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I am a passionate West Australian Art Teacher. I have worked on the development of the WA Visual Art Curriculum and I am very keen to empower other Art Teachers to be able to assist students to negotiate the whole curriculum in a meaningful way.

I am a passionate West Australian Art Teacher. I have worked on the development of the WA Visual Art Curriculum and I am very keen to empower other Art Teachers to be able to assist students to negotiate the whole curriculum in a meaningful way.
Tone Worksheet
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Tone Worksheet

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A useful worksheet to use for allowing students to develop their skills in apply tone/value to create form in drawings. This sheet focuses on the position of a light source to inform placement of shading. Suitable for upper primary to adults.
Clay Days
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Clay Days

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This unit of work is a resource of information for teachers who are a bit hesitant about how to use clay in the Art Room. Activities and information is included as well as a Clay Safe Certificate and assessment. A poster about how to join clay using my “3 Ures” system is also included.
Tone- Value - worksheet
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Tone- Value - worksheet

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This worksheet explores the use of different media to create tone/value. It allows students to experiment with media including pencil, charcoal and marker to create shading to show form.
Comparing Artists from Different Times
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Comparing Artists from Different Times

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This generic worksheet allows students to use a framework to analyse and compare the work of 2 Artists using the STICI framework. While this framework is used extensively in high schools, this framework is excellent from about year 5 onwards to allow students to develop the analytical skills to be successful in secondary Art. The worksheet is designed to be generic to allow you to input the name and photos of any artists you wish to compare and contrast. This worksheet addresses the Responses outcomes in the Australian Curriculum and Western Australian Curriculum for the allocated year levels.
venn diagram - compare and contrast 2 artists
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venn diagram - compare and contrast 2 artists

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This generic worksheet allows students to use a framework to analyse the Artwork of others as a starting point or inspiration for creating their own Artwork. They are asked questions which focus their analysis skills to reflect on the Elements of Art and how they are used as a tool to make judgements about the artwork of other Artists. Photos of their work to be analysed can be glued on the sheet for easy reference. This worksheet is suitable for students from Year 3 - 10 and addresses the Responses outcomes in the Australian Curriculum and Western Australian Curriculum for those year levels.
Artwork Self Assessment
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Artwork Self Assessment

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This generic worksheet allows students to use a framework to analyse their Artwork. They are asked questions which focus their analysis skills to reflect on the process of creating their art, judgements on the overall effect of their work and the effort taken to complete it. Photos of their work can be glued on the sheet for easy reference. This worksheet is suitable for students from Year 2 - 8 and addresses the Responses outcomes in the Australian Curriculum and Western Australian Curriculum for those year levels.
Year 5 Visual Analysis framework
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Year 5 Visual Analysis framework

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This Arts Response worksheet allows you to use this analytical framework for any artist that is your current focus. The framework targets the curriculum markers for Response for Visual Art in Year 5 (ACARA /SCSA)
Year 4  Visual Analysis Framework
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Year 4 Visual Analysis Framework

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This Arts Response worksheet allows you to use this analytical framework for any artist that is your current focus. The framework targets the curriculum markers for Response for Visual Art in Year 4 (ACARA /SCSA)
Analyse your Art
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Analyse your Art

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This generic worksheet allows students to use a framework to analyse their Artwork. They are asked questions which focus their analysis skills to reflect on the Elements of Art and how they are used as well as the overall effect of their work and the effort taken to complete it. Photos of their work can be glued in the centre of the sheet for easy reference. This worksheet is suitable for students from Year 3 - 10 and addresses the Responses outcomes in the Australian Curriculum and Western Australian Curriculum for those year levels.
Year 6 Visual Analysis Framework
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Year 6 Visual Analysis Framework

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This Arts Response worksheet allows you to use this analytical framework for any artist that is your current focus. The framework targets the curriculum markers for Response for Visual Art in Year 6 (ACARA /SCSA)