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40 Photographic Tasks
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40 Photographic Tasks

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40 Photographic tasks that are ideal for setting as Year9, or Year10 homework during lockdown. I’ve designed the tasks to they can be done using a phone. The ideas are all achievable, but also have creative opportunity, and should be fun; hopefully even Year10’s will engage! I’ve saved the tasks as separate PDF files which should be suitable for setting on most online platforms, but I’ve also included the source file (PowerPoint) so you can edit and change as you wish. I’m asking my students to capture 15 images for each task, so when we return to school we can put them into contact sheets and use them as evidence of AO3 in their 'Supplementary Work", but I ask them to return only one image to me each week (their best one) for tracking and marking.
70 Drawing Tasks/Exercises
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70 Drawing Tasks/Exercises

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70 different drawing tasks provided as individual PDF files which you can set for your students as weekly tasks. These are suitable for KS3 or KS4 students studying Photography, Art, Technology, Textiles, 3D Design etc. I usually use them as homeworks to help develop drawing skills alongside my KS4 course, but thought people might find them useful to set as ongoing work throughout the lockdown (they’ll be particularly useful if you have a lot of students with limited/no access to IT at home). The PDF’s should be suitable to set through most online platforms. I have also included the original source file (Powerpoint) so you can edit to suit your needs. I ask my students to photograph their drawings on their phones, and ping them back to me for assessment. Hope this helps.
GCSE Photography Student Course booklet
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GCSE Photography Student Course booklet

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This printable “Improve & Impress” booklet was developed as a way of recording evidence of written feedback. It has useful notes for students to refer to, as well as places to develop written analyses and record teacher/peer/self assessments as well as “To Do” notes. The resource is made in PowerPoint and I’ve included the orgional file along with the PDF. You are welcome to adapt it to your requirements and please share the concept with other faculties in your school if it works well for you. The PowerPoint has a couple of funky fonts in it (Inverzions.ttf and KGInimitableOriginal.ttf which you can download free from dafont.com). The PowerPoint wont look like the PDF version without these fonts installed. Your welcome to change them, but will have to play around a bit with the layout :)