Art & Design artist research steps infographic - poster, handout or bookmark | Teaching Resources
An infographic designed as a reminder to students (KS3, 4 or5) about how to put together artist research to support their practical project. Six simple steps with short explanations which can be used as a checklist. You can print as a bookmark to pop into sketchbooks or display in the classroom. There are two versions - one with a Mondrian quote at the bottom, the other without - your choice.
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GCSE Art and Design infographic - assessment objectives | Teaching Resources
A student friendly infographic to guide students through producing an exam or coursework project that meets the assessment objective criteria. A pdf file which can be printed as a bookmark or larger for display in the classroom. A successful way to break down the GCSE assessment objectives for students and get them taking responsibility for making sure their project covers all aspects.
GCSE Art and Design Assessment Objectives Poster for dispay or handout | Teaching Resources
An A3 pdf poster for artroom display to support students' understanding of the Assessment Objectives. This version uses the 'old specification' wording for this years' GCSE (year 11) students - a 'new spec' version is also available for year 10s. The poster aims to keep it simple and provides short 'student speak' explanations of what each assessment objective is looking for. The idea of the poster is to present the process of the project from the perspective of an explorer: developing ideas…
Improve students' art vocabulary ⋆ felt-tip-pen
Poster resource to improve students use of art vocabulary. Can also be printed as a handout. Great for developing literacy in the art room!
GCSE Art Analysis and Annotation guide sheets | Teaching Resources
Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece of extended writing. Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats. Please leave feedback if you found this resource helpful! Happy Teaching :)