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Art and Design and Graphics resources from KS3-5
Formal Elements of Art activity sheet
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Formal Elements of Art activity sheet

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An activity sheet to help familiarise pupils with the formal elements of art. An activity each for: line, shape, tone, form, colour, texture and pattern. Great for a starter, homework or cover lesson. Requires a range of skills - adding tone, creating pattern and replicating texture.
Insects and Scientific Illustration
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Insects and Scientific Illustration

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3 lesson illustration module, including a related mark-making sheet: Lesson 1: artists who have used bugs and insects in their work, along with key questions. An in-depth look at Joe MacGown, scientific illustrator and the kinds of mark-making he uses in his work. A separate mark-making worksheet. Lesson 2: using the mark-making sheet from lesson 1, creating scientific illustrations inspired by the work of Joe MacGown. Lesson 3: creating colour illustrations, with inspiration images and a hand drawn example.
Designing an Advert
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Designing an Advert

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Worksheet to help planning the design of an advert for a product. Includes planning of copy, slogan, graphics and how to attract the correct target audience.
Still Life Photography - Remote Learning Lesson
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Still Life Photography - Remote Learning Lesson

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Ideal for remote learning, this lesson guides pupils in taking still life photographs inspired by the work of Wolfgang Tillmans and photographing the everyday. It includes a guide to common errors in photography and tips on how to take a successful photograph with images to illustrate. Task includes two extension activities for more able pupils with examples of successful finished work.
Still Life Photography activity sheet
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Still Life Photography activity sheet

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A great remote learning activity, particularly for pupils with limited resources. Can be printed or used as inspiration on screen. Featuring work by Paul Cezanne to inspire still life photography compositions. Includes a drawing activity, learning on traditional composition and original examples of work a pupil could do.
Introduction to The Formal Elements
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Introduction to The Formal Elements

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A PowerPoint presentation with a slide for each of The Formal Elements: line, shape, tone, form, colour, texture and pattern. Each slide features a range of artwork by artists and designs that embodies the element, along with key vocabulary. Also included is a title page/key words page with a box for each element. Ideal for an introduction lesson project at KS3 or a vocab learning lesson.
Architecture Project: Design a house for...
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Architecture Project: Design a house for...

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A 4-6 lesson project during which pupils design a house for a fantasy client. PowerPoint contains 10 potential client briefs, a design brief layout, a moodboard example and hand drawn plan drawings to inspire pupils. Also included is a 1x1cm grid and a corresponding sheet with basic architectural furniture illustrations for pupils to use as reference in their own designs.
Amsterdam Canal Houses on Adobe Illustrator
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Amsterdam Canal Houses on Adobe Illustrator

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A step-by-step PowerPoint guide including the history of Amsterdam canal house architecture, and a model making activity based on drawings completed using Adobe Illustrator. This module could also be adapted to be completed by hand. The PowerPoint contains directions about Illustrator tools and examples of completed models. Ends in a group activity to create a canal-side street. Includes 5 nets for Amsterdam canal house models.
Devnarayan Ki Phad Analysis Sheet
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Devnarayan Ki Phad Analysis Sheet

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Information and questions of the Devnarayan Ki Phad, cloth paintings which depict the legend of Devnarayan, a medieval hero venerated as a folk-deity and worshipped as an incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. Questions focus on colour, composition and pattern. Level of analysis would suit Year 7 or 8 looking at the artwork of other societies and cultures.
Designing Label Packaging - Art or Graphics - Analysis, Design and Evaluation
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Designing Label Packaging - Art or Graphics - Analysis, Design and Evaluation

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A set of activities designed to take 3 1-hour lessons. This resource was developed as a remote learning activity but could be easily adapted to work within the classroom as well. Includes artist references and step-by-step activity instructions with photographs and teacher exemplars as well as model answers for analysis and evaluation. Suitable for KS3, Year 7-9
Typologies - Photography and Drawing exercises - 3 lessons
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Typologies - Photography and Drawing exercises - 3 lessons

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A set of activities designed to take 3 1-hour lessons. This resource was developed as a remote learning activity but could be easily adapted to work within the classroom as well. Includes artist references and step-by-step activity instructions with photographs and teacher exemplars. Photography that can be done with a mobile phone and drawing in a range of media most pupils should have access to. Suitable for KS3, Year 7-9
Introduction to Architecture
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Introduction to Architecture

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A PowerPoint presentation containing a range of examples of residential architecture with key words. Perfect as an introductory lesson to an architectural design project with a focus on vernacular residential design. Also included is a project title page: ‘Architecture’ and an example of a research homework to consolidate learning done in the lesson.
Formal Elements and Colour Domino Game
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Formal Elements and Colour Domino Game

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21 dominoes (+ nine blank to customise) with questions and answers about the formal elements and colour theory. This game is intended as a group or class activity - pupils match up the questions and answers like a set of dominoes.