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Key stage 2 Art lesson. William Morris

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by Skendall87, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. Hi, I have an interview next week for PGCE Primary Art.
    I have chosen the artist William Morris and ' The Strawberry Theif' design as a stimulus for the starting point for my lesson plan.
    Does anyone have lesson plans for William Morris/ investigating Pattern?
    In my presentation I have the explain my lesson plan.. and what I hope the children might learn.
    I am trying to prepare myself for questions they will ask about my Lesson plan in my interview.
    Any help with this would be fantastic.

  2. Can I ask please why you chose the Strawberry <u>T H I E F</u> ???? (watch sp on your lesson plan etc!!)
    Our local primary school studied this and spent several lessons on it!
    Whatever you plan, can they achieve it? will they enjoy it? will they realise your learning objectives?
    You write next week ...during Easter hols???

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