of art and principles of design. Identify the components and strands of visual arts education found in the Visual and Performing Arts Framework and Student Academic Content Standards that are addressed in the lesson plan. Concise definitions of the elements of art and principles of design. These include: Elements of Art: line, color, value, space, texture, shape, and form Principles of Design: balance, emphasis, movement, pattern, repetition, proportion, rhythm, variety, unity What is the art historical context of the artwork (when, where, why was it made)? Summarize the artistic styles and processes of your selected works of art. Identify a discussion strategy that will be used to facilitate discussion and analysis of the selected artworks. Outline how that discussion strategy will guide students to interpret and derive meaning using the elements of art and principles of design. Consult the following resources for ideas on how to create classroom discussions about works of art: Visual Arts Toolkit Guide (opens in new window) An Artful Thinking Classroom [DOWNLOAD] Thinking Palette (opens in new window) Creative Questions (opens in new window) Brief step-by-step process (five to eight steps) to guide students through the art-making approach. Outline an assessment plan to evaluate specific aspects of the art-making process include the following components. Opportunity for small-group and whole class collaboration. Opportunity for students to reflect on completed works of art, both their own and their classmates.