This is a 3 lesson project aimed at Key stage 3 art students. They will be walked through the basics of tonal drawing and then complete a 2 lesson tonal study of a fish using high quality images (also provided). The lessons include starter and plenary activities such as fun facts, discussion points, open and closed questioning and reflection. These lessons can be taught via zoom.
This is a resource that is easily transferable to any subject or year group. Personally I find it most effective with Key stage 2, Key stage 3 and Key stage 4 to help students structure their response to teacher feedback and marking. As we know, as educators creating a dialogue around feedback of any kind is important; checking for understanding, giving time for reflection and thinking about future goals are all included in this simple and concise response to feedback slip.
I find this a simple and effective tool to include to improve my feedback and marking strategies. It is a scaffolding tool and also promotes independent learning and reflection