ALBERT BRADBEER JUNIOR SCHOOL Foundation Subjects MEDIUM TERM PLANNING Class: 3F Topic: Using Different Media Subject: Art Year: 3 Time Allocation: 1½hrs Week Prog of Learning Objective Lesson Content Differentiation Beg Study To develop awareness of ‘Mousehole Cat’ Model how to draw the shape Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA shape & proportion of a fish highlighting the need for proportion. support with drawing fish shapes & using Demonstrate the technique of using aquarelle aquarelle crayons for less able. 8th 2a, b, To develop skills in crayons to ‘paint’ the fish. Chn will draw a Resources: Sept c applying & blending colours simple fish shape using the teacher sheet of examples of fish shapes 2003 4a, b using aquarelle crayons examples as a support for ideas. Emphasise the text illustrations of fish (focus on pattern) 5a, b, need to take proportion into consideration. A4 paper c Using aquarelle crayons as a medium, chn will aquarelle crayons apply & blend the colours with water. Focus on water pots & fine brushes applying stronger use of colour for pattern sketch books work. To develop skills in using ‘Hot Hippo’ Model ways of applying & blend- Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA pastel crayons ing pastel crayons using fingers to smudge support with outlining key features & using colours to produce a softer effect & highlight- pastels for less able. 15th 2a, b, To explore blending ing detail with clear strong lines. Using the text Resources: Sept c colours using pastels as a illustration as a stimulus, chn will draw the text illustrations of the land 2003 4a, b medium landscape focusing on use of yellows, reds, A3 sugar paper 5a, b, oranges & browns to emphasise the heat & pastel crayons c dryness of the land. Chn will use their fingers fixative to blend the pastel colours by smudging to sketch books produce a softer effect & using clear, strong lines to highlight detail ie: trees, ant hills etc To explore ways of ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ Model how to Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA applying paper to create a 3D use different types of paper to create an support with cutting & pasting skills for less effect impression of a forest. Demo. how to cut out able. (Stress import. of using scissors safely) 22nd 2a, b, leaf shapes & apply to produce a 3D effect. Resources: Sept c To develop collage skills Chn will cut out a branch shape as a basis for A3 black sugar paper 2003 4a, b their work. They will cut out simple leaf brown sugar paper 5a, b, shapes using different types of paper & apply dark & light green tissue paper c these in circular shapes to suggest clusters of dark & light green paper leaves. Focus on producing a 3D effect. More green crepe paper able chn will enhance their work with trailing glue strips of crepe paper. sketch books To apply colour using ‘Printed Suns’ Model how to print using a Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA printing technique potato. Teach how to apply colour onto the support for less able with printing skills. potato & how to print without smudging. Draw Resources: 29th 2a, b, To develop skills in chn’s attention to problems arising from using A3 black sugar paper Sept c printing too much paint or pressing too heavily on the potatoes 2003 4a, b potato. Chn will use potatoes as printing blocks red, orange & yellow paint 5a, b, to print paint onto paper. Use colours in consec knife (teacher use only) c -utive order. Start with a central colour & palettes continue to print around this in a second large brushes colour. Repeat activity with third colour etc. sketch books To explore linear & tonal ‘Patchwork cat’ Model how different linear & Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA qualities tonal qualities can be achieved using charcoal. support for less able with drawing. Demonstrate how to smudge charcoal to vary Resources: 6th 2a, b, To develop skills in using tonal effects. Consider a starting point for their A4 paper Oct c charcoal as a medium work. Chn will use charcoal to draw a cat’s charcoal 2003 4a, b face using pictures from a text as a stimulus. fixative 5a, b, Focus on using charcoal in a variety of ways sketch books c ie: smudge to produce softer effects & illustrations of cats highlighting details such as the eyes & nose using different linear qualities. To create a simple ‘Printed suns’ Model different shapes that can Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA template to use in their work be used to represent the rays of the sun. Using support for less able with drawing. these ideas chn will draw their own shape on a Resources: 13th 2a, b, To develop skills in piece of card to represent the sun’s ray. Draw A3 prints from previous lesson Oct c cutting with accuracy this repetitively around a circle to create an small pieces of card 2003 4a, b outline of a sun on the back of their printed scissors 5a, b, piece of work from the previous lesson. Chn cartridge paper c will cut out the sun shape & place an glue illustration of Icarus that the chn have drawn in felt tip pens the centre. sketch books To develop skills in ‘Ancient Greek Pots’ As class activity, study Chn will work independently. Teacher & LA drawing different examples of Greek pottery. Discuss support for less able with drawing & ideas. 2a, b, how life in Ancient Greece is depicted through Resources: 20th c To apply knowledge of art. Chn will plan & design their pots using & examples of art from Ancient Greek pots Oct 4a, b, art from an ancient culture to combining illustrations from Greek pottery. sand coloured paper 2003 c their own work Model how to enhance work with patterns pencils 5a, b, from Greek designs. Chn will draw a simple black writing pens c, outline of Greek figures on a piece of sand black sugar paper pots coloured paper in pencil. Focus on detail & sketch books composition. Highlight drawings using a black felt tip pen & glue onto black pots.