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SECONDARY LESSON PLAN (7 of 8)

YEAR LEVEL & SUBJECT: Year 12

DATE: 29th August 2017

NO. OF STUDENTS: 20

LESSON DURATION: 100 min

TOPIC/FOCUS: Begin the planning and production of Artwork 2.

Outcome 1: On completion of this unit the student should be able to present at least two finished artworks based on selected and evaluated
potential directions developed through the studio process, which demonstrate refinement and application of materials and techniques, and that
realise and communicate the students ideas expressed in the exploration proposal.
Outcome 3: On completion of this unit the student should be able to compare the methods used by artists and considerations of curators in the
preparation, presentation, conservation and promotion of specific artworks in at least two different exhibitions.
Learning Intentions
The students will be able to:
Apply materials and techniques that are appropriate to their chosen art form
Demonstrate a cohesive relationship between Artwork 1 and Artwork 2.
Demonstrate aesthetic qualities

SUMMARY OF RESOURCES REQUIRED:

Whiteboard, whiteboard markers


Art materials
Visual diaries/at least two potential directions
Projector
PowerPoint presentation
Digital camera
Laptop
Unit 4 SAC Assessment Task
Unit 4 SAC Rubric

LESSON PROCEDURE
TIMING

RESOURCES

STEPS OF THE LESSON


(key activities and key questions)

EXPECTED
STUDENT
REACTIONS OR
RESPONSES

TEACHER
RESPONSES TO
STUDENTS
(including
consideration of
the need to adapt,
reteach or extend)

GOALS &
METHODS OF
EVALUATION
(including specific
informal and/or
formal assessment)

Opening (links to previous lesson/s or new


topic, purpose of lesson):
Whiteboard
Visual Diaries
0 min

Run through Learning intentions for the


lesson
INTRODUCTION TO
PLANNING/PRODUCTION OF ARTWORK 2.
Students must demonstrate a cohesive
relationship between Artwork 1 and Artwork
2. Both need to demonstrate a link to the
Exploration Proposal.

Projector
PowerPoint Presentation

Planning may involve creating sketches,


mock-ups or maquettes. (small scale model
made as a preliminary study for a larger
piece of work) Keep a visual record
throughout your process.
Teacher to show students visual examples
of mock-ups and maquettes.

15min

Visual examples PowerPoint

View PowerPoint
Ask questions

Play PowerPoint
presentation

Check for
understanding

Lesson Development:

15min

Art Materials
Digital Camera
Laptop

Students are to work independently on the


planning and/or production of Artwork 2.
Apply materials and techniques that are
appropriate to their chosen art form.

Students are to
work on their
individual
projects.
Provide advice
and suggestions
to fellow peers.

The teacher may


choose to
demonstrate
techniques and
use of materials
that are relevant
to the students
projects.

Teacher is to
assist individual
students. Provide
advice.
Circulate the
room.

Closure (Options include summarising or


reflecting on the learning
achievements/analysing errors; preparation for
future lessons etc.):
90min

Unit 4 SAC Assessment


Task
Unit 4 SAC Rubric

HOMEWORK TASK
Re-iterate what students need to complete
for the SAC. Run through the assessment
criteria.
Unit 4 SAC Assessment Task
Unit 4 SAC Rubric

Write down
homework task in
organiser.

Ensure students
understand the
Homework task.

Check for
understanding of
Homework Task.

Clarify the task if


needed.

Work on Unit 4 SAC Assessment Task.


100min

SAC DUE DATE: 7th September


PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS POST LESSON REFLECTION
Student learning (Were the stated goals achieved by all students or only some?)

Effectiveness of the learning and teaching strategies (For example, review your questioning skills in checking for understanding or your explaining skills in information
and modelling, or your organising and communicating skills, for example, giving instructions, encouraging student participation etc.)

Reflection on what you have learned and changes for future lessons (Identify a key learning/insight that you have gained about effective learning and teaching and those
changes you will make when planning and implementing your next Direct Lesson Plan)