Are you an 'old school' art teacher who needs a cheap and easy way to get your art students started in computer graphics? Try this simple tutorial out for yourself or use it as a worksheet. See also 'Drawing in Microsoft Word - The Basics' by the same author.
Are you an 'old school' art teacher who needs a cheap and easy way to get your art students started in computer graphics? Try this simple tutorial out for yourself or use it as a worksheet. See also 'Drawing in Microsoft Word - The Basics' and 'Making Faces - Using the Drawing Tools in Microsoft Word' by the same author.
A worksheet and answers for students completing the Year 7 and 9 Naplan testing in English. This resource is a practice sheet focusing on selecting the correct word to complete a written sentence from homophones.
A worksheet and answers for students completing the Year 7 and 9 Naplan testing in English. This resource is a practice sheet focusing on past and present tense. Included in the package is the worksheet as a free to copy and distribute pdf form which will allow students to complete the activity on computer by typing into the blank spaces.
This worksheet engages students in investigating the colours of a Bunsen Burner flame and determining what those colours signify. It involves students using the skills of observation, recording and inference. Safety instructions for using the Bunsen Burner should be given and revised before commencing this practical exercise.
Editable Assessment Task Notifications and Marking Criteria for the 'What is Multimedia?' practical project and the 'How Did They Do That? Industry Study. The 'What is Multimedia?' complete unit is also available on this site but both task notifications have enough information regarding the Units assessed to reverse engineer them.
This full colour, fun resource for beginning readers has been created in A3 poster and A4 handout sizes. There is also a template version for students to fill in. Please complete a review of this resource if you find it useful or have any suggestions for improvement.
This 24 page picture book in A4 pdf format can be displayed on a screen for whole class reading time or printed (single copy only) for classroom use. Designed and illustrated for early readers it introduces Lily the Ladybug and the importance of having and making friends. Professionally printed and bound copies can be purchased from Amazon Booksellers.
5 Unique Print ready Book Fair posters in full colour A3 pdf format. Text "Books can take you anywhere" and "Books can take you there" Original artwork by the author. Please complete a review if you find this resource useful.
Designed for use with Stage 5 and beginning stage 6 Visual Arts students this scaffold and template engages students in the process and practice of critically analyzing art works. It could be used as a directed learning activity where the teacher decides which art work/s are written about or as a self paced activity where students choose an historical art work of their own to analyse. The expected responses are roughly organised into Objective, Subjective, Social and Historical frames, creating a lead in to further discussion about the significance and use of these categorizations. This resource could also be used aid to English teachers to engage senior students in the process of writing about Visual texts.
Instructions for creating an Australian Aboriginal style 'Dot' painting using the drawing tools in Microsoft Word. This resource will assist middle school art teachers in fulfilling the mandatory programming requirements in Visual Arts to do with both the study of Indigenous Australian Art and the use of Computing Technologies in Visual Arts (Australian Curriculum). It can be presented as a hand out for self-paced learning or kept by the teacher as a resource for guided instruction. The sample image in pdf format for digital display is also included. Please complete a review of this resource if you have found it useful.
A collection of work units and resources for Industrial Technology - Multimedia Technologies. (NSW BOSTES HSC Course) This bundle contains enough resources to take your students through most of the Preliminary year of this course.
This is the computer version of an art activity that used to involve colored crayons, black paint and drawing by scratching in the wet paint with the blunt end of a paint brush. Designed for teachers needing to include some computer technologies in their junior and middle school art programs the resource pages can be be used as a student handout or as a reference for guided instruction. The software named in this resource is paint.net (readily available and free ) but the instructions given are easily transferable to any paint or photo-manipulation software with layered transparencies. The zip file included contains a paint.net file that has the colored background and black top layers already created. This could be used as a template for younger students, allowing them to simply draw and have the background colors show through. Please complete a review of this resource if you have found it useful.
This 6 page resource for Industrial Technology - Multimedia Industries (Preliminary) - NSW BOSTES, engages students in researching and producing practical examples of the most common elements of multimedia, including sound, still images, animation etc. The unit is also designed to aid students in developing some of the organisational skills required to complete the practical component of the HSC course. It can be distributed to students in its entirety to allow for self paced learning or in sections as required. A checklist that could be used by students to track their work, or by the teacher as a tool for assessment, is also included in the package. The pages 'Making Powerpoint Truly Interactive' have been provided as a separate file for digital distribution. Please review this resource if you find it useful. Revision includes Assessment Notification and Marking Criteria as an editable word document.