Biro and Emulsion Skull Drawing

Biro and Emulsion Skull Drawing

Using biro pens and white emulsion to create stylised drawings of skulls. Image resource sheet included at the end of the Powerpoint and lots of student examples to inspire and motivate your class! This is a fun, effective technique that has been aimed at GCSE students in their foundation unit of Drawing at the beginning of the course. * Bonus * Extension Task included with 4 variations using photographs to work from Enjoy and please rate this resource to let others know what you thought
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Modern Art Timeline

Modern Art Timeline

This modern art timeline prints well as an A3 or A4 display for classrooms, beginning in 1806 with Post-Impressionism and finishing with Installation art of the 1990's onwards. Each sheet has a clear title, date, big image and a selection of Artist names. There are 19 individual posters in total. I have this printed as A3 posters and laminated for a big, clear and colourful display around the top of my classroom to use as a teaching aid in lessons and a source of inspiration for my students.
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Apart and/or Together Exam project

Apart and/or Together Exam project

This is a full unit of work designed for the 2015 Edexcel Art & Design exam "Apart and/or Together" specifically but not solely for Fine Art. This pack contains everything that you need to be able to teach the full project for GCSE students: - 68 slide Powerpoint scheme of work - 45 Artist image slides - 6 sub-theme ideas slides - 6 main tasks to build an exam sketchbook - Assessment Objectives information (Edexcel information) - Exam set up guidance for students - 4 ideas sheets to get students started - A student booklet to guide them through the project, includes explanations of tasks, timeline for working and useful links - all correlates to the Powerpoint tasks - Peer Assessment worksheet for a homework task - Exam checklist for marking/tutorial feedback A sample of the slides in the Powerpoint have been included to show the style of the project that you are receiving too. If you download this resource, please leave a review to help others with their search and to help develop future resources!
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How To Write About Art

How To Write About Art

A nice and simple sheet of prompt questions for students to get them started on writing about artworks.
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Artist Study and Analysis Bookmark

Artist Study and Analysis Bookmark

Designed for KS4 and KS5 students this handy bookmark can be printed double sided and kept in student sketchbooks to help them with their artist study work. The bookmark follows the BBC Bitesize SEMI structure of analysis but with extra prompt questions to help students develop more in depth, sophisticated writing. Print this document double sided for 2 bookmarks that can be trimmed down easily, these work well as a laminated class set too. If you download this resource, please leave feedback to help others too.
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Art Study Support Pack

Art Study Support Pack

A study support pack with advice for A level students on how to deal with the expectations of the course and managing time and workload. This is specifically for Art students but could be easily transferred for use with other subjects that are heavily coursework based such as Design Technology. This could be used as a handout at parents evenings with students who are falling behind or struggling with the A level course (Year 12 & 13). This pack was used originally for an after school support session with a small group of students but has since been incorporated into our A level Art handbook that is published for students at the start of each academic year. Please leave a review for this resource and if you have any ideas for developing this pack please let me know.
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