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Homework for Monday 24th
Don McCullin
Form 3 art project
Aim of this project
To learn about how art can be used as a powerful language to voice opinion, promote values and make people think.
Create an iconic image about the emotions of war
To learn about the art of Lino Printing
Students will
research
facts about war child and child soldiers
look at different art made to voice opinion about war
collect images to make a design from
Create a stencil of your design
possibly create a lino cut
create 3 backgrounds to stamp on to
Evaluate and reflect on your final piece
Look at these two posters and answer the questions with a partner.
1. what can you see in the pictures?
who is in the picture?
where do you think they are?
when do you think they were taken?

Throughout history war has inspired artists to create work that will tell people about the tragedy and horror that they have seen
Kathe Kollwitz
1867-1945
Berlin
Kathe Kollwitz
1922-45
Berlin
Today's lesson ....
Create a title page for this project
Add the title - War and Art
Create an interesting composition using these images and your imagination to decorate your first page
Think about scale, colour and the position of your images
Design and create a piece of art that can be used by the organisation War Child to raise awareness of young people in countries in conflict.
Find out 3 facts about War Child
More then 60,000 children have been abducted to fight.
War child is a big charity
They help build schools
War child uses music to raise awareness for children who live in countries at war.
The help album was released in 2006
It raised 1 million for the charity
Watch the 2 videos and mark the following true or false
Artwork A
Artwork B
Kathe Kollwitz
1922-45
Berlin
Lesson 3
Learning Objective
Success Criteria
To learn the process of making a collagraph
A successful student will ....
Cut and stick work down
neatly
and
with care
.
Apply the right amount of ink
so you
get a
solid colour of ink
on your print.
Print
a
clear even
image
Today we will make a tester collagraph print
The process
1.
2.
3.
4.
Carefully draw around and cut out your template
evenly glue your template on to the hard card background. Make sure it is all glued down
Roll an EVEN thin layer of ink on to your image
Extra activity - experiment!
Could you try different colour inks?
What about printing on to different colour backgrounds?
Mixing colours?
Could you print more the one on a page?
What happens when you print using textured papers?
Choose to investigate one of the following ideas ....
Print the collagraph on to your paper, use your hand to apply pressure to print the ink on to the paper.
Today's lesson
Lesson 4
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full marks = house points!
A successful student will ....Print a clear even image
Cut lines neatly and with care.
Apply the right amount of ink so you get a solid colour of ink on your print.
Print a clear even image
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As a table come up with 5 things that makes a brilliant poster.
A successful poster must .....
Cut and stick pictures in your book and label with what makes them successful
Come up with 3 designs for your poster
Use the images you have seen to inspire your ideas for a final piece
Remember that you will create this design using the calligraph technique
Step by Step guide to making a collagraph
1.
2.
3.
4.
Carefully draw around and cut out your template
evenly glue your template on to the hard card background. Make sure it is all glued down
Roll an EVEN thin layer of ink on to your image
Print the collagraph on to your paper, use your hand to apply pressure to print the ink on to the paper.
Must include
4 stages
Title
Draw images
3 tips for the technique
Think of 3 different compositions
House point
Word search
Find the words!
Lesson 5
Today's lesson
Draw up your final design on to the card.
Add tone and shade in all the areas you want to keep black.

Success Criteria
must fill an A4 page
must be inspired by your ideas, the pictures in your tray and war child

What makes poster art successful?
House point Crossword
War Child Mark scheme
Name
Target
Title page
(4) You have created basic drawings inspired by the images of war
(5) You have created an interesting composition using images to do with war in art.
(6) You have thought about scale, colour and have created an exciting title page for this project
Collagraph testers
(4) you have produced a collagraph tester that has produced a basic mark
(5) you have produced a clear even image with a solid amount of ink and has been cut out neatly.
(6) You have shown improvement through your printing and have annotated your prints to explain what has worked well and what you would improve.
Step by step guide page
(4) a basic understanding of the process is shown on this page
(5) You have carefully explained the process and added diagrams
(6) you have an excellent understanding of the process and have added tips to achieve the best result and have thought about presentation
Ideas Page
(4) you have 3 basic ideas drawn
(5) You have thought about composition, use of text and the subject in your 3 ideas
(6) You have 3 exciting ideas drawn up, you have thought about presentation and have explained which you will use and why.
Final Print
(4) You have created a basic collagraph in response to the theme of War child
(5) You have used your imagination and creativity to create an intersting collagraph showing some skill
(6) You have created an exciting and original collagraph with a high level of skill and an understanding of strong composition.
Evaluation
(4) you have added an image of your final piece of work and have briefly explained if you like it.
(5) You have explained the project and your choices in your work and added an image.
(6) You have carefully explained your work and what your intentions were. You have thought about the presentation of this page
Stick the sheet in the front of your book and circle what you think your level is
Produce 2 final prints that are clear and crisp on white and coloured paper
When finished - use the time to finish off pages in your book (see your mark sheet)
I like it great work!
Do bigger
I really like the clear shapes of the guns and how they cross
Maybe you should have done the lettering the correct way or wrote 'war child' in full
In today's lesson you will ....
1. Create an Evaluation
2. Finish off any extra work for this project

Evaluation
(4) you have added an image of your final piece of work and have briefly explained if you like it.
(5) You have explained the project and your choices in your work and added an image.
(6) You have carefully explained your work and what your intentions were. You have thought about the presentation of this page
For Monday 18th
Bring in a picture of graffiti
Draw some graffiti
Find three interesting facts about graffiti
8E Art homework
Pick 1 of the following to complete
You need to bring your work in on a piece of A4 paper

Learning Objectives
Lesson 8

Understand the work of Käthe Kollwitz
be able to describe the images and give your own personal opinion and explain why.
be able to develop Kollwitz use of lines, cross-hatching and contour hatching

Learning Objectives
week 2

Colour

Line

2. choose 3 emotions and try to use line only to express those emotions



All: understand the connections between colour and mood. (4c,4b,4a)
Most: will select colours according to the mood of the image. Add tonal contrasts by using a range of light, mid and dark tones to create some element of mood (5c, 5b, 5a)
Some: will choose the correct colours according to the mood of the image. Pay careful attention to the detail and tonal contrasts by using a range of tones and blending them.(5b - 5a)

Learning Objectives
Lesson

Learning Objectives
lesson 3

Student examples of progress

How is form created in these images.

Cut away from you.

Understand the process of Lino printing.
Identify the areas of the lino that need to be cut out and explain why?
will be able to develop Kollwitz use of lines, cross-hatching and contour hatching to show emotion in their work.


How were these pieces of work created?

All: Understand Kollwitz Lino printing work. (4c, 4b, 4a)
Most: will pay some attention to facial features, shape and accuracy (5c, 5b, 5a)
Some: will pay careful attention to facial features, shape and accuracy by reviewing and refining their work as it progresses . (6c, 6b, 6a)

Refine and finish your artist research page.
Add tonal contrasts by using a range of light, mid and dark tones to suggest form.
Begin to understand the process of Lino printing


Learning Objectives
Lesson 3

Examples of observational studies using biro

Learning Objectives
Further develop your observational skills
draw the outline, paying some attention to shape, scale and proportion.
Pay careful attention to the detail and review and refine their work as it progresses


Käthe Schmidt Kollwitz (July 8, 1867 -- April 22, 1945) was a German painter, printmaker, and sculptor whose work offered an moving and often intense account of the human condition in the first half of the 20th century.

Her empathy for the less fortunate, expressed most famously through the graphic means of drawing, etching, lithography, and woodcut, embraced the victims of poverty, hunger, and war.

Who is Kollwitz?

Student examples

When it comes to painting, thumbnails aren't things you've got on your thumbs, but rather very small and rough sketches outlining the elements in a proposed painting. Thumbnail sketches are a good way to work through an idea, or to try out different compositions.

Task : Create 6 thumbnail drawings that show experimentation of colour and line.

Thumbnail drawings

Contour-hatching

Cross-hatching

All: further develop Kollwitz Lino printing method. (4c, 4b, 4a)
Most: will be able to identify her distinctive style in her lino print work (5c, 5b, 5a)
Some: will be able to identify areas of contour hatching and cross-hatching. (6c, 6b, 6a)

Learning Objectives
Lesson 10 -11

Advocate - a person who speaks or writes in support or defence of a person, cause, etc. (usually followed by of ): an advocate of peace.

“While I drew, and wept along with the terrified children I was drawing, I really felt the burden I am bearing. I felt that I have no right to withdraw from the responsibility of being an advocate. It is my duty to voice the suffering of men, the never-ending sufferings heaped mountain-high.”

Describe the use of lines?

What can you tell me about the people in these images?

Contour-hatching

Cross-hatching

Learning Objectives
Lesson 13

Contour-hatching

Cross-hatching

All: will be able to identify the areas of the lino that need to be cut out. 3
Most: . 4
Some: will be able to develop Kollwitz use of lines, cross-hatching and contour hatching
5

Learning Objectives


Are the areas that are cut out solid?

Identify the areas that have been cut out?

Why do you suppose the artist made this work? What makes you think that?

What can you tell me about how these people lived ?

What can you tell me about the people in these images?

What does this work remind you of?

How would you describe the people in these pictures? Are they like you or different?

Key words
Lino Printing
Review and refine
Tone
Cross-hatching
Contour-hatching
Facial features

Steps to Success
Look at the marking criteria. Make a judgement as to where you are right now and give yourself a target.
Watch the teacher demonstration
Continue to cut your lino block
Make a print
Continue to cut your lino block

Contour-hatching

Cross-hatching

Learning Objectives

All: Understand the process of Lino Printing and be able to produce one print near to the end of the lesson (4c, 4b, 4a)
Most: Review and refine their work, focusing on areas of tone and cross-hatching. (This will be before and after your first print)
(5c, 5b, 5a)
Some: Some will pay close attention to facial features and develop further tone through the use of contour hatching. (6c, 6b, 6a)

Backgrounds

Cross hatching

Contour lines

6c

66

6b

4a

5a

7c

f

e

d

c

b

a

Look at the marking criteria sheet. Identify the levels of these pieces of work and explain why?

All: understand and identify the levels of previous examples of work. (4c, 4b, 4a)

Most: will review and refine their work developing areas of lines through cross-hatching and tones (4c, 4b, 4a)

Some: use contour hatching to create a more 3 dimensional effect. (6c, 6b, 6a)

Teacher Comment:

Peer assessment

Self assessment

work independently.

made further changes to the lino block after the first set of prints.

experimented with a range of paper to create a collage

combined materials

have successfully used text within my collage to emphasize the emotions and mood of the image.

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.b

.c

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.c

.a

.b

.c

.a

.b

.c

Creating a lino print

Used contour cross-hatching to create depth (3D)
a range of tones have been created by cutting out some areas more than others.
used a range of blades to create fine and heavy lines
Facial features have been cut out with a great deal of care.
The background has been cut out to emphasize the mood of the image.
created a series of prints on a range of backgrounds to show experimentation.

Pay close attention to shape and line
Used the lino tools safely and confidently to cut out the outline.
The white areas have been cut out with some control. Facial features are clear.
Used cross hatching in areas to show light and dark tones, and the mood of the image.
There is pattern in the background showing thought and further understanding of Kollwitz work.


Watched the teacher demonstration
Traced the image and transferred it onto the lino block.
Showed some confidence with the lino tools and cut out the outline.
Cut out the white areas and can see some facial features
Put some thought into cutting the background out.

C Grade

A* Grade

A Grade

B Grade

Task


Shepard Fairey
Artist Research Page
1. On a new page in your book write the title
Käthe Kollwitz, make sure you date the page and write hw
2. Cut out and stick down Your picture you drew of her work in class.
3. Use the worksheet and the internet to answer the 5 questions about her work. Cut out and stick down your Paragraph about her work.
Homework -
My example (don't copy)

Anger
Calm
Excited
Jealousy
Anxiety
Joy
Stress
Sad
Surprise
Fear
1. Sit on your piece of lino
Learning Objective
Success Criteria
To learn the process of making a lino print
A successful student will ....
Cut lines
neatly
and
with intention
.
Apply the right amount of ink
so you
get a
solid colour of ink
on your print.
Print
a
clear and even
image.
Today we will make a tester print
War Print scheme
Name
Target
Title page
(C) You have created basic drawings inspired by the images of war
(B) You have created an interesting composition using images to do with war in art.
(A) You have thought about scale, colour and have created an exciting title page for this project
Evaluation page
(C) you have added an image of your final piece of work and a basic understanding of the process is shown on this page
(B) You have carefully explained the process and added diagrams You have explained your choices in your work
(A) You have carefully explained your work and what your intentions were. You have thought about the presentation of this page. you have an excellent understanding of the process.
Artist Research page
(C) you have stuck down images of the artists work and wrote basic ideas about their work
(B) You have thought about the mood and emotions in the artist's work and explained your own opinion about the work clearly.
(A) You have thought about the presentation of your page. You have explained your opinions of the artists work clearly and used evidence from their work to back up your thoughts.
Final Print
(C) You have created a basic print in response to the theme of War.
(B) You have used your imagination and creativity to create an intersting print showing some skill
(A) You have created an exciting and original print with a high level of skill and accuracy.You are able to develop expressive use of lines, cross-hatching and contour hatching to show emotion in your work.
Today's lesson
1. Finish your lino print testers.
2. Trace your portrait onto tracing paper.
A successful student will ....
Cut and stick lines
neatly
and
with intention
.
Apply the right amount of ink
so you
get a
solid colour of ink
on your print.
Print
a
clear and even
image.
Carefully cut out the outlines with a small blade.
Add details and suggest form with contour lines aqnd cross hatching.
Think about the direction of the light.
Create a background that reflects the mood and emotion of your work.
A grade

Used contour cross-hatching to create depth (3D)
a range of tones have been created by cutting out some areas more than others.
used a range of blades to create fine and heavy lines
Facial features have been cut out with a great deal of care.
The background has been cut out to emphasize the mood of the image.
created a series of prints on a range of backgrounds to show experimentation.

Homework for next week
1. stick down all your example prints and label them 'first attempt, second attempt etc'
2. Explain in 3 steps how you made your print.
3. write down 3 ways to make a successful print.
4. Label your best print and write why it is your best print.
House points for the best presentation of this page! Good luck!
Evaluation
1. what do you like about your work?
2. what could you have improved?
3. How have you shown emotion in your work?
2. What emotions do you feel when you see these pictures? why?

3. What is the message the artist is trying to say through their art? How do they get their message across?
Homework // Create a self portrait of yourself and email it to lholden@greengates.edu.mx
Put the subject of your email as your class number and your name.


Choose a powerful freeze frame, use your facial expressions to show the emotions you would feel in a war.

Form 3 , Term 1 / Art and War
Students need to put sketchbook page and marking slip in the front of their books
Developing my own ideas Page
(C) You have created a basic ideas for your portrait that conveys the emotions of war.
(B) You have created a range of finished ideas for a final portrait, considering how your background can convey the emotions of war.
(A) Your have a range of finished ideas inspired by the work of Kathe Kollwitz you have creatively conveyed the real emotions of war through interesting lines, realistic tones and dramatic compositions.
War Print scheme
Name
Target
Title page
(C) You have created basic drawings inspired by the images of war
(B) You have created an interesting composition using images to do with war in art.
(A) You have thought about scale, colour and have created an exciting title page for this project
Evaluation page
(C) you have added an image of your final piece of work and a basic understanding of the process is shown on this page
(B) You have carefully explained the process and added diagrams You have explained your choices in your work
(A) You have carefully explained your work and what your intentions were. You have thought about the presentation of this page. you have an excellent understanding of the process.
Artist Research page
(C) you have stuck down images of the artists work and wrote basic ideas about their work
(B) You have thought about the mood and emotions in the artist's work and explained your own opinion about the work clearly.
(A) You have thought about the presentation of your page. You have explained your opinions of the artists work clearly and used evidence from their work to back up your thoughts.
Final Print
(C) You have created a basic print in response to the theme of War.
(B) You have used your imagination and creativity to create an intersting print showing some skill
(A) You have created an exciting and original print with a high level of skill and accuracy.You are able to develop expressive use of lines, cross-hatching and contour hatching to show emotion in your work.
Developing my own ideas Page
(C) You have created a basic ideas for your portrait that conveys the emotions of war.
(B) You have created a range of finished ideas for a final portrait, considering how your background can convey the emotions of war.
(A) Your have a range of finished ideas inspired by the work of Kathe Kollwitz you have creatively conveyed the real emotions of war through interesting lines, realistic tones and dramatic compositions.
your picture must be the top half of your body, be large enough file to print clearly , it must have a plain background
Is it an exciting and original print with a high level of skill and accuracy.Does it have expressive use of lines, cross-hatching and contour hatching to show emotion in your work.
Peer assessment by ...................
What do you like so far?
What could they do to improve their work?
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