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GCSE ART

Scheme of Work to support students GCSE studies- Bosworth Academy
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Emma Morley

on 13 April 2014

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GCSE: ART & DESIGN
What is a portfolio?
What will I be assessed on?
Assessment Objectives
Basic Skills
Observational Drawing
Pencil
Transition Work...
Pencil Crayon
Charcoal & Chalk
Negative Space
Pen & Water Wash
Coloured Marker Pen
Watercolour
Acrylic Paint
Printing
Contextual Studies
Painting Analysis
Mixed Media
All students must produce more than one
PORTFOLIO
of work developed from a starting point (theme) within a focused context.
The work will show exploration, research, learning of techniques and skills.
A timed Examination (10 Hours) will be completed in the spring term of Year 11, following a portfolio of work using a starting point issued by the exam board.
The collection of all the work you produce during your GCSE
You choose how you want to present it...
Sketchbook, minimum of A4 size
A3/A4 presentation folder
A3/A4 sheets in a wallet/folder
OR...Create your own bound sketchbook after completing the portfolio of work.
Including some of the following...

Drawings in a wide range of different media

and techniques
Research on the theme and artists-by compiling visual and written research
Reflection on your own work-in written and visual forms
Developing a final outcome as a result
Develop their ideas through investigations informed by contextual and other sources demonstrating analytical and cultural understanding.
AO1: Develop Ideas
AO2: Refine ideas
Refine their ideas through experimenting and selecting appropriate resources, media, materials, techniques and processes.
AO3: Record ideas
AO4: Present a response
Record ideas, observations and insights relevant to their intentions in visual and/or other forms.
Present a personal, informed and meaningful response demonstrating analytical and critical understanding, realising intentions and where appropriate, making connections between visual, written, oral or other elements.
You will build on the skills you learnt
at highschool...
What is meant by
observational?
Drawing what you can see, by...
Looking at an object (set up in front of you) or...
Drawing from a high quality image (use the ones you have been taking at home).
Here is a list of some materials you will be using during the course...
PENCIL
Use HB/B pencil to complete the shading techniques sheet
Objectives:
To refine skills with pencil.
Develop awareness of contrast & tone.
Identify areas of dark and light to create a 3D appearance.
Learning outcomes:
Have a completed shading techniques sheet.
Experiment with different methods of mark making with pencil.
Use these refined skills to produce a high quality observational drawing.
MUST
SHOULD
COULD
PENCIL CRAYON
PEN & WATER WASH
MONOPRINTING
COLOURED MARKER PEN
PAINTING
Learning outcomes:
Have a completed shading technique sheet- in cool & warm colours.
Experiment with different methods of mark making with pencil crayon- blending the colours.
Use these skills to produce a high quality observational drawing in either cool or warm tones.
MUST
SHOULD
COULD
Objectives:
To refine skills with pencil crayons.
Develop awareness of contrast & tone with cool & warm colours
Blend areas of dark and light to create a 3D appearance.
Use pencil crayon to...
Objectives:
Experiment with a range of materials and techniques.
Understand different processes for recording observations.
Understand how to apply different materials and there outcomes.
Learning outcomes:
Produce a large scale (A3) observational drawing using charcoal and chalk.
Experiment with different methods of mark making- smudging and layering.
Begin to work on a negative space drawing using charcoal and chalk.
MUST
SHOULD
COULD
Negative space is what you can see around the object you are drawing.
You should only draw the outside shape- NOT the detail on the inside.
AQA Specification Art & Design
ANNOTATIONS
What are annotations??
Objectives:
Experiment with a range of materials and techniques.
Understand different methods of recording observations.
Understand how to apply different materials and there outcomes.
Learning outcomes:
Complete the pen skill building sheet, use your prior knowledge of marking making in pencil/crayon.
Experiment with different methods of mark making- Hatching, cross-hatching, stippling and scribbling to add tone to the drawing.
Produce an observational drawing using pen.
MUST
SHOULD
COULD
Objectives:
Experiment with a range of materials and techniques extending work with pen.
Experiment with different methods of recording observations.
Have a clear understanding of the outcomes of different materials.
Learning outcomes:
Experiment with different methods of blending coloured marker- Hatching, cross-hatching, stippling & scribbling
Produce an observational drawing using coloured marker pen.
Outline the white areas using black fine line pen to add definition.
MUST
SHOULD
COULD
MONOPRINTING
STEP BY STEP
WHAT IS MEANT BY CONTEXTUAL STUDIES?
HOME LEARNING
Collect a range of photographic images that link to the theme.

The photographs should be of objects that link to the portfolio theme.

Make the photographs interesting by cutting the object in half, photographing from different angles, close ups of just textures, use different focal points, set up still life by using more than one object.

BE CREATIVE- abstract images of textures and finer detail work really well, MAKE SURE THEY ARE ALL IN FOCUS!
 
THESE PHOTOGRAPHS WILL BE THE THINGS THAT YOU ARE DRAWING AND WORKING FROM, THIS IS AN ONGOING TASK THAT CAN BE ADDED TO DURING THE COURSE OF THE PORTFOLIO
 
TASK...

Choose an art movement to research;

Create a fact file
on the movement-
include key points about the
MAIN
artists involved with the movement, include dates that the movement started and write in your own words about why you have chosen it, what do you like about it? what is most interesting?

Decorate
the envelope in the style of the work that is part of the art movement you have chosen.


Post your envelope to:
MISS MORLEY
ADT DEPARTMENT, BOSWORTH ACADEMY
LEICESTER LANE,
DESFORD,
LE9 9JL

Some of the movements you could choose are..
POP ART
OP ART
SURREALISM
CUBISM
ASSEMBLAGE
PHOTO REALISM

Or... find another art movement that you find interesting


Complete your own copies of one of the art works that are famous in the movement you have chosen.

You can use any materials you like to copy this piece of work, but using materials the same as or similar to the ones that the artist used will give you a greater understanding of the art work and processes that they used in the work.
EXTENSION TASK
It is essential that you follow the steps carefully...
You will be working as a table sharing the equipment and inks.


SET UP
Prepare your working area, you should have a mono-printing board, a card spreader, a small amount of printing ink per table, masking tape, roller (1 per table), a piece of plain paper and an A4 (black & white) print out of one of your photographs.
Using the spreader roughly spread a 5 pence piece amount of ink onto your table. Use the roller to evenly spread the ink across the surface. (listen out for a velcro sound!)
Once spread and not too thick! tape your paper into place.
NOW START DRAWING!
Objectives:
Experiment with a range of materials and techniques.
Experiment with different methods of recording observations and experimenting with methods of mark making.
Have a clear understanding of the outcomes of different materials.
Learning outcomes:
First produce a sheet of mark making experiments- what can you use to make marks and what are the outcomes.
Use an A4 print out of one of your photographs and apply the experimental mark making techniques you have just tried out to fill out tonal areas of your photograph.
Develop your skills and produce a second study, this time free hand, use one of your photographs to look at!
MUST
SHOULD
COULD
Annotations...


...are evaluative, written notes attached to your drawings, paintings and compositions in which you discuss your work and reflect on what you have done.
Let's test your observational skills...
ARTIST RESEARCH
Start with some basic information on the artist;
What is their name
Where were they born?
When were they born?
Now discuss the background of their work;
How did they get introduced to art at first?
what and where did they study?
Once you have picked out the key elements about their life and discussed how they got into becoming an artist you need to write about the development of their work...

How has their work changed over time? Can you find examples of the early work and examples of the work now, what is different about it?
Has the materials they have used changed?
Has the method of making the work changed?
Has the content (what the work is of) changed?
Background Research
Description
This is your chance to reflect on the research you have just done and talk in detail about the work itself.

Describe the work...
You should mention;
What materials the artist has used?
What colours feature in their work? Are they dull/subtle colours, Natural colours, bright/bold, clashing or complimentary etc.
What is the content of the work? What is the focus of the work, is it a landscape or a still life, abstract painting, everyday objects etc.
Finish off the research with your personal opinion on the work...
What do you find most interesting about the work by this artist and why?
Make sure you explain your answer.
THESE QUESTIONS ARE HERE TO HELP YOU WITH THE RESEARCH, ADD YOUR OWN INFORMATION IN TOO.
MAKE SURE YOU WRITE IN PARAGRAPHS WITH GOOD GRAMMAR, CHECK THE WORK WITH READ & WRITE GOLD TO HELP YOU. NO ONE WORD ANSWERS.
DO NOT COPY AND PAST FROM THE INTERNET, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO WRITE IT OVER AGAIN BY HAND.
COLOUR THEORY
What are primary colours?
What are secondary colours?
What are tertiary colours?

TASK...

Create your own colour wheel in teams of no more than 3.

Mix the icing up together to create the 3 primary colours- use 2 teaspoons of icing sugar, 4 drops of colouring and 1/2 teaspoon of water.
-Only add more water if necessary.
Each coat one of the biscuits with the colour you have mixed and leave to set.
Now mix the secondary colours from your original colours, you will need another cup to split the blue in half.
Add half the red to one of the blues, add half the yellow to the remaining red and the other half of the yellow to the second blue cup.
Now mix and coat 3 biscuits.
Mix any remaining icing all together and ice one more biscuit.

PAINTING TASK
Using your new knowledge of the colour wheel and how to mix colours....

Create your own colour wheel by mixing combination of acrylic paint. This wheel can be used to create multiple tones of secondary colours depending on which primary colour shades you use.
Mix the colours, label the colours you are using to create the colour wheel (this will be a good reference in future).
PAINTING- EXTENSION TASK
Skill building
Complete the worksheet using 4 different painting skills.
Blend dark, medium and light tones of your chosen colour to create 4 three dimensional spheres.
For the first sphere use a dry brush blending technique
On the second sphere blend the paint using a wet brush technique
The third sphere should be done using an expressive painting technique- stippling with the paint brush to blend the colours.
On the last sphere you have complete creative control...what other ways could you apply the paint to create a three dimensional sphere??

Extension task
Create an accurate sketch from one of your photographs, now use accurate colour blending to produce a observational study. Use one or multiple painting applications to complete the study.
MIND MAP
Using your theme as a starting point in the centre.
Write down as many connecting words to that starting point as you can, link words to these until all th space is filled- illustrate parts, use word art and colour to add interest to the mind map.
Extend your understanding of contextual sources
Choose one painting by your chosen artist/art movement
Create an extended piece of writing about this art work.
Use the worksheet to support and structure your writing, you must write in your own words, describing the piece and using art terms within the analysis.
CHARCOAL & CHALK
ART WORK SAMPLING
Create a view finder out of paper, this will only show a section of the artwork.
Choose one material you have worked with previously.
Make a copy of the artwork you are studying- try to copy the image exactly, using the same colours and application technqiues
And more!
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