In this PowerPoint students are introduced to beautiful examples of artist terrariums. These introductions are supported by questions and prompts.
This lesson is intended to be used as a one off lesson, or cover lesson, but could easily be incorporated and adjusted into an integrated learning project examining the world around us and our environment.
In this PowerPoint you will find all you need to run a lesson investigating both mixed media and Islamic Art. It includes a starter, task breakdown, plenary and relevant artist and Islamic pattern images.
The lesson will investigate a relevant mixed media artist and then use monoprinting to complete the task. If you are lacking the facilities or equipment for this, you could just as easily complete with a pencil or fineliner.
A perfect way to start the year with a new class, project or teacher.
This PowerPoint introduces the Seven Elements of Art and Design with clear examples of each element for all students to understand.
Following this are examples of students work creating a display page with each of the elements.
Finally, there is an assessment for learning opportunity to examine different elements of art within famous pieces of art work.
Within this resource I start a graphic design project asking students to consider the methods that artists use to sell products, advertise and design a brand.
Within this lesson students will begin to engage with research and being aware of competitors.
In this multi-lesson project, guide your students with the creation of simplistic totem pieces using a reference image and then convert those into collaborative lino-prints.
The presentation features multiple links to videos to support the introduction of the project, presents keywords and other materials to support the delivery of this project.
This entire project of PPTs, including LI’s, Success Criteria, resources and AfL opportunities acts as a complete landscape project investigating a range of different artists, materials and techniques.
PowerPoint covering two lesson introductory project based on who were are and examining basic art materials.
This project has worked well for myself as an introductory project for students are the start of the school year. It allows different members of the class to learn about who they are sat with, their interests as well as expressing their own interests. It also introduces the ideas of self and peer assessment.
IB MYP Visual Arts Shoe Project (Part 1)
In this project, students will engage with a number of activities, aimed at assessing strands of the MYP Visual Arts criteria.
Assessment areas are supported with success criteria and examples where relevant.
International Baccalaureate MYP 3 Grading.
Full PowerPoint for a 5 week project investigating the ecosystem, things we need/want to survive and the production of an individual and group terrariums,
ELL/SEN support sheet for Things we need,
Leaf example resource for Lesson 1,
Year 3 Display board sheet,
Jar examples for terrariums.
In this project students will examine the varying ecosystems, things they, and other creatures and people, need to survive and the things they want in their lives. This project works best when accompanied by a cross curriculum investigation into nature and ecosystems.
The project examines artists and the creation of terrariums, culminating in a group project to create a fantasy piece.
After completing this project with Year 3's recently I found they enjoyed the freedom and creativity of the group work but have adjusted that section to be at the end of the project once individual work has been complete.
This unit investigates drawing, colouring and collage.
This PowerPoint contains five seperate pieces of Art work formed around building an understanding of the Landscape and different parts of the landscape, as well as various Art techniques including: drawing, colouring and collage.
All pieces contain a WALT/LI with examples of student or exemplar work to assist with the project. Some pieces contain starter activities or assessment opportunities to be used with the class.
In this lesson students will choose one of three landscape artists, engaging in research questions adding their own personal opinion before completing their own version of the artists work.
Two artists include links to video demonstrations for how to get started with the work.
The lesson ends with an interesting AfL questioning opportunity, examining older landscape work.
Students continue their examination of landscapes and build upon their previous work created in lesson 4 and 5, the collage skyline.
In this lesson students examine Lizzy Hunter and create maps of their cities.
In the ppt. you will find success criteria, a link to a teacher demonstration and an exemplar link to a student group demonstration as well as a starter task.
Students continue their examination of Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead and continue to build an understanding of other cultures and nationalities, as well as different beliefs.
In this lesson students continue to build an understanding of the patterns which are seen in the festival, as well as the way people chose to show themselves. These lessons show the necessary skills for producing a calavera made from cardboard. Students should be influenced from their earlier creations.
This work includes plenary, starter activities and resources to inspire students.
In this pack there are several created challenge sheets to be used to introduce Maker spaces/Innovation Labs, or Innovation and creativity into the classroom.
These challenges can be used as solo or group work and are best used to inspire additional resource and lesson planning around set topics.
In this pack is 1 regular challenge.
Each challenge card features a matching theme, introduces a scenario and presents rules which can be applied to any level or ability students, across any key stage.
Cover image taken from the 'Maker Space/Innovation Lab Challenge Cards Free Challenge' pack.