Year 8 Homework - Paignton Community and Sports Academy

Year 8 Homework - Paignton Community and Sports Academy

Home Learning 1: Research graffiti (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. There are many different types of graffiti. These are some examples. Research different types of graffiti. Find pictures showing the work of graffiti artists: Moose and Blu. Find pictures showing examples of: 3d graffiti, yarn bombing, animated graffiti and light graffiti. Present your pictures on A4 paper. What words to describe the pictures? Write them on your paper. Which types of graffiti do you like? Say why? Home Learning 1: Research graffiti (AO1/AO3)

REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. What is the image hidden in the dots? To see the image, follow the number sequence to join the dots. Eg. 0 5 10 - 15 Develop the image by adding graffiti to it. Colour or shade in the design. 1. How does this image link to graffiti? Home Learning 1: Research graffiti (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti.

SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. There are many different types of graffiti. These are some examples. Research different types of graffiti. Find pictures showing the work of graffiti artists: Moose and Blu. Find pictures showing examples of: 3d graffiti, yarn bombing, computer graffiti, animated graffiti and light graffiti. Present your pictures on A4 paper. Describe the pictures. Write your comments next your pictures. Which types of graffiti do you like? Say why? Home Learning 1: Research graffiti (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural

To learn about graffiti. What is the image hidden in the dots? To see the image, follow the number sequence to join the dots. Eg. 0 3 6 - 9 Develop the image by adding graffiti to it. Colour or shade in the design. 1. How does this image link to graffiti? Home Learning 1: Research graffiti (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. There are many different types of graffiti. These are some examples.

Research different types of graffiti. Find pictures showing the work of graffiti artists: Moose and Blu. Find pictures showing examples of: 3d graffiti, yarn bombing, computer graffiti, animated graffiti and light graffiti. Present your pictures on A4 paper. Describe the pictures. Compare the different types of graffiti. Write your comments next your pictures. Which types of graffiti do you like? Say why? Home Learning 1: Research graffiti (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. What is the image hidden in the dots? To see the image, follow the number sequence to join the dots. Eg. 0 4 8 - 12

Develop the image by adding graffiti to it. Colour or shade in the design. 1. How does this image link to graffiti? Home Learning 2: Research graffiti artist Banksy (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. Banksy is a graffiti artist. He uses a card stencil and spray paint to do his graffiti.

He does stencilling because it is quicker to do. Banksy does his graffiti on public walls and buildings. Banksy uses graffiti to get a serious message across. The message is usually against war, rich people or the government. His graffiti shows rats, monkeys, policemen, soldiers, children, and old people. Banksys work is now worth a lot of money and people collect it. A graffiti war started between Banksy and King Robbo when Banksy painted over one of Robbo's tags. Answer the questions: 1. How does Banksy do his work? What does he use? 2.

What is Banksy trying to do with his graffiti? 3. Why is Banksy no longer being prosecuted for doing graffiti? 4. What is the feud between Banksy and King Robbo about? Home Learning 2: Research graffiti artist Banksy (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Look at these Banksy pictures Write a list of words to describe what you see. What do you think of Banksys graffiti? Home Learning 2: Research graffiti artist Banksy (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural

To learn about graffiti. Banksy was born and grew up in Bristol, England. He became involved with graffiti during the 1980s. His work are visual puns that sometimes have a written slogan. A visual pun is a type of joke that uses pictures to get the joke across. Banksys jokes often have a serious message behind them. The message is usually against war, rich people, bad behaviour or the government. His work often shows rats, apes, policemen, soldiers, children and old people. He uses a card stencil and spray paint to do his graffiti. He does stencilling because it is quicker to do. He started stencilling when he was hiding from the police under a rubbish lorry and noticed the stencilled serial number on the lorry. Banksy does his graffiti on public walls and buildings. He began doing graffiti in Bristol, then London and now travels across the world. He displays his graffiti on public surfaces such as buildings and walls as a protest against the law labelling graffiti as vandalism. Banksys work is now worth a lot of money and people collect it. He is no longer prosecuted for vandalism.

Banksys graffiti style is similar to Blek le Rats, who began to use stencils in 1981 in Paris, France. A feud and graffiti war started between Banksy and King Robbo when Banksy painted over one of Robbo's tags. Answer the questions: 1. Why does Banksy use stencils do his work? 2. What is Banksy trying to do with his graffiti? Home Learning 2: Research graffiti artist Banksy (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING 3. What is a visual pun? 4. Why does Banksy graffiti on public surfaces? 5.

What is the feud between Banksy and King Robbo about? 6. What is the visual pun in this image? 7. What is the visual pun in this image? 8. What do you think of Banksys work? Home Learning 2: Research graffiti artist Banksy (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. Banksy was born and grew up in Bristol, England. He became involved with graffiti during the 1980s. His work are visual puns that sometimes have a written slogan. A visual pun is a type of joke that uses pictures to

get the joke across. Banksys jokes often have a serious message behind them. The message is usually against war, rich people, bad behaviour or the government. His work often shows rats, apes, policemen, soldiers, children and old people. He uses a card stencil and spray paint to do his graffiti. He does stencilling because it is quicker to do. He started stencilling when he was hiding from the police under a rubbish lorry and noticed the stencilled serial number on the lorry. Banksy does his graffiti on public walls and buildings. He began doing graffiti in Bristol, then London and now travels across the world. He displays his graffiti on public surfaces such as buildings and walls as a protest against the law labelling graffiti as vandalism. Banksys work is now worth a lot of money and people collect it. He is no longer prosecuted for vandalism. Banksys graffiti style is similar to Blek le Rats, who began to use stencils in 1981 in Paris, France. A feud and graffiti war started between Banksy and King Robbo when Banksy painted over one of Robbo's tags. Answer the questions: 1.

Why does Banksy use stencils do his work? 2. What is Banksy trying to do with his graffiti? Home Learning 2: Research graffiti artist Banksy (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING 3. What is a visual pun? 4. Why does Banksy graffiti on public surfaces? 5. What is the feud between Banksy and King Robbo about? 6. What is the visual pun in this image? 7. What is the visual pun in this image? 8.

What do you think of Banksys work? Home Learning 3: Drawing of Banksy graffiti (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of the grid method to drawing. SMSC: Creativity To do observational drawing. Use the grid method to copy the Banksy picture. Home Learning 3: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements SMSC: Making judgements To evaluate design work.

How useful was the grid method? What is good about your drawing? How could you improve your drawing? Home Learning 3: Drawing of Banksy graffiti (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of the grid method to drawing. SMSC: Creativity To do observational drawing. Use the grid method to copy the Banksy picture. Home Learning 3: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements

SMSC: Making judgements To evaluate design work. How useful was the grid method? What is good about your drawing? How could you improve your drawing? Home Learning 3: Drawing of Banksy graffiti (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of the grid method to drawing. SMSC: Creativity To do observational drawing. Use the grid method to copy the Banksy picture. Home Learning 3: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective:

To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements SMSC: Making judgements To evaluate design work. How useful was the grid method? What is good about your drawing? How could you improve your drawing? Home Learning 4: Research graffiti artist DFace (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. DFace is a British graffiti artist. His real name is Dean Stockton. He became interested in graffiti as a child when he saw pictures of New York subway

graffiti. DFace did an illustration and design course and worked as a freelance illustrator/designer whilst he developed his graffiti work. His graffiti is split into two types. The first type is a mixture of original text and cartoon images. The second type is also changes famous pictures by adding cartoon and text. His influences were skateboard deck graphics and stickers, hip hop music, punk music, popular animated cartoons and the work of artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. DFace does his work by stencilling and free-hand spray painting. He has exhibited his work in art galleries since 2006. He owned and ran the Outside Institute. This was Londons first modern art gallery to show graffiti. In 2010, he worked with Christina Aguilera to design her album cover Bionic. Answer the questions: 1.

How did DFace first become a graffiti artist? 2. Describe the two types of graffiti that DFace does. Home Learning 4: Research graffiti artist DFace (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING 4. How does DFace do his work? Look at these DFace pictures Write a list of words to describe what you see. What do you think of DFaces graffiti? Home Learning 4: Research graffiti artist DFace (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti.

DFace is a British graffiti artist. His real name is Dean Stockton. He became interested in graffiti as a child when he saw pictures of New York subway graffiti. DFace did an illustration and design course and worked as a freelance illustrator/designer whilst he developed his graffiti work. His graffiti is split into two types. The first type is a mixture of original text and cartoon images. The second type is also changes famous pictures by adding cartoon and text. His influences were skateboard deck graphics and stickers, hip hop music, punk music, popular animated cartoons and the work of artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. DFace does his work by stencilling and free-hand spray painting. He has exhibited his work in art galleries since 2006. He owned and ran the Outside Institute. This was Londons first modern art

gallery to show graffiti. In 2010, he worked with Christina Aguilera to design her album cover Bionic. Answer the questions: 1. How did DFace first become a graffiti artist? 2. Describe the two types of graffiti that DFace does. Home Learning 4: Research graffiti artist DFace (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING 3. Where does DFace get his ideas? 4. How does DFace do his graffiti work? Look at these DFace pictures How has DFaces created this design for Christina Aguileras album Bionic? What do you think of DFaces graffiti style? Home Learning 4: Research graffiti artist DFace (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective:

To know about graffiti. SMSC: Cultural To learn about graffiti. DFace is a British graffiti artist. His real name is Dean Stockton. He became interested in graffiti as a child when he saw pictures of New York subway graffiti. DFace did an illustration and design course and worked as a freelance illustrator/designer whilst he developed his graffiti work. His graffiti is split into two types. The first type is a mixture of original text and cartoon images. The second type is also changes famous pictures by adding cartoon and text. His influences were skateboard deck graphics and stickers, hip hop music, punk music, popular animated cartoons and the work of artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.

DFace does his work by stencilling and free-hand spray painting. He has exhibited his work in art galleries since 2006. He owned and ran the Outside Institute. This was Londons first modern art gallery to show graffiti. In 2010, he worked with Christina Aguilera to design her album cover Bionic. Answer the questions: 1. How did DFace first become a graffiti artist? 2. Describe the two types of graffiti that DFace does. Home Learning 4: Research graffiti artist DFace (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING 3. Where does DFace get his ideas? 4. How does DFace do his graffiti work? Look at picture C. How has DFaces created this design for Christina Aguileras album Bionic? A

B Look at pictures A and B. How are they the same and how are they different? C Home Learning 5: Drawing Task (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To know about body decoration. SMSC: Cultural To learn about body decoration. This is an example of graffiti by DFace. Copy the image. Develop the image by adding your own designs to the background. Colour or shade in the design. How could you improve your drawing?

Home Learning 5: Drawing Task (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To know about body decoration. SMSC: Cultural To learn about body decoration. This is an example of graffiti by DFace. Copy the image. Develop the image by adding your own designs to the background. Colour or shade in the design. How could you improve your drawing? Home Learning 5: Drawing Task (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To know about body decoration. SMSC: Cultural To learn about body decoration.

This is an example of graffiti by DFace. Copy the image. Develop the image by adding your own designs to the background. Colour or shade in the design. How could you improve your drawing? Home Learning 6: Graffiti design (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of graffiti to design development. SMSC: Creativity To develop an original design. Develop this letter into a graffiti design. You could include: contour lines animal or insect dots lines (straight, wavy) 3 dimensional

Shade or colour in your design. What drawing effects have you used ? A Home Learning 6: Graffiti design (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of graffiti to design development. SMSC: Creativity To develop an original design. Develop this letter into a graffiti design. You could include: contour lines animal or insect dots lines (straight, wavy)

3 dimensional Shade or colour in your design. A Home Learning 6: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements SMSC: Making judgements To evaluate design work. How does your design use drawing effects? What is good about your design? How could you improve your design? Home Learning 6: Graffiti design (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective:

To apply knowledge of graffiti to design development. Develop the letter SMSC: Creativity To develop an original design. A into a graffiti design. You could include: contour lines animal or insect dots lines (straight, wavy) 3 dimensional Shade or colour in your design. Home Learning 6: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements

SMSC: Making judgements To evaluate design work. How does your design use drawing effects? What is good about your design? How could you improve your design? Home Learning 7: Graffiti design (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of graffiti to design development. SMSC: Creativity To develop an original design.

Finish the bag design. Your design must be symmetrical. Add extra detail: - patterns - shapes. Colour or shade in your bag design. How does your design link to graffiti? TAG Line of symmetry What textiles techniques could you use to make your design? Home Learning 7: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) REMEMBERING/UNDERSTANDING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements SMSC: Making judgements

To evaluate design work. How does your bag design link to the graffiti theme? What is good about your bag design? How could you improve your bag design? Home Learning 7: Graffiti design (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of graffiti to design development. SMSC: Creativity To develop an original design.

Finish the bag design. Your design must be symmetrical. Add extra detail: - patterns - shapes. Your design must be in the style of graffiti artist DFace. Colour or shade in your bag design. TAG Line of symmetry What textiles techniques could you use to make your design? Home Learning 7: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) APPLYING/ANALYSING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements SMSC: Making judgements

To evaluate design work. How does your bag design link to the work of DFace? What is good about your bag design? How could you improve your bag design? Home Learning 7: Graffiti design (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To apply knowledge of graffiti to design development. SMSC: Creativity To develop an original design.

Finish the bag design. Your design must be show horizontal and vertical symmetry. Add extra detail: - patterns - shapes. Your design must be in the style of graffiti artist DFace. Colour or shade in your bag design. Line of symmetry What textiles techniques could you use to make your design? Home Learning 7: Evaluation (AO1/AO3) EVALUATING/CREATING Learning Objective: To be able to evaluate work and suggest improvements SMSC: Making judgements To evaluate design work.

How does your bag design link to the work of DFace? What is good about your bag design? How could you improve your bag design? 41 Moose: Learning Objective: To know about graffiti. SMSC: cultural traditions To learn about graffiti. Answer the questions: 1. Describe Mooses art. 2.

How does Moose do his graffiti? What does he use? 3. Why is Mooses work environmentally friendly? 4. How is Mooses work similar to Banksys work? 5. How does Mooses work link to your work? 6. What do you think of Mooses graffiti? To achieve a level 5a or above in textiles you must: - Give detailed answers to the

questions. Key words: spray-paints, vandalism, illegal, anonymous, challenge, famous, text, funny, bold, quick, message, pictures, stencil, stencilling.

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