Visual Communication In ArtQuick View

Visual Communication In Art

A lesson with a starter activity which focuses students on how artists communicate ideas in different ways as well as understanding that when they look at an image it is usually communicating a story, a concept, a response to something. Students are then guided to explore a discussion question relating to how artists use text in their work with a list of suggested sources. The slides have notes accompanying to prompt discussion and there are opportunities to dwell on issues of equality and diversity. This lesson is aimed at GCSE and A Level to boost response to AO1 to show extended informed comments and discussion rather than the usual biographical information on one artist.

By ArtThinking

Glossary of Useful Visual Art TermsQuick View

Glossary of Useful Visual Art Terms

Whether you are in the Art Studio, trying to include an interdisciplinary writing element into your curriculum, building a website for flipped classroom work, or an ELA teacher prompting students to write about Art, this handy primer is a valuable tool to encourage students to conduct self-motivated research inside AND outside of the Art Room!

By hnunezolmstead

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Visual Art Resource - 30 Images of BuildingsQuick View

Visual Art Resource - 30 Images of Buildings

This Visual resource comprises 30 high quality images of buildings to provide inspiration for Art students of all ages. This resource can be used in conjunction with other Art resources by Mael Matthews on TES.

By StartEducation

Space and Perspective in Visual ArtsQuick View

Space and Perspective in Visual Arts

Two-page lesson plan with 3 activities and examples on two key concepts: one-point perspective and overlapping to give illusion of 3D depth on flat surfaces. Materials required: ruler, pencil and paper. Paint is optional. Duration can vary greatly from one hour up to 3 hours.

By savoyacademy

Visual Timetable  - 90 cardsQuick View

Visual Timetable - 90 cards

This resource includes 66 large display cards that feature a picture and the worded description of the activity and includes 24 additional cards for those with severe needs. You can choose to use cards that use the particular terminology that your school or setting uses. For example, there are cards for both Literacy and English. The cards come in two sizes - 7cm x 7cm (6 cards to an A4 sheet) and 11cm x 11cm (2 cards to an A4 sheet). All subjects and key times of the school day are included. There are in addition many other cards including visitor, school trip, class meeting, school council, birthday, quiz, mental maths, circle time and more. The 24 extra cards for those with severe needs include: stop, wait, yes, no, wipe nose and tie shoelaces. Images were generated using Microsoft Office clip-art and used with permission under the terms of the project licences.

By bestprimaryteachingresources

The Great Art Quest: Visual Art and StorytellingQuick View

The Great Art Quest: Visual Art and Storytelling

Visual Art and Storytelling activities by professional storytellers and artists experienced in delivering workshops for children. The storytelling activities encourage children to look critically at artwork and work in groups to think up stories based on the chosen pictures. The art activities cover several artforms, including drawing, 3D installations, animation and clay. A running theme is learning about the environment and nature through art, with many of the activities focussing on the outdoors: trees, plants, seeds, found and natural objects, waste etc.

By PrincesFoundation

Color Theory in Visual ArtQuick View

Color Theory in Visual Art

An understanding of color theory is key to a visual arts education. This two-page lesson plan outlines the basic color schemes with a description on the effect the colors will have in a composition. Four examples are included and students are asked to identify color scheme used in famous paintings (answer key included) An activity is also included. Duration can vary widely from 45 minutes to two hours. For more thorough examples of color schemes, there is a 71 page PowerPoint link included in the Visual Arts: Elements and Principles lesson plan.

By savoyacademy

Visual Arts: Elements and PrinciplesQuick View

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles

A lesson plan introduction outlining the elements and principles of visual arts with examples, an activity and a link to a 71 page PowerPoint presentation explaining concepts in further detail. The activity included can be as short or long as you'd like to make it depending on your preference and students' pace.

By savoyacademy

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Visual Art Resource - 30 Images of TreesQuick View

Visual Art Resource - 30 Images of Trees

This resource comprises a slide show of images of trees, offering inspiration for Art students of all ages. This resource can be used in conjunction with other Art resources by Mael Matthews on TES

By StartEducation

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Visual Literacy used in MAUS by Art SpiegelmanQuick View

Visual Literacy used in MAUS by Art Spiegelman

These are worksheets developed to assist in analysing Art Spiegelman's graphic novel, MAUS. They examine the visual techniques used by the illustrator and author. Key words: visualisation, graphics, comic, NAZI, germany, cartoon, illustration, technique, device, feature CHECK OUT MY STORE FOR OTHER RESOURCES, INCLUDING BUNDLED SAVINGS!! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Resourcesyouwant CHECK OUT THE TES AUTHOR'S BLOG ARTICLE I FEATURED IN: I am a TES endorsed author - "Author on TES: English expert, Resourcesyouwant": https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/author-tes-english-expert-resourcesyouwant

By Resourcesyouwant

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!

By hollymustill

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Visual Art Resource - GraffitiQuick View

Visual Art Resource - Graffiti

This Visual resource comprises 30 high quality images of graffiti to provide inspiration for Art students of all ages. This resource can be used in conjunction with other Art resources by Mael Matthews on TES.

By StartEducation

Visual Literacy PPTQuick View

Visual Literacy PPT

Visual Literacy PowerPoint Presentation suitable for all Secondary Year Groups. Covers; Shape, Line, Colour, Gaze, Symbols, Salience, Body Language, Framing, Juxtaposition, Light and Shade, Composition, Size, Angles, Setting, Vectors, Intertextuality and Deconstruction. Excellent for students to understand the key terms , with examples.

By teen91113

KS2 Lesson plan - Visual artsQuick View

KS2 Lesson plan - Visual arts

Students create an "illustrated dictionary" of the visual arts. They use Google Search and Images to find pictures and images of different branches (e.g. sculpture, painting, textiles) and use these to create a dictionary that explains each type of art and gives images of examples. They then research famous artists to find out which countries they came from and add them to a Google Map with information and pictures of their work to build up a visual representation of artists across the world.

By google

Visual Timetable using Widgit(T) SymbolsQuick View

Visual Timetable using Widgit(T) Symbols

A timetable of 32 Widgit(T) word and symbol cards that together create a visual timetable for use in the classroom. When printed, symbols measure approximately 7 x 6cm. The symbols included are: Maths - English - Science - Phonics - D.T. - French - Music - P.E. - Art - Spelling - Handwriting - Geography - History - R.E. - Computing - PSHE - Topic - Assembly - Registration - Playtime - Lunch - Club - Hometime - Golden Time - Story - Circle Time - Guided Reading - Swimming - Surprise - Rehearsal - Snack - Choosing Sold under licence from Widgit(T). Widgit Symbols (C) Widgit Software 2002 - 2015 www.widgit.com

By ginajp

Elements of  the Visual Arts presentation with worksheetsQuick View

Elements of the Visual Arts presentation with worksheets

This is a presentation on the elements of the visual arts, i.e. line, shape, colour, texture, value, form and space. It is suitable for Year 3 onwards. Two worksheets are included. A lesson could comprise of exploring the presentation as a class followed by individual work using worksheets in which students use their new knowledge. The presentation is in both PPT (MS Powerpoint) and PDF format. As well as a description of each element, it includes many visual examples of the elements including colour examples of the elements as used by well-known artists. At the end are some web links to follow for more material on art and the elements of art. The presentation has 22 pages and might take up to 30 minutes to view and explore. There are two worksheets with this resource. The first is for younger or less able students in which they choose three of the elements and draw examples of each. The second is for older or more able students who draw an artwork using the elements and write an explanation of how they have used each element in their artwork.

By VanThom

Composing Music for Visual ArtQuick View

Composing Music for Visual Art

A worksheet for initial composition ideas. I use this within an 'Art of Music' SoW for my year 7s. This is to get them thinking about the link between music and art - Graphic Scores. Enjoy. Please review.

By lizep7

Visual Resources for Art ClassQuick View

Visual Resources for Art Class

This is a collection of visuals, schedules, social stories, and communication aides designed specifically for art class! Students with special needs and autism can struggle during specials. Utilize the same supports that are successful in their classroom! This resource will help reduce problem behavior, improve communication, and increase appropriate skills in art class! Included in this resource: - Visual Art Resource Quick Guide (colors, numbers, shapes, & lines) - Art Project Steps Sequencing Board with 15 options - Art Class Visual Schedule with 18 options - Good/Bad Art Class Behavior Visual - Color Choice Board with Adapted Sentence Strip - Art Supply Choice Board with Sentence Strip - Art Class Communication Visuals - Step by Step Instructions for: Draw a Picture and Paint a Picture Easy to use and quick to setup!

By Theautismhelper