Analysing ArtQuick View
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Analysing Art

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Printed so it can be displayed as a poster or used to stick in sketchbooks. Pupil friendly questions that guides them through how to analyse art work.
Analysing Art and/or Photography guidanceQuick View
greeneyvgreeneyv

Analysing Art and/or Photography guidance

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A detailed guidance sheet for research and analysing and artist/artwork or photograph. This can be printed A3 r A2 to be displayed as a poster or can be printed as a help sheet. Aimed at KS5 or G&T GCSE. Please leave a review!
Analysing Art - Discussion GridQuick View
amiebarnardamiebarnard

Analysing Art - Discussion Grid

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A fun and engaging way to get students to think about analysing Art. The grid is used to help promote discussion points, using dice to decide which question to talk about.
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waddywaddy

Analysing Art booklet

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To help KS4 GCSE art pupils analyse artists and their artwork using the Blooms questioning format. Works well with all ability learners
Analyse your ArtQuick View
abaproductionsabaproductions

Analyse your Art

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This generic worksheet allows students to use a framework to analyse their Artwork. They are asked questions which focus their analysis skills to reflect on the Elements of Art and how they are used as well as the overall effect of their work and the effort taken to complete it. Photos of their work can be glued in the centre of the sheet for easy reference. This worksheet is suitable for students from Year 3 - 10 and addresses the Responses outcomes in the Australian Curriculum and Western Australian Curriculum for those year levels.
Analysing Art - Discussion Grid GameQuick View
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Analysing Art - Discussion Grid Game

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A fun and engaging way to get students to think about analysing Art. The grid is used to help promote discussion points, using dice to decide which question to talk about.
Analyse your ArtQuick View
abaproductionsabaproductions

Analyse your Art

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This generic worksheet allows students to use a framework to analyse their Artwork. They are asked questions which focus their analysis skills to reflect on the Elements of Art and how they are used as well as the overall effect of their work and the effort taken to complete it. Photos of their work can be glued in the centre of the sheet for easy reference. This worksheet is suitable for students from Year 3 - 10 and addresses the Responses outcomes in the Australian Curriculum and Western Australian Curriculum for those year levels.
Art and Photography Analysing workQuick View
jcosta1jcosta1

Art and Photography Analysing work

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A2 poster explaining how to analyse photography using the 5C's approach. This is on buff coloured paper in arial font for a dyslexia friendly approach, it can be printed as large as A2 for display or smaller for handouts.
Analyse an Art WorkQuick View
blackgypsyroseblackgypsyrose

Analyse an Art Work

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It is so much fun to unpick an image…. to find out the meaning and apply our own but doing it as a game … GREAT! Let your pupils use this new and easy to use table format to help support them in the deciphering and understanding of traditional and modern artworks! This encourages independent working and thinking, it can even be used for group work and oracy and start a class debate! Simply roll the dice and answer the question about the art work and record in your chosen way!
Tudor ArtQuick View
RaphellaRaphella

Tudor Art

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A full Scheme of work for KS2 based around Tudor Portraits. Objectives covered include: Exploring and discussing Tudor portraits How to structure a portrait How to observe and sketch faces and Tudor clothing Putting it all together to create a Tudor style portrait. Each lesson includes all resources and a high-quality presentation. Please leave feedback.
Analysing and critiquing images - photography and artQuick View
verityadrianaverityadriana

Analysing and critiquing images - photography and art

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In depth powerpoint about why it is important to be able to discuss your own work and why we look at the work of others. There is defined examples of how to write at different levels, which can be added to or tweaked. The lesson states the importance of analysing images to improve your work and using the right terminology.
ANALYSING WORK OF OTHERSQuick View
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ANALYSING WORK OF OTHERS

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List of key words and questions to answer when analysing work of others. Suitable for Art, Graphics, Fashion, Product Design etc. Students handed out the resources to use.
Critical & Contextual Analysing Art and Work of ArtistsQuick View
charlotte74charlotte74

Critical & Contextual Analysing Art and Work of Artists

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A bundle of resources to critically and contextually analyse art and artists. A ppt with a range of different art genres - including Analysing Work of Others - Content, Form, Process, Mood. A ppt to use for KS3 Art History Time Line. Several GCSE level examples of critically analysed art works and artists. A range of practice compare & contrast artist images.
Analysing ArtworksQuick View
LyrebirdresourcesLyrebirdresources

Analysing Artworks

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Summary: In this lesson students learn how to analyse any artwork by looking in detail at media, composition, context, view point, subject matter, to name a few. The artwork used in this lesson is Franz Marc’s “Regen”, however the skills can be applied to any piece. The aim is to support students to analyse their own artworks and those of other artists creatively and independently with artistic insight. Australian Curriculum Links: Explore ideas and practices used by artists, including practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, to represent different views, beliefs and opinions (ACAVAM114) Explain how visual arts conventions communicate meaning by comparing artworks from different social, cultural and historical contexts, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks (ACAVAR117) Identify and connect specific features and purposes of visual artworks from contemporary and past times to explore viewpoints and enrich their art-making, starting with Australian artworks including those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (ACAVAR124) Analyse a range of visual artworks from contemporary and past times to explore differing viewpoints and enrich their visual art-making, starting with Australian artworks, including those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and consider international artworks (ACAVAR131) UK Curriculum Links: Review, think about and discuss their own work and the work of others, develop a critical and technical vocabulary relevant to art, craft and design and to the creative, media and design industries and the museum and gallery sector Become visually perceptive and visually literate through looking, thinking, recognising, interpreting and understanding art, craft and design as a medium of communication and meaning which uses visual symbols and icons Develop reading and writing skills alongside speaking and listening skills as they research, communicate, analyze, critically evaluate and review their own work and the work of significant artists, craftspeople, architects and designers and make visits to the museum and gallery sector. USA Curriculum Links: Explain how a person’s aesthetic choices are influenced by culture and environment and impact the visual image that one conveys to others (VA:Re.7.1.8a) Compare and contrast contexts and media in which viewers encounter images that influence ideas, emotions, and actions (VA:Re.7.2.8a) Interpret art by analyzing how the interaction of subject matter, characteristics of form and structure, use of media, artmaking approaches, and relevant contextual information contributes to understanding messages or ideas and mood conveyed (VA:Re8.1.8a ) Create a convincing and logical argument to support an evaluation of art (VA:Re9.1.8a)