This detailed powerpoint takes students through the process of designing a simple menu for a pop up cafe.
Great for engaging
Includes the following:
Beautifully illustrated slides
Brief which outlines the project and all the out comes
What is a pop up cafe
Why are pop up cafes used
Design a pop up cafe mood board
Video Clips about Pop Up Cafes
Ideas for how to display your food
links to ICT tasks
Lots of examples of pop up cafes
Food groups and healthy eating
Recipe planning task
Mind map/ spider diagram task
Practical and theory tasks
Home work tasks
Includes a competition for the winning design and food to be made by the whole group
Runs for 9 weeks or session but can be easily adapted to be condensed or expanded
Included Peer assessment
Includes 2 evaluation processes
Option to evolve this into a live brief where a real pop up cafe could be set up
15 slides in all
Great powerpoint for students creating decorative art journals or art sketch books. Includes aims & objectives, a quiz on famous book characters with answers (which can be printed out and given out or done as a whole class with students putting their hands up) My students love to do it in pairs with a chocolate treat for the most correct answers. . All based on the brilliant art journal artist Teesha Moore, with 5 step by step videos on how to build up beautifully collaged pages. Includes portrait and artist studio photos (you could add a simple bio form her webpage or set it as extension task) Full of great images and layout. Includes a check list of what makes a great Moore collage and how to create your own character (or illustration for a book or text etc) Has a reflection slide which could be used to annotate the work. A homework or extension task and finishes with what would be the follow up lesson to the journal project.
The presentation is for year 7-9 students but it could suit old students or even make an excellent college project. For younger children I add a box of relevant magazine cuttings, cut outs, interesting papers and collage materials, sometimes pre painted backgrounds. When using for older children I ask them to bring in the items required.
If you like the resource please leave me a comment and maybe tell me how you adapted to suit your class.
Using different materials, process and techniques students explore the work of print maker Angie Lewin to create a range of observational studies of a leaf. Includes pencil line drawing, continuous line, drawing with bleach, paper cuts collage, drawing with ink and macro. Includes a peer and self assessment exercise and video clip of Angie Lewin.
There is an opportunity for students to annotate their work.
This lesson was designed as a starting point for a repeat textile design but also stands alone as an observational drawing exercise.
Some students may extend the tasks by annotating each stage if they finish before the others,