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Santa Transformations GCSE

Santa Transformations GCSE

If you are a little jaded with transforming triangles, quadrilaterals, ........... here is Santa to introduce transforming shapes, it makes an entertaining introduction. FYI there are 71 coordinates to transform. If there are any errors or omissions please email jforsythe@passion4maths.com
JennyF100
African Art - John Muafangejo - Fact file and examples of his artwork

African Art - John Muafangejo - Fact file and examples of his artwork

In this resource I have put together a brief fact file of Namibian Artist - John Muafangejo. This resource also inlcudes 5 pages of his most iconic artwork. This resource would be a great starting point for anyone studying woodcut, linocut and etchings, and provide the stimulus to be a great introductory page in a sketchbook. I have used this artwork as a stimulus for a project with my Year 6 class. These images are bold and striking and ALL the children in my Year 6 class achieved their own interpretation of his work. We used black and white acrylic paint and MDF boards and the results were stunning. Enjoy!
rich4ruth
School trip. ART GALLERY VISIT. A Practical Guide for Students.

School trip. ART GALLERY VISIT. A Practical Guide for Students.

Are you taking students to an art gallery? If so, this resource might help. It explains to students how to behave in a gallery setting and how to really get the best from the experience. A series of tasks ensure that students fully engage with the artwork and collect valuable information through note taking, photography and sketching that can then be expanded upon once back in the classroom. Ideal for Key Stage 3 and GCSE Art students. The resource is print friendly and can be given to students as a work book to use in the gallery. 17 pages.
StartEducation
Piet Mondrian Fact file and examples of his work

Piet Mondrian Fact file and examples of his work

This resource contains some great examples of the work of Piet Mondrian and a brief two page fact file about this fabulous Dutch painter. This resource would provide pupils or students with a good basic understanding of this artist and would be useful for completing background work for a sketchbook, or as a starting point for further exploration. This resource has been updated and improved and now contains a two page fact file and a further page of images. This resource was downloaded over 700 times as a free resource.
rich4ruth
POSTER MAKING: PRESENTATION

POSTER MAKING: PRESENTATION

A Lesson Presentation on Poster Making. This presentation presents ready to use resources that will help you to walk into the classroom with ready to teach confidence as it covers all that you need for a lesson on Poster Making. This Presentation Includes: 1. Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Find the Question 2. Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes 3. Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links 4. Flipped Lesson Part - Video on How to make an Academic Poster 5. Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – (2) 6. Space for Peer Teaching - Key Points for Poster Designing 7. Collaborative Group Task – Comment on the Language 8. Differentiated Activity that provides Learning Opportunity for Level Learners 9. Assessment Criteria and Rubrics to state the Outcome Expected 10. Plenary that Assesses Learning Outcomes 11. Home Learning for Reinforcement 12. Skills to be addressed during the Lesson Teachers can use this presentation to give a complete knowledge and understanding of Poster Making to the learners, thereby helping them to enhance their creative skills.
john421969
St. George and the Dragon: Black card stained glass paper cut out project with tissue paper

St. George and the Dragon: Black card stained glass paper cut out project with tissue paper

There are two powerpoints - one focuses on the St. George images and the other on Marc Chagall. In the project students use their imagination and to draw dragons and St. George scene and to tell a story about this. Students look at the Stained Glass artist Marc Chagall and then make up their St. George story on paper to transfer to black paper. Students will need to use a stanley knife and safety working with blades is imperative for this project. Students need to have very simple designs and stylise their drawings into basic shapes. WEEKLY Plan Two lessons weekly 7 weeks to 1/2To look at examples of St George and the Dragon and to draw out one’s own St. George and Dragon picture. 1/2. To look at examples of Stained Glass windows and look at the artist Marc Chagall. 3/4 To simplify the designs of St. George and the Dragon into thick lines and shapes to transfer onto black paper with chalk. 5 /6 To trace designs onto black paper shapes and begin to cut the negative shapes around the lines. To simplify these lines one can take the students to a computer room and do a basic symmetry pattern and lay this over their drawing and students begin to simplify the shapes into geometric forms. 7 / 8.- To make up a sheet of tissue paper on plastic paper to put behind the black paper cut out. Tear or cut the tissue paper into shapes at random and just lay this down on plastic with PVA glue. When this is dry the tissue paper will peel off the plastic. 11 / 12 – To continue to draw into black paper and put together. 13 – Evaluation of project To design a picture of St. George and the dragon’ on paper using resources in the first powerpoint. To refine the details of the designs into simple outlines-Teachers could photocopy and enlarge details to help students. To look at the Stained Glass artist Marc Chagall (second powerpoint) and to think how they could use his style in their work To transfer designs to black paper and to cut the negative shapes around the lines using the stanley knife. To make a sheet of coloured paper on a plastic sheet using PVA glue and tissue paper.
cccamp
Cubism 3D construction from Celebrity Collage and learning about Analytical Cubism

Cubism 3D construction from Celebrity Collage and learning about Analytical Cubism

This is a series of powerpoints 5 lessons for students to learn to paint a Cubist painting using a celebrity picture and complementary colours. Students to gain an understanding of Analytical Cubism and how to fragment a picture into geometric shapes and then learn to paint it in complementary colours. Students then further develop this into a 3D sculpture and make a construction mobile cutting a copy of the painting into shapes. WEEKLY PLAN 1 – To look at the elements of Art and begin to do basic line exercises and learn about Cubism 2 - To learn about Colour theory and do do a colour-wheel painting and give a definition for colour. 3.- To learn to mix colours and to do a basic colour wheel. 4 – To make a collage of a famous celebrity artist and to complete presentation on Cubism in books. 5 – To make a tracing of collage of Celebrity onto paper and complete Cubism presentation in books. 6 /7 – To divide class into Complementary colours and to learn to mix paints and to begin to paint detail. 8 – To paste painting onto Cardboard Ceareal box and to paint the back of the box 9 To construct with glue gun and to cut into shapes to form a hanging mobile. 10 – Evaluation of project
cccamp
Discover Jordan ART BUNDLE

Discover Jordan ART BUNDLE

This unit has been designed for children to learn about different places in Jordan while learning about different contemporary Jordanian artists. After learning about aspects of different places, children will design a piece of art in the style of a specific artist. Amman - Hani Alqam; Jerash: Nissa Raad; Petra - Juman Nimri; Wadi Rum - Ghada Dahdaleh A digital copy is also shared for editing and sharing on Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington
Discover Jordan: Wadi Rum

Discover Jordan: Wadi Rum

This unit is part of a larger set (Discover Jordan). It focuses on teaching children about Wadi Rum desert before the children do a Jordanian artist study on Ghada Dahdaleh and create their own pieces of art influenced by them. A digital copy is also shared for editing and sharing on Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington
Discover Jordan: Petra

Discover Jordan: Petra

This unit is part of a larger set (Discover Jordan). It focuses on teaching children about the different sights in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Petra before the children do a Jordanian artist study on Juman Numri and create their own pieces of art influenced by them. A digital copy is also shared for editing and sharing on Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington
Discover Jordan: Jerash

Discover Jordan: Jerash

This unit is part of a larger set (Discover Jordan). It focuses on teaching children about the different parts of the Roman ruins of Jerash while studying the art of Nissa Raad. A digital copy is also shared for editing and sharing on Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington
Discover Jordan: Amman

Discover Jordan: Amman

This unit is part of a larger set (Discover Jordan). It focuses on teaching children about the history of Amman with focuses on the Citadel and the Amphitheatre before the children do a Jordanian artist study on Hani Alqam and Nissa Raad and create their own pieces of art influenced by them. A digital copy is also shared for editing and sharing on Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington