Reptiles in Art From Around the World for KS3 (ZigZag Education)

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Reptiles in Art From Around the World for KS3
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84 Photocopiable Pages with supporting images on CD-ROM
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Reptiles in Art From Around the World for KS3

A 36-lesson scheme of work for KS3 Art, using the theme of reptiles as a starting point. This imaginative and creative resource offers a wealth of materials to use in lessons, with a flexible approach designed to accommodate the needs of your whole class.

Very imaginative... Would play an important part in opening up pupils’ minds to the variety of cultures in the world and in the UK... Absolutely great that this is differentiated, especially including pupils with special needs... A fascinating resource. B Procter, Art Teacher and Independent Reviewer
Cultures covered:
  1. Renaissance Art
  2. African Art
  3. Indian Art
  4. South American Art
  5. Aboriginal Art
  6. Chinese Art
  1. Six-lesson scheme of work for each of the six cultures listed
    • Differentiation and homework ideas built in
    • Inventive ideas for a range of activities and extended projects, listing what materials are needed
  2. Student resources
    • A set of fully differentiated worksheets requiring no specialist materials – great for cover lessons!
    • Student booklet built around an engaging dialogue between two art students, Cherry and Rob
    • Pupil-friendly activities and ideas for further research, all linked to the SoW
Original full-colour illustrations and examples for each topic on CD

Pupils are encouraged to explore their interests and strengths, and learn independently. As well as developing artistic techniques, they will build literacy and IT skills and, most importantly, learn to understand and appreciate the art of different cultures.


What do teachers have to say about this resource? (5803)
"A perfect introduction to art for children written in an effective and interesting way... Simple, clear and fun. Includes well-chosen schemes and provides a brief overview about the iconography of reptiles in art... There was absolutely nothing that I didn't like about this resource." M Psyrra, Art Historian and Independent Reviewer
"A very useful resource full of varied and flexible ideas aimed at a wide range of abilities. The most appealing and useful part of the resource were the differentiated worksheets and task ideas which would easily allow a non-specialist to cover a lesson... There is a great deal of valid background knowledge which boosts learning and strengthens student's understanding of the subject matter. The introductory tasks have a firm focus on skills... I enjoyed reading this resource and would use it in my lessons." - Z Blythe-Lord, Art Teacher and Independent Reviewer
"Very informative... I particularly like the amount of visual examples. The historical information is very interesting and would promote a great deal of discussion within the class. The differentiated sheets would also be a useful resource... I liked the link to OFSTED requirements and also the fact that different learning styles and requirements are considered... This resource enhances learning by not only forming connections between the artistic content, but by incorporating other subjects within the students' learning... Many historical, moral and religious learning points throughout the activities with different perspectives being discussed and reviewed through art... Could be used to base a whole topic around or as independent research for students." C Gray, Art Teacher and Independent Reviewer
"I would definitely use this resource - very imaginative for staff and pupils... By discussing and looking at the art of many cultures and religions, this is a brave piece of work and would play an important part in opening up pupils’ minds to the variety of cultures in the world and in the UK... Absolutely great that this is differentiated, especially including pupils with special needs... A fascinating resource and, as it says at the end, can be extended by looking at the art of other cultures." B Procter, Art Teacher and Independent Reviewer
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