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Below, are the copies of the fact sheet, pre-writing sheet, and final writing sheet for Common Assessment #1

Below, are the copies of the fact sheet, pre-writing sheet, and final writing sheet for Common Assessment #1

Fiction & Non-Fiction Book Report by  - UK Teaching Resources - TES

My Favourite Book activity can be used as a homework task. Pupils use worksheet to create a poster on their favourite book best printed off at A3. Choice of Fiction and Non-fiction format. Book reports are similar format but slightly harder, can be used as extension tasks during literacy.

The Perfect Introduction to Portraiture for High School Students - The Art of Education University

Teaching portraiture can be difficult. It’s often something students struggle with and complain about. However, once they see they can be successful, their confidence grows. Each year, the first lesson I teach my Art II students is called the “Art of Portraiture.” This activity helps students better understand the difference between drawing from life and drawing […]

ELEMENTS OF ART POSTERS ART CLASSROOM VISUALS SET OF 6 HANDOUTS LARGE POSTERS - print your own art classroom posters  24"x30" or 16"x20" block poster sizes available at TeachersPayTeachers.com

Description Includes 7 Elements of Art poster designs in a variety of digital formats for displaying in your art classroom. Includes posters for the elements of line, value, form, color, texture, space, & shape. These posters were created in a block poster style in two different sizes: 16"x20" and 24"x36". This listing also includes .jpgs of each poster and printable 8.5"x11" handouts. These posters make excellent art classroom decor and teaching tools in the art classroom! Check out my…

come to the Art side: How do you grade in the art room?

I'm trying to help my students be more aware of the grading process in art. Sometimes I get the feeling they think its just a place to come in and play around without learning or being held accountable for the work they do. I've had a rubric for a while based on what I saw in another teachers room, but I vamped it up a bit and made it poster size to hang in my room for the kids to see. It's so colorful! The pink arrow is detached. Previously there were only three faces, I added that last one…