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Sow – Perspective ART DESIGN

"The young people in our classroom are infinitely more significant than the subjects we teach." ~ Meladee Mcarty

Lesson number: Title: PERSPECTIVES Learning activities – include AFL/assessment opportunities and any differentiation. Key skills – numeracy/ literacy/ICT Resources and health and safety
1 

LO: Gain an understanding of 1 point perspective

1 Point Perspective Drawing 

  • Produce a 1 point perspective cube without guidance and in silence
  • Produce 9 1 Point perspective cubes from different angles.
  • Group discussion on two 1 point perspective photographs – what are the similarities and differences
  • Key terms in 1 point perspective drawing and their explanations
  • 1 point perspective rules
  • Learners to have a trial go at independently drawing out 1 point perspective cube – AFL
  • Practice drawing – Students draw out 9 2D cubes and using the skills they have learnt they are to make them 3D using the 1 point perspective method
Using literacy skills to come up with technical terminology 

 

Using numeracy skills to ensure drawings are to scale and accurate

  • Student work sheet
  • PowerPoint
  • Exemplar material
  • Writing equipmentRuler, pencil and pencil crayons
2 

LO: To learn how perspective can affect typography

1 Point Perspective name 

  • Produce a 1 point perspective drawing of learners name – each pieces of work should be unique and interesting
  • On whiteboards, draw a 1 point perspective cube without any guidance
  • Layout the page in order to best present learners drawing
  • Follow step by step instructions in order to produce a 1 point perspective drawing of their name – this is a teacher led activity
  • Exit ticket; answer what the technical terms mean.
Using literacy skills to come up with technical terminology 

 

Using numeracy skills to ensure drawings are to scale and accurate

  • Student work sheet
  • PowerPoint
  • Exemplar material
  • Writing equipmentRuler, pencil and pencil crayons
3/4 

LO: To be able to use perspective in a scene or abstract space.

2 point perspective drawing layout. 

  • High Learners produce the basic layout of a 2 point perspective city
  • Lower Learners produce a Abstract drawing using 2 point perspective
  • Students independently draw a 2 point perspective cube in silence following step by step guidance off the board
  • Teacher led group discussion on the differences between 2 point and 1 point perspective pictures – students have to then determine what picture is 1 point and what is 2
  • Teacher then leads pupils into the 2 point perspective city, giving step by step guidance ensuring all learners have a basic outline of a city
  • Exit ticket again, questioning on technical terms from lesson activity
Again students with use literacy skills to come up with technical terminology 

 

Using numeracy skills to ensure drawings are to scale and accurate

  • Student work sheet
  • PowerPoint
  • Exemplar material
  • Writing equipmentRuler, pencil and pencil crayons
5 

LO: To learn how tone can be used in perspective drawing

3 point perspective 

  • High Learners produce the basic layout of a 3 point perspective city
  • Lower Learners produce a Abstract drawing using 3 point perspective
  • Learners are to then continue with their 3 Point perspective cities working to make their drawings individual
Again students with use literacy skills to come up with technical terminology 

 

Using numeracy skills to ensure drawings are to scale and accurate

  • Student work sheet
  • PowerPoint
  • Exemplar material
  • Writing equipment
  • Ruler, pencil and pencil crayons
6 

LO: Learn how texture is used when drawing in perspective.

Combining each drawing technique. 

  • Produce a 3D creative and imaginary drawing which includes a combination of all 3 skills that students have leant over the perspective project.
  • Students are to analyse existing work similar to that in which they will produce
  • Students are to work on their independent drawing, shading and texture skills to complete their own drawing.
Students may use their ICT skills to produce their newsletter. 

 

Within this drawing, students will demonstrate all skills that they have learnt.

  • Student work sheet
  • Existing work
  • PowerPoint
  • Exemplar material
  • Writing equipment
  • Ruler, pencil and pencil crayons

WHY WE DO IT

We are committed to raising the achievements and aspirations of children and young people
so they can play an effective and unique part in society

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