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IMAGINE! Christmas Writing and Design Prompts.

IMAGINE! Christmas Writing and Design Prompts.

A versatile and engaging cross-curriculum Christmas resource to spark students imaginations! This resource comprises eight suggestions for a variety of imaginative and persuasive writing projects, each task offering an opportunity to incorporate an art and design element. Students will be able to work independently or collaboratively on the tasks. The prompts provide creative inspiration for every writer. Suggested texts include narrative, play or film scripts, news report, advertising (print and screen), comic strip, poetry, parody, menu, invitations and social media mock-ups. Choose a class task that supports your current literacy focus, (or series of task) or allow students to choose their own.
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Bullying Play, Primary school  Screen Play Script.

Bullying Play, Primary school Screen Play Script.

This is a tried and tested Script, created for a after school drama club. It was performed and filmed by a mixture of Lower and Upper KS2 children and uploaded onto the school's website. It would be perfect for an ICT, Drama Club or PSHE project. It also highlights 'first days' and transition along with sibling and peer relationships. It has an appropriate ending to promote 'doing the right thing' and forgiveness I give permission for the names and genders to be changed to suit the group performing. Please leave a review to help others thinking of purchasing. ******A stage play script and High school version will be uploaded shortly******
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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.
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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
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2017 Advent Gospel Reflection Calendar

2017 Advent Gospel Reflection Calendar

This calendar includes the (Roman Catholic) Gospel Readings for Advent 2017 and a key word or theme from each reading. (The four Sundays also include the traditional Sunday themes). A cross-curriculum resource for Religious Education, Literacy and Art, a printable PDF calendar slide is included (see cover image) as well as an editable PowerPoint file. Suggestions for use: As a personal, class, family or group resource for daily Scripture readings, prayer, reflection and discussion through Advent. As Advent Journal Writing prompts. As Advent Art Journal prompts (or combine with written journal). Include realistic and symbolic interpretations of the daily readings and the themes., or render the keywords and themes in artistic lettering. (Graffiti style, bubble writing, calligraphy). As Advent Photo / Collage Prompts, either in journal style or as a single large display.. Take or collect photographs representing the themes of the daily readings. As an organisational guide for collaborative or individual projects where groups or individuals are responsible for preparing a presentation based on each day (presentations may include drama or dramatic reading, music, movement, artwork, ICT elements, prayer etc).
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Cinematography Worksheet

Cinematography Worksheet

This 2-page pdf worksheet has been taken out of our popular Cinematography Course for grade 5-6 students. This worksheet was created with teachers and professional filmmakers who have worked on films such as Happy Feet, The Great Gatsby and Prometheus. It's a great introduction to cinematography that aids teaching your students about camera angles, shot sizes and camera moves. Our cinematography course is specially created for teachers to teach directly in class using any device and screen. Take a look at our course here: https://courses.beateducation.com.au/courses/cinematography Workshop Time: 40-60mins Students will learn: 1. The names of different camera angles 2. How to use camera angles to help tell a story.
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Cutting Practice Scissor Skill Worksheets {School Themed}

Cutting Practice Scissor Skill Worksheets {School Themed}

Do your students need extra practice cutting and using scissors? These are perfect for a fun fine motor activity that is great for Preschool, Kindergarten, or occupational therapy ! Included are 45 practice sheets for cutting straight lines, curved lines, zigzag lines, and mixed practice.
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Fall Craft {Squirrel Craft and Emergent Reader Booklet}

Fall Craft {Squirrel Craft and Emergent Reader Booklet}

Fall Squirrel Craft and Activity is a fun and simple way to celebrate autumn. Your students will love creating a bushy leaf tail squirrel (template, list of materials, and 2 direction options included) to hang on the bulletin board. Also included is a cut, color, assemble, and read MINI- BOOKLET all about the Brown Squirrel.
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Cutting Practice Scissor Skill Worksheets {Thanksgiving}

Cutting Practice Scissor Skill Worksheets {Thanksgiving}

Do your students need extra practice cutting and using scissors? These are perfect for a fun fine motor activity that is great for Preschool, Kindergarten, or occupational therapy ! Included are 22 Thanksgiving themed practice sheets for cutting straight lines, curved lines, zigzag lines, snipping, and mixed practice.
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Advent Arts

Advent Arts

Engage in a creative Christmas countdown, while learning in visual arts, literacy and religious education. These activities are adaptable for a range of ages and abilities and encourage creative thinking and expression, visually and verbally.
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