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    CERAMICS I Grade(s): 9-12 Credit(s): 0.5 Weight: ST
    Term: Semester
    Traditional: 08215 Periods/week: 5
    Students in this course will design and create clay projects using introductory clay techniques including hand building, wheel
    throwing, decorating, and finishing techniques. Projects will include wheel thrown mugs, bowls, plates, vases, and hand
    built boxes and vases. (Crafts)

    Nathan Childers

    CERAMICS II Grade(s): 9-12 Credit(s): 0.5 Weight: ST
    Term: Semester
    Prerequisite: Ceramics I
    Traditional: 08225 Periods/week: 5
    Students will continue to develop their clay skills by investigating new clay and glaze techniques. Projects include original
    designs in teapots, lids, pedestals, and large-scale works. (Crafts)

    Flower Tile

    CERAMICS III Grade(s): 10-12 Credit(s): 0.5 Weight: ST
    Term: Semester
    Prerequisite: Ceramics II
    Traditional: 08235 Periods/week: 5
    In Ceramics III, equipment is available for wheel-work, mold making, and slip casting projects, as well as large kilns for
    hand building and sculpture. Students are encouraged to investigate processes that range in diversity from wood firing, raku,
    and salt glazing to stoneware and porcelain. (Crafts)

    DD

    CERAMICS IV Grade(s): 10-12 Credit(s): 0.5 Weight: ST
    Term: Semester
    Traditional: 08245 Periods/week: 5
    Students develop themes from other cultures and diverse historical periods. Students will record their ideas, research glaze
    formulas, and document their pieces in a sketchbook. Students are encouraged to investigate processes that range in diversity
    from wood firing, raku and salt glazing to stoneware and porcelain. Students will investigate, interpret, and redefine an idea
    by attempting multiple solutions to art problems. Attempting to express such ideas in multiple ways guides students in
    thematic development. Equipment is available for wheel-work, mold making, and slip casting projects, as well as large kilns
    for hand building and sculpture. (Crafts)

    Pumpkin