Natural and Man Made - David Hockney (Photography)
- Assessment Schedule
- Session 1
- Session 2
- Session 3
- Session 4
- Sessions 5, 6, 7 & 8
- Sessions 9 & 10
- Sessions 11-15
TEACHER: Jean Copeland
|Level/s:||Year 4 Level 3|
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UC: Students will investigate the purposes of objects and images in past and present cultures and identify contexts in which they were or are made, viewed, and valued.
Essential Skills/Key Competencies
Health & Physical Wellbeing
A familiar environment creates a sense of belonging.
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- Classroom environment: Chairs, tables, books, pencils, equipment, toys
- School environment: Playground, Rock Wall, Pohutukawa and Puriri Trees, Classrooms, Auditorium
- Community environment: Neighbourhood, Township, Mountain and Waterfront
- Magnifying Glass
- Laminated Viewers
- A4/A5 Cartridge Paper
- Sketching Pencils
- Digital Camera
- Video Camera
- Power Point
- Data projector
- Artnet: David Hockney
- Tukutuku Korero Volume 84 Number 7 25/04/05
- Big Smoke - New Zealand City People in the '60s and '70s by John Daley
- Henri Cartier - Bresson in India
- Fabric and Fibre Exploring the Visual Arts in Years 1 - 6
- David Hockney: a retrospective organised by Maurice Tuchman and Stephanie Barron.
Introduction for Teachers:
David Hockney's photographic montages appealed for their interaction with the environment and the perception of movement. His ability to piece together images to recreate 3 dimensional forms was approached like a jigsaw puzzle by the students. Using detailed observation and problem solving skills created many discussions and comparisons between the artists' and their own work.
Teaching and Learning Sequence:
Self-assessment based on success criteria.
Your task is to gather information, material and resources across the term. It is to be documented as a visual journal.
Use the success criteria to self evaluate your visual journal.