Art. Complete Art Resource Bundle for 2018 - 19. 41 files.

Art. Complete Art Resource Bundle for 2018 - 19. 41 files.

THE TOP SELLING ART RESOURCE has been updated for 2018-19. 41 individual art resources suitable for all stages of Secondary School Art. The current UK government workforce challenge report states that all staff should work from fully resourced schemes of study. This resource can provide this along with much more. It is equally suited to US and AUS education. Everything needed for primary and secondary art. Hopefully the extent of this resource can be seen by the size of the download. A huge resource (41 different downloads) comprising schemes of work, student and staff handbooks, support resources, image banks, marking schemes, policies, report comments, presentations, promotional materials and much more. Everything you need to get an Art Department up and running. The resource pack covers KS2, KS3, 4 and 5, but could also be adapted to support Art at Primary level. An invaluable tool for ensuring that your department is Ofsted ready! If you have found this resource useful, why not check out our other resources ...... there are over 1000 other Art education resources in the shop. You can visit by clicking here Why not follow us by clicking here for regular education news. Please don't forget to leave a comment. We value your views.
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Aboriginal Art Presentation and Resources

Aboriginal Art Presentation and Resources

One powerpoint presentation and 2 handout sheets to help students create artwork based on the theme of aboriginal art. The presentation involves lesson objectives, high order thinking questions and criteria for success. The activities focus upon aboriginal symbols and creating journey maps and stories. The presentation was originally created to be used with KS3 but it can be easily adapted for other year groups.
Hannah_Emi
Aboriginal Art: KS3 Scheme of work with exemplar work and visually engaging PowerPoint

Aboriginal Art: KS3 Scheme of work with exemplar work and visually engaging PowerPoint

This is an entire Scheme of work created to teach KS3 Art students about another culture (Aboriginal Art) whilst developing their Art and Design skills. It has been created to prepare students for OCR GCSE Art and develop their confidence in being independent and creative. This SOW covers 3 half terms work of work, gives background information on the art form and clear tasks, broken down into accessible sections with examples of work from students to support the task. Each slide has been carefully considered so that it visually engages the students and allows them to access the information and activities. This SOW has been taught to Y8 students but would be suitable for Y6/7 or 9 depending on abilities.
CBlake14
Aboriginal Story-Wayamba the Turtle

Aboriginal Story-Wayamba the Turtle

This Aboriginal story (language group unknown) is a creation story about turtles. It is in PowerPoint format. Use this story to provide an Aboriginal perspective in literacy. The title slide references the source of the story. The final slide provides a link to an animated version of the story of Wayamba (Wayambeh). Compare representations of the story. Ask students to make their own representation.
martinesmith81
Dreamtime Stories Class Activities

Dreamtime Stories Class Activities

Class Activity for Years 6/7 and 8 - Requires computers or Ipads Activity in 3 parts Part 1: Students are asked to read 2 Dreamtime stories and answer 5 questions on each. Students are provided with 2 excellent websites to use for their research. Part 2 : Students are led through an explanation of Aboriginal Art Symbols, looking specifically at how water and rain is represented in 2 Aboriginal artworks. Students answer questions about the works and construct their own symbols for water elements. Part 3 : Students will write their own dreamtime story and illustrate. Students are provided with a 4 step process for developing a dreamtime story and image. 10 Page Document.
teen91113
Creating an Australian Aboriginal style 'Dot' painting in Microsoft Word

Creating an Australian Aboriginal style 'Dot' painting in Microsoft Word

Instructions for creating an Australian Aboriginal style 'Dot' painting using the drawing tools in Microsoft Word. This resource will assist middle school art teachers in fulfilling the mandatory programming requirements in Visual Arts to do with both the study of Indigenous Australian Art and the use of Computing Technologies in Visual Arts (Australian Curriculum). It can be presented as a hand out for self-paced learning or kept by the teacher as a resource for guided instruction. The sample image in pdf format for digital display is also included. Please complete a review of this resource if you have found it useful.
kellyocs
AUSTRALIA -CULTURE AND DIVERSITY TEACHING RESOURCES -DISPLAY GEOGRAPHY HISTORY

AUSTRALIA -CULTURE AND DIVERSITY TEACHING RESOURCES -DISPLAY GEOGRAPHY HISTORY

RESOURCES INCLUDE: Interactive White Board Presentation – covering all the key facts about the country – such as history, geography, language, landmarks, tourism etc, scenes photo pack, food flashcards, animal flashcards and facts posters A4, sharks flashcards, alphabet flashcards, famous Australia people information and photo pack, long banner to head display, large lettering, display borders, extra large monument to make of the opera house for display, long banner ‘animals of Australia ‘, key word cards, Bunting with local colours, flags and lettering for display, flag tasks, maps and map tasks, number flashcards on flags, open and closed sign for airport, departure board with common words and letters, common phrases flashcards, photo posters pack, ordinal numbers flashcards, animal silhouettes, aboriginal art posters, A4 flags from around the world, design a surfboard task, make a poster, quiz, card matching game, passport and luggage to fill in, throwing game, shop task, jumping game, lunchbox task, animal colouring pages, sorting activity, drawing activities, treasure hunt game, Anzac biscuit recipe, tour guide badges, reward chart, postcard template, several animal poems with matching face masks and hand puppets, word search, size ordering task, story board, aeroplane photos, bingo game, hand writing sheets, counting lesson starters, writing frames and booklet cover, etc.
hayleyhill
Visual literacy in Aboriginal Studies

Visual literacy in Aboriginal Studies

This poster is part of a series demonstrating how the techniques of visual literacy can be applied in every subject so that students can deconstruct a visual image in order to find the hidden meanings behind the image. In this poster a screen shot of computer screen demonstrates the use of pose, lighting and tone, mood and atmosphere and audience. Visual literacy is a great way to help students build extended responses. There is a template on the second page that can be used as a scaffold.
WayneWoods