This resource is perfect for students and teachers who want a clear visual understanding of how the 1-9 grading system applies to the GCSE Art Assessment Objectives.
The powerpoint breaks down each of the assessment objectives in a clear, pupil friendly format.
A resource to support students who are selecting an independent project. This powerpoint introduces sub categories centered around the theme of 'Altered Nature'. The guide inspires pupils with interesting and exciting artists and has worked successfully in 2 departments who have needed a revamp in pupil interest. I have used this SOW as the main coursework project (unit 1 60%) for GCSE Art.
This resource provides a structured guide on how pupils can assess the work of others and encourage reflection upon their own work. There is also a short powerpoint to accompany the worksheet to ensure students know what they should 'critique' about the work.
This resource introduces students to a variety of different creative careers centered around a comic strip task. Pupils explore the role of an illustrator, graphic designer, art director and animator and discover the importance of each position just to create one outcome. Students enjoyed the task were informed about the different creative roles in industry
A resource to help students interpret the GCSE Art Assessment Objectives. The objectives have been simplified for easy understanding and can be used as a task or throughput a project to ensure that pupils are meeting the success criteria.
This resource is perfect for all students who need guidance on how to annotate their work. It provides everything a student could need to help improve their annotation and writing skills. A must have resource for the classroom.
This resource gives students an insight into the key components of a successful logo design. Pupils are given a specification task to redesign the Addidas logo for a new pair of high top fashion trainers launching in store.
A perfect PowerPoint resource (and follow-along worksheet) to aid students with the basic drawing skills of graphic design. The pack includes an interactive PowerPoint resource and worksheet looking at 1 point and 2 point perspective as well as isometric drawing.
A fun and exciting resource gets students thinking about typography in an illustrative way. The PowerPoint includes an artist link to Roy Lichtenstein and demonstrates the origins of onomatopoeia through different media examples ( in particular an infamous 1960's batman scene). Students are given the task to illustrate onomatopoeia words in a comic strip format using a follow-along worksheet also included.
A PowerPoint explaining the purpose of studying graphics and the exciting careers which it can lead to. The resource includes an introduction in to the formal elements and the purpose of its use in design.
A PowerPoint resource and follow-along worksheet looking at 1 point perspective using graffiti lettering. The resource includes an artist link to Banksy and discussion points around his work. The PowerPoint also includes a step by step exemplar drawing guide and an appropriate structure and format worksheet to allow students to easily follow.
An interesting resource to get students thinking about the components of a successful advertisement (AIDCA). Pupils will be required to analyse and evaluate this concept against some powerful WWF media resources and will then research around the charity and campaigns. Students are given an artist link in which they can recreate an origami endangered animal in the style of Murray (all resources and banknote template paper included).
A fun and quirky resource to get students thinking about the use of typography in design. The resource begins with a 'dingbat' type starter task and leads into the basics of typography and its traditional structure. A fun and interesting specification task asks students to design their own Google doodle using adjectives of their personality to illustrate the letters of the logo in a creative way.
A useful resource to help students understand their options if they leave home at 16. Pupils are set the task to use the information given to respond to a real life scenario. Students could develop their response into a leaflet for young adults who are facing this situation.
A quirky resource to get students to think about the products they buy and consume. The powerpoint includes some interesting activities which encourage students to look behind the face of media and advertisement.