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Hey, I'm a high school art teacher based in the UK. I LOVE creating PowerPoint's, as well as the worksheets and differentiation materials to go along with them. I will be building my shop over the next few months, I hope you enjoy the resources. Thanks.

Hey, I'm a high school art teacher based in the UK. I LOVE creating PowerPoint's, as well as the worksheets and differentiation materials to go along with them. I will be building my shop over the next few months, I hope you enjoy the resources. Thanks.
Colour wheel Lesson
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Colour wheel Lesson

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A PowerPoint on how to create a colour wheel. Includes a starter activity, arranging colours into Primary, Secondary and Teritary categories. The main body of the lesson will be students creating the colour wheel using paints. - includes steps on how to be successful. Self-Assessment plenary, with a hands up style extension assessment activity at the end.
GCSE Art exam guide
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GCSE Art exam guide

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A GCSE art exam guide, designed for students as a step by step break down of how to be successful in their coursework and what is expected of them in the exam. Includes a break down of the marks that can be achieve through AO1-4, and what students need to do in order to reach each of these grading boundaries.
Colour Theory cupcake drawing worksheet
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Colour Theory cupcake drawing worksheet

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Focusing on colour theory; looking at contrasting colours to build tone and perspective. Includes a visual example of what is expected, as well as written instructions. Ideal worksheet for a cover lesson or drawing assessment.
Jim Dine lesson
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Jim Dine lesson

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Jim Dine s’graffito heart 2 Lessons and a Step by step guide. Lesson 1; Starter activity looking at warm and cool colours, with students discussing which category the colours belong to. The main body of the lesson firstly looks at how to use oil pastels and the correct application of blending colours. Visuals and information are given, as well as the steps of creating a ‘Jim Dine’ heart; firstly applying warm colours to one side of the heart and cool colours to the other. A visual success criteria has been included, demonstrating the new 2-9 grading criteria and how students can successfully reach each grade. The plenary activity is a peer assessment, focusing on of how successful students have been in the creation of their artwork. Sentence starters and sentence examples are included. Lesson 2; Starter activity looking at placing various artwork into warm and cool colour categories - this is designed to be done in pairs so students can discuss their findings from the previous lesson, as well as checking prior knowledge. The main body of the lesson looks at building in the background of the art work, using oil pastels, before moving onto experimenting with s’graffito techniques in order to create texture and pattern within the art work. Visuals and information are given; as well as the steps involved in completing the background of the heart. The plenary activity is a self evaluation, including sentence starters and questions for students to reflect and complete. An extension activity has also been included; designed as a hands up assessment, where students can demonstrate their knowledge of warm and cool colours. Step by step guide; The step by step guide is a visual guide demonstrating the steps taken to complete a successful Jim Dine heart, written steps are also included under each image explaining the process demonstrate.