4x Assessment Objective posters with a checklist in easy to understand langauge for students to use to help with progress in each of the AO’s
Wording use is related to the EDEXCEL spec however checklists are transferable to all exam boards.
Posters created using a vector based programme and will print in high quality from A4 to poster size.
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A set of four slides developed from the ‘Thinking Hard’ resources specifically for Art.
Above and Beyond – can you work independently?
Inspire students to work independently through a series of tasks that build from knowledge and understanding to analysis and application to flexibility of thinking.
Maximize the progress of students learning
Students have leadership of actions to maximize the progress they make with their project
Gain clear knowledge and an understanding of your learning skills and understanding
Challenge for all students
Record progress and development of identified skills through the personalised learning checklist
Clear strategies to help students improve and make the progress we know they are capable of
This comprehensive product contains the topics in bookmark form for a variety of writing strategies. These bookmarks will follow your curriculum throughout the school year, will help your students’ become independent readers and writers, and will help you evaluate their progress throughout the school year.
This product contains the following bookmarks for your Language Arts students:
Bookmark for Understanding the Conventions of Written Language
Bookmark for Producing and Interpreting Media
Bookmark for the Reading Process and the Ability to Interpret Texts
Bookmark for Media Production
Bookmark for the Writing Process
Bookmark for Writing that Reinforces or Maintains Relationships with Others
Bookmark for Reflective Texts
Bookmarks for Reading Narrative and Literary Texts
Bookmark for Reading and Interpreting Narrative Media
Bookmark for Reading and Writing “Planning” Texts
Bookmark for Reading and Writing “Explanatory” Texts
Bookmarks for Reading and Writing “Descriptive” Texts
Bookmark for Reading and Writing “Persuasive” Texts
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Use these editable Art Activity Feedback Trackers to organise the learning for each of your year groups over the course of the year. These trackers can be stuck into the inside cover of the sketchbook and allow for you to communicate regularly with students about their progress as well as enabling students to take ownership and be more independent in their art-making.
-Instructions for Artist Activity
-Self/Peer & Teacher Main Assessment Checkpoints
-Space for the teacher to write a quick target for improvement
-Formative & Summative Assessment
This does what is says on the tin- it is a checklist for students to use to check that they are doing all they can to refine their work and target areas to improve in each different assessment area in GCSE Art and Design- The AO`s are bound to change at some point- but this has been really useful to give to students and have them self evaluate their progress.
It has been useful for AFL and peer marking in lesson- and also as a (more beefy) starter. I have also had students checking eachother's portfolios to target areas to improve- which ended well ...in most cases (aside from one GCSE group- where tension ran high following a heated disagreement over A04. Luckily I was able to dissolve the the situation with singing and star jumping at the same time (which I believe is the answer to most classroom management issues).
My most popular resource is the personal investigation planning document.
Now I have complimented this with all the resources you will need to deliver the entire personal investigation component, which is 60% of the A’Level assessment.
Everything A’Level art teachers from any exam board need to use to deliver the P I to their students, from July in year 12 - February in year 13.
Each Lesson powerpoint is full of images and examples of pupil work, and follows the same structure to link in with the planning document for you to issue to students.
One Powerpoint of learning springboards, for use at the end of y12, to kickstart students investigations, before they leave for the summer break
7 extensive Powerpoints each with content descriptors, tasks, lesson starters and video links - one for each of the 7 components of the personal investigation planning document
student self planning documents for students to precis their ideas, easily
checklists for teachers to track pupils progress
summer task worksheet - to spring board your students into their study, from y12 into y13
gallery/London trip homework sheet
and of course…
assessment objectives cited throughout
key vocabulary cited throughout
illustrations and art examples throughout
Knowledge recall and vocabulary explained, throughout
The personal investigation is made easy with these structured and supportive resources.
No more excuses for your students to say they don’t know what to do next, and everything you as teacher need to deliver this component!!
All of the resources are editable, to suit your own school and students.
Year 10 Art - a set of slides to give an overall course program for GCSE. Working through all the objectives - Develop, Explore, Record and Present
Under each objective a list of tasks with reflection sheet to write up progress as students work through the key areas of the course.
This is a scheme of work for students to use.
We will be handing out AQA A Level Art Component 2 Externally Set Assignment papers soon. This resource will help students get started and keep organised as they progress their preparatory work. Included are the following.
• Student information
• Week by week guide
• Homework checklist
• Support request sheet
• The History of Art – Notable Periods, Styles and Artists
• Component 2 Final Outcome Checklist
• Art Analysis Prompt Sheet
• AQA A level grade boundaries from 2019
• Securing Outstanding A level Performance in Art
Also uncluded is a 25 slide presentation which explains the importance of developing ideas in relation to the four Assessment Objectives. A great resource for reminding students what the AOs actually mean.
GCSE Art and Design booklet / tracker for students
This booklet can be used by both teachers and students to track progress / revise the current Art and Design GCSE. The booklet contains information about the current OCR specification for Art and Design, including knowledge and tips against each assessment objective. The booklet also holds: key information against the 7 visuals elements, key vocabulary, websites, assessment criteria and space for assessment and student re-engagement. This document is designed to be printed double-sided as an A4 booklet.
The pack includes:
GCSE Art and Design Booklet - 27 paged PDF A4 document (page summery below)
Page 1 - Code of conduct and expectation agreement
Page 2 - About me! (for students to complete to find out what they are interested in)
Page 3 - Course structure from start of year 10 to end of year 11 (get students to input your own SOW)
Page 4 - Assessment overview (60% coursework, 40% external task)
Pages 5/6 - A01 - (success criteria and tips on how to best access the objective)
Pages 7/8 - A02 (success criteria and tips on how to best access the objective)
Pages 9/10 - A03 (success criteria and tips on how to best access the objective)
Pages 11/12 - A04 (success criteria and tips on how to best access the objective)
Pages 13/14/15/16 - Visual / Formal Elements in Art
Page 17 - Key Vocabulary
Pages 18 - Websites and Books
Page 19 - Mind map / Personal statement for starting your project
Page 20 - Grade tracker / Intervention tracker
Page 21/22/23/24/25/26 - Making feedback (use sticker template to insert feedback. Just simply print and stick in the slots, highlighting what applies for each individual student). example attached
Page 27 - Checklist for coursework (60% of project)
See all my other resources for creative lessons, booklets, displays, certificates and more…
This resource PowerPoint contains 22 slides that have been invaluable throughout my exam teaching and support of A-Level Photography and Fine Art students. It contains:
- Guides for what to do to fill an effective sketchbook in line with your assessment objectives.
- Checklists to help you keep on track and give you ideas as you progress through the exam unit
- Tips for making essential sheets / book pages that show your intentions, connections and rationale for your work in the most visually effective way.
A solid guide and strategy for assessment in drama from KS3 through to GCSE.
Developed to enable clear evidencing of skills and progress.
KS3 Level descriptors
Assessment charts for key components
Basic general targets for each year group
A format for student assessment note keeping
Assessment sheets for: Performance, Response & Development, Wider Key Skills, Reading é Writing which enable a teacher to break down these skills into manageable elements to show students where improvement can be made.
Create a piece of film or animation to promote LifeSkills to young people. Deadline for this brief has passed. However, you can still use this brief as practice and see other people's responses on our website: http://www.iamcreative.org.uk/gallery/1722
Year 10 project - based on the topic of Nature.
Show students how they will progress through the 4 learning objectives throughout year 10.
Examples on what types of work needs to be completed in order to attain each learning objective, for example: AO1 - Artist research pages.
Images to show examples of artwork and previous student work in the background.
A visual ‘checklist’ with bulletpoints on what needs to be completed throughout the year.
Year 11 - Independent project
Continuing on from year 10 - but narrowing their theme and personal investigation of their own project.
-Shows students the necessary progress through the 4 learning objectives.
-Gives students examples of work that fits into each AO.
Gives students a visual look at some of the previous student work and outcomes in the background of the learning journey.
This is a bundled writing unit that saves buyers 25% versus buying each unit separately. There are more than 200 pages of materials. Each unit includes:
★ Graphic Organizers
★ Mentor Texts
★ Language Lessons
★ Rubrics for each Genre
★ Editing Checklists
★ Revision Checklists
This bundle has been created with both teachers and students in mind, who wish to improve their descriptive writing skills for their AQA GCSE English Language exam. This bundle includes:
Descriptive Writing for Low Level Learners
This lesson provides descriptive tasks for learner who often struggle to use their imagination to write creatively. The focus of this lesson is to generate ideas to a descriptive task.
Creating Structure in Descriptive Writing
This lesson focuses on using structural devices within a piece of writing. The lesson looks at including structure as part of the planning process for Section B. This lesson has been created for learners wanting to achieve a grade 4 or higher.
Editing and Proofreading
This lesson focuses around the difference between proofreading and editing and how effective each element can be when learners have time to revise their writing.
Student Checklist has also been included to help learners keep track of their writing progress. This can also be applied to their reading skills also.
This chapter is an excellent foundation base of knowledge for effective primary geography and includes a rationale and a clear sense of progression and purpose from Foundation to Key Stage 2 in which distinctive skills such as enquiry and mapwork are clearly explained.
This bundle focuses on creative writing in the 8700 AQA GCSE English Language: Section B exam papers. This bundle includes:
Narrative Writing lesson.
This lesson provides learners with a greater understanding of narrative hooks, plot and how to build suspense.
Editing and proofreading lesson.
This focuses on improving a learners editing and proofreading skills. Editing skills have a focus around improving content and organisation marks, whilst proofreading focuses on improving technical accuaracy marks.
x2 Descriptive Writing lessons.
1 lesson focuses on creative writing for low level learners. This is ideal for any learners that struggle using their creativity.
1 lesson focuses more on using structural devices in a piece of descriptive writing. This may be better focused for learners wanting to achieve a grade 4 or higher.
Article Writing lesson.
This lesson focuses on how to write an effective article. The lesson discusses the format of an article and what language features and structural devices are effective for this writing style.
GCSE English Checklist is also included to allow your students to keep track of their progress on their writing skills. This checklist can also be used to reflect on their reading skills also.
Each resource provides you with 1 hour 30 minutes of writing activities. Overall there are 6 hours worth of writing activities available.
This resource was created for challenging learners that have a target grade between 3-5.
Each lesson can be adapted for future lessons and can be changed in difficulty for a variety of learning abilities.
Come up with an exciting way for TalkTalk to advertise their mobile phone offering to young people and their families.
A real brief brought to you directly from TalkTalk in partnership with the Ideas Foundation. I Am Creative is a web-based creative education programme available to schools and students who are interested in discovering and cultivating creative skills. To be entered into the competition you need to upload your work and presentation to www.iamcreative,org.uk. Remember if you’ve created a film to upload it to YouTube and include the link in your presentation.
WINNER: £100 of high street vouchers & a place on THE LADDER, the Ideas Foundation progression group. We can help you get the
experience and skills you need to get a job in advertising. Highly Commended entries will also be invited to join the Ladder.
Deadline for upload is 26th June 2015. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.