AQA A Level Art. Explanation of what Assessment Objectives mean

AQA A Level Art. Explanation of what Assessment Objectives mean

Do you find it hard to explain to students what the AQA A level Art Assessment Objectives mean? Do your students find the language of the AOs confusing? If so, this resource will help. A 9 slide presentation which goes through each AO in turn clearly explaining in student friendly language what they mean. Designed to be print friendly so that it can be given to students as a handout. I have used this resource with my own students to great effect. I hope that it helps you too.
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AQA ART 2018-19. A Level Art. Understanding Assessment Objectives

AQA ART 2018-19. A Level Art. Understanding Assessment Objectives

A 25 slide presentation that clearly explains to students the importance of meeting the Assessment Objectives. In particular, this resource emphasizes the need to generate original and thorough ideas. Through notes and visuals the slide-show shows how ideas link to all four Assessment Objectives. I have used this resource with my own students with outstanding results. Work has been praised by the moderators for being original, thorough and clearly meeting the requirements for the AQA specification.
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Architecture Extended Homework/class Project Worksheet

Architecture Extended Homework/class Project Worksheet

This is an extended homework piece that can be give out as a multi-homework. I usually set the homework at the beginning of a half term and collect it at the end of the half term. I have found the a really engaging homework for students and they enjoy being able to chose any building to be inspired by. This resources is fully editable.
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Surrealism Word Search- editable

Surrealism Word Search- editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
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Street Art Word Search- editable

Street Art Word Search- editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
theartllama
Renaissance Art Word Search -editable

Renaissance Art Word Search -editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
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Pop Art Word Search- editable

Pop Art Word Search- editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
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Impressionism Word Search- editable

Impressionism Word Search- editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
theartllama
Cubism Art Word Search- Editable

Cubism Art Word Search- Editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
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Modern Movements full project using Cupcakes

Modern Movements full project using Cupcakes

Students make a cupcake in each of the modern movement styles and make a cake stand at the end of the project. This is a set of powerpoints for each movern movement, Surrealism, Cubism, Expressionism, Neo-impressionism, Fauvism and Realism. It is a set of 8 lessons and then there is the Scheme of Work for the project. For each of the movements students learn a different technique: Surrealism- Splash Chance watercolour imaginary creature out of this to add to cupcake. Cubism - geometrical shapes to shade light to dark to create angular cupcake over a collage made of newspaper. Realism - Tonal realistic shading to capture 3D form. Expressionism-Black and white polyprint to capture the agitated marks of artists. Neo-Impressionism - using a stippling technique with paintbrush to capture fine mark-making. Fauvism- random use of arbitrary colour to capture the bright spontaneity of paint marks. At the end of the project students then choose a party theme and independently decorate their party plate with the cupcakes on this.
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ART 2018-19. Complete Art Curriculum and Support Resources

ART 2018-19. Complete Art Curriculum and Support Resources

New for 2018-19. Ideal for UK and US education systems. This massive art teaching resource is amazing for new Art teachers! This is the best selling art resource in the UK. Over 150 pages of linked art lesson plans which take students through a broad and balanced art curriculum. Each art lesson plan includes clear teacher guidance, materials list, health and safety, a student friendly support sheet and expected progress information. Updated to include 18 art image slideshows to inspire students, a step by step clay-work slideshow and a history of art support resource. I originally wrote this for my students in the UK, in a selective school that feeds Oxford and Cambridge. Students taught by me have become surgeons, doctors, architects and tv personalities, and all have been helped by their art education. My department has been nationally recognised as the best in the country. Check it out … it might really help! Includes a 40 image slideshow of example student work. Also includes a bonus resource - “101 Amazing Ideas for Art Lessons”. This is an “at a glance” resource for when you need ideas quickly! You will never run out of ideas again! Lessons in the Complete Art Curriculum are: Lesson 1 Tone Lesson 2 Observation Lesson 3 From observation to abstraction Lesson 4 Relief Lesson 5 Portraiture Lesson 6 Portraiture part 2 Lesson 7 Portraiture part 3 Lesson 8 Clay Lesson 9 Clay part 2 Lesson 10 Clay part 3 Lesson 11 Color Lesson 12 Color part 2 Lesson 13 Color part 3 Lesson 14 Three dimensional Lesson 15 Three dimensional part 2 Lesson 16 Three dimensional part 3 Lesson 17 Three dimensional part 4 Lesson 18 Human figure Lesson 19 Human figure part 2 Lesson 20 Human figure part 3 Lesson 21 Human figure part 4 Lesson 22 Architecture Lesson 23 Architecture part 2 Lesson 24 Architecture part 3 Lesson 25 Architecture part 4 Lesson 26 Color abstraction Lesson 27 Color abstraction part 2 Lesson 28 Color abstraction part 3 Lesson 29 Color abstraction part 4 Lesson 30 Masks Lesson 31 Masks part 2 Lesson 32 Masks part 3 Lesson 33 Masks part 4 Lesson 34 Dramatic landscapes Lesson 35 Dramatic landscapes part 2 Lesson 36 Dramatic landscapes part 3 Lesson 37 Abstract landscapes Lesson 38 Abstract landscapes part 2 Slideshows included cover the following themes: Autumn Birds Buildings Christmas Dramatic landscapes Fish Flowers Fungi Graffiti Insects Natural textures People Rust Sky Sea Trees Water Perspective Clay workshop 101 Amazing Ideas for Art Lessons
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Modern Art movements Project lesson 7 making a cupcake in a Neo-impressionist style

Modern Art movements Project lesson 7 making a cupcake in a Neo-impressionist style

This is a modern movements project where the students make cup-cakes in all the different Art isms. This powerpoint is making the cup-cake in a Neo-impressionist style using the point of a paint brush. Students study the Neo-impressionist style to start and then make their cupcake trying to capture the technical dots and stippling techniques and to get shadows by purring the dots together and using blue tones. This is part of a project where the students make cupcakes in all the different Modern movement styles: Cubism, Expressionism, Fauvism.etc. See the other powerpoints. Your Learning Objective was: To draw a detail of an Neo-impressionist work To describe the style of Neo -impressionism using key words. To write down when Neo-Impressionism occurred and who were the famous Neo-Impressionist artists To use a thin pointed paintbrush and to make your own dots like the impressionists, using a stippling technique in the style of the Neo-impressionists.
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RENE MAGRITTE - SURREALIST ARTIST - COMPLETE UNIT OF WORK

RENE MAGRITTE - SURREALIST ARTIST - COMPLETE UNIT OF WORK

This complete unit of work explores the life and work of Rene Magritte; a Belgium born Surrealist painter. As the pupils examine a range of his work they will learn more about the Surrealist movement. To further deepen their learning pupils are expected to respond on a personal level to his work using the vocabulary of the visual arts to express their observations. During the practical response, pupils will develop their artistic skills and processes using a variety of media to communicate meaning and intent. The unit of work contains an illustrated Power point presentation that is useful for whole class discussions relating to the ideals behind this movement. A chronology of Magritte’s life that includes points of interest to bring greater understanding of the man as an artist. There is also an array of creative tasks that focus on selected works of art for pupils to respond to in their own unique way. This unit of work is easily adapted to suit the needs of individual teachers. It can be covered in-depth over half a term or dipped-into as required. The Surrealist movement originally arose in response to the written word/poetry and as such Magritte’s work is a brilliant way to inspire creative/descriptive writing. The work produced in response to the chosen paintings [art or writing] is always remarkable and as unique as each pupil. All illustrations used have been tagged with Creative Commons licenses.
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Art and Design Project based on Food

Art and Design Project based on Food

A thorough and detailed Powerpoint covering all tasks with written instructions and visual references. This has been written to support a broad range of ability at GCSE standard.
HeidiWebb
Visual Arts Investigation Winter Scenes

Visual Arts Investigation Winter Scenes

This lesson is based on one activity from a three day creative arts workshop I designed to ground a study of the science of seasons and solstices in the creative process. It presents three paintings of winter scenes to the students and asks them to explore them in small groups, referring to the elements of art. This activity places the student in the audience role; a curriculum requirement. This is designed for Stage 3 and 4 students. Critical thinking is required in both the role of critic, and in the extension activity, in the role of artist. This lesson is designed for a 1 hour block but could be extended over 2-3 hours with the extension activity. With some preparation, it is an ideal lesson to leave for a casual relief teacher.
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Booklet for GCSE  Art students- fully editable

Booklet for GCSE Art students- fully editable

If you are looking for a detailed booklet to give students to help them through their GCSE Art exam and final year of coursework. Inside you will find: The assessment objectives explained Detailed checklist List of Artists Final exam poster Photographs of students work Calendar Final submission checklist
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The Secret Life of Objects - A Cross-curricular Creative Approach to Teaching and Learning

The Secret Life of Objects - A Cross-curricular Creative Approach to Teaching and Learning

A learning resource for teachers and educators which can be adapted for primary or secondary use and used across the curriculum with great results. This creative strategy has been devised for the Arts and Education Network: South East Wales by Karin Molson, Learning Manager at Monmouthshire Museums Service, Lucy-Ann Pickering, Learning Manager at The Royal Mint Museum, and Mark Batchelder , Learning Officer at The Winding House Museum. This pack aims to provide teachers with the following: – Stimulus to use and incorporate objects regularly into teaching and learning practice – A framework for the analysis of objects in museum and classroom contexts that does not rely on extensive subject knowledge – Creative techniques for critically looking and investigating objects including opportunities for sensory engagement – Bridging techniques to draw out the creative character of objects, either through mind mapping or character profiling – A range of potential creative outputs inspired by objects – A range of strategies/techniques for getting the most out of a museum visit or using objects in the classroom The Secret Life of Objects resource pack contains activity ideas for engaging with objects, an Object Investigation Framework (OIF), exemplars and ideas for creative outputs. The resource uses a simple step-by-step process that will lead you and your pupils from initial object engagement to creative activity.
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FORMAL ELEMENTS MIND MAP QUICK STUDENT PROMPT

FORMAL ELEMENTS MIND MAP QUICK STUDENT PROMPT

An aide memoire for students who need quick prompts for analysing work - especially Graphic Design - this can be printed A4 but best at A3 - I laminate the classroom copies. The areas are colour coded (ie Typography, Mood, Colour , composition ) to help guide the students visually. Hope this helps. I’ve found it really useful especially once the students have a grounding in analysis.
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Analysing Graphic Design - a student prompt sheet: detailed

Analysing Graphic Design - a student prompt sheet: detailed

Having found I accumulated lots of different sheets on analysis , I decided to produce this ONE , 2 paged document which is comprehensive and comprises all the context and formal element prompts. It can be used in class or independently & students will be able to access it at different levels depending on ability. It can be printed off at A4 or A3 , double sided or not & I laminate these for classroom copies. The image shows the Formal Elements side - detailing prompts for Composition, colour, line, shape, image, typography, emotional impact whilst the “Context” side gives prompts for the wider questions around a piece (time, artist, location, social , historical etc) along with explanations of different graphic formats.
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Vincent Van Gogh & Paul Gauguin Chairs Who sits in a chair like this?

Vincent Van Gogh & Paul Gauguin Chairs Who sits in a chair like this?

A pack containing classroom activity, worksheets, visual story & two large posters put into publisher ready for printing out and display in classroom. Excellent for class discussion as pupils can see and touch the large artworks and really get to feel for detail and look for clues. Activity includes labels which can be printed and used to lay down on the posters as part of a classroom discussion. Visual story details the stormy relationship between the two friends Paul Gauguin & Vincent Van Gogh, this has great potential to bring about excellent classroom discussion surrounding making and keeping friends. Worksheet includes faded versions of chair for pupils to draw over the top to design a chair based on their friends.
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Vincent Van Gogh Question sheet and extended drawing activities

Vincent Van Gogh Question sheet and extended drawing activities

This is a set of three resources looking at three of Vincent Van Goghs most famous paintings. Starry Night Sunflowers Wheatfield with Crows All include an information section to promote thinking skills for each painting and a question section to allow students to make and record an informed opinion on each painting & an extended drawing activity on each painting.
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Complete Hundertwasser workbook

Complete Hundertwasser workbook

Set of four resources packed with worksheets which together are a complete investigation of Hundertwassers work. Worksheets include Hundertwasser intrduction Interesting Hundertwasser facts Word bank comprehension activity Investigation and exploration of Hundertwasser symbols and meanings. Environmental stamp design based on Hundertwasser stamps. (excellent for Eco Schools activity) Famous building research Full terms work in worksheet from fully ready to photocopy and use in classroom. Practical and interactive tasks for classroom or use for homeworks as extension activities.
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Hundertwasser Environmental Stamp Design Activity & worksheet.

Hundertwasser Environmental Stamp Design Activity & worksheet.

This is a three page resource which guides students to think about various environmental issues and to design a stamp in Hundertwassers style, taking inspiration from Hundertwassers own stamp designs. There is a research page with some inspiration from Hundertwassers own stamps designs and a stamp template which the students can draw straight onto. Also included are a range of Environmental slogans which could be used to spark classroom discussions on Environmental issues as well as use in the creative designs. I have used this many times in school with some fabulous designs from the students.
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Vincent Van Gogh Wheatfield with Crows Question sheet & Extended Drawing

Vincent Van Gogh Wheatfield with Crows Question sheet & Extended Drawing

Two Page worksheet and activity based on Vincent Van Gogh Wheatfield with Crows. Excellent for use after discussion on painting as extension exercise for classroom based work including cover work. This can include a conversation starter around sensitive issues such as loneliness, isolation & suicide and mental illness. Page one includes general information about the painting and uses thinking skills to record the pupils thoughts about the painting. Page two is a simple extended drawing activity. I would normally blow the page up to A3 for use with oil pastels & watercolour paints
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Making two foldout booklets Elements of Art and Principles of Design

Making two foldout booklets Elements of Art and Principles of Design

These are homework tasks and should give you 12 weeks of homework tasks for students to make two booklets. Making a booklet on the elements of art and on principles of design. Understanding these key terms helps in enabling students to write about art and if this is completed at Key Stage 3 can be a real help at GCSE and A-level
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Famous Sculpture LOVE worksheets

Famous Sculpture LOVE worksheets

Art worksheets based on the famous LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana. Worksheets include information page and two worksheets. These sheets encourage students to see the links between colour theory and emotions. Students are encouraged to match emotions to the colours they ultimately use in their artwork, making for very personal outcome. \Sheets are excelent when enlarged to A3 size.
ladybugssloan
Effective Starters & Plenaries for Art and Design

Effective Starters & Plenaries for Art and Design

I have created a huge PowerPoint presentation with over 45 starter or plenary activities for your art classes. The activities are all art-related and can be used in KS3 or KS4 art lessons, either as entry tasks, starters, plenaries or exit questions. Sometimes I put the question on the board at the start of the lesson then come back to it at the end. The slides are made up of questions, challenges, thought prompts, image analysis, riddles, true or false competitions, thunks and more. Some are very general so can be used across any class or topic, and some are more specific and related to different art movements - for example, Pop Art or Graffiti. You can use the slides to generate discussion or have students discuss things in groups/pairs etc. I have made them to be as adaptable to your lessons/teaching as possible.
gthomasart
Designing a clay tile Friedensreich Hundertwasser: style for relief: own architecture design develop

Designing a clay tile Friedensreich Hundertwasser: style for relief: own architecture design develop

This is Powerpoint Two and is part of a Scheme where students firstly learn to draw a sphere (pebble drawing Powerpoint One) then this is followed up by this powerpoint which is to design an architectural relief using Hundertwasser as inspiration. In this Powerpoint there are examples of Hundertwasser and some information on his background and his beliefs. Students are given opportunities to look at his style in comparison to other artists and then to describe his particular style. There are also then some pictures of buildings and students are asked to stylise these into a Hundertwasser design. Learning Objectives To complete an artist study and an artist study with your own design interpretation. To practise watercolour techniques and pencil crayons interpret artist study in the observation To plan a design for sculpture clay tile This does is then used to make a relief sculpture in clay - see Powerpoint Three
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Elements of Art Foldout booklet homework tasks: 6 tasks and front cover year 7

Elements of Art Foldout booklet homework tasks: 6 tasks and front cover year 7

This is a homework task for 6 weeks. Students to be given a strip of paper and fold this into 8 sections. On the end two folds students make a front cover. There is a You tube video link to this project. In the six sections in the middle of the fold out paper there are 6 tasks for each of the elements of art. Line, Shape, Colour, Texture, Space and Value. Students on the one side of the fold out write information about the element and on the other side students are to do a drawing of the element as a creative homework task. This is a fun project and the outcomes are successful.
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GCSE course summary sheet: CRIB sheet 2 pages : Objectives/Writing frames/Evaluation/Composition

GCSE course summary sheet: CRIB sheet 2 pages : Objectives/Writing frames/Evaluation/Composition

This is for your Year 10 GCSE group and gives a summary of the GCSE course in two sheets. It is a very helpful sheet summarising each objective and the requirements and the amount of pages that are needed in your sketchbook. There is also the writing framework required for artist analysis - objective one. There is also a brief outline of the principles of design and what students need to look for. Also there are helpful questions to help students evaluate their outcomes. A must for GCSE Art and Design!!
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Polyprint project A-Z nature Angie Mitchell Ernst Haeckel- KS3 class fabric wall hanging

Polyprint project A-Z nature Angie Mitchell Ernst Haeckel- KS3 class fabric wall hanging

This is a key stage 3 project where students do a polyprint on fabric using printing inks. This is a short 6 week project but could be developed to incorporate embellishments and sewing skills to fabric. I did this with year 8 and it took 6 weeks. Student enjoyed the outcome and it could have been made into a cushion for each student but we made a class fabric wall hanging. (There is a second Powerpoint in a Bundle which has all the pictures used for students to work from - A-Z of nature pictures) Artists used: Angie Mitchell and Ernst Haeckel Resources required Polyprint blocks Printing ink Rollers Tables to roll out on Fabric square per child Paper for test prints Research sheet for drawings and artist research. Project schedule 6 weeks The resources for the students to work from. Each student chooses what they would like to draw. The steps to take while making the print and examples of student’s outcome. Students begin by researching Angie Mitchell and Ernst Haeckel and make up a sheet with these two artists and their drawings. The drawings they do of one of the pictures of the slide pictures of animals and bits of nature from A-Z. Students choose which animal or fish or plant they would like to draw. Students spend time doing a detailed drawing and design a border pattern for this work in black and white. Success criteria of drawings To use fine lines and to capture quality detail To concentrate on negative and positive shapes To develop a border pattern from nature around the drawing To try to layer up your drawing with foreground and background shapes The students drawings are then photo-copied and transferred to the polyprint block. Students use the photocopy to press through onto polyboard. The students are given a square and a strip of polyprintboard . Students first of all experiment printing on paper with their design and border. Students can do a black and white print or do a polyprint print of two colours overlaying their inks. The slide presentation gives you also opportunities for reflection and evaluation of outcome at the end. I have presented my artists in my book I have compared the works of 2 nature artists I have written a short paragraph on the style of artists I have a careful line drawing of my subject I have created my own artwork based on my research of subject colour I have a plan for my print design and have written about relief printing I have tested working with polyprints Student outcome is a wall-hanging and we sewed all the students outcomes together to make a fabric collage of squares.
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Van Gogh Mark making 1

Van Gogh Mark making 1

This is a complete lesson and is part of year 7 art scheme of work on the formal elements. It also introduces students to the work of Vincent Van Gogh. It also includes a slide of the main task and a literacy tasks for students to complete as a starter and a plenary
Cheltenham48
The life and work of Vincent Van Gogh - Reading Comprehension - Informational Text / Biography

The life and work of Vincent Van Gogh - Reading Comprehension - Informational Text / Biography

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for beginner to proficient ESL learners. The text describes the life and work of the post-impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh, After carefully reading the text / biography, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including rue or False exercises, a fill-in-the-gaps exercise, a match the painting exercise and a fun crossword. This worksheet can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key is included.
MariaPht