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Teaching Art is a feast into a of colour, line, texture, space and shape. By encouraging a visual exploration in my learning I love developing a creative approach to learning in the classroom. By encouraging different techniques and an understanding of art I hope to help students appreciate visual learning more. I hope you enjoy my uploads and can use them. Please contact me if you require any further information.

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Teaching Art is a feast into a of colour, line, texture, space and shape. By encouraging a visual exploration in my learning I love developing a creative approach to learning in the classroom. By encouraging different techniques and an understanding of art I hope to help students appreciate visual learning more. I hope you enjoy my uploads and can use them. Please contact me if you require any further information.
KS3 Art project: Year 8 or 7 drawing and making insects out of different paper craft techniques
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KS3 Art project: Year 8 or 7 drawing and making insects out of different paper craft techniques

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The powerpoint first of all gives you some techniques to use with paper and students to make a sample board of the techniques. Homework task: Zentangle …see powerpoint example Students then go on to draw out an insect and there are symmetry templates for you to use to develop insects. There are also lots of different resources and pictures of insects to use. Further task is then to build the paper craft techniques on the pen drawing and to make your relief paper insect. There are examples of different paper techniques and samples to develop. **Learning Objectives ** Using the topic given insects/birds the aim is to develop their paper art skills and to begin to make an insect. Also, to use skill of symmetry and practise drawing skills and to build a 2D relief insect using paper creatively. • To learn how to do various paper art techniques and develop ability to manipulate paper. • To explore a number of different paper craft activities, there are slide examples of techniques. coiling paper folding paper spiraling paper layering paper scoring paper embossing paper twisting paper rolling paper curling paper. • To EXPLAIN HOW TO carefully draw out insects using the symmetry insects as a guideline. • To cut out the shapes of insect drawing carefully • To explore paper techniques. **Resources ** Large square of re-cycled paper to paste the paper sample techniques on Glue – pritt stick and pots of glue Pencils, Scissors Magazine paper to use to make insects, Pens to draw with Tracing paper to help with symmetry drawing **ACTIVITY OBJECTIVES ** To make a sample board of different effects one can achieve when using paper as an art form. To develop a range of skills to use when working with paper artists and craftsman To learn to coil, scratch, spiral, fold, bend, cut and lift, twist, emboss, layer, cut, roll and manipulate paper To learn about different paper artists and craftsmen who work with paper as an art form. To learn to use paper and to craft various shapes and folds To learn to build a paper insect using the paper craft techniques, that is, to fold, score, layer, cut, emboss and coil a paper insect To do homework task: Zentangle insect. Examples of artists on the Powerpoint to help you to build a 3D paper sculpture with techniques Also various templates to help you to draw an insect - especially to develop your ability to use symmetry.
Art of Hundertwasser - analysis of his work
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Art of Hundertwasser - analysis of his work

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This is a powerpoint which gives tasks to interpret the style of Hundertwasser. There are worksheets and information on the artist. This is part of a project where students design a tile shape in colour using a building phito as an inspiration and stylise this into their own design. Students then turn this into a clay tile outcome.
Art Self Identity theme Portrait project, powerpoints on Chila Burman,Frida Kahlo, Cindy Sherman, portrait drawing and mono-printing
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Art Self Identity theme Portrait project, powerpoints on Chila Burman,Frida Kahlo, Cindy Sherman, portrait drawing and mono-printing

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A scheme of work starting with a pencil drawing, then a monoprint and the students interpret this in different artist styles. Asian -British artist, Chila Burman and Frida Kahlo with a variety of different portrait artists to look at. They use the monoprint and combine this with a Pop art collage The students then take a photograph and then do a cultural drawing in felt tips interpreting this using cultural patterns. I have also added a few other portrait powerpoints to use in the project.
Art Portrait drawing scaling up with grid, drawing parts of a face, tonal value pencil and pen marks
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Art Portrait drawing scaling up with grid, drawing parts of a face, tonal value pencil and pen marks

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**Self -Identity portrait project. ** This is lesson 1 where students take their own photo and then start to do a drawing of parts of the face. There are examples of face details and then there is an example of how to scale this up. There is a homework biro drawing task. (In the Bundle there are other lessons to follow up on this drawing of task, where students have to interpret their face in various artist styles and culturally interpret their own identity. ) Lesson objectives Objectives To draw the proportions of the face in your book To do a photo-shoot and take a photo to use for your portrait drawing where you scale up this picture. To consolidate how to draw parts of the face. To do a pencil tonal value To practise mark-making with a pen Through out the whole scheme the project **success criterias **are: To learn about the proportions of the face To practise drawing various parts of the face To draw a portrait drawing using the grid technique To look at various examples of portrait drawings To develop a tonal grid and to understand the light and dark planes in a face. To understand how to do a grid drawing
Peter Blake Graphics Pop Art KS3 use alphabets/favourite objects and CD Covers
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Peter Blake Graphics Pop Art KS3 use alphabets/favourite objects and CD Covers

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Looking at the work of Peter Blake- there is a page of information and questions on his work. There are examples of his alphabet artworks and cover designs for Famous Music artists. Students are inspired by his work of collage, photography and free drawing style. Task 1. Students make their own Pop art alphabet style and this links to Graphics and students can look at Pop art letter styles. Task 2 Students are asked to find their own popular things linked to each letter of the alphabet. Students are asked to make their own alphabet using the similar ideas as Peter Blake, but to focus on trying to create a favourite thing for each of letter of the alphabet. Students then put these ideas on an A4 or A3 paper. There are examples of different alphabets and student examples of final outcome. Task 4 Students play with letters and take one letter and make this in various different designs This is a Graphics exercise and students learn to play with one letter and styles. Task 3 Students put a collage together in the style of Peter Blake. Students should use lettering/ graphics and link this to their own favourite things and then make a collage of this in a 26cm square shape. students can use pictures from magazines , comics and newspaper and cut out and collage. Task 5 Students should creatively now make their own album design. There are formats for the CD covers to use as a template. Presentation gives examples for inspiration of Peter Blake’s alphabet designs and album covers and looks at some of his famous Album cover designs. Students need to make their own CD cover of their favourite musician. Students to use a variety of media for final task.
Art Mind- mapping what is Self-identity, GCSE -looking at artists to interpret and make final idea.
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Art Mind- mapping what is Self-identity, GCSE -looking at artists to interpret and make final idea.

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The powerpoint gives key questions to ask under the theme of Self-identity and shows some examples of interpreting oneself in different styles - Picasso, Van Gogh, Gainsborough and Chila Burman. There are questions to use to make an artist study on chosen artist.There is a further brainstorm on what one could make as a final idea which would embody my identity and examples of student’s work.
Making two foldout booklets Elements of Art and Principles of Design
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Making two foldout booklets Elements of Art and Principles of Design

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These tasks relate to understanding the key building bricks in Art: Elements of Art and the principles of design and should give you 12 weeks of tasks for students to make two booklets. Making a booklet on the elements of art and then one on the principles of design. Understanding these key terms helps in enabling students to write about art and if this is completed at Key Stage 3 can be a real help at GCSE and A-level
Literacy Art Words Analysis writing frame/Evaluate, Vocabulary lists, KS3/GCSE and A-level
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Literacy Art Words Analysis writing frame/Evaluate, Vocabulary lists, KS3/GCSE and A-level

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These are a set of 6 sheets which can be laminated for classroom tables to help students with writing about Art. These are lists of descriptive words linked to the Elements of art and the Principles of design. These will help students to be able to write about artworks and help to broaden vocabulary. There are also words to help with writing at GCSE and support with writing under the GCSE Assessment Objectives as well. There are also sheets to help with writing frames to support weaker students when they analyse and write about their artworks. This can be used with Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-level Leaving these on the desks in the classroom support literacy learning and help students with vocabulary.
KS3/KS2 Art totem pole task- family tree totem drawing made in groups - symbolic family story
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KS3/KS2 Art totem pole task- family tree totem drawing made in groups - symbolic family story

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**What are the Learning Objectives for this project in Art? ** Students learn from examples and a clear understanding to totem poles is explained visually in slides, also different video clips about Totem poles and their story telling. There are slides which give a background to totem poles. Lots of symbols for different animals given on separate slides which could be used ot make the totem pole. Students through the research into totem poles will gain an appreciation of how religion and spirituality holds in Native American cultures. Students will be able to communicate experiences, moods, and stories and reflect on their own family history and family tree in a group project. Students to create images using the elements and principles and design their totem imaginatively. Using pictures of animals - students can stylise and create a symmetry outcome to use in the building of their animal/sun/bird/man for their totem pole. Each student completes a different part of the totem pole and students need to work in teams Students create images in response to objects from a variety of cultural contexts as students look at and watch various ‘You Tube’ video links about the Totem pole story telling. Students demonstrate awareness of Pacific Coast heritage The slides give a sequence of classroom activities leading to the making of a cardboard totem pole. Students use recycled materials and build their animal/bird/sun/man they designed. There is an emphasis on coloured paper and pasting this into the cardboard and building up the structure. Students will complete the following: **Teamwork: **Complete a group totem pole. Graphic Design: Design a group/tribe logo. Independent Research: Interview a Family member and research family history 3D Sculpture Design: Design a totem sculpture that represents your family history in 100 years time. Recycling materials: Students use recycled materials and construct a standing Totem. Students can embellish and decorate their totem with coloured paper cut outs and black pen line work.
Art of Tim Burton KS3 drawings, paper cut out, chalk drawing, bottle sculpture and rolled figure
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Art of Tim Burton KS3 drawings, paper cut out, chalk drawing, bottle sculpture and rolled figure

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A powerpoint outlining some tasks for a Key Stage 3 project on Tim Burton. In this project there are a number of skills, pencil drawingwith pen work, chalk and charcoal drawing on black paper, making a black and white silhouette cut out, collaging harcoal drawing onto bottle and painting bottle, further developing a character on a bottle and making a wool paper character. This also has a few quizzes and student examples of work to support the tasks. Starting with presenting a title page for Tim Burton and copying some of his scenes by practising pencil tone and mark making. Layering pencil and black pen in drawing when copying Burton’s work Photocopy examples for students to work from to print off. Then developing a cut out in black paper looking at the strange, Gothic type black and white silhouettes of some of his scenes and making a page on his settings using black paper and cut-outs. The slides give a number of the silhouette type scenes for students to use for inspiration. Further developing a character drawing and students are to look at the number of different slides and these could be printed off for students and letting them develop their own character. Some of the You tube film clips are linked on the slides as well. Students draw out the character and then colour this in. Tim Burton’s scenes are often dark and atmospheric and this is an ideal opportunity to practise drawing with white chalk, charcoal or black soft pastel on black sugar paper and to do a drawing of one of his black and white characters. There are some examples to use to copy from to support the students learning. This black and white scene can further be photocopied and collaged onto a bottle. There is also an extension task to make a head on a wine bottle in paper-mache and lots of inspirational examples of student work Another fun task is to play with wool and paper and to make a rolled animal using newspaper in rolls and then wrapping wool around this and to bend into shape. This can further be embellished by adding bits and bobs like buttons, braid and other decorative details to develop a character type animal which has been inspired by Burton. There are a few quizzes and homework tasks as well.
Art of Andy Goldsworthy practical worksheet, analysis on example and students land art task
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Art of Andy Goldsworthy practical worksheet, analysis on example and students land art task

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There are plenty of examples of Andy Goldsworthy on the slides and examples of other peoples work doing land art. Students will also need to identify various examples of materials used in Goldsworthy’s work. Students will also need to complete an analysis of one example of one of Goldsworthy’s work: Penpont in Cairn. There are questions to answer on this work. Also there is a project task for students to make their own land art outcome and examples to be inspired from.
Drawing an Art doodle combining an object - a Vincent Bal project task
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Drawing an Art doodle combining an object - a Vincent Bal project task

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This is a short project for students to take a photograph of a doodle they do and where they combine it with an object. Students look at the artist Vincent Bal and there are video links to his Shadowology work. Students are then asked to make up their own version of this by taking an object in their house and then turning this into a picture by combining this object with a doodle. There are some short questions to answer on the work of Vincent Bal.
Art history: A presentation on key facts of German Expressionism and Der Blaue Reiter
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Art history: A presentation on key facts of German Expressionism and Der Blaue Reiter

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A short presentation highlighting the key facts and characteristics of the German Expressionism. There are references to a number of artists, Edvard Munch, Oskar Kokoschka, Max Beckmann, Erich Heckel, Karl Schmidt-Rotluf, August Macke, Emil Nolde, Otto Mueller. Expressionism was made up of Der Brucke Art movement and Der Blaue Reiter - there are also examples of these artists linked to Expressionism. Der Blaue Reiter is Frans Marck and Wassily Kandinsky. Key examples given with notes about the movement to be used as worksheets for students.
Introduction to Art in Year 7
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Introduction to Art in Year 7

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This is a unit of work for the first 12 weeks at school. There are questions to assess the students knowledge of Art from KS2 and then a project to assess he strengths and skills of the students. This is a diagnostic project looking at the Illusionary, Spatial, Tactile, Cartographic skills of the students with tasks to do. There is also a fun project on making a sketchbook and giving prompts to help students to be creative in the Keri Smith powerpoint.
John Berger 'Ways of Seeing' for A-level Art students. Image or Relic or photo. Naked or Nude
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John Berger 'Ways of Seeing' for A-level Art students. Image or Relic or photo. Naked or Nude

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Looking at briefly two chapters of the famous John Berger book ’ Ways of Seeing’ It is difficult to summarise a book of such a wealth of knowledge and such a clever way of phrasing ideas. The slide presentation gives one a sketch of two chapters. Chapter one which discusses the image versus the photo, seeing versus words and there are a few quotes from John Berger but also the link to the You tube clips. This is a good A-level presentation and then to get the students to listen to the first two chapters on video clip. Students need to question how an image has lost its meaning through the advent of the camera and begin to draw a comparison of images before the camera and after the camera. Students should also look at how the way we have reproduced the female form through the ages from Antiquity to the 21st Century and think about the meaning of what it is to be nude and what it is to be naked. John Berger has a lot of ideas on this and there are lots of phrases from his book discussing this concept and showing some examples of this in some major artworks. One can never make justice of this incredible book but the slide show does allow for discussion in the class on important concepts and understandings we have of images in our time.
A detailed drawing resource for A-level and GCSE Art: lots of different tasks & mark making skills
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A detailed drawing resource for A-level and GCSE Art: lots of different tasks & mark making skills

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A comprehensive drawing powerpoint with different tasks on developing drawing skills, discussions, mark-making exercises, different techniques, methods and examples to support observation skills in the classroom. To use with GCSE and A-level students to develop their skills in looking at drawings and discussing their techniques but also doing a variety of different tasks to develop their own recording skills. Learning to work with continuous lines, blind drawing, structural drawings, shading techniques, gestural drawing and free mark-making. The powerpoint has examples of drawings of a number of artists like, Paul Seurat, Frank Auerbach, Rembrandt and Van Gogh and gives a number of opportunities to learn from these artists and gives different methods to use to strengthen one’s drawing skills.
KS3 Art Modern styles, still life student draws an object in a new style, technique.
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KS3 Art Modern styles, still life student draws an object in a new style, technique.

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Students learn about the Art history styles or a set of Artists and develop a project which has all of these styles in a final outcome. Different themes can be chosen as a subject which then includes all these modern art styles. In this slide presentation - there are examples of final outcomes: A ‘Still-life bowl’ with different fruit in different styles An ‘Interior of a Room’ with areas of the room in different styles and A ‘Cake Stand’ with cupcakes in different styles. IN THIS POWERRPOINT THE THEME IS FRUIT AND EXAMPLES GIVEN IN EACH STYLE. THE OUTCOME IS A BOWL OF FRUIT. In all of these the students combine all the styles to form a display of fruit. The powerpoint gives an outline of a number of art movements, Futurism, De Stijl, Pop Art, German Expressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, Fauvism and students are asked to do a different style each week with a different technique and develop an outcome. Some of the possible outcomes are a Bowl of Fruit, an Interior of a room or a Stand of Cup Cakes. In each of these examples students use a different technique and style to make up their final. Students can work in groups to put this together as a final presentation or can work individually to create their final outcome. An excellent project and scheme of work for year 8 where students learn a number of skills but also learn about the Art movements and gain a deeper understanding of the story and history of Art. The presentation gives a detailed background to each style with artist examples and each week these styles can be discussed with the class. The key characteristics of each of the movements are carefully explained so that students gain an understanding of the movement.
Modern movement short 5 min Scheme of work template No 1: Styles  project using cupcake as object
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Modern movement short 5 min Scheme of work template No 1: Styles project using cupcake as object

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This is a summary for files - a 5 min Scheme of Work to help with having all the essential information required. This is my project Modern Movements - cupcakes where students make a cupcake in various different modern art styles: Expressionism - black and white polyprint, Neo-Impressionism stippling and dots with paint or crayon, Fauvism - splash arbitrary colours and learn how to use water-colour, Realism - pencil shading accurately, Surrealism - make a magical fantasy creature like Miro to go on the cupcake. There is a Scheme of work for this unit.
Art of Viera da silva showing examples of her work and a painting task to use card to copy her work.
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Art of Viera da silva showing examples of her work and a painting task to use card to copy her work.

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This resource is helpful at GCSE and A-level to teach how to apply acrylic paint with a scraper, a ruler or a card to drag colours and to overlap layers of colours. The resource has examples of Viera da Silva’s work to give to students. Students will need cardboard and a bank card and use this to apply the paint. Students need to practise copying her work with only a bank card to create the marks. Students need to cut the card in various sizes