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ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING Progress Descriptors

2D

3D

INDIVIDUAL
WORK

GROUP
WORK

PENCIL
CRAYONS

POSTER
PAINT

DIGITAL
MEDIA

SHADING
PENCIL

PENS

WATERCOLOURS

INKS

OIL
PASTELS

PAPER
COLLAGE

PRINTING

Assessment Objective 1:
Explore and Investigate

Assessment Objective 2:
Understand

Assessment Objective 3:
Evaluate and Develop

They exploit the potential of materials and


processes to develop ideas and
meanings, realise their intentions and
sustain their investigations.

Ideas and artist studies which


are involved, thoughtful and
reflective. Using the Artists work
as a launch pad to further their
understanding.

Consistently meet deadlines


with high quality, challenging
work which shows depth of
understanding and knowledge.
Presentations should reflect this
ability.

+ finely crafted detail, strong 3D feel.


+ skilfully combine a broad range of
materials and produce outstanding
outcomes.

+ evaluation of techniques and


artists influences to a high level.

+ confident and in-depth


presentation of your ideas and
analysis.

+ well detailed and starts to look three


dimensional.
+ independent experimentation and
development of materials and processes.

+ artists techniques used


throughout your own work.

+ Visually adapt, refine and


evaluate your work and take
account of the response of the
audience

+ a complete drawing using line, tone and


mark making.
+ change your work in relation to these
experiments.

+ careful use of techniques the


artists have used.

+ analyse and comment on


images
+ High quality finished
homework and classwork.

+ some limited use of mark making


(texture) and tone (shading) within the line
drawing
+ Explore materials creatively with
confidence

+ your own thoughts about this


work written in sentences.

+ combine and organise ideas


+ meet all deadlines for
homework and class work.

Produce a line drawing with some detail


Explore materials

Produce research and paintings


of the artists work.

Visually adapt and improve


your work
Complete a final piece of work.

Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)


Creative
Thinkers

Independent
Enquirers

Effective
Participants

Team
Workers

SelfManagers

Reflective
Learners

Imagine

Explore a
question

Identify
issues

Take
responsibility

Be
organised

Set yourself
challenges

Evaluate
evidence

Find
solutions

Build team
strengths

Go for it,
finish it.

Plan-doreview

Stay
objective

Persuade
others

Manage the
team

Manage risk

Invite
feedback

Reach
conclusions

Get involved

Evaluate the
team

Make links
Question
assumptions
Take creative
risks

Independe

Co-

Manage
emotions

Share
learning

Organisatio

ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING KS3


Subject: Art & Design Year 9
Theme/Topic/Project: Hundertwassers school
Student objectives
1. To analyse the work and life of Hundertwasser and study his paintings, concepts
and architecture. (AO2)
2. To learn a variety of techniques, including photography, digital manipulation,
painting and design skills to create a final image. (AO1)
3. To study organic forms from direct observation using line and colour theory.
(AO1)
4. To work imaginatively in order to produce exciting visual images. (AO3)
5. To work creatively in groups to create a final piece. (AO3)
KEYWORDS:- Media, Hundertwasser, Poster Paint, Graphite, Ink, Colour Theory,
Complementary colours, Colour families, Three dimensions (3D), Research.

Student targets:
1)Progress Descriptors:-....

..
2)Personal Learning and Thinking Skills:-
..
Working
.
bronze/silver/gold

Independence

Attitude to Learning:

Co-operation

Organisation

ART HOMEWORK TASKS All tasks will be marked and submitted


Task One: Research Hundertwassers life, art and architecture. Choose the elements that
interest you (historical, architectural or artistic). Respond to his work explaining to me the
viewer your reasons for choosing the elements you have. Try to make a case for or against
Hundertwassers work. Include 10 facts about his life and work that surprise or interest you.
Task Two: Draw your house or an element of it (windows and walls, a certain room, a
conservatory or shed. Make it three dimensional and include full tone, mark making and line.
Try to think about the angle of your piece. Insure that you get the best image possible as this
will lead onto further work.
Task Three: Learn the following 10 Key Words for a test: Architecture, Structural,
Hundertwasser, Decorative, Organic forms, Metamorphosis, Building, Complementary
Colours, Innovator, Design, (Look, Cover, Say, Write x3)

ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING KS3


Subject: Art & Design Year 7
Theme/Topic/Project: Introduction to Art & Design

Student objectives
1.

Students will learn to use mark making to create an image.

2.

Students will use tone to build a three dimensional effect.

3.

Students will do research and develop work based on Vincent van Gogh

4.

Students will understand colour theory, including complementary colours.

5.

Students will use, experiment and develop an understanding of three different


media.

KEYWORDS:- Media, Watercolours, Poster Paint, Graphite, Ink, Vincent Van Gogh,
Colour Theory, Complementary Colours, Colour Families, Three Dimensions (3D),
Research, Mark making, Image.

Student targets:
1)Progress Descriptors:-....

..
2)Personal Learning and Thinking Skills:-
..
Working
.
bronze/silver/gold

Independence

Attitude to Learning:

Co-operation

Organisation

ART HOMEWORK TASKS All tasks will be marked and submitted


Task One: Research Vincent Van Goghs life and art. Choose the elements that interest you
(historical or artistic). Respond to his work explaining to me the viewer your reasons for
choosing the elements you have. Try to make a case for or against Vincent Van Goghs work.
Include 10 facts about his life and a quote.
Task Two: Produce a drawing of a banana skin, try to insure that it is wrinkled and crumpled
as much as possible (the more crumpled, the easier it is to draw) remember forgiving and
unforgiving. Include full tone and tonal mark making in order to get a strong 3D effect. Vary
the textures applied to the inside and outside of the fruit.
Task Three: Learn the following 10 Key Words for a test: Mark making, Forgiving,
Unforgiving, Motor memory, Line, tone, shape, space, complementary colours, Colour wheel.
(Look, Cover, Say, Write x3)

ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING KS3


Subject: Art & Design Year 8
Theme/Topic/Project: ART & CULTURE - JAPAN
Student objectives
1.

I will improve my skills in line, mark making and tone to create a 3D image.

2.

I want to learn about Marbling, Ink Painting and Calligraphy.

3.

I will do research and develop work based on Japanese art and culture.

4.

I need to extend my understanding of colour theory and pattern.

5.

I hope to use, experiment and develop an understanding of different media.

6.

I will present my work to the best of my ability.

KEYWORDS:- Media, Watercolours, Poster Paint, Ink, Colour Theory, Complementary


colours, Colour families, Three dimensions (3D), Research, Mark making, proportion,
ink wash, marbling, Suminigashi, Ronin, Samurai, Manga, Kanji, Calligraphy.

Student targets:
1)Progress Descriptors:-....

..
2)Personal Learning and Thinking Skills:-
..
Working
.
bronze/silver/gold

Independence

Attitude to Learning:

Co-operation

Organisation

ART HOMEWORK TASKS All tasks will be marked and submitted


Task One: Research an element of Japanese Culture that you are interested in.
This could be Samurai, Tsunami's or Japanese Computer Games. There needs
to be lots of information, at least 10 facts, 6 Images and you explanation about
why you have chosen this subject.
Task Two: Produce a reproduction of Hokusais Great Wave on A5 paper. You
can choose a section of this masterpiece to go along with your research.
Task Three: Learn the following 10 Key Words for a test: Tsunami, Suminigashi,
Marbling, Landscape, Washes, Complementary, Samurai, Ninja, Sushi, Geisha.
(Look, Cover, Say, Write x3)