Year 7 aliens

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Year 7 aliens

  1. 1. ‘Aliens’ National Curriculum Levels Level 3 I explore ideas and collect visual and other information to help me develop my work. I am beginning to develop my practical skills. “We filled our bottles with items to stop them from falling over.”
  2. 2. ‘Aliens’ National Curriculum Levels Level 4 I explore and develop my ideas through drawings from real life and my imagination. I develop my practical skills and choose the most appropriate materials and techniques to make my alien. I use research into the pieces by Yinka Shonibare to help me understand the ideas behind his work. Writing is more about the facts of Shonibare’s life rather than the ideas behind the work. Evenso, the presentation is really exciting.
  3. 3. ‘Aliens’ National Curriculum Levels “Shonibare explores issues of race and class through a range of media.” (Thoughtful research but the presentation is disappointing.) “Use tissue paper to create a base colour for your alien.” Level 5 I experiment with and explore the potentials of materials to plan future developments in my work. I have developed my practical skills and construction techniques and can choose the most appropriate tools and materials to make my alien. I have researched the work of Yinka Shonibare and can see how his work illustrates his ideas. I refine my work so that it expresses my ideas.
  4. 4. ‘Aliens’ National Curriculum Levels Level 6 I experiment with and explore the potentials of materials to plan future developments in my work. I collect useful images and materials (without being asked by my teacher) to develop my alien. I apply my practical skills and technical knowledge to achieve my alien design in 3D. I interpret and explain the work of Yinka Shonibare and apply my understanding to the work of others. I evaluate my work and use my critical understanding to develop my own views and practical work.

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