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.
Planned out lesson with a range of activities to do with mark making.
Suitable for year 9 plus. Was planned as a KS4 lesson.
Encourages students to practice mark making to create texture and to take this forward into drawing form.
A presentation of collected images based on the 2017 Edexcel exam theme Beginning and/or End.
14 slides including some suggested artists. Resource can be used to help trigger ideas and to support activities in the sketchbook.
A detailed PPT of 40 slides based on artists students can research for the Edexcel exam theme: Beginning and or End.
Contains artists linked to each of the sub topics: People, Places, Objects, Nature, Imagination.
Will support individuals and whole class when needing to link ideas to artists or as inspiration throughout the topic.
Presentation covering a range of issues related to food including obesity, sugar, environmental issues, recycling - 9 slides after title slide. Many of these are linked to artists or topics for further research and investigation.
Useful for whole class food projects at GCSE, AS and A2 or for individual students wishing to research the topic of food.
IMAGES AND ARTISTS BASED ON THE FOLLOWING:
OUT OF PLACE
USEFUL FOR INDIVIDUALS OR WHOLE CLASS WHEN MIND MAPPING OR EXPLORING POTENTIAL STARTING POINTS.
This lesson familiarises students with the equipment they will come across when working with clay.
Students are encouraged to make a 3D design based on a previous drawing or template. This lesson encourages students to use the correct specialist language when experimenting with this material in its early stages.
1 to 9 labels which allow you to indicate target and current grade. Useful for the front of sketchbooks or individual pieces of work.
These could be printed on sticker/label paper to make attaching easier.
Presentation based on how to create a ceramic portrait in the style of artist Julian Opie. Guides students through designing a personal Opie style portrait and how to transfer the image onto clay to work in relief. Could be used with self drying or kiln fired clay if students want to use glaze.