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Andy Warhol Introduction to Pop Art  | PowerPoint

Andy Warhol Introduction to Pop Art | PowerPoint

This presentation is used to introduce a Campbell's Soup Can Class Mural Art Project for Year 5 or 6. View the full lesson details via the link below. CAMPBELL'S SOUP CAN MURAL - ART LESSONfeedingstickfigures.com/2017/03/24/warhol-soup-can-art/This download is a great first introduction to Pop Art and the work of Andy Warhol. It includes great images of many of his most famous pieces and some questions and quotes to probe valuable class discussions. 10 slide PowerPoint Presentation in PDF formatwww.FeedingStickFigures.com

By Feeding_Stick_Figures

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Winter Trees - Art Drawing - Line - 2017 update

Winter Trees - Art Drawing - Line - 2017 update

A Powerpoint to support the sketching of 'winter trees'I made this for a year 3/4 class to show them examples of Winter trees with no leaves for discussion before going outside and sketching real life trees. I have included some images too I used as a print out to discuss and enable demonstration.UPDATE MARCH 2017:I have included an additional Powerpoint I have made with non-commercial pictures of winter trees to show children.

By dave_orritt

GCSE Art Exam Assembly

GCSE Art Exam Assembly

-Need to motivate a group of GCSE Art & Design students?-Looking for a decent way to get them to focus in on preparing for their exam?-Want to show visual examples of high-quality and poor-quality GCSE exam outcomes?Use this assembly resource to inspire your cohort to start taking some initiative TODAY.

By thejennii

My Own Art Gallery

My Own Art Gallery

Use this ppt to inspire Art & Design students to pursue an art-related career as well as enable them to create their own gallery.Featuring:-Assessment Criteria for task-Key Vocabulary-List of Art-related careers-Link to a video clip on 'What Does a Curator do'Student mission: To select famous works of art to make a collection and curate an exhibition in my own imaginary art gallery. -To present my gallery in a unique way on a page in my sketchbook-To give my gallery a name and use an interesting lettering style to draw the title on my page-To use the resources provided as well as researching at home to collect images of art to display in my gallery- To include the title of each artwork and the artists name

By thejennii

Mark-making Pen Collage Project KS3 Art

Mark-making Pen Collage Project KS3 Art

Use this ppt to get your KS3 Art students engaging with collage & b&w illustration. Students really enjoy this project where they get to combine their skills with their imagination.-You will need A3 paper, black pens, some cut-up slices of printed-out black & white images that have lots of mark-making & pattern and glue sticks.L.O.1: To create a collage using selected ink drawings. L.O.2: To understand the importance of composition. Featuring: Examples of work and assessment criteria.

By thejennii

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Art. AQA A level Art Exam 2017-SUPPORT RESOURCES

Art. AQA A level Art Exam 2017-SUPPORT RESOURCES

A Level Art support for students and staff. It includes the following:Contents• Introduction• Student information about the requirements of the exam unit• Week by week guide ensuring full coverage of the Assessment Objectives• Homework checklist linked to assessment Objectives• Student Support request sheet encouraging students to really consider where they need help• The History of Art – Notable Periods, Styles and Artists• Component 2 Final Outcome Checklist to ensure all areas have been covered• Art Analysis Prompt Sheet encouraging through analysis takes place • AQA AS Grade boundaries from 2016 as a guide for teachers and students • Securing Outstanding A level Performance in Art - an explanation of the nature of work required to gain the top marks.Also included is a set of copiable report comments for teachers and a yearly organiser to help art teachers plan the year. Both these resources are supplied as Word docs and are therefore editable.Please note. The actual exam questions are not reproduced in these resources because to do so would be a violation of Ofqual rules. This is a set of support documents that are appropriate for all endorsements.

By StartEducation

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Art. Complete Art Curriculum

Art. Complete Art Curriculum

This resource offers 144 pages of detailed Art lesson plans in a linked format. Enough here to cover the whole of KS3. This top selling resource has been updated for 2017. Each lesson includes a clear step by step guide for teachers and an information sheet for students.

By StartEducation

GCSE ART AND DESIGN - Marking/Feedback sheets - WJEC *New Spec*

GCSE ART AND DESIGN - Marking/Feedback sheets - WJEC *New Spec*

Pack of two double sided sheets to make marking and assessment that little bit easier!1x double sided sheet with Personal Investigation Marking Bands1x double sided sheet with Externally Set Assignment Marking BandsSheets include sections for Marking grid using exact terms/descriptors from WJEC assessment materialStrengths and ImprovementStudent response boxEstimate marks to next 'grade'Student checklist using excat terms from WJEC assessment material.These are the only sheets you will ever need to ensure your students work is marked and feedback is useful and timely.Happy Teaching :)

By RND86

A-LEVEL MARKING/FEEDBACK SHEET - WJEC *New Spec*

A-LEVEL MARKING/FEEDBACK SHEET - WJEC *New Spec*

Pack of two double sided sheets to make marking and assessment that little bit easier!1x double sided sheet with Personal Investigation Marking Bands1x double sided sheet with Externally Set Assignment Marking Bands Sheets include sections for Marking grid using exact terms/descriptors from WJEC assessment materialStrengths and ImprovementStudent response boxEstimate marks to next 'grade'Student checklist using excat terms from WJEC assessment material.These are the only sheets you will ever need to ensure your students work is marked and feedback is useful and timely.Happy Teaching :)

By RND86

Artists to Research GCSE Art AO1

Artists to Research GCSE Art AO1

Use this resource to get your GCSE students interested in and researching Artists to earn marks for Assessment Objective 1.Featuring:-Wide range of artists to choose from (with an intro blurb to each)-Breakdown of Assessment Objective 1-Criteria for Success

By thejennii

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Art. Portraiture. Drawing, Painting and Ceramics

Art. Portraiture. Drawing, Painting and Ceramics

A scheme of study for KS3 Art. Leads students through drawing the human face and culminates in the production of clay heads. Suitable for Years 7, 8 and 9. Also includes a stage by stage plan to drawing the human face in proportion, a step by step plan to producing a clay head and images of faces for inspiration.

By StartEducation

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Art. A Level Art Handbook for Students

Art. A Level Art Handbook for Students

A fully editable handbook for A level Art students which outlines the course requirements, expectations and structure. Provided as a Word doc so that you can amend it to suit the needs of your school.

By StartEducation

Mark-making in Art: Artist Nina Chakravarti

Mark-making in Art: Artist Nina Chakravarti

Use this resource to get your students using a wide variety of marks to add energy and style to their art.In this lesson students will... -experiment with a wide range of expressive lines-create art in the style of artist Nina Chakrabarti-evaluate their own & each other's work against the assessment criteria (provided)All you need for a fun & meaningful lesson is this powerpoint, some black pens, printed out images of faces and students.Enjoy!

By thejennii

Art Candy Painting Project GCSE Mixed Media

Art Candy Painting Project GCSE Mixed Media

Use this resource to empower your students and help them develop their painting skills.Artist mission: To learn how to control a combination of wet media to create a realistic chocolate bar painting.Includes:-Success criteria-Media strengths & weaknesses-Key vocabulary-Links to relevant artists-Homework tasksI used this for a 2-month A2-sized year 10 candy painting project, but it could be adapted for any length of time and any year group. My students combined acrylic, watercolour, ink and aquapencils to achieve their outcome.

By thejennii

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Art. EdExcel and AQA A level Art Exam

Art. EdExcel and AQA A level Art Exam

This document provides a support framework for students as they start developing preparatory work for the Component 2 Externally Set Task 2017. Equally suited for use with all endorsement and both the AQA and EdExcel specs. The document encourages students to address all four Assessment Objectives as they develop their ideas. It also sets out a week by week plan for the development of work. Included is:• Introduction• Student information• Week by week guide��� Homework checklist• Support request sheet• The History of Art – Notable Periods, Styles and Artists• Component 2 Final Outcome Checklist• Art Analysis Prompt Sheet • AQA AS Grade boundaries from 2016 • Securing Outstanding A level Performance in Art Please note: The exam questions are not reproduced within these documents as this would contravene Ofqual regulations. This document provides a framework / schedule which will allow students to develop work effectively irrespective of the question chosen.

By StartEducation

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ART. GCSE Art Exam 2017. Developing a Final Outcome

ART. GCSE Art Exam 2017. Developing a Final Outcome

Help student decide on an exam final outcome. GCSE Art students have been developing their exam preparatory work for a while and it is now time for them to start considering ideas for a final outcome to be produced during 10 hours of exam time. This step by step guide will help them review their preparatory work and make decisions that will lead them to a final outcome that is clearly linked to their research and the Assessment Objectives. Equally suited to the AQA and EdExcel courses.

By StartEducation

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ART. Landscape Scheme of Study and Supporting Images

ART. Landscape Scheme of Study and Supporting Images

An Art Scheme for KS3. A lesson by lesson plan and 4 different slideshows of supporting imagery. This resource provides at least 5 weeks worth of Art lessons and includes homework, risk assessment, artist links and materials list. Suitable for specialist and non specialist Art teachers to follow.

By StartEducation

WARHOL Pop Art Colour by Numbers Activity Sheet

WARHOL Pop Art Colour by Numbers Activity Sheet

Brilliant end of lesson activity that students can quietly work on. My Primary school students loved this activity sheet when learning about Andy Warhol and his Pop Art. You can take a peek at any Warhol lessons I post on my blog by going to the FeedingStickFigures.comIllustrated by Lauren Little | @artoflol(This download is a One-Sided Printable) www.FeedingStickFigures.com

By Feeding_Stick_Figures

Eye Grid Drawing Practice

Eye Grid Drawing Practice

Don't feel bad issuing this as art homework, the students will enjoy this variety of eyes to draw by use the ever useful grid measuring technique. After all, aren't eyes a favourite to draw? This PDF includes 8 eyes with an over-laid grid and an empty grid below to practice drawing on the same page.(This is an 8 page downloadable colour printable)

By Feeding_Stick_Figures

One Point Perspective House Worksheets

One Point Perspective House Worksheets

A Series of worksheets that show guidance on how to draw a one point perspective house. 1) A3 Blank Drawing Worksheets2) A4 One Point Perspective House Step-by-step Instruction (no writing) - ideal for Most Able3) A4 One Point Perspective House Step-by-step Instruction (with writing) 4) One Point Perspective Keywords starter5) 3) A4 One Point Perspective House Homework Resource and Homework

By MrsTGDT

Assessment and Marking in Art & Design - worth £21.50!

Assessment and Marking in Art & Design - worth £21.50!

These 10 tried and tested resources are designed to be practical, meaningful and efficient. Many share assessing objectives with your students from the start which is best practice. 1) Assessing a Drawing A grid to help assess an observational drawing. The grid looks at line, tone, shading, detail and accuracy. This could be used for teacher, peer or self assessment. 2) Assessing a Photograph An essential rubric for teaching students to assess their own photographs. I would use this with students who are new to photography. It looks at: Focus Background Composition Topic Lighting 3) Peer Marking and Self Assessing a Lino Print A useful resource to peer mark or self assess a lino print at the end of a project. Both forms are words document so fully editable. Both forms of assessment include questions with tick boxes and sections which students need to write in. 4) Peer Marking and Self Assessing Observational Drawing A simple table to fill in that your students can use to Self Assess or Assess their peers with. Stick the table in a sketchbook or on the back of a drawing. Share these assessment criteria with your students before they start working! This will show your students exactly what you are looking for! 5)Peer Marking and Self-Assessing Watercolor These simple tables for your students to fill in, ask all the right questions for them to analyse their work. There is a table for self assessment and a table for peer assessment 6) Marking a Drawing with a Target - Stickers Don't you find you are writing the same thing again and again when you mark drawing? The attached 7 pages of stickers will CUT YOUR MARKING TIME IN HALF as they give a target for the 7 most common mistakes. Stickers include targets for: improving the overall shape, not giving a drawing a dark outline, adding more detail, smoother shading, not working too faintly, not working too small, not smudging work. 7) Marking Art & Design Compositions - Stickers Don't you find that when you are marking compositions that you are writing the same thing again and again? These stickers address that problem! This set of stickers includes each type of error students make both as a target and as a Question. (I know that in some schools like mine, you have to mark with a question!) Targets and Questions include: annotation, identifying students best design, colour, contrast/tone, links to artists, quality of drawing, and using the space on the page well. 8) How do I mark AS & A Level Art? - A solution! How do you mark AS and A Level art in a meaningful way without writing on their work? How do you include peer and self assessment? How can you and your students see if they are fulfilling the assessment objectives at a glance? These two sheets, one for teacher marking, one for peer and self assessment, simple go in the back of their sketchbooks. They are divided into the 4 new assessment objects and you as teacher write how they are fulfilling the assessment objects, what is missing, what they can improve on. On the peer & self assessment sheets they do the same, and this can create an effective and relevant starter to any lesson. I have also uploaded an example of each that I have filled in with the sort of marking I would do, and the kind of response I would hope that students would write on the peer and self assessment sheet. I hope this gives you the idea of how I use these sheets. 9) How to Mark GCSE Art Coursework Meaningfully This is a two page document/table that I use (tried and tested over many years!) to mark Yr 10 and 11 GCSE course work. I stick this in the back of their sketchbooks. It gives me space to mark but also space for peer assessment and self assessment. I date the comments that I add. Students respond. I have included a copy that I have filled which has blue for the teachers comments and green for the students comments. (I'm not suggesting you should use specific colours - this is just to give you the idea!) It includes space to mark: Title Artist Research Page(s) Artists analysis Recording with Different Media Photography Development or Other pieces of Work Compositions It is a Word document so would be easy to tweek. I hope you find this useful and if you do please leave some positive feedback. 10) Strategies to Reduce Marking in Art There is no magic bullet to make marking disappear but try these strategies and you should see your marking load decrease! This 3 page document includes: One Clear Target Peer Marking and Self-Assessment A Verbal Feedback Stamp GCSE and A-level Tutorials Setting Meaningful Homework That Doesn't Need Marking (6 ideas) When You Mark / Time of Day Planning For The Above

By TheArtyTeacher

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ART. GCSE Art Exam 2017. AQA

ART. GCSE Art Exam 2017. AQA

This is a fully editable document providing a support framework for students as they start developing preparatory work for the Unit 2 Externally Set Task 2017. Equally suited for use with all endorsements - Art and Design, Applied, Fine art, Graphic Communication, Textile Design, Three-Dimensional Design and Photography. The document encourages students to address all four Assessment Objectives as they develop their ideas. It also sets out a week by week plan for the development of work. The plan, like everything else can be edited if necessary to suit the needs of your students.Also includes a printable Art Analysis prompt sheet to help students analyse the work of recognised artists.Please note: The exam questions are not reproduced within these documents as this would contravene Ofqual regulations. This document provides a framework / schedule which will allow students to develop work effectively irrespective of the question chosen.

By StartEducation

PICASSO Colour By Numbers Activity Sheet

PICASSO Colour By Numbers Activity Sheet

When your students are finished their project and they come to you with "I'm done!", you look at their work and they really are done. Way ahead of time! This is a really great time-filler activity, especially after an introduction to colour theory - as this sheet helps students revisit key terms about the colour wheel. My students love, love, love my hand drawn activity sheets. It went down well, right at the end our Picasso project. Illustrated by Lauren Little | @artoflol6 Wacky Picasso Projects: https://feedingstickfigures.com/ 10 Awesome Colour Theory Projects: https://feedingstickfigures.com/2016/11/18/10-awesome-colour-wheel-projects/(This download is a One-Sided Printable that would love to be reviewed!) www.FeedingStickFigures.com

By Feeding_Stick_Figures

Compositions Bundle

Compositions Bundle

Three resources to teach and mark compositions.Save over 40% with this bundle.1) Do your students struggle when creating compositions? This worksheet is designed to support students when they are creating compositions by making suggestions of things to consider. It asks them to think about different shapes, sizes, or even a series. It ends with ideas for annotation and a useful word bank. This is a Word document so you can tweek it to your needs should you wish. This worksheet puts you in control as you can give your class guidelines based on this resource. e.g. pick at least three of the shapes, make sure one idea is a series, make sure you cover all the annotation points.2) Don't you find that when you are marking compositions that you are writing the same thing again and again? These stickers address that problem! This set of stickers includes each type of error students make both as a target and as a Question. (I know that in some schools like mine, you have to mark with a question!) Targets and Questions include: annotation, identifying students best design, colour, contrast/tone, links to artists, quality of drawing, and using the space on the page well.3) Every child should receive this presentation in KS3 or 4. It covers what composition is and looks at:BalanceContrastFocusMovementPatternRhythmScale and ProportionUnityThere is a script within the presentation which you should print off before presenting. The presentation is animated. There are 10 slides but because of the animation students will look at 24 works of art.

By TheArtyTeacher