Tone, texture, pattern, shape, colour… undertaking Key Stage 3 Art and preparing the students to move on to Key Stage 4 is a significant step for students.
Which is why “Art Aid For Key Stage 3” was developed. It is a Key Stage 3 volume which encourages the transition to independence and confidence during the KS3 course.
The volume contains numerous project sheets which can be used as starting blocks to write a scheme of work, used as starter activites, or used to run alongside the current scheme of work so that your students learn to work independently before getting to the KS4 syllabus.
The projects can also be used as homework sheets and to provide work for cover lessons.
As a result of this approach students will learn throughout the KS3 course how they can reveal ever greater independence in their work and have a greater level of confidence in what they do is also expected.
Projects include topics such as “About Me – and Picasso), “The human figure”, “My environment – and LS Lowry”, “Still Life”, “Printing” and so on. In fact there are over 40 separate projects within the volume.
In this way pupils find that by year 9 their knowledge, experience and security while using a range of materials is at the right level to allow a peaceful transition into the independence of enquiry and research that is required for a successful year 10.
Better still, time that might otherwise be taken up during the Key Stage 4 years with enhancing independence and confidence is no longer required, leaving more time for the exploration of the curriculum.
Art Aid is available as a black and white copiable book with an accompanying CD. The CD contains the text of the book plus some of the projects in colour.
The copyright licence allows the copying from either the book or the CD, so that all students can have pages relevant to their study at any time. It is also possible to place the CD on the school’s learning platform, so that students may access it at any time.
ISBN: 978 1 86083 789 0
Price: £24.95 for the book and CD, plus £3.95 postage.
You can order in four different ways. In each case please quote our reference T1764emn. Sample pages and a contents list can be viewed prior to ordering on http://www.pdf.firstandbest.co.uk/art/T1764.pdf
- By post to First and Best, Hamilton House Mailings plc, Earlstrees Ct., Earlstrees Rd., Corby, Northants NN17 4HH
- By fax on 01536 399 012
- By phone with a credit card or with an official school order number on 01536 399 011
- On line with a credit card at http://shop.firstandbest.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=740