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DO NOW

Fill in the gaps with the following words: Squeegee, mesh, textile ink, stencils monochrome, poly chrome, Negative space, Positive space , screen printing, tiny, one colour.

A process whereby ________ is forced through a ____ space on a stretched _____ on a wooden frame with the help of a ____ is called __________ .

A monochrome is the act of producingartwork in ________. The production of artworks inmore than one colour called _______ .

A cut out to show a ______ and a ________ is known as a _________


Starter

Starter

  • Look at the displayed paintings and suggest the main idea or subject matter in the painting.

  • To be able to identify the main ideas or subject matter in paintings.

  • To be able to classify paintings according to the subject matter.

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Look at the displayed paintings and suggest the main idea or subject matter in the painting

Look at the displayed paintings and suggest the main idea or subject matter in the painting.

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  • To be able to identify the main ideas or subject matter in paintings.

  • To be able to classify paintings according to the subject matter.


From the do now and starter what are we learning today

From the do now and starter, what are we learning today?

  • Painting:

    - Techniques, tools and materials

    - principles of painting

  • To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


What are the key words for this lesson

What are the key words for this lesson?

  • The principles of painting:

    - Balance

    - Rhythm

    - Repetition

    - Proportion

    -Dominance

    -Harmony

  • Composition

  • Expression

  • Conceptualism

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Success criteria

Success Criteria

  • Students’ will be able to give examples of paintings categorised as Observational paintings and those categorised as Interpretative paintings.

  • Students are able to understand the processes and principles of creating paintings.

  • Students are able to conceptualise ideas for their paintings.

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


How are we going to learn in this lesson

How are we going to learn in this lesson?

  • We will know the 2 categories of painting :

    -1. Observatinal painting :e.gStill life, Nature study, human/ figure painting.

    - 2. Interpretative Painting : e.g narrative, image making, abstract.

  • We will learn the principles and understand paintings as vehicles for translating events, state and feelings.

  • We will stimulate and develop intuitive and imaginative responses in painting processes.

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Learning objective 1

Learning Objective 1

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Define painting based on the starter

Define painting based on the starter.

  • It is the vehicle for translating feelings, state and events in colours

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Categories of paintings

Categories of paintings

  • Classify the displayed paintings into Observational and Interpretative. (Use the numbers on the paintings)

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Afl time

AFL Time

  • Objective 1: To know the meaning of painting,types of paintings and media for paintings. (Level 4)

    Green?Yellow?Red?

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Learning objective 2

Learning Objective 2

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • These are guides or measures to follow in producing creative and successful paintings

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


The principles of painting

The principles of painting

  • Balance: this is the equilibrium in the arrangement of parts of a painting. There are 3 basic types of balance:- Symmetrical, Asymmetrical and Radial.

    - Symmetrical: - this is achieved when one half of the painting is the mirror image of the other.

    -Asymmetrical: - this is when the weight of the elements are equated but not identical

    - Radial balance: - this emphasis balance at the centre.

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


The principles of painting1

The principles of painting

  • Rhythm: this is the ability to create feelings of movement that leads the eye from one place to another in a piece of painting

  • Repetition: this is the ability to use and reuse some elements to create a flow and organisation in our painting. This will help to achieve unity and variety.

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


The principles of painting2

The principles of painting

  • Proportion: this emphasises the size relationship of various elements in the painting

  • Dominance: this emphsises certain part of the painting. It is used to create a center of interest.

  • Harmony: this emphsises the quality of oneness, bringing together all parts of the painting to express one main thought.

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Point out the principle here

Point out the principle here

  • Students identify the use of some principles in the displayed paintings.

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Afl time1

AFL Time

  • Objective 2: -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

    Green?Yellow?Red?

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Learning objective 3

Learning Objective 3

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)

    * Create the layout – sketch

    * Decide the media – postal colour, oil colour, water colour, etc

    * Paint larger areas first – possibly the background

    * Start with lighter colours

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Practical 1 hour

Practical – 1 hour

  • The class decides on which one of the displayed paintings to reproduce

    - sketch

    - use postal colours

    - paint larger areas first (blend your colours)

    - use lighter colours first (create tone)

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Afl time2

AFL Time

  • Objective 3: -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)

    Green?Yellow?Red?

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Home work

Home work

1. Research and study paintings of the 18th and 19th century.

-note the subject matter/ideas/thoughts in the paintings

- note the media, techniques and effect of the principles of painting used. (due date: next lesson)

2. Research and print out pictures of major events and activities of marriage ceremonies in your traditional localities. (Due date: Next week)

3. Produce a painting based on traditional marriage ceremony in your locality (Due date: two weeks)

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


Afl time3

AFL Time

  • Overall, how will you rate your learning in this lesson?

  • Green?Yellow?Red?

  • -To know the meaning of painting,types of painting and media for painting. (Level 4)

  • -To understand the principles of painting(Level 6)

  • -To be able to paint by applying the principles of painting. (Level 7 – 8)


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