Pop Art inspire worksheet, focusing on designing a trainer drawing inspiration from the images provided. Can be used as part of a scheme of work, as a stand alone lesson, home learning activity, for blended learning, starter activity, or as an extension task.
These clear, detailed and visually-appealing resources offer a complete reference point for students learning about a wide range of different artists throughout their art and design study. The bundle contains 12 knowledge organisers, focusing on the following artists: -Andy Warhol -Andy Goldsworthy -Banksy -Claude Monet -Frank Gehry -Frida Kahlo -Georgia O’Keeffe -JMW Turner -Pablo Picasso -Vincent van Gogh -Wassily Kandinsky -William Morris Each organiser contains comprehensive sections on: -Biography of the Artist; -Styles and Techniques; -Life Timeline; -Significant Works; -Key Vocabulary; -How do I create art like this artist? The resources can be adapted for all ages, are best suited for KS2 and KS3 children. The resources are designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
Worksheet for students to create a trainer inspired by Pop Art. Could be used as a cover lesson or a homework task. Possible use in either Art and Design or Design and Technology lesson PhotoCredit Sellers own photoshop files and text - R Evans Pixabay Flicker user - Wonderlane, Mark Anderson Wikimedia Comms Pxhere
This is an evaluation sheet which will support your GCSE students in evaluating and reflecting on their own work. It is intended to be used after the Unit 2/Component 2 work however it could be easily adapted by removing a few questions. It could also be adapted for other endorsements.
This is a 10 lesson scheme of work that teaches students Street Art through Art lessons. It guides students to produce a number of different pieces of work looking at artists such as Banksy, Keith Haring and Ben Eine. Lesson Breakdown Introductory Collage Banksy Critical Study Page Banksy Monoprint Decollage Bein Eine Words Shepard Fairey Critical Study Page Designing a Graffiti Tag Elian Study Designing a skate Deck
A brilliant resource : AQA GCSE student friendly mark-sheet combined with taxonomy. It is relevant to the current grade 1 to 9, with numbering up to 24 for each assessment objective. A invaluable resource to use with students to mark their own Art & Design work.
A handy resource to help break down the assessment objectives reflecting the 2019 August grade boundaries.
Written by Alison Kirk (Associate Consultant for Art and Design), Art and Design Progression from LPDS builds on the Lancashire Key Learning for Art and Design by introducing suggested Year Group Expectations within each of the separate areas of media that children should work with across Early Years and the Primary phase. It exemplifies progression in the eight areas covered. Schools should aim to cover up to 3 different media types each year, and ensure wide coverage of media across each age phase (EYFS/KS1, LKS2 and UKS2). Therefore, the expectations within any given year group should be considered alongside those of the adjacent year group in the same age phase.
A perfect way to start the year with a new class, project or teacher. This PowerPoint introduces the Seven Elements of Art and Design with clear examples of each element for all students to understand. Following this are examples of students work creating a display page with each of the elements. Finally, there is an assessment for learning opportunity to examine different elements of art within famous pieces of art work.
A 15 page booklet which includes drawing, photography and contextual study tasks, all based on the theme of ‘Natural Forms’. The booklet is designed for Year 10, but could be edited to be used with Year 11. There is a PDF version of the document which can be sent straight to print, or a Word document which can be edited. Please not the word document may not be formatted correctly for your computer.
I created this resource for the delivery of the NCFE Level 1 Certificate in Art & Design (Unit 02). The activity is very interactive, encouraging the learners to cut out the various examples of the formal elements within art and graphic design and then match them up in the boxes with the names & definitions. There is also the answer sheet included, and this can be used as a display or laminated for reference in lessons. I have used this resource with young offenders and it proved highly successful. It can also be used as a recap to check learner understanding.
Updated version of previous pdf worksheet with amendments and corrections.
I have created a huge PowerPoint presentation with over 45 starter or plenary activities for your art classes. The activities are all art-related and can be used in KS3 or KS4 art lessons, either as entry tasks, starters, plenaries or exit questions. Sometimes I put the question on the board at the start of the lesson then come back to it at the end. The slides are made up of questions, challenges, thought prompts, image analysis, riddles, true or false competitions, thunks and more. Some are very general so can be used across any class or topic, and some are more specific and related to different art movements - for example, Pop Art or Graffiti. You can use the slides to generate discussion or have students discuss things in groups/pairs etc. I have made them to be as adaptable to your lessons/teaching as possible.
Use this document to support the slimmed down national curriculum. Key subject specific skills, for example painting, drawing and 3D modeling, mapped out for each year group for Years 1 to 6. Also available in editable word format email email@example.com website: gwsupport.co.uk
Art and Design Learning Journey. Fully adaptable - can edit. SEN - vertical KS3
This is a selection of images and objects for students to work out what objects are and to think outside the box. I use these as little starters to get students to think visually as soon as they come in the room. There is also images of everyday objects for students to think of other uses forcing them to be creative and inventive.
whole scheme of work from year 7- 13 and photography classes
This is an extensive list of questions related to each area of Blooms Taxonomy: Remember, Understand, Apply, Analyse, Evaluate and Create. The questions are related specifically to Art and Design and the resource is designed for the teacher to use - I keep it to hand in my seating plan folder. I have left some pupil names on so you are able to see how I have matched the old national curriculum levels to the level of question. This is a great 'staple resource' to have to hand - whether you have planned to use it in your lesson or if you have a couple of minutes to spare at the end of the lesson.
These clear, detailed and visually-appealing resources offer a complete reference point for KS1 children learning about a wide range of different artists throughout their art and design study. The bundle contains 6 individual knowledge organisers on the following artists: -Andy Warhol -Pablo Picasso -Vincent van Gogh -Georgia O’Keeffe -William Morris -Andy Goldsworthy Each organiser contains comprehensive sections on: -Biography of the Artist; -Styles and Techniques; -Life Timeline; -Significant Works; -Key Vocabulary; -How do I create art like this artist? The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
This is a 13 lesson scheme of work that teaches students Portraiture through Art lessons. Eight powerpoints guide students to produce a number of different pieces of work looking at artists such as Sandra Chevrier, Julian Opie and the work of Manga and Anime. Lesson Breakdown Introductory Collage Eye Drawing Guidelines Julian Opie inspired Portrait Self Identity Portrait Sandra Chevier Inspired Portrait Manga Critical Study Page Manga Portrait Final Pencil Portrait
A handout printable at A4 or A3 with a checklist for GCSE art students to self assess their project. The second page (you can print these back to back) includes the assessment objective headings and the description of a grade 8 to further support self-assessment. Students are asked to consider strengths and weaknesses and to come up with three initial targets. Ideal for mid-point or interim assessment tool, and a document students can revisit to monitor their own progress. Excellent for encouraging independence and support students to take responsibility for their own development. The resource works well with this vocabulary handout and this guide to annotation. New for 2020: EVENT theme mind map is available here and a bundle of mind maps on 7 themes including CROWDS, EXPRESSION, CONCEALMENT, PAPER and more is available here*