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STEM club Practical Challenges Collection

STEM club Practical Challenges Collection

A collection of STEM themed practical based challenges that can be used in STEM/Science clubs or for fun science lessons. Each activity includes a lesson plan with equipment list and instructions and a colourful student sheet. Activities include Army men launchers Labyrinth Game Bungee Barbie/Bungee Action Man Foosball Table Challenge Jacks Golden Egg Delivery Service Marble Runs Newspaper Shoes
marissa03
Custom Books

Custom Books

Custom Books is a resource created for a project with children who were in KS2-KS3. The resource may be useful for local history studies and as a stimulus for children to create their own chap book about a topic of their choosing. The project was awarded National Lottery funding, through the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and as part of our agreement we said we would create and share this resource. Context Children became researchers, finding out about the history of The Customs House and chap books. Chap Books were an early type of book made from a folded piece of paper. We were helped by The Word (National Centre for the Written Word) in South Shields and the National Libraries of Scotland. The young people used their research to create their own book, working with a heritage-arts educator, sharing their history of The Customs House with our community. Content The resource includes: Our research into chap books using The Word; National Centre for the Written Word local history collection in South Shields and information from The National Library of Scotland. Pages from our chap book about the history of The Customs House in South Shields and it’s impact on the town. Further Research • www.customshouse.co.uk/learning-participation/ • https://theworduk.org • https://www.nls.uk/ Written by Elizabeth Kane Learning Officer on behalf of The Customs House (2018) If you wish to offer any feedback please email Elizabeth@customshouse.co.uk With thanks to Catrin Galt from The Word and Dr Anette Hagan from NLS. Version 1 uploaded 21/6/2018
CustomsHouseLP
3 Dreadful Dragons

3 Dreadful Dragons

Two dragon display pictures feature here - a blue one clasping a diamond and a lazy red one, snoozing on a cloud; also a little clip art design of a fire-breathing dragon whizzing, swooping, blasting down through the sky (also red). These will inspire end-of-term drawing, colouring, writing and acting fun for your class, whatever their age and maturity. For more, see my earlier upload: 3 Crazy Dragons, or try the Dragon’s Menu.
katewilliams_poetry
Human Rights Jigsaw Classroom Display Activity Pack

Human Rights Jigsaw Classroom Display Activity Pack

Human Rights Jigsaw Classroom Display Activity Pack 3 PAGE pack of classroom-ready activities will enthuse and engage students. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 students to explore Human Rights This booklet has been created by a dedicated team of experts and will allow competition, peer reflection and SMSC. It can be used to revise the topic of Human Rights and create a fantastic display for your classroom through a range of stimulating exercises, encouraging discussion and liven up lessons through structured engagement between students. Can be used for a whole lesson on Human Rights. This resource will engage, educate and motivate your students – fantastic for quick and easy planning! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
thecre8tiveresources
Art and Christiantiy

Art and Christiantiy

Powerpoint contains information on four different ways that Christianity expresses its faith through art. Handout structures the information. Notes on each slide to show answers.
jblatch1
Literacy Place Mat for Art - A3 and A4

Literacy Place Mat for Art - A3 and A4

Help to get your resources organised for September and include a Art literacy place mat to ensure students reflect on their practical work and write purposefully about why they have completed the task. Laminate print outs in either A3 or A4 size.
Real3c
Thinking Hard - ART

Thinking Hard - ART

A set of four slides developed from the ‘Thinking Hard’ resources specifically for Art. Above and Beyond – can you work independently? Inspire students to work independently through a series of tasks that build from knowledge and understanding to analysis and application to flexibility of thinking. Why? Maximize the progress of students learning Students have leadership of actions to maximize the progress they make with their project Gain clear knowledge and an understanding of your learning skills and understanding How? Challenge for all students Record progress and development of identified skills through the personalised learning checklist Clear strategies to help students improve and make the progress we know they are capable of
Real3c
How to create a 'Teesha Moore' style illustrated mind map

How to create a 'Teesha Moore' style illustrated mind map

Ensure a new art project gets off on the right foot by teaching students how to investigate a theme and presenting the information in a fun and eye catching way. The end product of an illustrated mind map will include images, drawings and words related to the project theme. The words added can be from a group brainstorming sessions at the beginning of a lesson. The second slide shows a completed ‘Teesha Moore’ style mind map by an A-Level student. Laminate print outs and use a a hand out.
Real3c
Elements and Principles of Art Introduction Baseline Assessment

Elements and Principles of Art Introduction Baseline Assessment

A full half term introduction to art. PDF and editable words doc. Instructions for assessment. Information for pupils on what they should learn in year 7. This is resource is a mixture of techniques and assessment I have come across and used, and therefore not all directly my own ideas. Can be printed out as a booklet in any format of your choosing. Created after many year of aiming to assess beginners and embed vital key words. Lots of ways included to stimulate discussion, show examples and enable pupils to demonstrate what they have learnt. Very useful starter for introducing art & design.
Jennene01
Bird Box House Design and Make Scheme of Work Orphographic/isometric Sketching and Joining SOW

Bird Box House Design and Make Scheme of Work Orphographic/isometric Sketching and Joining SOW

Pupils’ love being creative with this hands-on project. Students are tasked with designing, marking out and manucfacturing a bird box out of a sheet material. Also Included are differentiated resources and student/teacher examples. In this series of lesson, students are introduced to the benefits of a bird house (contextual challenge), sketching techniques (rough, isometric, orphographic), joining methods and planning their making. The aims of the project are: Improve skills working with a range of tools & equipment To develop understanding of woods Improve understanding of wood working skills Introduction to SOW Initial sketching Joining Plan of making Production If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in this or other Product Design series/SOW (where the full iterative design process is covered). In this unit, pupils will gain an understanding into what is product design and the creative process of a designer, from initial ideas, final isometric sketching, writing a specification, prototyping and evaluating.
elliottwalker
2 of 8: Equality before the law. Freeborn Rights: what’s fair?

2 of 8: Equality before the law. Freeborn Rights: what’s fair?

Chapter 2 of 8: Equality before the law. Freeborn Rights: what’s fair? John Lilburne, Thomas Spence KS2: Fairness, rules, making yourself heard, printmaking techniques (Writing, Literacy, Citizenship, Art) KS3: Summarising information, writing in different forms of English, storyboarding to plan a narrative, printmaking techniques, phonetic alphabet (Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: Thanks to all our Freedom City Comics contributors: • Terry Wiley, working with researcher Rachel Hammersley • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
lyd_w
End of Term Tutor Time / PSHCE

End of Term Tutor Time / PSHCE

A fun and creative Citizenship / Tutor Time project lesson for students in the last week of term. Could be used for activities week in Humanities or just as a reward lesson the last time you see your class for the summer. Very easy to set up - you will just need a few balloons, string, sellotape, old clothes, felt tips and a any other boxes/construction materials you can find (just things that would usually be thrown in the recycling). The students work in small groups to research and recreate a famous political icon (info sheets and clip tasks included - all instructions on Powerpoint). The lesson can last as long as you want it to, and I gave prizes of sweets at the end for the best one - but that’s optional! My students really enjoyed it and we took pictures at the end for the school website. Hopefully yours will love it too. I’m going to be adding lots more free PSHCE lessons over the coming months. Follow me to see when they’re uploaded! :)
EC_Resources
Report comments, School Report Writer format (1000s!)

Report comments, School Report Writer format (1000s!)

Report comments: Primary, Secondary, Middle Years, Art, Music, PE, Maths, English, Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, ICT, Geography, General comments, Dance, Graphics, Design, Woodwork, History, Humanities, Creative Writing, House Reports, Psychology, Sociology, Reading, Writing, Citizenship, Preschool, Adult literacy & more. All comments are in School Report Writer format. Enjoy!
playingmytune
Colour Self Portrait Project - Year 7

Colour Self Portrait Project - Year 7

12 Lessons to help develop skills in colour theory, portraiture and working in the style of an artist. Students produce a final piece based on the work of Jon Burgerman. All slides include Lesson Objectives, Success Criteria and Tasks. Some slides include starter and connect activities.
jessicarape
Markmaking Drawing Examples - KS3 / KS4

Markmaking Drawing Examples - KS3 / KS4

Resource sheet to support the production of effective markmaking when drawing in pencil, pen or other media. Work sheet provides ideas for students to take inspiration from to help generate textures and surface pattern when drawing from Primary or Secondary resources. Works best when printed off A3 as original document was created. Produced by Author - R Evans no alternative copyright obligations
rvevans88
Ceramic Glazing

Ceramic Glazing

A lesson based on glazing a ceramic piece for use with KS3 TO 4. Encourages students to document work in their sketchbook and work on their final clay outcome. Useful information on glaze and how to apply glaze to a ceramic piece.
Chrissylouisewest
Art & Design Homework Booklet - KS3

Art & Design Homework Booklet - KS3

Art & Design Homework Booklet - KS3 Originally designed for Year 8 but can be easily adapted. 22 pages of activities. Each activity has a L.O. and criteria for success. Differentiation is included in the form of Gold/Silver/Bronze. Assessment is included in the form of self/peer/parent feedback.
Hannah_Emi
Art & Design Homework Booklet - KS3

Art & Design Homework Booklet - KS3

Art & Design Homework Booklet - KS3 Originally designed for Year 7 but can be easily adapted. 19 pages of activities. Each activity has a L.O. and criteria for success. Differentiation is included in the form of Gold/Silver/Bronze. Assessment is included in the form of self/peer/parent feedback.
Hannah_Emi
Outdoor art - landscape painting

Outdoor art - landscape painting

Real artists spend their lives studying objects in their natural settings but often art lessons are inside. This gives some great pointers for getting outside. Part of a set. Check out the rest.
Bonterre
Art and Design Microscopic KS4/KS3 Project

Art and Design Microscopic KS4/KS3 Project

This pack includes a 20 page presentation which includes numerous tasks relating to the theme of microscopic. The task include drawing, painting and ceramic outcomes. Differentiation is included in the form of bronze/silver/gold criteria for success and questioning. There are also worksheets with contextual links, this is over 10+ pages. The contextual links include an easy to follow writing frame. There is also a Peter Change homework task.
Hannah_Emi
Comics in Classrooms: Full Bundle Lessons 1-11 (3 Weeks of Lessons!

Comics in Classrooms: Full Bundle Lessons 1-11 (3 Weeks of Lessons!

This is much more than an art lesson unit! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! Lessons 1-10 lead up to Lesson 11, where students put it all together in “Make a Comic”. All of the lessons(included in the above bundle) are listed here, and can be used independently. All documents are pdfs. Each Lesson Includes (at minimum): 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout 1 General Classwork Assignment 1 Advanced Classwork Assignment 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet Lessons Include: Introduction to Comics Composition Faces Emotions Panels Backgrounds Panel Variety Using Text Characters Style and Symbols put it all together and…MAKE A COMIC PROJECT! Bundle also provides 30 Blank Comic Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Teacher Appreciation and EOY Cards and Comics Kit!

Teacher Appreciation and EOY Cards and Comics Kit!

Honor Teachers with cards, pictures to decorate bags, and a variety of visuals! OR make an exciting comic cover and comic pages with guided prompts! Perfect for the Superhero TEACHER, EDUCATOR, or COACH! With all the seasons, holidays, awareness themes, and special school days, a teacher sure has a lot to plan!Let Illumismart make it EASIER for YOU (and your students!) with this Teacher Appreciation/End of Year activity kit. Check out more Comics in Classrooms for 4th-9th grade! <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/30-comic-book-and-comic-strip-templates-graphic-novels-visual-notes-11913713”>Comics in Classrooms Lessons 1-11 BUNDLE</a> <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/30-comic-book-and-comic-strip-templates-graphic-novels-visual-notes-11913713”>30 Blank Comic Templates</a> <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/comics-in-classrooms-lesson-making-comics-class-project-11913645”>Lesson 11- Making Comics (Class Project)</a> …and more to come!
IllumismartClipArt
30 Comic Book and Comic Strip Templates! Graphic Novels! Visual Notes!

30 Comic Book and Comic Strip Templates! Graphic Novels! Visual Notes!

These comic templates are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! Note: Psst… All Comics in Classrooms Lessons 2-11 come WITH this set! (Including the Bundle!) Pages Include- Rough Draft page for Single Panel Comic. Includes guidelines for composition, narration, dialogue space, and drawing space. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating. (Book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) Second Draft page for Single Panel Comic. Includes panel outline only. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating (book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) (Final drafts work best on stronger paper with size and quality determined by teacher.) Rough Draft page for Comic Strip (horizontal 4 Panels). Includes guidelines for composition, narration, dialogue space, and drawing space. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating. (Book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) Second Draft page for Comic Strip. Includes panel outline only. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating (book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) (Final drafts work best on stronger paper with size and quality determined by teacher.) Rough Draft page for Comic Cover (Vertical). Includes guidelines for composition, directions, tips, and boxes. Second Draft page for Comic Strip. Includes cover outline only. (Final drafts work best on stronger paper with size and quality determined by teacher.) Templates for Comic Pages (vertical page with multiple panels). These are considered advanced and are better suited to students who have already completed a comic strip or demonstrated mastery of the subject matter. “Quick” Versions of Single Panel, Comic Strip, Comic Page, and Comic Cover. These simple blanks are intended for teachers who want to make a quick comic assignment for classwork or homework. This is good for a single-use assignment that does not require additional drafts and is not part of a big project. Check our the BUNDLE: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/comics-in-classrooms-full-bundle-lessons-1-11-3-weeks-of-lessons-11914325
IllumismartClipArt
Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Composition for Comic Projects

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Composition for Comic Projects

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing cartoon character faces. Uses guidelines and tips for any styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Composition) Assignment-Composition Advanced Assignment- Composition Continued 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Composition) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
IllumismartClipArt
Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Drawing Cartoon Character Faces

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Drawing Cartoon Character Faces

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing cartoon character faces. Uses guidelines and tips for any styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Faces) Assignment-Drawing Face Advanced Assignment- Advanced Face Drawing 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Finding Faces) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
IllumismartClipArt
Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Basic Panels for Comic Strips and Pages

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Basic Panels for Comic Strips and Pages

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on creating better backgrounds and immersing a character in a visually interesting environment. Improve all types of styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Panels) Assignment-Panels Advanced Assignment- Panels (extended) 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Panels with Purpose) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Settings and Backgrounds

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Settings and Backgrounds

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on creating better backgrounds and immersing a character in a visually interesting environment. Improve all types of styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Better Backgrounds) Assignment- Believable Backgrounds Advanced Assignment- Mood 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Panels with Purpose) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Panel Variety and POV

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Panel Variety and POV

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on using a variety of panels and considering POV. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! This lesson expands upon Lesson 5 (Basic Panels) and introduces more challenging and creative ways to use them. All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Panel POV examples) Assignment- Panel Predicament Advanced Assignment- Panel Pandemonium 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Panels with Purpose) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Using Comic Book Onomatopoeia and Text

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Using Comic Book Onomatopoeia and Text

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on using text successfully in comics. Includes discussion of onomatopoeia, narration, word balloons, and Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Using Text Examples) Assignment- Test the Text Advanced Assignment- Onomatopoeia 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Find a Font) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Characters- Writing and Visual Design

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Characters- Writing and Visual Design

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on creating characters and combining a well written character with interesting visuals. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Characters) Character Sheet Page 1 Character Sheet Page 2 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Characters) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Style and Symbols

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Style and Symbols

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing styles and using symbols. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Style Guide) 1 General Classwork Assignment (Style) 1 General Classwork Assignment (Symbols) 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Select a Symbol) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Art Scheme of Work - Drawing Styles

Art Scheme of Work - Drawing Styles

A 10 lesson scheme of work for **KS3 **students. The scheme introduces students to a wide range off drawing styles and techniques, from formal tonal work to expressive collage and use of unusual materials such as salt. The aim is to show students that there are many ways of drawing and that they shouldn’t be afraid to experiment. Each lesson requires approximately an hour to deliver. Homework ideas are also included. Other information provided includes health and safely / risk assessment, learning skills, materials list, artist references (please note that no artist images are included for copyright reasons) and four example images of student outcomes. This is a 6 page resource. **Why not also check out our top selling Art resource, The Complete Art Curriculum https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/art-key-stage-3-complete-art-curriculum-2018-11618776 **
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Making Comics Class Project

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Making Comics Class Project

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! Lessons 1-10 lead up to THIS Lesson 11, where students put it all together in “Make a Comic”. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 2 Comic Review Pages 4 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook (Drafts, Peer Conferences, Inking, and Comic Covers) Comic Project Outline Comic Project Checklist Feedback Form (Checklist) Peer Conference Checklist Alternate Comic Proposal My Comic Portfolio Cover Sheet This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment. This product (Comics in Classrooms-Lesson 11 Making Comics) may be used for personal, educational, and non-commercial use. This bundle/images contained is for private/classroom use only. Please consider purchasing Illumismart Clip-Art for your products. Individuals may not remove images from the guide or sell/resell/distribute the images/documents individually or in bundled packets. This visual may not be distributed on any site, for profit or non-profit use. Images may not be lifted from the document and used as clip-art or in any other projects or products.
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Who is Henri Matisse?

Who is Henri Matisse?

Biography of Fauvism Artist, Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954). Developed on grey background to support visual learning needs.
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