cards to be laminated and put in art resource boxes as a reminder for teachers on things to look for / teaching points / tips / techniques / hints and reminders. Reccommedn that resources in school kept in boxes: watercolour box, drawing box, printing box etc. Then cards can be kept with appropriate materials.
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.
Compiled for our school - these are the progression of skills through the processes of art. Each half term we create focused teaching on one of these processes. Although inevitably some of these objectives will be met in cross curricular opportunities or other subjects. But we don't rely on that and so use this as a guide.
The classroom debate is a highly useful tool for a teacher. It provides the students with an excellent opportunity to improve their fluency skills and to extend their vocabulary while, at the same time, discussing about complex contemporary issues and developing the students’ critical thinking skills. If organised carefully, classroom debates are something your students will look forward to. This is a debate about graffiti , a controversial topic but very familiar to the students. This is a B1 - C1 level. The teacher should also be aware that the whole preparation takes no less than 4-5 hours and might also reach the 6 hours, depending on the particular class and level. Here you can find the lesson plans for each session (there are 3 in total) and the accompanying worksheets.
Students will examine and analyze the image of the Sacred Bull of Shiva (Nandi) then combine findings with 21st century skills and technology to create a visual note taking device worthy of artistic display.
Worksheets for Natural Forms Project
A 15 page document with Art activity sheets suitable for either cover work or remote learning. Suitable for KS3 the activities include photography, tonal drawing, colour theory and collage. These tasks are suitable for pupils to do at home only requiring simple materials that pupils would have access to like colouring pencils, old newspapers and a camera phone. These resources can either be emailed to pupils, or printed out as a booklet. Download includes an editable PowerPoint document and a print ready PDF. This does not include a lesson plan.
20 slides: Reference sheets with images to show each artists work. Tasks on each sheet for students to do.
In this lesson there is a focus on literacy in introducing students to the element of TEXTURE in Art.
A poster displaying different forms of Visual Arts. Good for children who need to widen their thinking about what is art.
This is a 2-3 week unit on form, the third element of art, for Year 7 in Key Stage 3. This introductory unit on form teaches students how to use tone/value in conjunction with various exercises shading techniques to make objects look 3D. It includes quality photo’s of still lives and student examples - no Google imagery. It also contains basic vocabulary, a vocabulary worksheet students can fill out and a marking scheme. Simple and easy to use for EAL students.
Over 1000 pages of support for GCSE Art. This resource bundle provides a thorough unit of work based on natural forms. Clear, easy to follow instructions will allow the teacher to lead students through a wide range of linked activities spanning drawing, painting, sculpture and much more. Students are also encouraged to explore the work of recognised artists and develop their work through exploration and experimentation. This means that students are being challenged to make decisions and employ a “growth mind-set”, something that is being lost in many schools. The work is purposefully diverse because students have developed ideas in their own original ways. Ideal for use with the AQA and EdExcel specifications, allowing full coverage of the four assessment objectives. Included in this bundle are the following. A thorough unit of study. The study provides lesson by lesson guidance, homework, artist references, a rationale for assessment, health and safety, materials lists, student guidance and more… 22 different image slideshows for inspiration. All slideshows offer high quality images of natural forms. A step by step sketchbook guide with a natural forms theme. An example photographic analysis of a piece of student sculpture based on natural forms. A slideshow of example student work (also provided as the preview file). Over 1000 pages of information! If you would like to know more before purchasing, please feel free to contact me with your questions. email@example.com
This is a stand-alone art lesson that helps to teach students how to draw the correct proportions of the human figure. This is an introduction to figure drawing, which can be used in a bigger scheme of work looking at the human figure, or it can be used as a cover lesson. This lesson can be used with KS3 or KS4 students and can be easily differentiated. It includes 3 main activities (starter - main - plenary) and can be taught by a non-specialist. It has clear learning objectives and an extension. It encourages students to look carefully at the proportions of the human body. I have made this lesson as I was unable to find a quick one-off lesson that was not just focused on drawing. This lesson has different activities to keep students engaged. Any teacher would be able to deliver the lesson, you just need to make a photocopy of one of the resources attached to the PowerPoint.
Art formal skills worksheet, an interactive assessment worksheet suitable for most ages.
Handouts for GCSE art students exploring a range of skills and techniques. With artist information, 3 related artists and a link to a video to watch on youtube.
A set of starters and art vocabulary for KS3 and 4 Art lessons. Each activity is a ten minute thinking skills concept with learners asked to consider the artist, their interpretation, feelings and judgements on the work. It also contains vocabulary needed to make each learner consider the wording they use when describing aspects of art such as tome, line, contrast and form. It gives them suggested starter questions for them to consider their work and in assessing or judging famous artists work as well as asking them to consider how they could obtain further marks in their own work by creating coherent assessment statements for exam and internal assessments.
Save over 50%. 3 Natural forms worksheets to encourage detailed accurate drawing and the use of different media.
Hi This powerpoint is suitable for art students of any age. It contains 2 different activity’s for students to develop and explore tonal blending skills. Students can use the printable templates to work on and the task can be adjusted based on your time scale. Students will show key skills in shading from dark to light, can explore pattern and learn about colours and how to blend. This is perfect for home learning as materials are accessible It is a full presentation with clear instructions, printable templates to work on and has student examples as a reference for inspiration. It can take 1-3 lessons, and can be adjusted to suit your students. Hope you find it useful
This is a 6 week unit on 2 elements of art, value and form, for Year 7 in Key Stage 3. This introductory unit teaches students how to use tone to describe the shape of the object through various exercises. It includes quality photo’s of still lives and student examples - no Google imagery. It also contains basic vocabulary, a vocabulary worksheet students can fill out and a marking scheme. Simple and easy to use for EAL students.
These activity sheets use observational drawing and design planning skills.
This is a resource I have made from activities I have collected and created in order to strengthen Art skills. Every Art activity a student does is marked according to three assessment objectives: A- Analyse and Record, R- Research and Develop, and T- Try and Text Techniques. When work is returned to the student, they can improve on their weakest area (in DIT time) by doing an activity from the document and marking off which one they have completed on their colour chart. There is an excel markbook to go with this resource, which helps you track student progress to the assessment objectives.