Outcome Chart - Ontario - Visual Arts 12 Workplace Preparation

Reflecting, Responding and Analysing

Overall Expectations:

The Critical Analysis Process

Specific Expectations:

Interpret the meanings of art works, including applied and commercial art works, from different historical periods (e.g., advertisements or other commercial art works from the 1960s; propaganda art from World War II; Haida totem poles)

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Overall Expectations:

Art, Society and Values

Specific Expectations:

explain how applied and commercial art works can influence individual and community values (e.g., how the design of sustainable products such as reusable bags or bottles can encourage people to reduce and reuse packaging; how posters and brochures can educate people about the dangers of smoking)

explain ways in which art works, particularly applied or commercial art works (e.g., advertising, architecture, clothing, product packaging, public art, website design), reflect the values of the society in which they were created

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Foundations

Overall Expectations:

Responsible Practices

Specific Expectations:

Demonstrate an understanding of legal and ethical issues associated with intellectual, virtual, and physical property (e.g., issues related to ownership, plagiarism, appropriation), and apply ethical practices when appropriating the property of others and using cultural images in their art works (e.g., show sensitivity when using images associated with other cultures, including First Nation, Inuit, and Métis cultures)

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Student Tutorial (Licensed Resource)