A scheme of work (Power Point) with ready to go lessons that explores Pop Art and key artists.
The PP slides include questions, discussions, examples, worksheets and tasks.
Main body of work- Onomatopoeia wording & self-portraits.
Designed for: KS3
Topic/Project should last 5/6 weeks.
A unit of 7 lessons (adaptable) that introduces students to Edward Tinga Tinga and the African culture in the form of designing a research page before moving onto the focus of TINGA TINGA Animals.
The PowerPoint includes extension tasks, hand-outs and hand-made visual guides that explore tinga tinga animals. Starter activities and ‘Do Now’ tasks are threaded throughout.
Students enjoy exploring Tinga Tinga style animals, how to draw them, how to blend and shade, and also how to incorporate watercolour paints into their designs.
Ideal for KS3
A PowerPoint that explores the work of sculpture artists Henry Moore & Barbara Hepworth.
Designed for KS3 Students (Year 8/9)
This project introduces students to the artists, uses many different drawing styles as well as printing.
The topic ends with students producing their own mini scultpures inspired by the artists.
Includes visual examples of all stages of the project (drawings, prints, sculptures)
This jam packed graffiti project follows 7 separate lessons (can easily be more as some tasks stretch over more than one lesson).
Students learn and explore different styles of graffiti, from TAG to perspective to designing their own characters- All of which allows students to progress onto creating their own graffiti style composition.
In this topic students learn about various artists- Keith Haring, Banksy, King Robbo.
Students are introduced to Hundertwasser, his work and the use of watercolours. (4-5 week lessons)
Students will create a Fact page: analysing his work and learning about key facts, before going on to look at the relationship with colours and how too apply this to their work.
Visual examples are embedded throughout the Power Point.
Students can explore shapes, shading, blending and colour with this Robot Power Point.
Designed perfectly for Year 7 students, starts off with basic shape knowledge, progresses onto robot designs.
The file contains visual examples, and stage criteria of work produced by students.
This Marine Life topic allows students to explore under the sea creatures while simultaneously developing their art skills.
Colour Theory Knowledge
The PowerPoint follows a 7 week term (can be adapted) that ensures students are creating something different each lesson, before moving on to planning their own under the sea composition.
Included: Do now(starter activities), visual examples of past students work, Page measurements, Links to videos.
A perfect scheme of work that introduces students to Pop Art. The Power Point includes visual examples, hand out sheets and clear explanations.
Artist research x2
Colour Theory task
Ben day dots task