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Would anyone be willing to share planning for Andy Warhol, Clarice Cliff or Barbara Hepworth?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by eggles, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. I was wondering if anyone had taught the style of these artists and would be willing to share the planning? We are starting this topic for the first time and It would help if this was on the whole planned. I am also planning for two other teachers as well so would lik a skills based plan to give to them. I know I'd have to adapt it for the needs of our children.
    I'd very much appreciate it if you would like to share, I know it's a big ask.
     
  2. I was wondering if anyone had taught the style of these artists and would be willing to share the planning? We are starting this topic for the first time and It would help if this was on the whole planned. I am also planning for two other teachers as well so would lik a skills based plan to give to them. I know I'd have to adapt it for the needs of our children.
    I'd very much appreciate it if you would like to share, I know it's a big ask.
     
  3. It is a big ask. I can't help you as I don't do schemes of work for Art and don't know anything about these artists. I have written schemes of work this academic year and it took me hours and hours. I had nothing to work from and had to research accompanying resources and web sites etc. I am not sure whether I'd be happy to give it some one else so they can use it. However I suppose once I've emailed it to my colleagures to save into their on line planning folders, nothing stops them from copying it for a friend. Your only hope is that someone has something they can share. It maybe a good thing if you add to your post something you could share with others first. Say for example "I'd be really grateful if someone could help me with planning a scheme of work on ........". I can offer "........" in exchange, rather than ask for a scheme of work already planned for them !
     
  4. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    Have you looked in the resources section - a lot on Andy Warhol here:
    https://www.tes.co.uk/taxonomySearchResults.aspx?keywords=Pop%20art
    More interesting stuff here with schemes of work that might be of use (you'll need to search through, but there's definitely Andy Warhol:
    http://www.jeron.je/stARTing_points/new%20art%20pages/ks2/painting%20ks2.htm
    Some interesting activity ideas here for Clarice Cliff:
    https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/21790
    Info and links for Barbara Hepworth here:
    http://www.tate.org.uk/stives/exhibitions/hepworth/hepworth_teacherspack.pdf
    And this is worth a look too:
    https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Tate-Kids-Soap-Carving-3012932/
    Hope this helps.



     
  5. DFC

    DFC New commenter

    I am aghast!
    Not only have you asked for ideas of artists for Britain Since The 1930's in an earlier post... and be given loads of ideas - now you want someone else to plan it for you!
    I always treat TES as a "support network" not a "get it without doing any work yourself" network.
    Sorry if this sounds harsh... but those of us who spend hours planning from scratch find it hard to swallow when people ask for planning for free... and call it sharing!
    Rant over!


     

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