In a rush?
No need to fuss.
Download these 3 double-sided cover sheets and print and you are sorted.
Enough activities to keep your students engaged and learning for 3 entire lessons.
-Skulls & Vanitas worksheet**
-skull drawing activity
-highlight the key words knowledge task
-Colour Theory worksheet**
-Colour theory revision activity
-Colour theory wordsearch
-Still Life worksheet**
-highlight the key words knowledge task
-Still life drawing activity
-Still life wordsearch
Use this resource to get your students drawing portraits using tone & the observational method.
This resource includes instructions for 2 different skills and could cover 3-4 lessons:
1- Self-portrait drawing from observation
2- Half-portrait of a celebrity.
Differentiated targets for Stretch & Challenge, More able and less able students.
I used this with my Year 9s and got some really great results back
Iain McArthur and Birds
A Checklist the explains clearly exactly what to do.
A range of activities that develop …
…all leading to a challenging and fun final outcome
This could be 2 or 3 lesson’s worth of work easily.
Use this resource to help your students create level 8 and 9 artist research pages for the 2023 exam theme of LOCK!
Checklist for what is required in an artist research
SEMI writing framework & an example of how to use it
Visual & written exemplars
Tips for top marks
Success Criteria for each grade- 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1…
A choice of several relevant artists that your students will like.
A handy step-by-step guide using artist JIM DINE to help your students create excellent Artist Research pages.
-Examples of Artist Studies
-Animated diagram explaining how to create an Artist Research
-Template that helps students in interpreting an artwork
-Resources to support Art vocabulary
The perfect activity to follow up on a unit on portrait drawing. Use this to have your students developing their own pattern taking inspiration from a variety of sources.
Complete lesson with lesson plan & differentiation.
Create a Self Portrait taking inspiration from the style of artist Kehinde Wiley.
There are two parts to this artwork :
Your tonal grid drawing (last 2 lessons)
Your personalised background pattern (today)
Key words for this project: Pattern, Portrait, Design, Shape, Identity, Personalisation, Repeat, Symmetry, Flip, Reverse, Colour Scheme, Harmonious, Monochromatic, Complimentary
Everything you need in one ppt!
-Use this resource to get ALL of your year 11 students effectively researching and writing high quality Artist Study pages to earn top marks for AO1.
-Hopper is featured in the new Beginnings/End exam Edexcel paper, why not use this ppt to scaffold for your students how to do a proper artist study.
-A foolproof system with step by step instructions on how to analyse Hoppers’ work using SEMI
-Printable differentiated worksheets for students to answer questions and fill in the blanks
-A comprehensive and engaging introduction to Hopper’s work
-Examples of high quality GCSE research pages
-Success Criteria & Edexcel mark scheme
-Tips and tricks for top attainers
-Video clips to an analysis of Hopper’s work.
2 Art lessons exploring the topic of Vanitas, including…
-Analysis of ‘The Ambassadors’ Vanitas artwork by Hans Holbein the younger.
-Skull drawing practice worksheets using the observational/upside down/ grid drawings methods
-Match of the Day using Key Terminology
-Exercise where students set up their own Still life, research the symbolism of the objects and photograph it.
My year 9s loved it.
Explore the colour wheel
Explore colour value, how colours are created by mixing other colours
Explore complementary colours
Create our own colour wheel blending/layering markers, colouring pencils and watercolour paints
I created this to use for an interview lesson with a group of Year 9 boys. I had a lot of fun teaching the lesson, all students were engaged, learning and making progress… and I got the job.
Includes powerpoint & lesson plan.
Just add: paper, markers, wire, masking tape, scissors/wire cutters and students
Learning Objectives & Outcomes:
-To understand and reflect on the purpose of a portrait, using key terms
-To create an abstract, dimensional portrait, developing problem-solving skills while working with wire
We look at a classic Velazques and compare it with Bacon’s reinterpretation
-continuous line drawing
Use this easy powerpoint template to improve questioning in the classroom.
-All you have to do is input names of all students in your class
-Press S to start/stop the powerpoint
-engages students & keep everyone attentive
A whole month of lessons! Drawing using tone and drawing celebrity portraits. Always a favorite lesson of my students.
A whole month of lessons!
Step by step guide
Do now tasks
Autumn Art Assessment
An entire Design Technology term in one file… print off this booklet and your KS3 students can enjoy learning about Product Design, how to draw & render using 3D geometric forms, video game design, logo design & printmaking.
-30 pages of engaging, challenging activities
-Extended writing task
-Self & peer assessment checkpoints
-Teacher feedback checkpoints
-Do Now tasks
In a hurry? Need something now? Edit this to suit your school and you will be ready to go in a flash.
A knowledge organiser for GCSE Art highlighting the key Assessment Objectives, including a breakdown of knowledge, vocabulary, links , art etc.
Adapt or use as it is, I’ll be uploading more resources very soon to go along with the theme I’m using with my year 10s come September- Organic vs. Mechanic.
Putting personality on a page!
A groovy mixed-media self-portrait project that builds on/assesses a range of skills: observational drawing, composition and graffiti.
I used this scheme of work with year 9, but I'm sure you could adapt it for any age.