Year 7 Art

Research

  • Recognise familiar characteristics in existing pieces of art work.
  • You can make simple observations when describing the work of artists or designers
  • Retrieve relevant images from different sources such as the internet, books and catalogues.
  • Identify the key characteristics of different cultures or art movements.
  • Record your findings by selecting appropriate information and images.
  • Explain what you like and don’t like about the artists’ work using images to illustrate.

Design

  • Record a design idea by using pictures to show what you want to do.
  • Your design has some relevance to the preparatory studies.
  • You create a number of ideas and use annotation to express your thoughts.
  • Your designs show a clear link to your preparatory work although there is still little development. Your work is simple and predictable based on the brief set.
  • You outline a range of ideas although there may still be a limited amount of development from the original.
  • You clarify your ideas using words, labelled sketches and models to communicate design details.
  • Your work illustrates a degree of creativity through its development.

Technical Knowledge

  • You can choose and apply materials to your work although the method you use may have inaccuracies.
  • You can apply materials to your work using a basic method well.
  • You can join materials or combine media in a variety of ways.
  • You can apply materials to your work using the appropriate method but with basic control.
  • You can use tools and media with some accuracy.

Make

  • You can choose and apply materials to your work although the method you use may have inaccuracies.
  • You can apply materials to your work using a basic method well.
  • You can join materials or combine media in a variety of ways.
  • You can apply materials to your work using the appropriate method but with basic control.
  • You can use tools and media with some accuracy.

Evaluate

  • You review your own work using key artistic words to explain your thoughts.
  • You can successfully recognise the strengths and weaknesses in your work and list things that you could do better in the future.
  • You can successfully identify and summarise what has been a success in your work.
  • You can suggest areas for improvement using the correct artistic terminology.