A workbook to teach learners and prompt difficult conversation about art, race & anti-racism. For senior secondary students. Within this resource: Indigenous Australian Art What is racism? Artist: David Hammons Artist: Banksy Artist: Mark Bradford What is Black Lives Matter? Creating a meaningful poster Tasks include creative, research, discussion and practical tasks.
This lesson comes with a video as well as digital & printable PDFs, which include an artist narrative and brief history, artwork examples, ideas starters and easy to follow step-by-step instructions for an activity of which you can work on from home. This at-home workshop helps learners to understand theories surrounding shapes in a fun and practical way.
70 Page Elements Of Art Booklet Bundle | Shape, Texture, Line, Form, Space, Colour & Value Learn about the elements of art inspired by historical, modern & contemporary artists: Learn about the element space inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci Learn about the element texture inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, Jeannie Baker & Ugo Rondinone. Learn about the element line inspired by Ellsworth Kelly. Learn about the element form inspired by Caspar Fairhill. Learn about the element shape inspired by Henri Matisse. Learn about the element value (tone) inspired by Diana Boulay Learn about the element colour inspired by Wassily Kandinsky Comes with practical activities & colouring & activity pages learners can work on from home.
The downloadable textiles based lesson comes with digital & printable PDFs, which include an artist narrative and brief history, artwork examples, ideas starters and easy to follow step-by-step instructions for an Art activity of which you can work on from home. Also comes with quick guided videos for practical activities and Art History worksheets.
Introduction To Media for Secondary Learners: Graphics (Film Poster & Poster Design), Website Production, Digital Photography & Branding Bundle. Full year of Media planned for Secondary learners
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma:Creative Digital Media: Unit 12 Website Production - LOA, LOB & LOC. 95 pages - Fully planned - All learning & Assessment LOA: Learning aim In this unit you will: Understand the codes and conventions of website production What is website production? What are the different purposes of a website? What is a target audience? Common components of a web page Understanding the requirements of user experience & expectation Brand Identity Web accessibility Interactive content Assessment LOB: Learning aim In this unit you will: Prepare materials for website production What are website assets? Primary & secondary assets Legally sourcing secondary assets Website assets - problem based task 1 Website assets - problem based task 2 Assessment LOC: Learning aim In this unit you will: Produce a website for a specific purpose and audience.
A poster for children about keeping yourself safe and healthy during the pandemic.
68 Page Ultimate Art From Home Book | Colouring, Practical & Theoretical Art Learning From home At home? No worries! The Art & Craft Hut have designed a downloadable and printable (A3/A4) book that teaches learners about how artists from different movements & periods, created Art from home. This activity book includes mindfulness colouring, practical activities and information about artists. The themes include: My Bed: Did you know your possessions, room & even bed tells a story about you? Learn about Tracey Emin’s autobiographical artwork & create a bed ‘self-portrait.’ Out The Window: Brett Whiteley & Henri Matisse created artwork from what they saw outside their window. Students will create paintings, drawings & collages of what they can see from outside their window use the colour palettes created by the artists! In The Garden: Some famous gardens in Art history must include Claude Monet’s & Frida Kahlo’s! Both artists were inspired by what they found in their garden. Students will create flower crown portraits & observe light & colour as is changes in their garden. Create Linear Perspective House Drawings: To create realistic looking house exteriors, artists must use linear perspective. This was invented in the Renaissance period by Leonardo Da Vinci. Students will learn how to draw houses that look like they are popping out of the paper (three-dimensional). In The Kitchen: Stocked up on food? Great! Learn about how James Rosenquist, Giuseppe Arcimboldo & Victoria Reynolds create artwork with the subject matter ‘food from home.’ Students will do some observational drawing of what they find around the kitchen.
Activities to promote good mental health & wellbeing in young people What is gratitude? Gratitude is one of many positive emotions. It’s about focusing on what’s good in our lives and being thankful for the things we have. Gratitude is pausing to notice and appreciate the things that we often take for granted, like having a place to live, food, clean water, friends, family, even computer access. It’s taking a moment to reflect on how fortunate we are when something good happens — whether it’s a small thing or a big thing. We can use lots of words to describe feelings of gratitude: We might say we feel thankful, lucky, fortunate, humbled, or blessed. Why gratitude matters Gratitude doesn’t just feel good. Making a habit of gratitude can also be good for us. Like other positive emotions, feeling grateful on a regular basis can have a big effect on our lives. Brain research shows that positive emotions are good for our bodies, minds, and brains. “Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one.” – C.S. Lewis Hugs relieve stress & pain Hugging often creates a feeling of calmness and relaxation. That’s because of oxytocin, which is sometimes called the “cuddle hormone.” Oxytocin is released when people or pets snuggle up or bond socially. This release can have a domino effect throughout the body and has been found to: -Reduce inflammation. -Improve wound healing. -Lower heart rate and stress. Goal setting Goals Can: -Improve self-image -Increase awareness of one’s strengths -Prove an experience of success -Facilitate effective visualisation -Encouraging prioritisation -Define reality and separating it from wishful thinking -Builds responsibility for one’s self -Improving decision making 40 yoga moves to try at home
Responding To A Commission (Moving Image) | Rationale, Pitch, Proposal & Treatment (Script/Storyboard) 37 Page Workbook Students will learn how to respond to a media commission. Appropriate for BTEC Creative Digital Media Production (Unit 8). They will learn about the structure & process of a Rationale, Pitch, Proposal & Treatment (Script/Storyboard).
67 Page Introduction To Digital Photography Workbook/Portfolio | Printable & Digital Appropriate for BTEC, A Level, GCSE Curriculum & at home learning What is Digital Photography? What are the benefits of Digital Photography? Camera Components Exposure Lighting File storage – file formats Reading Images (photographs) Framing Photography techniques Target audience Brief Creating ideas in relation to a brief Taking images in response to a brief
Amedeo Modigliani | Practical Portrait Task | Portrait Proportion | Appropriate For At Home Learning
We have recieved many requests for at home Art workshops for students with very limited resources. This portrait proportion lesson inspired by the work of Amedeo Modigliani can be completed with whatever drawing materials students have at home. This includes pencils, paint, crayons or the lesson could even be collaged using old magazines. The lesson includes a worksheet, video, artist narrative, learning about portrait & artwork proportions, step by step instructions & possible final outcome.
Discussing Coronavirus (COVID19) With Children Don’t be afraid to talk about the coronavirus. Most children would have heard about the virus or seen people wearing masks. This is your opportunity to keep them informed and set the tone.
Create artworks in a range of media inspired by modern & historical artists. Learn about colour with Wassily Kandinsky. Create a jungle artwork from home with Henri Rousseau. Learn & break the rules of proportional portraiture with Amedeo Modigliani. Sew & stitch your favourite food with Lucy Sparrow. Create found object portraits with Giuseppe Arcimboldo. Draw with scissors with Henri Matisse. (Video preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgbHiOynBxY&feature=youtu.be)
9 Page Art Book | COLLAGE, PHOTO MONTAGE AND DIGITAL COLLAGE | Appropriate for Distance Teaching In this booklet learners will be creating your own collage, photomontage or digital collage.
Pearson BTEC Level 3 Nationals- Creative Digital Media Production- Unit 3: Digital Media Skills Exam
This booklet contains learning material for the completion of the preparatory work and activities for the set task for Unit 3: Digital Media Skills exam. ABOUT UNIT THREE EXAM: The assessment period lasts eight weeks and comprises: 5 hours for Activity 1 under supervised conditions 15 hours for Activity 2 under supervised conditions. **The best performing learners clearly used the preparatory period to: research their chosen theme develop a good understanding of relevant codes and conventions explore how the client’s specific requirements have been used in existing media products gather a range of assets/material from secondary sources **Specific marking guidance: The marking grids have been designed to assess learner work holistically. Rows within the grids identify the assessment focus/outcome being targeted. When using a marking grid, the ‘best fit’ approach should be used. ● Examiners should first make a holistic judgement on which band most closely matches the learner response and place it within that band. Learners will be placed in the band that best describes their answer. ● The mark awarded within the band will be decided based on the quality of the answer in response to the assessment focus/outcome and will be modified according to how securely all bullet points are displayed at that band. ● Marks will be awarded towards the top or bottom of that band depending on how they have evidenced each of the descriptor bullet points. **Formal supervision is the equivalent of examination conditions. Learners must work independently, cannot work with other learners, cannot talk about their work to other learners and will only be able to access the materials specified in the assessment. **Independent preparation is required in this assessment so that learners are able to source assets for their product. Centres need to make provision for this preparation using scheduled lessons and ensuring that learners have access to information and equipment that may be required. Learners should be working independently rather than being taught or directed. **Monitored preparation is provided when learners produce materials that are used in any formally supervised session. This includes notes, artefacts, assets, plans etc. as specified in the sample assessment. Monitored sessions are where learners are being directly observed. They may have, where specified, access to their own outcomes from preparation, access to the internet and use of appropriate resources. Learners are working independently and teachers/tutors will be able to authenticate that the outcomes for formal assessment meet the requirements and are authentic. At the end of the monitored preparation, centres will retain the assets which will be provided to learners during the formal supervised assessment.
BTEC Level 3-Extended Diploma in Creative Media Practice: Digital Photography-A1: Skills Development
90 page booklet - AC1: Informing ideas: Skills for informing development of ideas and outcomes as they evolve and progress. A1.1 Explore and develop investigation skills for informing ideas A1.2 Explore and develop problem solving skills A1.3 Explore and develop creative technical skills A1.4 Explore and develop professional skills and behaviours A1.5 Explore and develop communication skills Covered: What is Digital Photography? What are the benefits of Digital Photography? Explore and develop investigation skills for informing ideas: Research Target audience Reading photographs Camera Components Exposure Lighting Framing Black & white photography Monochromatic photography File storage: file formats Experimental photography What is a client ? Developing ideas in relation to a brief Responding to a brief
14 Art Primary Worksheets | Analysis, Portfolio Planning, Review, Art Movement, Mediums & Critiques Art review: Art Critics know a lot about art, and it’s their job to analyze a piece of artwork. People often agree with their opinions, but not all the time. That’s because we all have different ideas when it comes to art, even you! Try being an art critic! Art Around the World: As we celebrate different cultures around the world, let’s take a closer look at their artwork. Choose one of the countries and artworks we discussed in class. My Favorite Art Movement: Among the different art movements we spoke about in class, which one was the most interesting for you? Mix of mediums: In the boxes below, use the materials indicated to create your own series of artworks. Art Critique: What are the things you see in the artwork? What kinds of lines, shapes, or colors get your attention? Landscape Art: Start by choosing a colour for your background. Let your background dry. Dip your other materials in paint. Use the twigs and leaves to make patterns or create a forest full of trees. From Classic to Contemporary: Choose one of the classical portraits. Recreate the painting by updating it for modern times. Apply contemporary artistic movements and techniques using different materials of your choice. My Famous Masterpiece: Using the materials provided to you, draw your own version of the famous masterpiece. My Masterpiece: A planning worksheet for your final project. Pop Art Grid Challenge: Print out 1 artwork by either Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, or Keith Haring. Draw a 5x5 grid on your photo. Using the materials you have, try to recreate the piece on the grid below by drawing one square at a time. Artist’s muse: People say that artists have muses who inspire them to create their work and fill them with a passion for artistic pursuits. Find 5 images of people, photos, or things that became your reference or source of inspiration. My Portfolio Planner: To help you curate your artworks and build your class portfolio. Mixing Colours: There are 3 primary colors, mixing them together creates new colors called secondary colors! Try mixing them with paint and see what colors you get.
This resource will teach students about what the Black Lives Matter movement is, what racism is and what racism may look like. The resource is also meant to inspire young activists with words from Nelson Mandela, Anäis Nin, Robert Ingersoll, Elizabeth Gilbert and Maya Angelou. Additional Black Lives Matter resource can be found here: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/black-art-matters-black-lives-matter-anti-racist-art-resource-for-secondary-learners-12330969]