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autumn term

Topic
Overview

Body Adornment Garment

  • Learn about artists, craftspeople and designers work and styles.
  • Develop techniques and styles by using ideas from others
  • Use discussion to challenge and develop ideas.
  • Learn how to analyse work and ideas with subject specific language.
  • Develop an idea through experimentation and self-evaluation.
  • Evaluate, review and modify work and ideas.
  • Develop a personal idea to a conclusion by experimenting, reviewing and refining.

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

    • Group and pair work,
    • Self and peer evaluation skills,
    • Art from different cultures and contexts. 

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

    • Careers in the textiles - Visit to London Galleries Artists and craftspeople and designers working now 

 

Home Learning this Term

At least 1 hour of homework will be set every week. Students should also work independently to develop their sketchbooks and practical work.

Example homework:

    • Analyse an artist’s work.
    • Research and photographs.
    • Development of a personal idea.
    • Improve, refine and evaluate ideas.
    • Experiment with materials.

 

 

spring term

Topic
Overview

Exam Topic

  • Choose a topic from a range set by AQA
  • Research your chosen topic through artist links, written ideas, photographs and gallery visits.
  • Develop an idea for a piece of work on the topic which shows that you have been influenced by other artists and designers.
  • Review and refine your ideas, experimenting with ideas and media.
  • Do a practical exam which shows your ability to develop the idea to a personal conclusion.

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

    • Personal research into Designers, artists and craftspeople.

    • Peer and self-assessment.
    • Textiles from different countries and cultures.

    • Moral issues in textiles.

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

    • Visiting artist

    • Opportunities in the arts

    • Gallery visits

 

Home Learning this Term

At least 2 hours of homework will be set every week during student’s exam preparation. Students should also work independently to develop their sketchbooks.

    • Research the topic set.
    • Take photographs
    • Analyse the work of relevant designers
    • Develop a personal idea.
    • Test and trial materials and techniques.

 

 

summer term

Topic
Overview

After final assessment some students will be given allocated time to improve their coursework projects.

  • Improve development of an idea based on the AQA marking criteria.

  • Improve personal outcomes.
  • Improve written and practical analysis of artist link work.

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

    • Self and peer assessment.

    • Group evaluations.

    • Groups work evaluation.

    • Art from different times and cultures.

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

Visit to University art degree shows

 

Home Learning this Term

    • Improving work based on teacher assessment.

    • Improve development of ideas in sketchbooks.

    • Work from AQA marking criteria to improve outcomes.

 

 

Year 11 Textiles Fashion Summary

Students will build on the skills which they learnt in year 10 to produce a “Body Adornment project”. They will study the work of several artists, craftspeople and designers. Students will develop an idea for a garment in their sketchbooks. Students will develop, experiment and refine their ideas in a practical way.

Student’s coursework projects, (jewellery, Newspaper dresses and Body Adornment) make up 60% of their final grade in Fine Art.

On January 1st students will begin their exam project. They will be given a choice of topics by AQA and will choose one to develop into a project. Students will have approximately 12 weeks to research their topic, study artist links and develop a final idea for the topic. They will develop this further under exam conditions in a final 10 hour exam.

The exam project makes up 40% of the student’s final grade.

 

 

 

 

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