A complete booklet including
Key design terms with prompt questions to encourage deeper thinking
Contemporary and historical designers tasks to refine evaluation/ analytical skills. Prepares students for writing about designers either within their coursework or for the prelim on design.
How to compare designers using a VENN diagram (mathematical cross curricular method- very visual and perfect for lower ability learners)
Writing frames for design brief
Writing frame for final evaluation
examples of design sketches
Design templates for body/ head
Great resource to guide you through a personal project with full set of resources
Full scheme of work with higher order thinking questions for each stage
Lesson by lesson powerpoint with learning focus and student schedule
Homework tasks per week to extend their knowledge of tasks
Photography course book
Writing frames for analysis
Writing frame for introduction to the project and final evaluation
Includes HOW TO guides in Photoshop :
Hue and saturation
Adding text layers
Desaturation of your images
Shadows and highlights
Cool/ warm photo filters
Using layer masks
Creating focus within an image
Creating an old fashioned style photograph
Adding motion blur
Comic book image
Creating a graphic comic montage
Lichtenstein style pop art image
Andy Warhol style pop art image
Adding a monster mouth
Turning a photograph into a painting or sketch
Using the pen tool
Adding light streams using the pen tool
Creating multiple people on one image
Rule of thirds
This pack includes colour coded classroom display posters, key words, key questions for display, a prompt sheet for teachers when discussing artists and student ideas to help to guide you into asking the right type of questions.
Fully prepared and ready to use.
Specifically created for ART teachers.
Amazing bundle of resources. These are great if you want the students to learn the basics of photography from scratch including how to use and control apertures, shutter speeds, depth of field, lighting and equipment, depth in landscapes, macro....the list goes on. It is set up as a series of mini assignments. The PowerPoint introduces the assignments explaining what the learning focus is and what they will need to present as an outcome. This is fully editable so that you can adapt it to suit your own class needs. This project is for 12-14 weeks to help them to learn and demonstrate the basic key skills in photography. It is great if you are just starting out and not sure where to start, or if you want to adapt an existing project for your early learners. I have used this with my A level class when they first started the coruse and it really improved their outcome quality and enabled them to see which areas of photography are their strength.
This bundle includes:
1- Full scheme of work with higher order thinking questions for each stage
2- A fully editable digital sketchbook for students to upload their outcomes into. No need to print unless you want to as the sketchbook will provide the evidence.
3- mark sheet and student chefcklist to record their feedback and ongoing assignment grades
4- Full assignment powerpoint with learning objectveis and outcomes identified
Assignment 1- Daily routine- creating a visual story
Assignment 2- Apertures
Assignment 3- Still life (including pattern ,typology, and composition set up)
Assignment 4- Lighting in Portraiture (including light patterns and how to use them to create better portraits, scannography portraits, colour in portraiture, chiaroscuro photographs)
Assignment 5- Macro world
Assignment 6- Depth in Landscapes (including rules of composition and how to use these to create better landscapes)
Assignment 7- Shutter speeds (including exposure and touching on ISO)
Assignment 8- Photoshop editing
Assignment 9- Viewpoints
Assignment 10- Reflections
Assignment 11- Slinkachu (looking at an artist for inspiration)
This is part 1 of a full year course. The second part focuses on building their analysis skills and working to the assessment objectives through a personal project theme. Well worth a look as it has really helped my students to improve their photography as a whole course.