Big Fish Bundle - Drawing & Creating (Animals)

Big Fish Bundle - Drawing & Creating (Animals)

Fantastic value fish drawing resources. 20 pages! There are image resources of black and white fish, photographs of fish and traditional fish drawings. There are resources that look at fish texture, and there are fish grid drawings.
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'Talking About Art' Starter Activity

'Talking About Art' Starter Activity

Use the 'Talking About Art' placemat as a stimulus when asking your students to talk about art. The attached word document explains how to use the placemat for a starter activity, where you divide your class into groups and give them time to discuss the sentence starters, and then you ask for feedback. I have also provided a blank 'Talking About Art' worksheet should you want a written response. A really useful starter that could be used with any artist or artwork. Art literacy.
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Bonnard Venn Diagram

Bonnard Venn Diagram

Art, Maths & Literacy! It's not always easy to introduce maths and literacy into an art lesson but by using this Venn Diagram for analysis you are doing just that. Pupils write about each picture and then in the middle of the diagram write what the similarities between the two artworks are. Simple! I have included a large version of each artwork as they are very detailed. Why not buy this as part of my Venn Diagram bundle? www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Art Analysis Venn Diagrams (Art, Litercy, Maths)

Art Analysis Venn Diagrams (Art, Litercy, Maths)

Deliver the perfect lesson that incorporates art, literacy and maths with these 10 Art analysis Venn Diagrams. Artists include: Arcimboldo Cezanne Franz Marc Heri Rousseau Kandinsky Mondrian Paul Klee Van Gogh - Two Portraits Van Gogh - Starry Night and a Landscape Van Gogh - Sunflowers and Iris's
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Blooms Taxonomy For Art

Blooms Taxonomy For Art

I have rewritten Blooms Taxonomy for art. The questions are now art specific. This one page resource is essential for higher order questioning, brilliant for differentiation. This is great for your department handbook! This is fantastic if you want to use questioning in an observed lesson. Why not attach this to your lesson plan? Take a look at my 'Art Questioning and Literacy Bundle' by clicking on the link below, which also contains my Blooms Art Question Cards. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Sentence Starters for Annotating Sketchbooks

Sentence Starters for Annotating Sketchbooks

Support your students when annotating their sketchbooks with these sentence starters. Areas covered include: Artist Research Pages Experimenting with Different Media Content Development Personal Response Reviewing Compositions This resource also includes some good examples of annotation in the black boxes. Click on my name above to see over 300 Art Teacher Resources.
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Art Questioning & Literacy Bundle.

Art Questioning & Literacy Bundle.

Save over 50% on this five resource bundle which features some of my most popular resources: 'Talking About Art' starter activity. This is a placemat which gets your students talking about any artwork using sentence starters. Blooms Taxonomy was used to create this mat and so is great for all learners. The 'Art & Design Glossary' is a simple and easy way to incorporate literacy into your lessons and evidence it for inspection. Blooms Taxonomy For Art has been developed to make questioning subject specific for art. This is great for your handbook, great when planning or just to pick up and glance at when questioning a class. Blooms Taxonomy for Art Question Cards - let your students do the work! Distribute these cards to students and let them come up with their own questions to ask themselves or each other. The 'Writing About Art Literacy mat' encourages students to write a sentence about each of the given categories. An example is also included on the mat. All these resources will help you to easily include and evidence literacy in your art lessons. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Annotating Sketchbooks Bundle

Annotating Sketchbooks Bundle

These four resources combine to make an effective annotation toolkit! 1. ANNOTATING SKETCHBOOKS PRESENTATION (18 Slides) An essential presentation for GCSE and A Level which explains and gives excellent examples of how to annotate a sketchbook page. I really saw an improvement in annotation after showing my students this! The presentation includes a SCRIPT which you should print out before presenting by going to File>print>notes page>print. The presentation looks at: ~ The difference between writing and annotation. (Both are fine!) ~ Recording on location ~ Research Pages - what annotation should be included ~ How to annotate working with different media and colours ~ How to annotate development work All the sketchbook pages included are inspirational! 2. SENTENCE STARTERS FOR ANNOTATING SKETCHBOOKS* Support your students when annotating their sketchbooks with these sentence starters. Areas covered include: Artist Research Pages Experimenting with Different Media Content Development Personal Response Reviewing Compositions This resource also includes some good examples of annotation in the black boxes. 3. Art Annotation - Annotating My Work A useful art resource to support students annotating their own work. It is complete with sentence starters and a good example. 4. Art Annotation - Artists Work A super useful resource to support students when they annotate an artists work/research page. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Writing About Art Literacy Mat

Writing About Art Literacy Mat

A really fantastic place-mat to support writing about art. Simply ask you students to write a sentence about each of the categories e.g. line, tone, texture etc using the adjectives provided. This has been designed to work with any artwork. An example is also included on the place-mat using a painting by Cezanne. I always tell students that they don't need to limit themselves to the words on the list, so this provides support for those who need it but also lets other students fly! This could also be used for gallery education. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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Eye Grid Drawing #1

Eye Grid Drawing #1

Eye Grid Drawing #1 Excellent for teaching line, tone and detail. Perfect classwork or homework for portrait drawing projects. See the link to the right to buy this as part of a bundle.
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Annotating Sketchbooks Presentation

Annotating Sketchbooks Presentation

An essential presentation for GCSE and A Level which explains and gives excellent examples of how to annotate a sketchbook page. I really saw an improvement in annotation after showing my students this! The presentation includes a SCRIPT which you should print out before presenting by going to File>print>notes page>print. The presentation looks at: ~ Where AQA mentions vocabulary in the specification and where it mentions 'written communitation' in the assessment objectives grid. (Delete this slide if you're not AQA!) ~ The difference between writing and annotation. (Both are fine!) ~ Recording on location ~ Good and bad annotation ~ Research Pages - what annotation should be included ~ How to annotate working with different media and colours ~ How to annotate development work All the sketchbook pages included are inspirational! For just £1 more you could have my 'Annotation Bundle of Resources'. This includes this presentation and two more resources. Just click on the link to the right of this resource.
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Art Cover Sub Lessons - great end of year / term lessons

Art Cover Sub Lessons - great end of year / term lessons

9 Art Cover Lessons (Sub Lessons) that will really keep your students busy. These worksheets include drawing eyes, features of the face, sweets, natural forms and mark making so it will be easy to find something that is appropriate for your class.
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Literacy - Blooms Taxonomy for Art Question Cards - great starter!

Literacy - Blooms Taxonomy for Art Question Cards - great starter!

Use as a starter or in any lesson where you want students to analyse and talk about an artwork. Distribute one of the cards to each small group of students. Give them thinking time to answer the questions. Get each group to feed back! Simple! I have a set of these that I have laminated as they are useful in so many lessons. Differentiate: group your class by ability and give the high order questioning to the more able. These cards are based on Blooms Taxonomy and cover Knowledge, Understanding, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation. Take a look at my 'Art Questioning and Literacy' bundle by clicking on the link. www.TheArtyTeacher.com
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