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Technical Drawing - Freehand
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Technical Drawing - Freehand

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By the end of the lessons you will be able to: Bisect lines and angles Improve two-dimensional sketching using various techniques. Complete a three-dimensional sketch using crating. Use isometric grid paper as a sketching aid. Sketch cylindrical objects. Understand how to use light in shading. Add shadow and shading to enhance sketches. Lesson Powerpoint is attached.
Maria Sibylla Merian: Scientific Illustration
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Maria Sibylla Merian: Scientific Illustration

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Powerpoint lesson, learning objectives are: Understand the history of scientific illustrations. Introduce you to Maria Sibylla Merian. Look at Maria’s scientific illustrations. Be a Scientific Illustrator Include the lifecycles of different animals and plants.
Architecture project: The Tiny-House
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Architecture project: The Tiny-House

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Architecture project: The Tiny-House Design Brief The tiny house movement (also known as the “small-house movement”) is an architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in small homes. One definition of a tiny house is a dwelling unit with a maximum of 37 square meters (400 sq ft) of floor area, excluding lofts. There are a variety of reasons for living in a tiny house. Many people who enter this lifestyle rethink what they value in life and decide to put more effort into strengthening their communities, healing the environment, spending time with their families, or saving money. Tiny Homes can also provide affordable transitional housing for those who have experienced a lack of shelter. A family living in the _____ has decided to go to a leading architecture company in the _____ and ask you to design a 3D model of their dream tiny house. As the lead architect, it is up to you to win your client over and create a successful project.
Create a Space Invader with paper weaving
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Create a Space Invader with paper weaving

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Fun arts and crafts task. A group activity creating a Space Invaders game. In the file attached are the instructions I shared with my class. Instructions Starter activity Examples Suitable for Y6 and Y7, maybe younger?
Surreal Edible Architecture
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Surreal Edible Architecture

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Learning Aims: By the end of the lesson, learners will be able to Understand what Surreal Edible Architecture looks like. In this download you are provided a lesson plan for maybe 2/3 lessons for Middle School based on food. You will be provided a list and instructions on how the lesson should flow. Enjoy!
Pixel Art
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Pixel Art

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Activity 1: Complete the grid drawing of the Minecraft character. The grid is made up of 10 mm squares. Activity 2: Complete the Mario character. The grid is made up of 10 mm squares. Activity 3: Complete the grid drawing of a symbol. Print out and allow students access to pencil crayons.
Line Relief Pottery Lesson
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Line Relief Pottery Lesson

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For this pottery project, you will create your own raised design. A raised design in an artwork is called a ‘Relief’. You will be using a Styrofoam plate for this project. This ceramic lesson can be taught to all of Secondary. This could be a 3 one-hour lesson: Create your design and Styrofoam plate - the theme could be a pattern or link to another art task. Build your pot and use the Styrofoam plate Paint your final design with Watercolours or Acrylics. Tips: Try and limit the use of water in stage 2. Press hard on the Styroplate to capture the design; it doesn’t matter if the Styrofoam plate breaks. If you use air-dry clay, Acrylics might work better than Watercolours, as the water could ruin the pot. Have fun!
Egyptian Textiles Fashion
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Egyptian Textiles Fashion

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Exploring Egyptian Textiles topic. Mini lesson (30 mins) with a: Information & Pictures Quiz Design a Tunic exercise Including visual handouts.
Dynamic Artwork: Kinetic Sculpture (Calder)
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Dynamic Artwork: Kinetic Sculpture (Calder)

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We are exploring Dynamic Art through the eyes of Alexander Calder. Students investigated and created a PowerPoint about the Artist before this lesson. Attached is a lesson plan exploring Calder process of making Mobiles, Kinetic Sculptures. The task is to create a three-level mobile based on flight. For this task you will need string, sticks and any other type of collage materials. This is a four-period lesson for Year 9/Grade 8.
Dynamic Art: Abstract Movement (Balla)
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Dynamic Art: Abstract Movement (Balla)

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We are exploring Dynamic Art through the eyes of Giacomo Balla. Students investigated and created a PowerPoint about the Artist before this lesson. Attached is a lesson plan exploring the Balla process and how to create a Balla-inspired artwork. For this lesson you will need pencils, black pens & pastels. This is a two-period lesson for Year 9/Grade 8.
Pastel, Cyberpunk, Futurism,  Dystopian, Cityscape
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Pastel, Cyberpunk, Futurism, Dystopian, Cityscape

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Description: Learn about a Futurist Artist Study the Artist’s style Watch a video clip (Bladerunner) on how this Artist still influences us today Create your own Futurism artwork based on a Cyberpunk, Futurism, Dystopian, Cityscape Task involves pastels and black paper. Included in the download are a PPT and a Video
Technical Drawing - Pictorial
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Technical Drawing - Pictorial

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Description: Define pictorial drawing. Identify the different types of pictorial drawings. Define an oblique view. Draw an oblique view of a 3D solid. Complete oblique drawings. Define an isometric view. Draw an isometric view of a 3D solid. Complete isometric drawings. Define a perspective view. Draw a perspective view of a 3D solid. You will need pencils, erasers, rulers and graph paper. The whole lesson is in the PowerPoint, including different drawing tasks.
Propaganda Art - Forests are Golden
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Propaganda Art - Forests are Golden

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Forests are Gold is from a Vietnam propaganda poster painted in 1977 by artist Lê Thiệp, who studied at the Trường Đại Học Mỹ Thuật [College of Fine Arts] in Hanoi. This is one lesson look at Propaganda Art not related to War but to the Environment. Includes an activity at the end. This is a lower secondary visual art task.
Art History: Queen of Sheba
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Art History: Queen of Sheba

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Mini 35 mins lesson about Islamic Art History. Attached is a PDF for a student-led lesson. Included is the story, quiz and a drawing task.