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1 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY 2013

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3 CONTENTS ByME 2 Arts and Crafts ByME 3 Contents Levels 1 to 6 4 Student s Book 10 Teacher s Material 34 Online Resources 40

4 ByME THE BEST IS YET TO COME

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6 COURSE CONTENT ARTS & CRAFTS LEVEL 1 Unit Concepts Projects 1 Lines and shapes Lines: straight, curved, wavy, zigzag Shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle CLIL link: School 2 Patterns Patterns: repeated lines, shapes, colours CLIL link: The senses 3 Lines and colours Primary colours: blue, red, yellow Secondary colours: green, orange, purple CLIL link: The body REVIEW 1 Art in my home Lines, shapes, patterns, light and dark colours CLIL link: The home 4 Texture Portraits Textures: hard, soft, rough, smooth CLIL link: Food 5 Forms Sculpture Forms: sphere, cube, cylinder, pyramid CLIL link: Animals 6 More shapes Geometric shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval Natural shapes CLIL link: Plants REVIEW 2 Art in my world Lines, shapes, colours, textures, forms CLIL link: Water and air 7 Buildings Symmetry CLIL link: The neighbourhood 8 Landscapes Space: front, middle and back Prints CLIL link: Landscapes 9 More colours Mosaics Warm colours: orange, red, yellow Cool colours: blue, green, purple CLIL link: The Sun REVIEW 3 Recycled Art Recycled materials, lines, shapes and forms, warm and cool colours, front, middle and back CLIL link: Materials Make a school with lines and shapes Make a musical shaker with patterns Draw and colour a picture of your body with lines and shapes Group project: Make a house Make a portrait with fruit and vegetables Make an animal mask with forms Make a garden with shapes Group project: Make a boat race Make a building that is the same on both sides Make a landscape with paper Make a Sun mosaic Group project: Make puppets and a stage 4 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

7 COURSE CONTENT ARTS & CRAFTS LEVEL 2 Unit Concepts Projects 1 Lines and shapes Lines, geometric shapes The human body 2 Natural shapes Natural shapes Food 3 Colours Primary and secondary colours CLIL link: Animals REVIEW 1 Art in nature Lines, shapes, colours CLIL link: Insects 4 Texture Textures: hard, rough, soft, smooth, bumpy, prickly CLIL link: Plants 5 Forms Forms: 3-D forms, sphere, cube, cylinder, pyramid, cone CLIL link: Water 6 Patterns Patterns: lines, shapes, colours CLIL link: The Sun REVIEW 2 Art in the city Shapes, forms, patterns, primary and secondary colours CLIL link: The city 7 Pottery Decoration, patterns CLIL link: Materials 8 Movement Movement: forwards, backwards, sideways CLIL link: Forces 9 More colours Warm colours, cool colours CLIL link: Electricity REVIEW 3 Photography Photography CLIL link: Time Draw a self-portrait Make a placemat Make an animal habitat Group project: Create interesting insects Make a tissue paper sunflower Make a tin foil ice sculpture Make a Sun Group project: Make a building with shapes, forms and patterns Make and decorate a thumb pot Make a windmill Design clothes with warm and cool colours Group project: Make a school memories collage 5

8 COURSE CONTENT ARTS & CRAFTS LEVEL 3 Unit Concepts Projects 1 Self-portraits Self-portraits: shape, size, proportion CLIL link: Living things 2 Still life Still life: mixing primary and secondary colours CLIL link: The senses 3 Collages Collages: positive and negative shapes CLIL link: The body REVIEW 1 Art in nature Lines, shapes, colours, texture CLIL link: Animals 4 Mosaics Mosaics: patterns, geometric shapes CLIL link: Plants 5 Near and far Foreground, middle ground, background Objects near and far CLIL link: Habitats 6 Kites Geometric shapes, organic lines CLIL link: Water and air REVIEW 2 Landscapes Patterns, near and far, forms CLIL link: Landscapes 7 Land art Organic lines, shapes and forms, natural materials CLIL link: The Earth 8 Inventions Observation of Nature, balance CLIL link: Transport 9 Illustration Illustrations: movement lines, characers CLIL link: Work REVIEW 3 Buildings Lines, shapes, colours, patterns, near and far, space Building design CLIL link: The city Look in a mirror and draw a self-portrait Mix colours to make a colourful guitar Make a silhouette with positive and negative shapes Group project: Make an animal poster Make a mosaic flower with geometric shapes Make a habitat Make a carp kite Group project: Make a Landscape Make a rock animal Make a paper plane Create a comic strip Group project: Plan and make a building 6 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

9 COURSE CONTENT ARTS & CRAFTS LEVEL 4 Unit Concepts Projects 1 Still life The elements of art: lines, shapes, colours, patterns CLIL link: Food 2 Portraits Portraits: position of the head, facial expressions CLIL link: The body 3 Puzzle Art Complementary colours CLIL link: Animals REVIEW 1 Rose window Patterns, complementary colours, position CLIL link: Plants 4 Nightscape Movement CLIL link: Our planet 5 Light and reflection Light, reflection, symmetry CLIL link: Energy 6 Recycled Art Geometric and organic forms Materials CLIL link: Machines REVIEW 2 Hot air balloons Movement, reflection, forms CLIL link: Matter 7 Landscapes Perspective lines, depth in space CLIL link: Living together 8 Seascapes Horizontal and vertical lines CLIL link: Our country 9 Sculpture Asymmetrical balance CLIL link: Population REVIEW 3 Games Perspective, horizontal and vertical lines, asymmetrical balance CLIL link: History Draw a still life Create a clay head Design an animal puzzle Group project: design and make a stained glass window Design and construct a mobile Construct a kaleidoscope Construct a recycled robot Group project: Create a papier mache hot air balloon Paint a landscape Create a seascape Construct an asymmetrical family sculture Group project: Plan and design a board game 7

10 COURSE CONTENT ARTS & CRAFTS LEVEL 5 Unit Concepts Projects 1 Friendly figures Figure drawing, proportion Draw a picture of a classmate 2 Exploring size Models, scale Make a scale model of a treasure chest 3 Lots of lines Sketches, contour lines Draw lines to create a 3D artwork ART HISTORY 1 Prehistory Cave art, cave paintings Create modern cave art 4 Changing colours Sculpture, tints and shades Construct a cardboard cow parade 5 Showing shadows Landscape, light, shadows Make a shadow maker 6 Light and dark Still life, shades, shadows Paint a realistic still life Mosaics, tints, shades Make a mosaic calendar ART HISTORY 2 Ancient History 7 Close up and far away Prints, space Make a landscape print 8 Going, going, gone Cityscape, depth, volume, vanishing point Paint a realistic cityscape 9 Points of view Photography, points of view Make an artwork with two points of view ART HISTORY 3 The Middle Ages Buildings, parts of a castle Construct a castle 8 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

11 COURSE CONTENT ARTS & CRAFTS LEVEL 6 Unit Concepts Projects 1 Personal profile Concepts Create a 3D profile of a classmate 2 Make it shine Proportion Paint a still life with different textures 3 Inside my room Perspective lines, interiors Draw a room in an art museum ART HISTORY 1 Early modern art Proportion, texture, perspective Design a room using perspective lines 4 Colourful expressions Colour schemes Construct a paper coil pot 5 Lots of dots Depth, volume, pointillism Paint a dotted landscape 6 In any shape or form Geometric and organic shapes and forms, technical drawing Make a decorative magnet ART HISTORY 2 Modern art Colour, depth Construct a Cubist sculpture 7 What s so important Emphasis, lines, colour, shape, form Create a diptych with different focal points 8 Look again Two point perspective Make a pop-up cityscape 9 Seeing is believing Repetition Make a picture frame ART HISTORY 3 Contemporary art Murals Make an end of year mural 9

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14 STUDENT S BOOK UNIT 0 Arts and Crafts 1 12 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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18 STUDENT S BOOK UNIT 0OPENING Arts and Crafts 1 16 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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20 STUDENT S BOOK UNIT DEVELOPMENT Arts and Crafts 1 18 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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22 STUDENT S BOOK UNIT 0DEVELOPMENT Arts and Crafts 1 20 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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24 STUDENT S BOOK UNIT DEVELOPMENT Arts and Crafts 1 22 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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26 STUDENT S BOOK REVIEW UNIT Arts and Crafts 1 24 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

27 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY 1 TEACHER S RESOURCES 2 Activity 1 3 Activity 2 25

28 STUDENT S BOOK REVIEW UNIT Arts and Crafts 1 26 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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30 STUDENT S BOOK REVIEW UNIT Arts and Crafts 1 28 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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32 STUDENT S BOOK REVIEW UNIT Arts and Crafts 1 30 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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34 STUDENT S BOOK EXTRAS Arts and Crafts 1 32 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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36 TEACHER S MATERIAL TEACHER S BOOK AND CLASS CD ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY 3 TEACHER S RESOURCES 34 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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38 TEACHER S MATERIAL DIGITAL RESOURCES 36 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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40 TEACHER S MATERIAL FLASHCARDS 38 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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42 ONLINE RESOURCES 40 ARTS & CRAFTS PRIMARY

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44 THE BEST IS YET TO COME

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