This Summer term Year 7 students will be learning about:
During the first week of the term the students will spend the time still life drawing and increasing their observational drawing skills.
SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT
- Looks at an object and draws or makes marks to represent.
- Can point to things that are near or far away.
- Use or supervise the use of scissors to cut tape, string etc.
- Use or supervise the use of scissors to cut a short straight line.
- Illustrates a person.
- Draw or make marks to represent: story event
- Create a seasonal item e.g.: card, calendar.
- Warm clay or plastercine in hands.
- Roll or attempt to roll clay or plastercine into a sausage shape.
- Roll or attempt to roll clay or plastercine into a ball.
- Use tools with clay or plastercine.
- Experiment with mixing colours.
- Can use natural materials and fabrics creatively.
- Can name or point to a preferred picture.
- Can identify two different pictures from different cultures.
- Can recognise geometric shapes in the environment
- Can print a simple repeated pattern.
- Can use a repeated pattern to decorate.
- Can assist or supervise cleaning up.
- Can distinguish the differences between patterns.
- Develop ideas from a starting point.
- Draw different types of line.
- Discuss patterns in the environment.
- Experiment to create visual effects.
- Make shapes from pliable material.
- Simple weaving with warps in place.
- Use simple computer drawing package.
- Change a colour in a pattern on the computer.
- Create simple repeat pattern.
- Use a variety of materials in a simple way.
- Uses the space on the paper.
- Review own work.
- Review the work of peers.
- Respect the work of others.
- Begin to apply improvement.
- Suggest ways they can improve their own work.
- Give simple reason for what they like.
- Discuss near and far.
- Name the primary colours.
- Name the secondary colours.