A Pop Art starter worksheet using Onomatopoeia - inspired by Roy Lichtenstein.

To be used within Pop Art module and or/ illustration scheme of work.
Suitable for Years 7& 8.
Differentiate with example templates with words missing and resource sheets with simple logo drawings to draw from.
Cross curricular content opportunities with English.

**Easy pencil line drawing 10/15 min challenge using Onomatopoeia. **

Great to start off discussing the term - opening with Onomatopoeia on the board and pupils discussing examples, generating ideas.
A starter exercise template sheet which should be followed with a show and tell or peer assessment for NEXT STEP FEEDBACK OR EBI and WWW.

This then leads into a main drawing exercise where pupils develop their design with feedback into fully coloured piece. Colours to be inspired by Roy Lichtenstein Primary and Secondary solid colours.

Opportunity to reinstate learning on Lichtenstein pieces using Onomatopeia her i.e Whaam! 1963 Roy Lichtenstein.

Students will be able to:

  1. Recognize characteristics of the Pop Art Movement, particularly the work of artist Roy Lichtenstein
  2. Define the literary element Onomatopoeia
  3. Create a piece of art inspired by the Pop Art movement using an onomatopoeia.
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Created: May 21, 2019

Updated: Jun 5, 2019

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