This is a full mini unit with tasks and exemplar material for students to create independent work from home. Three differentiated tasks support students to work from Sarah Graham’s paintings, and three differentiated optional extension tasks give students the freedom to develop their own creativity upon the them of lollipops.
A tribute to an icon - full home learning resource. Differentiated resource with 3 coke drawing tasks with exemplar material and step by step guides, drawing upon inspiration of the work of Andy Warhol. Additional extension tasks feature 3 differentiated tasks to create a limited edition coca cola bottle design, also with exemplar material for visual reference.
Sweet treats Wayne Thiebaud home learning project is a full mini project with differentiated tasks for students to complete. Students are tasked to investigate and respond to the work of Wayne Thiebauld, with a writing frame to do so. Creative extension tasks include painting with household items such as tea, coffee and beetroot juice. This resource is fully illustrated with exemplar work.
A full mini unit looking at the work of Keith Haring. 3 differentiated tasks are set, working in the style of Keith Haring, and 3 creative extension tasks are set. With examplar material and step by step guides too. This home learning project has options for students to engage with whatever equipment and materials they have access to at home.
This is a mini unit of work, looking and responding to the work of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Students develop their own artwork through a series of guided steps. With 3 options of engagement and outcome the work is differentiated to the learner.
This is a fully illustrated unit of work which takes the student step by step through engaging research questioning, responding to current works of art, and developing their own personal response.
In split screen teaching a teacher will have the learning objectives or conceptual understanding, i.e. “What am I learning about?” on the one hand and at the same time, specific learning objectives about how the learning is happening, “What am I learning to do and be?” These cards are designed to support the "what am I learning to do" through prompts that encourage regular reflection during the unit or lessons to identify this.
This is a resource that has been very successful in aiding students to write about art, particularly useful with KS3 students and as a stepping stone for GCSE students to start commentary about artworks. It uses the acronym S.E.M.I. which stands for Subject, Element, Media and Intent.
Wayne Thiebaud pop art inspired donut drawing lesson. This home learning resource is created with the intention of creating an accurate detailed drawing from a photograph, using the grid method. Included is a task sheet and a set of differentiated gridded images for students to work from.