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My resources are to evolve the ability of teaching art in a means that is enjoyable and not daunting to the pupil. One that inspires and encourages. please give me feedback for my resources. I am trainee teacher studying in 2021. Art and design.

My resources are to evolve the ability of teaching art in a means that is enjoyable and not daunting to the pupil. One that inspires and encourages. please give me feedback for my resources. I am trainee teacher studying in 2021. Art and design.
Drawing with Lowry
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Drawing with Lowry

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This 11 page resource explains how Lowry’s work was relaxed and simple in regards to his representational skills. Under this description we can look to see if studying Lowrys work will reassure young artists that not always does art and its drawings have to be of the highest standards. Understanding his figures also shows how we can draw in our own way, and if we do, we can express our own opinions, thoughts and feelings. It is perhaps here that we can encourage pupils to interpret, in their own way, the human form without creating the impression that the matter of drawing a person is too difficult. The work is ideal for homework handouts, sketchbook fillers and descriptions and annotations. There is also a collage exercise to encourage ideas of composition.
Design YOUR totem pole.
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Design YOUR totem pole.

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16 page unit of work. With 3 homework exercises. The goal of this exercise is to learn how to symbolise and simplify everyday objects, animals and experiences. Allowing the student to construct and assign meaning to their designs. interpretation and representation. So the student can design their own Totem-pole! Personal to them. At the end of the exercise the teacher should be left with a collection designs that can work towards a display. The work explores, objects, animals and ‘notions’ or ‘experiences’ In American Indian culture, objects, animals and experiences are defined in a manner that allows the artist means to portray such subject matter in a particular style. In learning how to symbolise objects and other such things, we can begin to interpret things in our own manner, developing an individual interpretation on the matter being portrayed. The unit of work covers homework exercises and other means to encourage the student to develop their own interpretation on various things and experiences that will eventually contribute to a series of designs that can be applied to the their totem pole design. There are also written tasks that encourage the student to apply imagery to stories. Which should encourage the totem pole design. As well as descriptive exercises to help understand the subject of the totem pole. There are also colouring in exercises.
Drawing from perculiar angles
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Drawing from perculiar angles

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This 7 page unit of work are drawing exercises that exercise the drawing methods used to draw from challenging angles. This work explains how the narrative to draw, and the descriptive language used to describe ones subject matter is at times a challenging thing to articulate. In practicing these skills the pupil can develop confidence in approaching and attempting drawing exercises from all angles. Napoleon, Aurelius, and another Roman icon.
Drawing with the gods part 2
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Drawing with the gods part 2

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This resource is the second part of a hand out that develops drawing skills and debates ideas of identity and association. The work is either a single lesson drawing exercise or the basis of a class investigation investigating antiquity and sculpture. As the teacher asks each pupil who they want to draw we can develop insight into who our pupils are, and their interests.
drawing with Vernet
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drawing with Vernet

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This drawing exercise looks at the human body portrayed by Vernet. Simple drawing exercises that can develop the students observational skills of the human body. the homework exercise encourages the student to develop their own portrayal of the human body with a given object. With the task to draw the chosen subject. There is a collage exercise too.
Drawing Monet
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Drawing Monet

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Easy to understand PDF document providing drawing steps for drawing Claude Monets Portrait. With fun questions for home work and practice annotations.
Drawing with the Gods (part 1)
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Drawing with the Gods (part 1)

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This resource (1 of 2) is a hand out where the pupils can choose which God they want to draw. It is either a single lesson, with A hand out or it is an entire unit of work exploring the Greek gods. Encouraging a sense of affiliation and individuality. Some are ideal for girls and others ideal for boys. And it is the teachers job to ask which pupil would like to draw which god. If the teacher wishes not to hand out all gods to all pupils. The hand out is a great sketch book filler, and are also ideal for developing the drawing skills. The hand outs are informative and educational with descriptions about the Greek gods and their roles in society and the Heavens. As the gods have descriptions themselves, perhaps it is here that the pupils can learn to associate with them selves what they think they represent and what they are known for. In exploring the gods perhaps the pupils can explore there own identities and roles. This is the conversation of the class.
Drawing with David
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Drawing with David

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11 units of work. This resource acts as a prime context for pupils to learn the basic drawing skills. Rather than express and display a formulaic subject matter, this resource also involves subject matter that is more engaging and fundamental. The handouts are also excellent sketchbook fillers for year 7-9. The work may seem advanced and it is here that the teacher can debate this rather than express subject matter of less significance. There are 11 a4 pages that can be handed out and used to fill sketchbooks, this work can also be used as homework hand outs too.
kandinsky!!
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kandinsky!!

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This is exercise is to encourage and explain abstract art and to explore the mediums of pen and water colour.