KS3 MEDIUM TERM PLAN

Emma Holford
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a medium term plan outlining key skills for KS3 art projects

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KS3 MEDIUM TERM PLAN
1 ART & DESIGN
1.1 SUMMER TERM
2 WATER: MARINE LIFE
2.1 LEARNING ABOUT GREAT ARTISTS
2.1.1 HEATHER KNIGHT - CERAMICIST
2.1.1.1 http://www.elementclaystudio.com/
2.1.1.2 Fact File - Key artworks and information about the artist
2.1.1.3 Be inspired by the artists work - working in clay
2.2 Developing Ideas and Mastering Techniques
2.2.1 How will technology support learning?
2.2.1.1 IWB - to share video, images and information
2.2.1.2 Camera - to photograph to record progress pupil work at each stage
2.2.1.3 Video - to record practical work and critiques as appropriate
2.2.1.4 iPad - Sketch app and Pic Collage app
2.2.1.4.1 Sketching and image manipulation to extend and develop ideas
2.2.2 Drawing and Painting
2.2.2.1 Creating surfaces to draw on
2.2.2.1.1 Spray bottle - inks
2.2.2.1.2 Marbing
2.2.2.1.3 ice ink-pops
2.2.2.1.4 bubble prints
2.2.2.1.5 salt & inks
2.2.2.1.6 wax resists
2.2.2.2 Experimental drawing techniques
2.2.2.2.1 Fine liner
2.2.2.2.2 markers
2.2.2.2.3 oil pastels
2.2.2.2.4 pencils
2.2.2.2.5 graphite sticks
2.2.2.2.6 inks
2.2.2.2.7 improvised drawing implements
2.2.2.3 Work in sketchbooks
2.2.2.4 Work on large format: A2
2.2.2.5 Work / sketch on iPad apps
2.2.2.6 - Selecting colours purposefully
2.2.2.7 - To know the names of colours
2.2.2.8 - Prepare and mix colours
2.2.2.9 - To show an awareness of colour theory in practice
2.2.2.10 - To make purposeful marks to represent image / object
2.2.2.11 - To add texture and pattern
2.2.2.12 - To make tints (add white) and tones (add black)
2.2.3 Ceramic Skills
2.2.3.1 - Handling clay
2.2.3.2 - Handling tools
2.2.3.3 - Pinch pot
2.2.3.4 - Coils
2.2.3.5 - rolling a slab
2.2.3.6 shaping and modelling
2.2.3.7 joining clay with slip
2.2.3.8 adding surface textures
2.2.3.9 decorating with clay
2.2.3.10 decorating with slip
2.2.3.11 decorating with glaze
2.2.3.12 Make a texture tile inspired by artist Heather Knight
2.2.3.13 Make a vessel inspired by marine life
3 EMMA HOLFORD
4 Focus: Drawing & Painting leading to ceramic outcome in 2nd half term. Formal Elements: line, tone, colour, texture, shape and form Critical Reference: Marine Life – coral reef, sea urchins, shells. Artist Heather Knight – ceramicist. Ideas: Make a range of interesting papers on which to draw, paint and design - marbling, salt and inks, water colours, wax resists, ice painting, spray bottles with inks, ‘bubble’ papers. iPad sketching and photo manipulation 1st half term: Draw from observation and imagination – shells, sea urchins, star fish; create a large scale mixed media artwork based on observations. 2nd half term: Ceramics inspired by marine life and artist Heather Knight- Gp 1: slab built or slip cast vessels inspired by marine life Gp 2 & 3: pinch pot sea urchins & clay / plaster cast texture tiles
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