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1 Jackson Pollock-Action Painting Title : ‘Aphrodite at the Water Hole
Hole, On the Horizontal’??! KS3 Art-Assessment of skills (Explore & Create/ Ideas & Skills) “…hey miss, my Gran could paint that” “ ..yeah but Miss it looks like my brother’s painting, he’s 2yrs old…not being rude or anything ” “why is that Art?”

2 To provide information on ways of recording assessment in Art
Aims- KS3 Assessment To provide information about how we use assessment to move students on to the next N/C Level in Art To provide information on ways of recording assessment in Art Consistency across the dept. is a key factor

3 % A*-G 100 % A*-C 92.2 Art-KS4 Results 2010 Entries A* A B C D E A*-C
51 6 15 12 14 3 1 47 92.2 % A*-G 100 % A*-C 92.2

4 68% above current median 32% below

5 KS3 Assessment in Art Activity-Keys (APP task) Peer Assessment-Keys
Brief explanation of methods & recording Handouts

6 Assessing Pupil Progress
Yr 9 Key Study You are being assessed on your ability to produce an accurate drawing of a Key, or 2 or more overlapping Keys using tone, texture and detail and a balanced composition. 1. Draw your chosen Key in pencil, lightly, taking care with composition (picture space) and proportion 2. Create accurate tones, showing shadows and translating colours into mid-tones 3. Apply clear detail, including careful rendering of details, paying special attention to the reflective surfaces and any areas of pattern LEVELS To get a level 4 You need to draw accurately using line, composition and shape and create tones close to the original To get a level 5 You need to draw accurately using line, composition and shape and create correct mid-tones, using skill with the pencil to form clear lines, show 3D form using graduated tonal-changes. To get a level 6 You need to draw accurately using line, composition and shape and create correct mid-tones, showing skill with the pencil and an ability to create sharp lines and show 3D form using graduated tonal, where possible add accurate detail. To get a level 7 You need to draw accurately using line and create a range of correct mid-tones, showing skill with the pencil and an ability to create sharp lines and, where possible, accurate texture to create a detailed and intricate study based on ‘Keys’.. Achieved level: Example : APP Sheet

7 APP tasks (thank you English Dept.) +/tgt. on-going c/w & h/w
Methods & Recording Assessment in Art: APP tasks (thank you English Dept.) -peer assessment/self-assessment +/tgt. on-going c/w & h/w Verbal feedback (use of Key Words) Interim Assessment Sheets End of Unit Assessment Sheets

8 Assessment-as meaningful feedback..and target setting
Our on-going Assessment Model is /TGT +/TGT is integral to all Units of work where students produce significant pieces of work as part of their preparation, exploration, discovery & progress (development) towards a final outcome

9 +/tgt. Limited (L) Basic (B) Fair (F) Good (G) Very Good (VG)
Terms we use to quantify attainment during on-going Assessment Limited (L) Basic (B) Fair (F) Good (G) Very Good (VG) Below Above +/tgt. Average=the standard we would hope to expect On-Going Assessment Model

10 Interim Assessment Sheet
Name Form Year 7 Still Life Term: Aut/Spr/Sum Your level so far Your target level To develop accurate observational drawing skills. To use tone effectively to represent form (3D). To work neatly and clearly. To complete homework- on time, regularly. To use colour-blending in order to show tonal changes. To use cross hatching when adding tone to your drawing. To develop painting skills- use thick and creamy paint. To write in more detail when analysing artists work. To use keywords (art vocabulary) when describing artists work. To present work neatly and clearly into your sketchbook. To focus during the lesson and remain on task. To identify key features of artists work. To mix colours accurately. To use artists styles and techniques accurately. To complete tasks set. To slip & score (attaching clay) To use ‘scraffitto’ clearly & neatly, varying range of mark-making To model shapes neatly & accurately when using clay To cut shapes accurately & use a variety of ‘collage’ techniques skilfully, when producing Matisse ‘Cut-outs’ To develop presentation skills; complete work neatly and clearly + / - Comments: Teacher’s signature Example: Interim Assessment Sheet Providing Assessment (feedback) mid way through a Unit of work Formative Interim Assessment

11 Summative Assessment Example: End of Unit Assessment Sheet
End of Unit Assessment KS3 Art & Design Unit Title: Student: Form: Knowledge Skills & Understanding Limited (L) Basic (B) Fair (F) Good (G) Very Good (VG) 1.Explore & Create (Collect & Record) -Draw from observation -Explore & develop ideas in sketch book + other work (Ideas & Skills) -Express +communicate experiences & ideas - Investigate using ‘formal elements’ through a range of media 1.Understand & Evaluate (Research & Annotate other Artists work) -Research & investigate skills -Appreciate context, meaning & messages of work from other cultures 2. Evaluation -Evaluate + self evaluate own work & that of others -Adapt & refine images -Analyse +select to develop ideas -Organise + present own work Overall N/C Level: Teacher: Date: Aut/Spr/Sum (please circle) Example: End of Unit Assessment Sheet Final Assessment of a Unit- N/C Level awarded Summative Assessment Final assessment of all 3 Units are recorded onto this sheet

12 KS3 Art-Assessment of skills (Explore & Create/ Ideas & Skills)
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