Graffiti Art- Creative Activities and Street Art DiscussionsQuick View

Graffiti Art- Creative Activities and Street Art Discussions

Graffiti art tasks for Year 8-9. Includes: pencil shading, outlining, tag names, stencils, oil pastel prints and lots of opportunities for imaginative personal responses. References to Banksy, Blec Le Rat and lots of links to amazing YouTube time-lapse videos! I have attached the resources I put together myself but I mostly used a variety of high quality Graffiti Art books as secondary sources for the students. A BIT ABOUT MY PRESENTATIONS... Most of my PowerPoints and resources were created in my NQT year and have been tweaked and adapted after 3 years of trial, error, experimentation and success. I love a good PowerPoint. It's my scheme of work; lesson planner; discussion starter; step-by-step instructor; inspiration presentation. Take a look at my free resources to get an idea of the quality you can expect. All of my presentations are visually engaging with lots of artist inspiration and student examples. The text is dyslexia friendly with clear fonts (it's Comic Sans, but you'll get over it) and key words are highlighted. Learning objectives and outcomes are explicit and easy to understand. Enjoy!
hollymustill
Blooms Taxonomy For ArtQuick View

Blooms Taxonomy For Art

I have rewritten Blooms Taxonomy for art. The questions are now art specific. This one page resource is essential for higher order questioning, brilliant for differentiation. This is great for your department handbook! This is fantastic if you want to use questioning in an observed lesson. Why not attach this to your lesson plan? Take a look at my 'Art Questioning and Literacy Bundle' by clicking on the link below, which also contains my Blooms Art Question Cards. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Art Questioning & Literacy Bundle.Quick View

Art Questioning & Literacy Bundle.

Save over 50% on this five resource bundle which features some of my most popular resources: 'Talking About Art' starter activity. This is a placemat which gets your students talking about any artwork using sentence starters. Blooms Taxonomy was used to create this mat and so is great for all learners. The 'Art & Design Glossary' is a simple and easy way to incorporate literacy into your lessons and evidence it for inspection. Blooms Taxonomy For Art has been developed to make questioning subject specific for art. This is great for your handbook, great when planning or just to pick up and glance at when questioning a class. Blooms Taxonomy for Art Question Cards - let your students do the work! Distribute these cards to students and let them come up with their own questions to ask themselves or each other. The 'Writing About Art Literacy mat' encourages students to write a sentence about each of the given categories. An example is also included on the mat. All these resources will help you to easily include and evidence literacy in your art lessons. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Christmas Art - AngelsQuick View

Christmas Art - Angels

A ‘Fun with a Ruler’ art project for your students to complete during the Christmas season. There are 3 different templates to create 3 slightly different angels. This project involves your students ruling straight lines between 2 dots on a template. When they have finished drawing all of the lines they can give the head some detail (hair, eyes, mouth, etc) and give their artwork some colour. Included: ♦ 3x templates – black dots ♦ 3x examples – black/white ♦ 3 x instructions ♦ Teacher notes Level of Difficulty: Your students need to be able to use a ruler to draw straight lines between 2 points (the curves are made with straight lines … it’s like magic!). The designs can look more complicated than they actually are. Concentration is required, but the actual process is not difficult. Instructions: Simple, clear, easy-to-follow instructions are provided. One instruction per page (image and a sentence). Display the instructions via a data projector if you have access to one. Otherwise print and enlarge them and/or demonstrate on an enlarged template. Equipment: You need a ruler and a pen (black works best). Something to colour with (eg coloured pencils, watercolours, felt tip markers, chalk pastels, dye, etc) Keywords: parabolic curves, math, geometry, patterns, string art, Xmas © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Le Septieme Art/ 7eme Art/ cinema - AS French- FULL TOPICQuick View

Le Septieme Art/ 7eme Art/ cinema - AS French- FULL TOPIC

In this bundle: 1. Le septième art- transition lessons 2. Pourquoi le septième art? 3. Les grandes lignes 4. une passion nationale each part includes: PPT presentation of approx. 40 slides (with some answer slides): speaking, reading, listening, writing activities, video comprehensions, vocab tests, homework tasks, translations English to French and French to English, link to vocab learning course. Activities are differentiated Each parts are also available individually for £3 each . Click on preview to see more
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Art Peer Assessment | Art CritiqueQuick View

Art Peer Assessment | Art Critique

A great document for students to mark and assess their peer's artwork. Add one of these to the end of an art project to help your students better understand their successes. Could also be used to assess artwork during museum/gallery trips! This download includes one full page of guided comments intended for marking significant projects. Illustrated by Lauren Little | @artoflol (one-sided printable) www.FeedingStickFigures.com
Feeding_Stick_Figures
Art. AQA GCSE Art Exam 2018 Support ResourcesQuick View

Art. AQA GCSE Art Exam 2018 Support Resources

Be ready for January Exam paper handout! This fully editable document provides a support framework for students as they start developing preparatory work for the Component 2 Externally Set Task 2018. Equally suited for use with all endorsements - Art and Design, Applied, Fine art, Graphic Communication, Textile Design, Three-Dimensional Design and Photography. The document encourages students to address all four Assessment Objectives as they develop their ideas. It also sets out a week by week plan for the development of work. The plan, like everything else can be edited if necessary to suit the needs of your students. Also includes a printable Art Analysis prompt sheet to help students analyse the work of recognised artists, a guide to developing a sketchbook and a printable guide to the main periods in Art History. Please note: The exam questions are not reproduced within these documents as this would contravene Ofqual regulations. This document provides a framework / schedule which will allow students to develop work effectively irrespective of the question chosen.
StartEducation
PERSONALITY SWIRLS -  COMPLETE ART  LESSON FOR A NEW CLASSQuick View

PERSONALITY SWIRLS - COMPLETE ART LESSON FOR A NEW CLASS

A Complete ART lesson, which includes a detailed PPT, resources and planning. The lesson is designed to help you get to know your class, whilst creating a fantastic display for the wall (ideal for the start of the year) Ideal for KS2/3 Please leave feedback.
Raphella
GCSE Art Analysis and Annotation guide sheetsQuick View

GCSE Art Analysis and Annotation guide sheets

Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece of extended writing. Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats. Please leave feedback if you found this resource helpful! Happy Teaching :)
RND86
GCSE Art and Design infographic - assessment objectivesQuick View

GCSE Art and Design infographic - assessment objectives

A student friendly infographic to guide students through producing an exam or coursework project that meets the assessment objective criteria. A pdf file which can be printed as a bookmark or larger for display in the classroom. A successful way to break down the GCSE assessment objectives for students and get them taking responsibility for making sure their project covers all aspects.
amimamim
Star Art - using parabolic curvesQuick View

Star Art - using parabolic curves

Fun With Lines. Templates to create 4, 5, 6 and 8 point stars. Draw straight lines connecting the dots on the templates and curves will magically appear … such fun! (Parabolic Curves). Included: ♦ 4x student templates – 4, 5, 6 and 8 point stars ♦ Example stars ♦ Easy-to-follow instructions (with images) The Process: ♦ Draw the lines. ♦ Colour your artwork. ♦ Cut the artwork out around the circle. ♦ Display the stars. The Instructions: I have provided 7 steps to complete the artwork. Each step is on one page with concise instructions and an image. Print them out or display via a data projector – a great way for your students to self-check and manage their own learning. (Plus it will save you from having to answer millions of “Is this right?” questions!) The Practise Part: At the bottom of each template there is a section to practise ruling the lines and getting the hang of making parabolic curves before attempting it on the actual template. The artwork looks tricky …. but it is actually very simple! Skill enhancement: ruling straight lines with precision. Keywords: parabolic curves, string art, line art, geometry, math, ruler, straight lines, star, space, galaxy, © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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GCSE Art Textiles GuideQuick View

GCSE Art Textiles Guide

I have moved from AQA DT Textiles to Art Textiles ( OCR) I produced this guide for students ( and myself as I found the course very open compared to the DT version I am used to!) they work through it and tick off elements as they go in each section. It is divided into the 4 sections of the exam board ( Research, development, practical, evaluation) and each page can also be used as objectives on the board for the teacher, which links well to the booklet. I also have a project 2 portfolio ( very similar you may not need both) but includes topics from previous examination papers and two booklets for year 9 to access which is a watered down/ easier to access version of this booklet. Please do have a look at all and see which is the best fit for you!
adele1818
ART. Complete Key Stage 3 ART CURRICULUM. Updated for 2017-18.Quick View

ART. Complete Key Stage 3 ART CURRICULUM. Updated for 2017-18.

38 Art lessons for Key Stage 3. Over 150 pages of linked lesson plans which take students through a broad and balanced art curriculum from the start of Year 7 to the end of Year 9. Each lesson plan includes clear teacher guidance, materials list, health and safety, a student friendly support sheet and expected progress information. Updated to include 18 image slideshows to inspire students, a step by step clay-work slideshow and a history of art support resource. 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 Colour Lesson 12 Colour part 2 Lesson 13 Colour 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 Colour abstraction Lesson 27 Colour abstraction part 2 Lesson 28 Colour abstraction part 3 Lesson 29 Colour 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 Thank you for looking at our resource. If you do buy, please leave feedback because we really want this to be as good as possible and we value your feedback.
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Art - Silhouettes (three lessons)Quick View

Art - Silhouettes (three lessons)

I made and taught these Art lessons alongside our class Victorians topic, helping children to understand why silhouette artwork became popular in the Victorian period, how silhouettes are made and identifying everyday objects by their silhouettes. The first lesson is an introduction, as described above. The task gets children to match images of everyday objects with its silhouette. The second lesson gets children to work in small groups to sketch their portrait silhouette outlines using torches and pencils. The third lesson brings a modern twist to the portrait silhouette, by getting children to fill their portrait not with solid black, but with drawings and colour linked to their own personality (which could be linked to Mindfulness in PHSE).
stephgrimes86
Math Art – Parabolic Curves - PinwheelQuick View

Math Art – Parabolic Curves - Pinwheel

A ‘Fun with a Ruler’ math/art project that uses parabolic curves to make an interesting ‘pinwheel’ design. This project involves your students ruling straight lines between 2 dots on a template. When they have finished drawing all of the lines they can give their artwork some colour. Included: ♦ Template (black or grey dots) ♦ Example ♦ Instructions ♦ Teacher Notes There are 2 different templates to choose from. One of them is more suitable for older students as more care needs to be taken in ‘congested’ areas of the design. The designs are the same (one just has more dots/lines). Level of Difficulty: Your students need to be able to use a ruler to draw straight lines between 2 points (the curves are made with straight lines … it’s like magic!). The designs can look more complicated than they actually are. Concentration is required, but the actual process is not difficult. Instructions: Simple, clear, easy-to-follow instructions are provided. One instruction per page (image and a sentence). Display the instructions via a data projector if you have access to one. Otherwise print and enlarge them and/or demonstrate on an enlarged template. Equipment: You need a ruler and a pen (black works best). Something to colour with (eg coloured pencils, watercolours, felt tip markers, chalk pastels, dye, etc) Size: The design is 17.5cm x 17.5cm. Designed on A4 size paper. Keywords: string art, math, geometry, patterns, parabolic curves © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Aboriginal Art Year 7Quick View

Aboriginal Art Year 7

Worksheet, images, PowerPoint and Lesson Plan for Aboriginal Art scheme of Work for year 7. Can be easily adapted for other year groups.
kirstyhuff
Shapes and Patterns in Islamic ArtQuick View

Shapes and Patterns in Islamic Art

Using Islamic Art as a basis to learning shapes and what you can do with those shapes. A cross-curricular lesson for teachers who wish to inspire children with geometry within a cultural contact that may be different from their own. Religion, art and maths combined into one lesson. With lots of PDF activity sheets to use and various ideas for activities and displays.
graceselousbull
Maori Art WorksheetQuick View

Maori Art Worksheet

Great for Primary or KS3 Students. Could be used in a project, for a cover lesson, homework/extension task.
RND86