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Rhiannon Ognen s00133978 | EDAR517 Assessment Task 1- Curriculum Outline and Coursework Assessment Units 1 + 2

Introduction and Situational Analysis:

The school context for which I will be designing the course outline is Pascoe Vale Girls College. Pascoe Vale Girls College was established in 1956 and is a State government 7-12 secondary school for girls. It is set in fifteen acres of landscaped grounds in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. The staff comprises four Principal Class members, seventy-eight effective full-time teachers and twenty-five Education Support Staff. The 1200 students that attend Pascoe Vale Girls College are drawn from a wide geographical area and a diversity of cultural and language backgrounds. I will be teaching a class of twelve Year 11 Studio Arts girls aged between sixteen and seventeen. The aim of the College is to provide progressive and engaging education for every girl, encouraging them to aspire to be their best. Pascoe Vale Girls College’s vision is clear and based on the belief that every student can learn. It is also based on the work of teams of teachers, students, parents and community members seeking better outcomes, acknowledging common goals, and using feedback to establish greater achievements in a supportive environment. Pascoe vale Girls College facilitates its teaching towards the Australian Victorian Essential Learning Standards for Year 7 - 10, and towards the VCAA standards for VCE. There is a 1:1 ratio of students and laptops from Year 9 to 12, and library resource access for all. The art rooms don’t have any advanced technology/resources for the students, but a wide range of materials and equipment with passionate and dedicated teachers who support the students in every aspect of the situation.

Rationale:

This comprehensive coursework outlineresource is designed for Year 11 students completing VCE Studio Art, Unit 1 (Artistic inspiration and techniques). The two area of studies this resource will focus on is A.O.S 2 (Materials and techniques) and A.O.S 3 (Interpretation of art ideas and use of materials and techniques). This resource is designed to align with my practicum school, Pascoe Vale Girls College. The College runs a

weekly timetable with 50 minute lessons, with 3 single lessons and a double (total of 5 lessons a week). Unit 1 runs through Terms 1 and 2 with a total of 95 lessons. This ‘coursework outline’ resource provides teaching and learning activities (in both art making, art criticism, and art history), assessment tasks, assessment rubrics, extensive resource materials and advice for teachers (concerning the sequencing of lessons and progressive development of learning). It allows for the students to be exposed to a diverse range of materials, techniques, art forms, different artist’s and artworks (from different times) to encourage individual distinctive styles within their creative process in Unit 1, to form a strong foundation for Unit 2, 3 and 4. This course outlinesupports creativity, refines visual literacy, strengthens development of personal aesthetic, with resources that support the program of study with formative and summative assessment. This course outlineis balanced and inclusive, as it provides the following:

- a range of opportunities for a student to demonstrate in different contexts and modes the knowledge, skills, understanding and capacities set

out in the curriculum. (Folios and extended responses).

- designed so that, under similar conditions, they provide, consistent information about student performance. (Including lots of lesson’s in the library, so that all students no matter what Socio-economic status can complete the task using equal resources). On completion of this coursework students will:

be able to explore and use a variety of materials and techniques to support and record the development of individual ideas to produce

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artworks; be able to discuss how artists from different times and culture have interpreted sources of inspiration and used materials and techniques in the production of artworks.

Outline/Coursework includes:

Section1

Section 2 Course Outline.

Section 3 Lesson Plans:

Section 4 Outcomes:

Section 5 Worksheets needed to teach and learn the unit.

Timetables/Timeline:

A Weekly Timetable

Including: Weekly

A Creating and Making

Outcome 2

B Unit 1 Term 1 + 2

‘Teaching and Learning’ Activities, Key Knowledge and Skills addressed, Resources, and Assessment.

B Exploring and

i Assessment Task Sheet

 

Dates

Responding

ii Assessment Rubric

Outcome 3

i

Assessment Task sheet

ii

Assessment Rubric

Section 1 Timetables/Timeline

A Weekly Timetable:

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Period 1

         

Period 2

   

Yr. 11 Studio Art

   

Recess

         

Period 3

 

Yr. 11 Studio Art

 

Yr. 11 Studio Art

 

Period 4

     

Yr. 11 Studio Art

 

Lunch

         

Period 5

         

Period 6

Yr. 11 Studio Art

       

B Unit 2 - Term 1 and 2 Dates:

Term 1 Dates

Monday the 25 th of January, 2016 26 th of March, 2016.

Weeks: 1- 9

Term 2 Dates

Monday the 11 th of April, 2016 17 th of June, 2016.

Weeks: 10 - 19

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Section 2 Course Outline. Including: Weekly (recommended sequence) Teaching and LearningActivities, Key Knowledge and Skills addressed, Resources, and Assessment.

Colour coordinated key:

Outcomes focused

Theory

Exploring Materials and Techniques WORKSHOP A + B (Creating and Making)

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP A + B (Exploring and Responding)

Assessment of outcomes due

Excursion

Week/

Date

Week 1

(25/01)

Teaching and Learning Activities (Pedagogy)

L1

Introduction to the Unit.

Distribution of student handbook

including timeline for the students to fill in, student unit outline, assessment sheets, rubrics, excursion permission forms, and VCE policy declaration of authenticity.

- Explain the use of Edmodo, set up accounts and make sure everyone

has access to this online platform. (All work will posted on Edmodo for

the students who are away, and if they lose any work).

L2

Introduction to outcome 2

: Read through assessment task sheet

(performance descriptors), and rubric.

- What’s expected of the students, task conditions and rules.

- Students will begin brainstorming the theme of outcome 2

- PPT on different materials and techniques

Introduction to ‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP

(A)Theme of portraiture.

 

- Task outline worksheet

L3

Key Knowledge and Skills addressed (Curriculum)

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular

materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

Resources

L1

Student handbooks x 12

Students need Art folios and theory folders.

L2

PPT Outcome 2

- Past student’s example

- Material and techniques PPT

◦ ‘Exploring materials and

techniques workshop’ task

outline worksheet (in handbook)

L3

LIBRARY: Computers, books, DVD’s/videos and articles.

L4+5

PPT Introduction to the

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Week 2 (01/02) ◦ LIBRARY: Students work on Outcome 2 Independently. Brainstorm   and research

Week 2

(01/02)

LIBRARY:

Students work on Outcome 2 Independently.

Brainstorm

 

and research theme, materials and techniques you want to explore using library resources.

 

Students will learn how to source a diverse range of inspirational material to generate ideas.

Show past Student’s example.

 

(using the library resources makes the outcomes equitable for all students

L4+L5

to achieve their full potential equally).

 
 

CREATING + MAKING: Exploring materials and techniques

 

WORKSHOP (A) Part 1

Portrait drawing using graphite pencils

 

(Teacher as the sitter)

PPT introduction to materials and techniques: Using pencil/sight

 

method for proportions, negative space and value (chiaroscuro). Art elements and principles of line, value, texture, contrast and proportion.

Provide a demonstration.

2 minute silhouette of sitter on the paper (to see the scale of their

drawings to fit the page, many students start working really small)

 

10 minute drawing activity just focusing on line.

20 minute drawing activity (final: line, tone, all the techniques learnt).

Annotation of work completed during this class.

 

Evaluation work sheet.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING: Talking about Art Elements and Principles. Art Element and Principles Definitions Worksheet.
EXPLORING AND RESPONDING: Talking about Art Elements and
Principles.
Art Element and Principles Definitions Worksheet.
- George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922) Worksheet (Art
Elements and Principles).
Students will learn appropriate art terminology to describe the
use of elements and principles in others’ artworks.
Annotations Worksheet
and
students continue with Outcome 2
development.
Students will learn what makes good annotations and will be
provided with sample annotated images.

L1

-

L2

L3

annotated images. L1 ◦ - ◦ L2 ◦ ◦ L3 Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties
annotated images. L1 ◦ - ◦ L2 ◦ ◦ L3 Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular

materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

‘Portrait drawing workshop’

Artist of Influence/focus:

- George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922).

Easels, graphite pencils, paper, timer (to time the activities) and erasers.

L1

Art Elements and Principles definition worksheet x 12

◦ George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922) Worksheet x 12

L2

Annotations Worksheet x

12

L3

LIBRARY: Computers, books, DVD’s/videos and articles.

L4+5

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LIBRARY:

Outcome 2 development.

 

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

Willow charcoal,

-

Artists of influence

 

Compressed charcoal (white and black), charcoal pencils for finer lines, kneadable

eraser, easels, fixative, timer (to time the activities) and paper.

-

Information regarding different material and techniques.

   

Students will learn how to cumulate a diverse range of inspiration to generate ideas.

L4+5

CREATING + MAKING: Exploring materials and techniques

WORKSHOP (A) Part 2

Portrait drawing using charcoal (Teacher as

Artists of influence/focus:

the sitter).

 

- Vernon Ah Kee ‘George Drahm (Uncle George) from

THEORY:

-

PPT introduction to materials and techniques: Previous techniques

 

fantasies of the good’ (2004).

State Library of Queensland Vimeo “Vernon Ah Kee Digital Story’ Link:

applied (e.g. chiaroscuro), using a ground working into it with a

 

kneadable eraser.

 

-

Queensland State Library Digital Story on Vimeo of Vernon Ah Kee.

 

PRAC:

 

- Activity 1: 10 minute drawing using charcoal pencils.

 

- Activity 2: 20 minute drawing using charcoal willow ground, charcoal

 

pencils for fine lines, compressed charcoal for high contrast definition and highlights, and kneadable eraser to lighten areas.

-

Provide a demonstration (model what the students will do)

 

WEEKEND HOMEWORK: Edmodo quiz on Elements and Principles

 

Week 3

L1

Key knowledge

L1

(08/02)

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING:

 

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

Subheadings to Analyzing

Activity 1: Analyzing Art response outline worksheet as a class.

 

Art worksheet x 12

   

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

Analysis of Vernon Ah Kee’s

Worksheet x 12

 

-

Analyze Vernon Ah Kee’s artwork ‘George Drahm (Uncle George) from fantasies of the good’ (2004).

 

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

 
 

Activity 2: Describing ‘what you can see’ to partner. Students pair up, one partner has their eyes closed while the other describes ‘what they can see in the image’ (Higher order questioning).

 

Book: Artwise

L2

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and

 

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

investigate and explore materials and techniques

 

L2

Outcome 2 development.

 
 

research the characteristics and properties of particular

   
 

L3

materials and techniques;

techniques.

 

Creating + Making Workshop (A) Part 3 Intro:

Portrait bust using

 
 

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual

L3

clay. (This time pairing up with someone in the class as the sitter).

effects;

PPT

- PPT with different materials and techniques

 

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

YouTube clips:

- Watch video clips

 

- Armature Demo

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Week 4

(15/02)

- Provide a Demonstration for students to follow

L4+5

CREATING + MAKING: Exploring materials and techniques

WORKSHOP (A) Part 3:

 

Portrait bust using clay. (This time pairing

up with someone in the class as the sitter).

- Re-cap of yesterday’s PPT (Materials and techniques of a clay bust) and discussion.

- 60 minute Activity: Creating a portrait clay bust.

- Take images for folio’s to annotate later and complete an Evaluation sheet.

L1

Outcome 2 development.

L2

Creating + Making Workshop Part 4 Intro:

A5 Self-portrait etching

(Using a mirror)

- PPT for materials and techniques

- Videos of Etching

- Demonstration by teacher

Kathe Kollwitz MoMA multimedia: Guerrilla Girls Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz (The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the

Visual Arts) - This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines. After the activism of the 1960s and ’70s, and the revisionist critiques of the 1980s and ’90s, this symposium will examine ways in which gender is currently addressed by artists, museums, and the academy, and its future role in art practice and scholarship.

and its future role in art practice and scholarship. Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties of

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular

materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual

effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

- Face proportions

- Sculpting a head demo

- Hollowing bust for the kiln

FOR TEACHER DEMO: Clay,

slip, Art smocks, tools, armature, and newspaper (to create a bust prepared for the kiln).

L4+5

Clay, slip, Art smocks, tools, armature, and newspaper (to create a bust prepared for the kiln).

L1

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L2

PPT for materials and

techniques

Videos of Etching

Artist of influence/focus:

- Käthe Kollwitz, War, 1923, prints executed 1921-22 http://www.moma.org/explore/

- MoMA link:

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Week 5

(22/04)

L3

Creating + Making Workshop Part 4:

Students begin to draw

themselves on to paper and transfer image on to a plastic plate.

L4+5

CREATING + MAKING: Exploring materials and techniques

WORKSHOP (A) Part 4

 

- Students continue to draw themselves on to paper and transfer image on to a plastic plate.

- Students print their self-portraits on various materials.

 

WEEKEND HOMEWORK:

 

-

Edmodo Quiz on Materials and Techniques Workshop

-

Complete evaluation of etching

 

L1

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING:

WORKSHOP (A)

 

Introduction to

Analyzing Art

- ‘Analyzing art Workshop’ Task outline worksheet.

- Students learn how to form Analytical framework responses.

- Introduced to the two Artists on focus:

‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso Painting ‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray Photograph

L2

Outcome 2 development.

-

‘Teacher:Student’ interview on outcome 2 development.

L3

LIBRARY:
LIBRARY:

to support and inform their responses for the

Students will use the library resources to collect notes

‘Analyzing Art

Workshop (A)’.

- Students can use this time to prepare good notes.

L4+5

Outcome 2 development.

to prepare good notes. L4+5 ◦ Outcome 2 development. Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties of

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular

materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

Artist book: ‘The Passion of a German Artist Paperback 31 Oct 2011’ by Käthe Kollwitz published by Klemens von Klemperer.

Demonstration by teacher:

Plastic plates, etching tools, ink, printing press and paper.

L3

Plastic plates, etching tools,

ink, printing press and paper.

L4+5

Plastic plates, etching tools,

ink, printing press and paper.

Evaluation of art

worksheets handed out x 12

L1

◦ ‘Analyzing Art Workshop’

Task outline worksheet (in

handbook)

L2

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

- Teacher notes for individual students

L3

LIBRARY: Computers, books, DVD’s/videos and articles.

L4+5

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

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Week 6

(29/02)

L1

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING:

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (A)

Part 1

 

‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso

L2

L3

L4+5

Outcome 2 development.

Outcome 2 development.

Outcome 2 development.

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

L1

Artwork of focus: ‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso

◦ Artwork of focus: ‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso ◦ ‘Analyzing Art Workshop’ Part 1 question sheet,

◦ ‘Analyzing Art Workshop’

Part 1 question sheet, lined

paper for answers and plastic pockets to keep students work organized.

Artworks:

‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso YouTube Link:

Art Detective (2 nd Edition) pg. 126- 127 photocopies x

12

L2

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L3

Art room resources, varied

depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L4+5

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s

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Week 7 (07/03) L1 ◦ EXPLORING AND RESPONDING: Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (A) Part 2  

Week 7

(07/03)

Week 7 (07/03) L1 ◦ EXPLORING AND RESPONDING: Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (A) Part 2   ‘Kiki

L1

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING:

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (A)

Part 2

 

‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray

L2

Outcome 2 development.

- Students present their work to the class. Time to receive feedback from teacher and peers.

L3

Outcome 2 development.

L4+5

Outcome 2 development.

2 development. ◦ L4+5 ◦ Outcome 2 development. Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties of a

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

choice of material and techniques.

L1

Artwork of focus: ‘Kiki with

African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray

of focus: ‘Kiki wit h African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray ◦ ‘Analyzing Art Workshop’ Part 2

◦ ‘Analyzing Art Workshop’

Part 2 question sheet, lined paper for answers and plastic pockets to keep students work organized.

Artworks:

‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray

L2

Art room resources, varied

depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L3

Art room resources, varied

depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L4+5

Art room resources, varied

depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

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Week 8

(14/03)

L1

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING:

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (A)

Part 3

 

Comparing two artworks table worksheet:

‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso ‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray

L2

Analyzing Art Workshop Edmodo Quiz

Outcome 2 development.

 

L3

Outcome 2 development.

L4+5

 

Outcome 2 development.

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

L1

◦ ‘Analyzing Art Workshop’

Part 3 question sheet, lined

paper for answers and plastic pockets to keep students work organized.

Artworks of focus:

‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso

◦ Artworks of focus: ‘Guernica’ (1937) Pablo Picasso ‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray L2

‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray

Pablo Picasso ‘Kiki with African Mask’ (1926) Man Ray L2 ◦ Art room resources, varied depending

L2

Art room resources, varied

depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L3

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L4+5

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

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Week 9

(21/03)

Week 9 (21/03) Week 10 (11/04) L1 ◦ Outcome 2 development. L2 ◦ Outcome 2 development.

Week

10

(11/04)

L1

Outcome 2 development.

L2

Outcome 2 development.

L3

Outcome 2 development.

L4+5

 

ASSMESSMENT due

Outcome 2 due.

- VCE policy declaration of authenticity. - Introduction to Outcome 3.

declaration of authenticity. - Introduction to Outcome 3. Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties of a

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques

appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

record the exploration and use of materials and techniques HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 1 - Edmodo Quiz: Art

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 1 - Edmodo Quiz: Art Terminology 2 - Visit at least 2 different galleries and complete the ‘Holiday Homework Worksheet’

L1

Introduction to Term 2:

 

-

Outcome 3 task outline and rubric.

 

-

Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)

theme of

‘Australian Flora’ task outline worksheet.

-

introduction to the 6 artists of focus for term 2.

L2

Analytical framework re-cap.

- Collaborative learning groups, students will work together to

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)

Task outline worksheet and

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

L1

Art room resources, varied

depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L2

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and

techniques.

L3

Art room resources, varied depending on student’s choice of material and techniques.

L4+5

VCE policy declaration of

authenticity handing in with all folios for outcome 2 x 12

authenticity handing in with all folios for outcome 2 x 12 L1 ◦ Worksheets/Handbook including: -

L1

Worksheets/Handbook

including:

- Outcome 3 task outline and rubric

- Exploring materials and

techniques workshop (B) task outline

- Analyzing art workshop (B) task outline.

L2

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Week 11 (18/04) form their responses to art. L3 ◦ Instructions for tomorrow gallery visit/
Week 11 (18/04) form their responses to art. L3 ◦ Instructions for tomorrow gallery visit/

Week

11

(18/04)

form their responses to art.

L3

Instructions for tomorrow gallery visit/ worksheet and discussion.

L4+5

Excursion to Heidi MoMA:

VCE Analytical Framework (Unit 1).

L1

 

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)’ Artist 1

Artist:

 

Frida Kahlo

 

-

Artist bio

 

-

Formal framework analysis of artwork

 

- H/W:

Edmodo Quiz

 
O3
O3

L2

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 1 Still

Life Acrylic painting of Australian Flora (gum nuts and leaves collected from the lake incursion).

- PPT introduction to materials and techniques.

- Demonstration (still life will be set up for the week)

L3

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 1 Still

Life Acrylic painting of Australian Flora (gum nuts and leaves collected from the lake incursion).

- Activity 1: prepare canvas using primer.

- Activity 2: learn to mix the colours you need, and annotate so you remember what colours you mixed.

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and

cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

Refer to handbook.

L3

Worksheet for the gallery visit x 12

L4+5

Excursion worksheet x 12

L1

PPT

Artwork of focus: ‘Self-portrait with cropped hair’ (1940). Oil on Canvas.

-portrait with cropped hair’ (1940). Oil on Canvas. ◦ MoMA Multimedia: http://www.moma.org/explore/mul

MoMA Multimedia:

L2

PPT

- Acrylic paint (primary colours, white and black), primer, paint brushes, canvas, water cups, palettes, easels and a drying rack.

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Week

12

(25/04)

 

L4+5

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 1

continued Still Life Acrylic painting of Australian Flora (gum nuts and leaves collected from outside).

- Annotate and evaluate artwork.

L1

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)’ Artist 2

◦ ‘

Artist:

Brook Andrew

O3
O3

-

Artist bio

 

-

Formal framework analysis of artwork

- H/W:

Edmodo Quiz

 

L2

LIBRARY

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 2 10x10cm Linoleum Cut based on the theme of ‘Australian Flora’.

- Materials and Techniques PPT.

- research and design a Linoleum cut of ‘Australian Flora’.

L3

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 2

10x10cm Linoleum Cut based on the theme of ‘Australian Flora’.

- Transfer drawing onto lino and start cutting.

 

L4+5

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 2

10x10cm Linoleum Cut based on the theme of ‘Australian Flora’.

- finish transfer image and cutting.

Flora’. - finish transfer image and cutting. Key knowledge ◦ characteristics and properties of a

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production;

- Show what impasto can do.

L3

Acrylic paint (primary

colours, white and black), primer, paint brushes,

canvas, water cups, palettes, easels and a drying rack.

- Show what impasto can do.

L4+5

Acrylic paint (primary

colours, white and black), primer, paint brushes, canvas, water cups, palettes, easels and a drying rack.

L1

PPT

Artwork of focus: ‘Sexy and Dangerous’ (2005). Photograph.

of focus : ‘Sexy and Dangerous’ (2005). P hotograph. ◦ Artist’s (Website) including archives and essay’s.

Artist’s (Website) including archives and essay’s. Link:

ABC Television series: Message Stick. Includes: Videos (Transcript of Videos and Quotes about Andrew’s art) and gallery of images. Link:

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- print. compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures
- print.
compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and
cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.
stick/stories/s1242475.htm
- Annotations and evaluation.
◦Artist biography from the National
Gallery of Victoria (Website).
Link:
http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/ngvscho
ols/TraditionAndTransformation/art
ists/Brook-Andrew/
‘Australian Photography’ by Helen
Ennis (Book).
L2
PPT Materials and
Techniques
Artist of influence/focus:
Margaret Preston.
L3
10x10cm Linoleum cut to
work into, cutting tools,
Australian Flora inspiration
images and actual Flora from
outside.
L4+5
10x10cm Linoleum cut to
work into, cutting tools,
Australian Flora inspiration
images and actual Flora from
outside, ink, roller, printing
press, and paper.
Week
L1
Key knowledge
L1
◦ characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;
13
◦ ‘
Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)’ Artist 3
O3
PPT
◦ materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;
(02/05)
Artist:
◦ sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;
◦ materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;
Käthe Kollwitz
◦ methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.
-
Artist bio
◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;
-
Formal framework analysis of artwork
Artwork of focus: Self-Portrait,
Hand at the Forehead
(Selbstbildnis mit der Hand an
der Stirn)
- H/W:
Edmodo Quiz
ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted
ideas and sources of inspiration;
L2
types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular
art forms;
Comparing two artworks table worksheet.
ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used

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L3

materials and techniques;

(1910, published c. 1946/1948) by Käthe Kollwitz.

 

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 3

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Incursion to the lake/lake house to create an ‘Australian Flora’ landscape drawing using coloured pencils and pastels (en plein air). Using rocks to get the same view point for continuing the drawings tomorrow.

Key skills

 
and pastels (en plein air). Using rocks to get the same view point for continuing the

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and

techniques;

 

L4+5

 

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

individual ideas;

‘Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (B)’

Part 3

continued Incursion to the lake/lake house to create an ‘Australian Flora’ landscape drawing using coloured pencils and pastels (en plein air). - Collect gum nuts and leaves for next week’s class.

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

- Käthe Kollwitz, War, 1923, prints executed 1921-22 http://www.moma.org/explore/

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

H/W: Annotation and Evaluation of artwork.

 

- MoMA Multimedia link:

   

Artist book: ‘The Passion of a German Artist Paperback 31 Oct 2011’ by Käthe Kollwitz published by Klemens von Klemperer.

L2

Comparing artworks table

worksheet x 12

L3

Coloured pencils, pastels,

paper, board to lean drawing on, fixative and a foldable/portable chair.

L4+5

Coloured pencils, pastels,

paper, board to lean drawing on, fixative and a

foldable/portable chair.

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Week

14

(09/05)

Week

15

(16/05)

L1

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)’ Artist 4

Artist:

Kathryn Del Barton

O3
O3

-

Artist bio

 

-

Formal framework analysis of artwork

 

-

H/W:

Edmodo Quiz

 

L2

 

Comparing two artworks in an essay.

- Students will learn how to create a cohesive outline/plan for an essay comparing two artworks. (Outcome 3 help).

L3

Material and Technique Edmodo Quiz.

L4+5

Student choice of artwork/ Catch up on work missed out on.

L1

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)’ Artist 5

Artist:

Jean-Michel Basquiat

O3
O3

-

Artist bio

 

-

Formal framework analysis of artwork

-

H/W:

Edmodo Quiz

 

L2

 

PPT other art materials and techniques.

Provide students for more ideas for Art making, other than the ones through the workshop.

L3

Introduction to sculpture class artwork

: introducing a new

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

◦ identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

L1

PPT

Artwork of focus: ‘You are what is most beautiful about me. Self-portrait with Kell and Arella’ (2008).

about me. Self-portrait with Kell and Arella’ (2008). ◦ Art Gallery NSW link:

Art Gallery NSW link:

L2

Art planning and writing.

L3

In class Edmodo quiz.

L4+5

Art room resources.

L1

PPT

◦ Book: ‘Basquiatby Leonhard Emmerling Hardcover.

Artwork of focus: ‘Hollywood Africans’ (1983)

PPT ◦ Book: ‘ Basquiat ’ by Leonhard Emmerling Hardcover. ◦ Artwork of focus : ‘Hollywood

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material and technique.

 

making and particular art forms;

Whitney Museum of American Art (Object label of the artwork) including artist quotes. Link:

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

SCULPTURE: Dental plaster to create a mould, and plaster to create the sculpture from that mould.

- PPT

-

 

individual ideas;

- Finished examples

 

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

Ontario Gallery (Education Resource). Link:

- Demo

L4+5

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

   

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

Art documentary and question sheet.

(Exploring and responding)

-

‘The Radiant Child: Jean-Michel Basquiat’

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and

df

cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

L2

 

PPT and students are

expected to write notes in their theory folders.

L3

Demonstration: Dental

plaster, plaster, and small

bucket to fit hand from the wrist down.

L4+5

DVD/Documentary: ‘The

Radiant Child: Jean-Michel Basquiat’ (2010) and question sheet.

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Week

16

(23/05)

Week

17

(30/05)

Week 16 (23/05) Week 17 (30/05) L1   ◦ ‘ Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B) ’ Artist

L1

 

Analyzing Art WORKSHOP (B)’ Artist 6

Artist:

 

An Xian

 

-

Artist bio

-

Formal framework analysis of artwork

 

- H/W:

Edmodo Quiz

 
O3
O3

L2

SCULPTURE: Dental plaster to create a mould of each students hand, and plaster to create the sculpture from that mould.

L3

(SCULPTURE: Dental plaster to create a mould, and plaster to create the sculpture from that mould).

L4+5

(SCULPTURE: Dental plaster to create a mould, and plaster to create the sculpture from that mould)

Ways of presenting the artwork, and different meanings that can be made according to how they’re displayed.

CLASS ARTWORK

CLASS ARTWORK

CLASS ARTWORK

L1

Students will perform their Outcome 3 in relation to the following artists/artworks:

- ‘Sexy and Dangerous’ (2005) by Brook Andrew. [Photograph].

- ‘Self-portrait with cropped hair’ (1940) by Frida Kahlo. [Oil on Canvas].

Research artists and information to help inform their responses to the artist’s work.

L2

LIBRARY
LIBRARY

Outcome 3 Revision

artist’s work. L2 ◦ LIBRARY Outcome 3 Revision LIBRARY Outcome 3 Revision Research artists and
artist’s work. L2 ◦ LIBRARY Outcome 3 Revision LIBRARY Outcome 3 Revision Research artists and

LIBRARY

Outcome 3 Revision

Research artists and information to help inform their responses to

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

◦ identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

L1

PPT

Artwork of focus: ‘Dr. John Yu AC, 2003-4’ (b.1960). Glazed Ceramic.

Book: Art Detective (2 nd

Edition) pages 100 101.

Book: Art Detective (2 n d Edition) pages 100 – 101. L2 ◦ Making dental plaster

L2

Making dental plaster hand mould.

L3

Making dental plaster hand mould.

L4+5

The final art

pieces/discussion.

L1

LIBRARY: Computers, books,

DVD’s/videos and articles.

L2

LIBRARY: Computers, books, DVD’s/videos and articles.

L3

Worksheet.

L4+5

Excursion and worksheets.

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Week 18 (06/06) the artist’s work.   L3 ◦ Debrief about the gallery visit tomorrow.

Week

18

(06/06)

the artist’s work.

 

L3

Debrief about the gallery visit tomorrow.

Talk about

worksheet
worksheet

that needs to be completed tomorrow. (Going to see an artwork

that will be on Andrew).

Outcome 3:

‘Sexy and Dangerous’ by Brook

L4+5

Excursion to the National Gallery of Victoria.

L1

L2

L3

L4+5

Outcome 3 Revision

Outcome 3 Revision

Outcome 3 Revision

ASSESSMENT due:

Outcome 3 completed during this double

period.

 

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and

techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

◦ identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

Key knowledge

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration. L1 ◦ Outcome revision L2 ◦ Outcome revision

L1

Outcome revision

L2

Outcome revision

L3

Outcome revision

L4+5

Outcome revision

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Week

L1

Key knowledge

L1

19

 

Outcome 3 Review and discussion.

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

Teacher notes (like examiners report to help for next unit).

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

(13/06)

L2, L3, L4 +L5

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

Preparation/Introduction to Unit 2

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

   

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology

Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art

making and particular art forms;

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey

individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and

production;

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

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Section 3 Lesson Plans

A Creating and Making

 

SECONDARY LESSON PLAN

YEAR LEVEL & SUBJECT: Yr. 11 VCE Studio Art Unit 1

DATE: 04/02 (Week 2, L4+5)

     

TOPIC/FOCUS:

NO. OF STUDENTS: 12

LESSON DURATION: 100 minutes

CREATING + MAKING: Exploring materials and techniques WORKSHOP (A) Part 2

Portrait drawing using charcoal (Teacher as the sitter).

AusVELS/VCE STATEMENTS: Unit 1, Area of study 2, and Outcome 2: Materials and Techniques. Key knowledge

 

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

methods for recording and evaluating the process of making artworks.

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

 

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

 

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology Key skills

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

 
 

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey individual ideas;

evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production;

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

 

The students will be able to:

explore and use a variety of materials and techniques to support and record the development of individual ideas to produce artworks.

 

learn a new material and techniques to inform their own understanding of art.

 

learn how to evaluate artworks they have created.

learn more about sources of inspiration to inform their own practice.

SUMMARY OF RESOURCES REQUIRED:

 
 

PPT

Projector for PPT and vimeo

 

Vimeo downloaded

Evaluation of Artworks worksheets x12

Willow Charcoal

Charcoal pencils

Compressed charcoal (black and white)

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Kneadable eraser

 

Paper

 

Art smocks

Easels

Chair for sitter

LESSON PROCEDURE

 

TIMING

RESOURCES

 

STEPS OF THE LESSON (key activities and key questions)

EXPECTED STUDENT REACTIONS OR RESPONSES

TEACHER RESPONSES TO STUDENTS

GOALS & METHODS OF EVALUATION

   

Opening (links to previous lesson/s or new topic, purpose of lesson):

     

Roll.

Roll call.

8.52

9.00

PPT set up ready to go.

INTRO: Introduce students to today’s topic - Portrait drawing using charcoal (Teacher as the sitter).

Students are expected to pay attention, answer and ask questions.

Answer and ask questions.

 

Artwork:

‘George Drahm (Uncle George) from fantasies of the good’ (2004).

 
   

Lesson Development:

     

9.00

9.40

PPT

THEORY:

Students are expected to pay attention, answer and ask questions.

Answer and ask questions to test and confirm learning.

Their responses to the teacher’s questions. The fluency of discussion and contribution by all students (calling on ones who don’t)

 

Vimeo

PPT introduction to materials and techniques.

downloaded

- Show artist and artwork inspirations.

 

Focus on Vernon Ah Kee: Queensland State Library Digital Story on Vimeo of Vernon Ah Kee.

-

 

-

Discussion about the material and technique during the

 

PPT. Use higher order questioning skills.

Techniques on PPT:

- using a ground working into it with a kneadable eraser.

- Chiaroscuro (how to use compressed charcoal)

- sight method (using a pencil to get proportions right.

- Negative space to get shapes in the correct proportions.

9.40

10.30

 

PRAC:

Students are expected to explore the material of charcoal, using a variety of techniques.

Answer and ask questions to test and confirm learning.

 

Willow Charcoal, Charcoal pencils, Compressed charcoal (black and white), Kneadable eraser,

- Provide a demonstration (model what the students will do)

- Activity 1: 10 minute drawing using charcoal pencils.

 

- Activity 2: 20 minute drawing using charcoal willow ground,

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Paper, Art smocks, Easels and a Chair for sitter.

charcoal pencils for fine lines, compressed charcoal for high contrast definition and highlights, and kneadable eraser to lighten areas.)

     

10.30

Evaluation of

 

Discussion: how could we relate this material and

 

10.40

Artworks sheet x

 

12

technique back to our own theme?

Annotate artwork on a separate piece of paper and complete evaluation of artwork work sheet.

   

Closure (Options include summarising or reflecting on the learning achievements/analysing errors; preparation for future lessons etc):

     

10.20

Art room sink and

Pack-up.

Students are expected to pay attention, answer and ask questions.

Answer and ask questions to test and confirm learning.

Final Artworks, annotations, edmodo quiz and evaluation of artworks sheets.

10.30

resources.

Complete annotations and evaluation of artwork sheet for H/W if not finished in class.

B Exploring and Responding

 

SECONDARY LESSON PLAN

YEAR LEVEL & SUBJECT: Yr. 11 VCE Studio Art Unit 1

DATE: 08/02 (Week 3, L1)

NO. OF STUDENTS: 12

LESSON DURATION: 50 minutes

TOPIC/FOCUS:

EXPLORING AND RESPONDING:

Analyzing Art (Formal Framework)

AusVELS/VCE STATEMENTS: Unit 1, Area of study 3, and Outcome 3: Interpretation of art ideas and use of materials and techniques. Key knowledge

 

characteristics and properties of a variety of materials and techniques;

 
 

materials and techniques used to produce a range of visual effects;

sources of inspiration to explore individual ideas;

materials and techniques used to convey individual ideas;

◦ sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production of artworks;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration;

 

types of materials and techniques used in making artworks in particular art forms;

ways in which artists from different times and cultures have used materials and techniques;

relevant resources and methods of research;

a familiarity with art language and terminology Key skills

 

investigate and explore materials and techniques appropriate to art making and particular art forms;

 
 

research the characteristics and properties of particular materials and techniques;

use materials and techniques to produce a range of visual effects;

explore the expressive qualities of materials and techniques to convey individual ideas;

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evaluate and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques

 

use a range of resources to research how artists interpret ideas and sources of inspiration and use materials and techniques;

 

◦ identify and describe sources of inspiration for artists’ ideas and production;

 

compare and contrast the ways in which artists from different times and cultures have interpreted ideas and sources of inspiration.

 

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

 

The students will be able to:

discuss how artists from different times and culture have interpreted sources of inspiration and used materials and techniques in the production of artworks.

 

SUMMARY OF RESOURCES REQUIRED:

 

George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922) worksheet x 12 (ART ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES)

 

PPT w/artwork analyzing

 

Visual diaries

 

Pencils

LESSON PROCEDURE

 
 

TIMING

RESOURCES

STEPS OF THE LESSON (key activities and key questions)

EXPECTED STUDENT REACTIONS OR RESPONSES

TEACHER RESPONSES TO STUDENTS (including consideration of the need to adapt, reteach or extend)

GOALS & METHODS OF EVALUATION (including specific informal and/or formal assessment links to AusVELS/VCE)

   

Opening (links to previous lesson/s or new topic, purpose of lesson):

     

Roll call.

8.52

9.00

INTRO: Analyzing Art using George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922). - Focusing on art elements and principles.

Students are expected to pay attention, answer and ask questions.

   

Lesson Development:

     

9.00

9.10

PPT

Intro and PPT.

9.10

9.20

Artwork on PPT

Activity 1: Describing ‘what you can see’ to partner. Students pair up, one partner has their eyes closed while the other describes ‘what they can see in the image’ (Higher order questioning).

Work with their partner, begin to use art terminology. Answer and ask questions.

If students are engaged, contribution to the class and by their worksheets at the end.

George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922)

9.20

9.35

Worksheets x 12

Activity 2: George W. Lambert ‘Profile portrait of a girl’ (1922)

Students are expected to pay attention, answer and ask questions. Everyone will contribute.

Answer and ask questions to test and confirm learning.

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Closure (Options include summarising or reflecting on the learning achievements/analysing errors; preparation for future lessons etc):

   

9.35 9.40

Pack up.

Discussion about our responses, find out what they want to know more about.

Answer and ask questions to test and confirm learning.

Worksheet handed in at the end of class for marking.

Section 4 Outcomes Outcome 2:

i Assessment Task Sheet

Year 11 Studio Arts Outcome 2

Unit 1 Area of Study 2: Materials and Techniques

Name:

Start date: 26 th of January, 2016. Worked on gradually for 9 weeks (Term 1). Due Dates: 24 st of March, 2016.

Outcome 2 is compiling a Resource Folder on a theme of your choice (approved by your teacher on the 02/01).

Task:

Compile a resource folder of inspirational material related to the theme of your choice (This will be finalized by Week 2 01/02 with consultation of your teacher).

Experiment and explore at least 6 different techniques, media or methods in your journal before beginning your artworks (potential directions).

Investigate how two specific artists have used this theme or a material or technique in their work that is related to your work or ideas.

Using the theme and your inspirational material, create 2 artworks

Your artworks should include a variety of methods of interpreting your theme such as representational, interpretative, expressive, responsive and analytical including design elements as a basis for description.

Annotate your inspirational material and evaluate your completed artworks.

You must include all developmental work leading up to your final images in your visual diary for authentication purposes.

Rhiannon Ognen s00133978 | EDAR517 Assessment Task 1- Curriculum Outline and Coursework Assessment Units 1 + 2

ii Assessment Rubric

Year 11 Studio Arts Outcome 2