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I am an Art teacher primarily with FE, SEN and University experience but I also teach media and life skills.

I am an Art teacher primarily with FE, SEN and University experience but I also teach media and life skills.
Home Study Art Project - Homework - Or in case of school closures
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Home Study Art Project - Homework - Or in case of school closures

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Home Study Art Project - Homework - Or in case of school closures this is a handy project that your students could work on over a period of two weeks amongst other work. This project is based around Shadow. It consists of 10 pages and a range of tasks that look at shadows. Also there is a page on the Artist Kumi Yamashita and the final work is focused on Shadow play and silhouette landscapes. The project is aimed at GCSE students.
Quiz - Name the Movie and Genre Quiz
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Quiz - Name the Movie and Genre Quiz

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This is a “Name the Movie and Genre” quiz for use in many lessons including Media Studies lessons. It shows 24 stills of films and they simple have to guess the film and the genre. I’ve run it for a range of lessons and it works very well. It can take between 30 and 45 minutes to do. Extension task is included in text at end.
Quiz - Name the Film Character and Prop Quiz
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Quiz - Name the Film Character and Prop Quiz

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This quiz features 24 stills of films. The students have to name the character and a prop they use in the film. It takes between 30 to 45 minutes to complete depending on how long you discuss at end. This does include a reading out the answers section (which is at the rear of the document) and then scoring. I find my students love these and it breaks up the standard lessons. I throw one of these in after a hard two or three weeks on the same subject.
VE Day Task - Commemorative Soldier Silhouette
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VE Day Task - Commemorative Soldier Silhouette

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This is a four step task with photos and instructions to explain the process. It is designed as a commemorative task for students of all levels and can fit into history, general studies, or art lessons. Once students have created their silhouette then they can bee combined to make a collaborative display.
Home Study Design Project - Design Your Own Board Game
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Home Study Design Project - Design Your Own Board Game

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This project can be used for Graphic Design or Art and Design. It is a 15 page booklet that covers the research, brainstorming and creation of the students own board game. It is a home study or homework project that can be used while schools are closed or during holidays. There is a substantial amount of work here, at least ten hours work. See another Home Study Project at my shop.
Artist Information Sheet
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Artist Information Sheet

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This is a blank form that can be used to profile an artist and produce a fact sheet about them, aka research. Students can stick this into their sketchbooks. It gives a structured approach to learning about artists and can be used for a range of years from year 5 to 11. PLEASE leave a review. Thanks as it really helps me know what to upload. Either the student will have access to a laptop or they are given printed hand outs which they use to research the artist.
Optical Art Collage Activity - Op Art
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Optical Art Collage Activity - Op Art

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This is an op art lesson where you can create a mixed media piece based around the work of Bridget Riley. This can be used for a range of levels and includes the following elements: Materials needed Source and Reference to Optical Art and Bridget Riley Activity with photo examples
Henry Moore - Life and Art - Presentation
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Henry Moore - Life and Art - Presentation

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This is free so if you do download it then please leave me a REVIEW, which would be very much appreciated. This is a well worked power point presentation showing Henry Moore’s Art and Life. It features images of his work, biographical information, talks about the style of his work and influences. It deals with some major aspects of his work including the reclining figure, primitive influences, his use of found objects and maquettes and the war drawings. This is aim at students over 13.
Careers in Art Project - Jobs in Art
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Careers in Art Project - Jobs in Art

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This is a three document project. This includes an instruction sheet, a form the students fill out and a compiled list of careers in art. This can be used in a number of ways with a range of outcomes. This highlights a collage project but the resulting work can be used to stick in books for example instead. One of the goals of this project is to show students what can be achieved in the arts industry. This resource is aimed at 10 to 15 year olds.
Helping Students Analysis and Evaluate Art Works
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Helping Students Analysis and Evaluate Art Works

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This package includes two sheets; ‘Analysis of an art work’ deals with a series of questions about an artwork. It’s laid out neatly on the page with boxes and questions. ‘Evaluating your work’ helps the students think about their own work by putting forward a series of question bubbles that make them think about different aspects of their work.
Analysing Film Trailers - Genre, Setting, Characters and Events
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Analysing Film Trailers - Genre, Setting, Characters and Events

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This is a single sheet activity where you select a range of trailers and then the students answer questions about them. They have to name the film, genre, give 3 examples of Settings, Characters and Events in the film trailer. It is design to make students think about design aspects of film. This is a media studies lesson but could also be used for general lessons. It’s also a fun to watch trailers! PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW IF YOU DOWNLOAD THIS - THANKS
Create a Concept for a New Film - Media Studies
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Create a Concept for a New Film - Media Studies

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Here is a hand sheet for students to come up with a concept for their own film. It works as a starting point and can be used in Media Studies or English, maybe even just in general studies. It poses a series of questions to fill in to give an over view of the film including name, setting, locations and description.
QUIZ POWER POINTS - Two Guess the Famous Person Quizzes
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QUIZ POWER POINTS - Two Guess the Famous Person Quizzes

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Guess the Famous person! This package features two power points that are good for tutor time, media studies or to fill a gap. They are fun and last for about 15 minutes. Make sure you through out clues if they can’t guess them? Answers are included. A quiz showing celebrity eyes. The picture and name of the celebrity follows each eye. A quiz showing celebrity noses. The picture and name of the celebrity follows each nose.
Royal Family Succession and Heirs
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Royal Family Succession and Heirs

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This is a lesson for KS3 looking at Royal Succession. It has two main activities: Putting in to order the those who inherit and then constructing a royal family. This involves colouring and sticking and discussion about families. There’s also a little bit of description about the theory.
Genre Case Study Sheet (to fill in)
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Genre Case Study Sheet (to fill in)

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This is a simple sheet for a class activity in media studies. It’s a case study sheet on film Genre. It can be used a number of times because you select one genre and fill out the questions about it which deal with character types, props, sets and events.
Similarities Between Films in One Genre
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Similarities Between Films in One Genre

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We are looking at film genre in this sheet and finding similarities in films in the same genre. It’s ideal for media studies. “Select four films in the same genre and write them in the boxes. What do they have in common? Write it in the circle below.”