êdouard Manet, Le déjeuner sur l'herbe (Luncheon on the Grass), oil on canvas, 1863 (Musée d&'Orsay, Paris)
Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker
View this work up close on the Google Art Project: http://www.googleartproject.com/collection/musee-dorsay-paris/artwork/luncheon-on-the-grass-edouard-manet/460011/
this is a worksheet that I have created using the recent film documentary 'sur le chemin de l'ecole'. I am currently doing the topic of education with my year 11 and I thought that showing something that was authentic would engage them. I haven&'t tried the sheet yet so any feedback would be appreciated!
On my way to school...\nPowerPoint with 25 slides, including:\n-photos taken in Switzerland.\n-new vocabulary.\n-patterned sentences.\n'I pass near.../ I see...&'\n-voice recorded by a French native speaker.\n\n-Hide and Seek game on each slide to help children stay focused and interested.\n\n-Grammar point.\n-Homework set.\nFind more information on www.classebilingue.com\nand follow &';classe bilingue' on Facebook!
This resource blends practical and critical work.
Artists that use employ photography in making their Art, From Photorealism to Pop Art, the set includes Chuck Close, Andy Warhol, Jerry Uelsmann, James Rosenquist, David Hockney, Andy Goldsworthy, Ralph Goings,
Each has an image , brief biography and quotation of the Artist and a set of straightforward instructions to get your students working independently .
The set is a word document so can be edited and added to.
Welsh themed art project for St David's day celebrations or anytime of year.
A detailed introduction with ideas for use, a work/evidence booklet for pupils and two PowerPoint presentations which can be used with key stage 2 pupils. The booklet can be used as a whole or divided and used as needed. It has a section on Celtic art, culminating in pupils making their own Celtic knot out of clay, and pages covering the art of Sir Kyffin Williams and some landscape painting approaches. Pupils are then able to create their own Welsh landscape work. The two presentations provide background information on both subjects and plenty of visual examples and inspiration. This has been created with all Key Stage 2 ages in mind but younger pupils (years 3 and 4) will need some teacher guidance, modelling of activities and explanations. Year 5 and 6 pupils will be able to work through many of the tasks completely independently. The booklet can be completed over a few lessons or made to last much longer depending on how much detail or independent research and practise you want to dedicate to each task. Skills covered include learning about a famous artist and historic/traditional art, planning, creating and evaluating own work, mixing paints, creating effects using different lines and colour, working with clay, carrying out own research and sharing own views about art works.
The first half of this booklet and one of the PowerPoint presentations could also be used for work on the Celts and their art.