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Applying ICT to Art

Price: £35.00
Age Range: KS3 KS4

Non-ICT specialists deliver ICT in the context of Art, meeting the NC PoS guidelines in both Art and ICT through stand-alone worksheets.

There are 10 worksheets for KS3 and 10 for KS4, and the pack now includes extra worksheets on using the Internet for research, a 20-page section providing general ICT support for students and a section of teachers' support notes.

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Size: 86 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 337 9
Author(s): Janet Kortlever
Code: AIAR
Popularity rank: 239

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Contents List

SECTION 1: TEACHER SUPPORT NOTES

  • 8 GENERALGUIDELINES FOR TEACHERS
  • 9 APPLYING ICT TO OTHER CURRICULUM AREAS
  • 10 USING THE INTERNET IN CLASS
  • 11 POTENTIALPROBLEMS OF APPLYING ICT
  • 12 GUIDELINES FOR WEB-BASED HOMEWORK
  • 13 GENERALWEBSITES FOR ART
  • 14 ARTPROGRAMMES OF STUDY
  • 15 ICT PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

SECTION 2: WORKSHEETS TO AID COMPUTER-BASED RESEARCH

  • 21 RESEARCH 1: WHAT’S ON THE NET? Students become acquainted with the main Internet applications..
  • 23 RESEARCH 2: SEARCH ME! This page aims to provide students with an introduction to using search engines, focusing on the different techniques available and on how search engines compare with CD-ROM.
  • 25 RESEARCH 3: INTERNET AND CD-ROM Students make a systematic comparison between information gathering on CD-ROM and Internet, and thereby make their own assessments of each.

SECTION 3:WORKSHEETS APPLYING ICT TO ART KEYSTAGE 3

  • 31 REPEAT PATTERNS By designing simple patterns in Paint and using copy and paste, students generate a wrapping paper design.
  • 33 21st CENTURY LOGO Students use Paint to design a logo for a school.
  • 35 GARDEN FOR THE BLIND Through modifying the design of a garden, using Paint or Word, students make it suitable for blind people to use.
  • 37 POPCULTURE – CD COVER Students design and draw a CD cover in Word or Publisher.
  • 39 LINE MEN – FIGURE WORK Using the draw toolbar in Word, students make a stick figure with given body proportions.
  • 41 PORTRAIT WORKSHEET Ahandout is produced for younger children, to teach portraiture.
  • 43 USING FONTS Using Word, students write a paragraph about themselves – experimenting with different font size and colour to create different ideas.
  • 45 DESIGNING FONTS Design considerations are reinforced through designing fonts in Paint.
  • 47 WEBSITE DESIGN – RESEARCH Students compare three different websites, looking at layout, colour and general design.
  • 49 WEBSITE DESIGN – LAYOUT Students copy and paste images from CD Internet sources and experiment with layouts in Web Editor, Word or Publisher.
  • 51 WEBSITE DESIGN – DECORATION Colour, borders, patterns and clipart are used to improve the visual stimulation of the students’web pages.
  • 53 WARHOLRESEARCH A handout sheet on the art of Andy Warhol is produced in Word or Publisher.
  • 55 WARHOL – IMAGE MANIPULATION Students produce six revisions of a copied image.
  • 57 COLOUR THEORY By using Paint to produce a colour wheel, students recognise hot and cold colours.
  • 59 MOMA AND THE TATE Students pay a visit to a gallery on the World Wide Web and compare the ease with which they were able to find information.

KEYSTAGE 4

  • 61 ART HISTORY Students create a sheet on a given artist, by copying and pasting information from an online encyclopedia into Word or Publisher.
  • 63 SKETCHBOOK WORK AT GCSE By manipulating an image students can record the stages of development.
  • 65 PROJECT PAGE – GCSE Students scan in work and create an introduction page for a project, explaining their work, materials and methods.
  • 67 THE CHRISTMAS CARD CHALLENGE Students design a Christmas card that challenges the usual stereotypes.
  • 69 INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE After browsing through a sculpture tour on the World Wide Web, students review the work they have seen.

71–93 SECTION 4: SHEETS PROVIDING GENERAL ICT SUPPORT