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Banksy presentation

Yr10 Btec

Rosie Alcock

on 26 April 2010

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Graffiti is not art. Graffiti is vandalism. ? What do YOU think? Key points about Banksy:
he kept his identity secret for ages
he uses spray paint and stencils
he uses graffiti to comment on issues
he comments on urban living
he challenges ideas of authority
he uses clever ideas Learning Objectives:
analyse the work of Banksy and create own stencil.
work effectively in a group.
express an idea about a chosen issue.

Learning Outcomes:
All: participate and share ideas, work on creating a stencil.
Most: negotiate how to make ideas work together and help select which ideas are successful and reflect the work of Banksy.
Some: consider how to convey a strong message and demonstrate excellent team work skills in managing compromise and win-win outcomes. Tasks today:
as a group, select ideas to use and think about how you can make the idea similar to the style of Banksy
think about how you can make the stencils and how to plan out the scale and position of the stencils.
work on carefully cutting the stencils out, being careful with the craft knives. What makes you angry?
What do you rebel against?
What do you wish was different for young people?
What important message would you want to express to other young people? “The people who run our cities don’t understand graffiti because they think nothing has the right to exist unless it makes a profit…"
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