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A Level Art essay - a good example to show

A Level Art essay - a good example to show

A nicely constructed essay on "Structures and Abstraction" to show students beginning the written element of their personal Investigation with a good mix of research and gallery visits to inform the personal response. The student uses quotation well to set up opportunities to comment and develop ideas further, supported by examples of their own work. Also includes the student's own photos of work seen in galleries such as the Mondrian on this cover image.

By ArtThinking

Photography Careers Guide

Photography Careers Guide

This PowerPoint covers lots of different aspects of photography careers, from types of jobs to portfolios to potential wages. Clear information with some diagrams and visuals to support further. suitable for GCSE and A-level students.

By ArtAndPhotography

Photograph Analysis Table

Photograph Analysis Table

This table structures the analysis of an individual photograph through the use of various prompt questions and scaffolds. Ideal for A-level students, and for pushing GCSE students to work at a higher level.

By ArtAndPhotography

How to experiment in photography

How to experiment in photography

A visual flow diagram for students to use to help them structure their experiments with links to photographers. It clarifies how to use photographers to inspire their experiments, with a focus on supporting them with refining their ideas to get the best marks in AO2. Written for GCSE but I've also used it with A-level, early on in the course with students that are new to the subject.

By ArtAndPhotography

AO1 - How to analyse a photographer

AO1 - How to analyse a photographer

A clear presentation that encourages students to be analytical to support their marks in AO1 when discussing the work of a photographer. Lots of prompt questions to help them structure their written analysis and to help them take inspiration from the artist. I wrote it for A-level but have also used it with GCSE Photography students to encourage a higher standard of work.

By ArtAndPhotography

Rapunzel Clip Art

Rapunzel Clip Art

Product Description This Fairy tale set contains 48 original artwork image files, which includes 21 color images All images are transparent 300dpi png for better scaling and printing. * Rapunzel long hair - 4 versions * Rapunzel braided hair * Handsome prince 7 * Witch - 2 * Rapunzel in the tower 8 * Braid -4 * Bow 5 * Double rose - 5 * Rose - 5 * Magic wand - 1 * Apple tree * Clouds - 4 * Mirror - 5 * Twirly bow - 10 Terms of Use: The clip art may be used in educational commercial products. All images must be secured in a pdf file if you're using the images in products you sell (distribute). Smart Board and PowerPoint uses are fine in commercial products as long as the image is flattened as part of a background and not loose in the file. Personal classroom use: The images may be used in lessons, activities, SMART board or PowerPoint lessons/activities that are not distributed or sold. Commercial credit is required Internet/Web Site/Blog Usage and Design: Images may not be displayed in blog posts, websites, or anywhere on the Internet in their original form. ** Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions Original Illustrations © KatQatResources

By KatQatresources

Georges Seurat, A Sunday on the Le Grande Jatte, Emotional Intelligence.

Georges Seurat, A Sunday on the Le Grande Jatte, Emotional Intelligence.

This is a large nine page document with lots of worksheets aimed at discussion surrounding the painting of 'A Sunday on the Grande Jatte' by Georges Seurat. There is a question and answer sheet focusing on the emotions displayed in painting, relaxed calm etc. Useful website including links to video clips and information useful in a classroom discussion. A focused drawing page A internet guided research frame. a selection of drawing frames suitable for all abilities. A few weeks work or excellent a sub cover work or homework or extension activities.

By ladybugssloan

Rooms and doors maze game

Rooms and doors maze game

Maze game: Enter the door 1. Get out of the maze through the door 2. Answer included. Files: high res RGB JPEG for crisp and clear printing or displaying. Keywords: room, rooms, door, doors, maze, mazes, game, puzzle, labyrinth, puzzles, page, activity, sheet, find, search, seek, way, path, visual, riddle, riddles, fun, colourful, locked, closed, opened, activities, sheet, page.

By ratselmeister

Metals Sculpture Project

Metals Sculpture Project

This resource includes 8 lessons in PowerPoint for a Metals Sculpture Project. There is also extra resources linked to lesson topics included. This project has been taught to Y9 with the aim of increasing knowledge about metals and how to work with metals, cutting, shaping, joining & finishing. The project starts off with students investigating & designing with the aim of preparing students for GCSE Design & Technology. Metals knowledge is also beneficial for GCSE Engineering & future technical awards.

By Smcgoldrick24

Guidance on visual mindmaps (art and photography)

Guidance on visual mindmaps (art and photography)

A simple resource that supports students when mindmapping in art or photography. It breaks down the mindmap visually, giving prompts on what to include in order for a mindmap to be purposeful. Can be used as a slide on the board or printed as a colourful worksheet.

By ArtAndPhotography

GCSE Photography checklist

GCSE Photography checklist

This checklist lists all of the tasks that I expect all students to complete for a GCSE Photography project. It is colour coded linked to the AOs, features clear success criteria for each task, and offers a 'going for gold' extension to push the higher ability students. A really good resource for encouraging students to work independently, as well as for reference when structuring their projects.

By ArtAndPhotography

David Bailey portrait photography task

David Bailey portrait photography task

Written to follow a David Bailey lesson, this worksheet gives students tips for lighting portraits and ideas for facial expressions, then lists the things to think about during a practical photography lesson when taking photos in the style of the photographer.

By ArtAndPhotography