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Paul Carney's Art Lesson Store

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Paul is an AST and NSEAD board member who is also a professional graphic designer, these lesson plans have been painstakingly produced to a high standard with everything you need to teach the lesson.

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Paul is an AST and NSEAD board member who is also a professional graphic designer, these lesson plans have been painstakingly produced to a high standard with everything you need to teach the lesson.
the Art Teacher's Handbook
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the Art Teacher's Handbook

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Updated for 2016! My Art Teacher’s Handbook is a 300 page guide to teaching art for Primary and Secondary art teachers, Coordinators and Dept Heads. Whether you are an NQT, a new teacher, a trainee or even an experienced art teacher, the Art Teacher’s Handbook will help you. Also included are a host of supporting resources! The Handbook is a recommended NSEAD Expert Advisory Group publication. Completely revised and rewritten for 2016! It contains: • A 300 page fully illustrated Ebook • Complete Assessment & Progression guide for Primary & Secondary • Editable Word docs for planning, progression and assessment • 8 sample schemes of work, • a Bloom’s in art guide • Skills and Technique PDF’s • A teaching art history ebook with formal elements worksheets • Posters • iPads in art ebook • 40 supporting files including lesson plans and skills sheets. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
Assessing Art without Levels - Primary KS1&2
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Assessing Art without Levels - Primary KS1&2

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Completely rewritten for 2016!! This 36 page eBook explains how to embed effective art assessment into your classroom practice at the Primary Elementary phase from EYFS to Year 6. It outlines the new DfE and Ofsted expectations, and also contains a fully illustrated PROGRESSION model showing you examples of students work from Year 1 to Year 6. In addition, it lists specific skills and techniques in every discipline of art year on year to help making the teaching of art easier. Everything you need is included including exciting posters for your classroom and supporting files. Written by a member of the team that wrote the NSEAD art competencies, Paul is an AST and experienced art teacher at both Primary and Secondary levels. He was also a member of the DfE subject expert group for art. This is an NSEAD recommended resource. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
Tony Craggs KS1 Mural project
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Tony Craggs KS1 Mural project

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This 3D sculpture unit focuses on creating a whole class 3D mural in the style of contemporary artist Tony Cragg whilst at the same time teaching colour theory and craft techniques. It develops visual literacy and the ability to analyse art work and incorporates three different ways of making the final piece from cheap, common everyday items. It is slightly more expensive due to copyright royalties of Tony's work, but you will have a great school mural at the end of it. It comes with a student booklet, photocopiable resources, presentation, lesson plan and templates for making a large classroom art piece.
Clay Animals
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Clay Animals

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This lesson is well loved by children and uses my own secret techniques for making 3D animals that gets great results! It contains a Lesson Plan, Powerpoint presentation and teacher instructions and shows you in a clear, step-by-step guide how to make beautiful clay animals. Includes a ‘How to Make your own air-drying clay’ recipe so you can use this even if you don’t have a kiln. My students love doing this at Primary and Secondary level, everyone loves making animals!
12 Contemporary Drawing Lessons
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12 Contemporary Drawing Lessons

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The Ebook features twelve stimulating, unique and creative approaches to drawing that do not require realistic drawing skills. Using common, everday resources, each exercise links to a contemporary artist so that your students can relate the activity to professional practice. Drawing has never been this enjoyable! The Contemporary drawing Practice exercises are suitable for students aged 11 - 16. You do not need to be an art specialist to be able to teach these lessons because the children will be able to teach themselves. Just print them out in colour and laminate them. Each exercise contains learning objectives, step by step instructions, full colour photos of artists work, research tasks and extension work. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700 Note: All images remain the property of the artist and no unauthorised copying or distribution is allowed. Consent and permission has been granted by the artists to use these images for educational purposes and for use in your classroom.
Baseline assessment for Art
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Baseline assessment for Art

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I've revised and updated my baseline test to include measuring across the four main attainment areas of Making Skills, Ideas, Knowledge and Evaluation. My test takes only one lesson to complete plus one homework task and marking is done in the lesson itself. I've used this test for years and I know it works well. I was a member of the NSEAD Curriculum Writing Group that wrote the curriculum competencies, more formally called the: 'Framework for Progression, Planning for Learning, Assessment, Recording and Reporting 2014.’ For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
Tints & Shades Painting Exercises
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Tints & Shades Painting Exercises

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Three photocopiable worksheets for teaching children how to mix colours to make them darker and lighter, increase brush control and blend them smoothly. I've used these exercises for years so I know they work well. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
Assessing Art without Levels - Secondary KS3
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Assessing Art without Levels - Secondary KS3

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Fully Revised and updated for 2016! This 36 page eBook explains how to embed effective art assessment into your classroom practice at the Secondary key Stage 3 phase from Year 7 to Year 9. It outlines the new DfE and Ofsted expectations, and also contains a fully illustrated PROGRESSION model showing you examples of students work, it lists specific learning targets year on year to help making the teaching of art easier and includes baseline benchmarking tests. Everything you need is included including exciting posters for your classroom and supporting files. Written by a member of the team that wrote the NSEAD art competencies, Paul is an AST and experienced art teacher at both Primary and Secondary levels. He was also a member of the DfE subject expert group for art. This is an NSEAD recommended resource. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
the Art of Questions
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the Art of Questions

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The art of questions is a guide to developing a question based curriculum for art, craft and design. It shows you how to design art projects using deep questions for pupils of any age group as well as how to develop questions for supporting students, exploring art materials, becoming an independent learner and in order that they can become thinking intelligent students. It isn't just for high ability or older students because it shows you how to differentiate your questioning to suit pupils of any age or ability. It is a practical guide that stems from actual classroom practice and isn't just a Bloom's questions guide, in fact he isn't even mentioned! Raise attainment, open the door to pupil-centred teaching and ditch the teacher-led model. Teaching art in this way is less demanding, creative and fun! It is written by an Advanced Skills Art Teacher experienced in Primary and Secondary art teaching and a national consultant.
Macro Art
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Macro Art

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Suitable for most age ranges, this very flexible project combines digital photography with the art of observational drawing. It is a great project for getting some quality, expressive drawing work in student’s portfolios at exam stage or for teaching younger students to ‘see’ more closely. A very expressive and open lesson, students are free to express what they see in a variety of styles. I've had great results from this as a topic for less able students or teaching experimentation with materials. I've used it as a GCSE project and in the Primary phase. It's easy, effective and fun!
Expressive Painting
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Expressive Painting

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Expressive Painting Formal Elements: Age 11-16 FULL Contemporary Scheme inc. thinking skills. Improve your student's painting techniques whilst learning the FORMAL ELEMENTS of art. Using Essential Big Questions this FULL Unit of Work is beautifully designed to challenge and stretch your students whilst learning the history of abstract art from beginnings to present day. It has been written for students with a reading age of 11 years and is designed to be delivered over a longer period of time. There's so much deep learning in this project and it can be used on many levels, use it for a full GCSE project or just cherry pick elements of it to suit your teaching.
Printmaking in the busy classroom
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Printmaking in the busy classroom

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This fully illustrated 80 page guide to classroom printmaking features thirteen printmaking ideas and techniques that you can use in your busy classroom using common, low cost, everyday and scrap items. They don’t require you to have any art experience, just the willingness to give them a try. The techniques can be linked to many areas of the curriculum, especially maths, where some suggestions are outlined. Your pupils will LOVE doing these creative activities and they can be used at Primary Key Stage One, Key Stage Two or Secondary Key Stage Three or even Key Stage Four. Featured printmaking methods include: Collograms, Foil Etching, Mono Printing, Neoprene Foam Printing, Glue Gun Printing, Making your own stamps, String Printing, Repeat Printing, Playdough Printing, Roller Printing and many many more. Each technique is shown as a fully photographically illustrated, step-by-step guide. The download comes with a printable Pdf guide to Printmaking and an accompanying Powerpoint slide presentation to use in your classroom. Also included is a FREE illustrated guide to Lino Printing!
How to make a FREE Podcast
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How to make a FREE Podcast

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This PDF file will show you and your students how to make a FREE podcast using free software: Audacity. It really is easy peasy, your students will love it and it has lots of uses in the classroom. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
Alien Landscape
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Alien Landscape

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The Alien Landscape Lesson is a 2-3 hour lesson comprising of Lesson Plan, Powerpoint resources, photographs, artist links and handouts. It will show your students the principles of landscape drawing and painting, colour, depth of field, tonal range and scale etc. in an enjoyable and stimulating project that young people enjoy. Boys LOVE this project! Once your pupils have learned these principles they can move on to landscape painting with the knowledge and tools they need to do it successfully.
Media Pop Art
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Media Pop Art

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Pop Art gets a 21st Century facelift! This a Contemporary Scheme aimed at improving thinking skills and asks deep, Essential Questions of your students to learn how Modern Art has evolved into a thriving contemporary movement. And instead of just making a bland Pop Art style picture, the students are challenged to think about how the media affects their life. I’ve taught this unit to young children and exam classes alike with great results. Crucial to the project's success is the student refining and developing their ideas in light of peer and self evaluation. Includes resources on thinking skills and the 'Pointless' game to help you teach the thinking skills your students need. This project is very motivational and can be used year after year with constantly different results, my students loved it.
Where do ideas come from?
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Where do ideas come from?

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This powerpoint can be used at the creative thinking stage of any project to help your students create interesting, original ideas. It has a classroom game, word play games and strategies designed to make your work stand out from the crowd.
Me in a Box
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Me in a Box

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This exciting project is a new slant on the traditional 'identity' project used in many school art departments, except this version does not depend on the ability to draw a self portrait, but rather uses found objects and symbolism to create deep, meaningful pieces of art. What's more, the project embeds cross-curricular learning, integrating Religious Education themes on identity with Mathematics of Net Making and construction of 3D shapes. The download contains a full Scheme of Work and four PowerPoint presentations as well as photocopiable NET templates, artist links and student examples to help you. This was one of my favourite projects as a teacher!
Primary Art KS1 & 2 Lesson Pack
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Primary Art KS1 & 2 Lesson Pack

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Eight premium full art projects specially designed for the Primary school PLUS three extra art activities and free art skills sheets too! Three projects are included for Key Stage 1 including a mural project based on the artist Tony Cragg, A painting unit that uses the Japanese artist Takahashi Murakami and a cross curricular craft project on birds of paradise. For key stage two there is an alien project, an abstract drawing unit, macro art, a fantastic fish project, plus clay and craft projects. There’s lots of art lessons for everyone and each comes with full planning, teaching resources and clear instructions. Developed by an AST art teacher and Secondary subject leader with years of specialist Primary teaching experience too.
Funny Fish
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Funny Fish

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Complete with beautiful supporting illustrations, a teaching Powerpoint a detailed Lesson Plan with full instructions, fish illustrations and a cross-hatching animation, this 4-6 hour project teaches students to illustrate fish in detail using cross-hatching pen and ink techniques, before inventing their own weird and crazy fish to draw, design and make in a variety of ways. The tutorials show you methods of making fish in clay, wire or 3D. Great for Primary or key stage 3 year 7 to 8.
Dreams
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Dreams

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A project that combines digital techniques with observational drawing. The lesson teaches students how to use Adobe Photoshop Elements by means of a detailed step-by-step exercise. You can use free online software if you don’t have Photoshop (links included). There is also a detailed guide to drawing faces from observation with supporting worksheets. The skills are then combined into a fun Surrealist Dream project. This is especially liked by the boys, they LOVE doing the Photoshop side of the project. I've had great results teaching this project and so will you. It also comes with links to artist resources on Pinterest.