I refer to this document as the Bible. Inside this 42 page booklet created in word you will find lots of useful information which can be adapted and used in any Art Department across the world. From lesson plans, assessment, shemes of work, students
This is a powerpoint presentation which was made for Year 9 students on the theme of Mythical Creatures. It is a full scheme of work which lasts around 10-12 hours. The students produced characters inspired by Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings
This is a powerpoint created for Year 12 art students but could be used at GCSE Level. It is a good teaching resource on basic colour theory and complimentary colours, This also goes through how to paint a portrait in an expressive or realistic style
This is a powerpoint which can be used for GCSE or A-Level students to encourage them to explore the formal elements within art.
It begins with drawing activities and takes them through each formal element.
This is a powerpoint which can be used for GCSE or A-Level students to encourage them to give an outline of the course and how it will be taught and assessed. It has some great examples of artists and students work to share with your students
This is a powerpoint which can be used for GCSE or A-Level students. It is a scheme of work which will last 1-2 terms. It has examples of students work and artist images for you to use and share with students. This was a very popular topic which
2 years ago my Department introduced A-Level Photography, the course has proven to be very popular. This resourse is an introduction powerpoint to what I believe is needed when thinking about capturing/taking a photograph.
There are 21 slides.
This is a powerpoint which can be used for GCSE or A-Level students to encourage them to produce quick drawings across a one hour or a 2 hour lesson.
It has student examples of work to share with your students.
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