SCAMPS example - Investigation Task 1
- Portrait of Katherine Mansfield, 1918
- Teaching and Learning Sequence - Teacher Copy
- 'Elizabeth Solomon', 1862
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- Captain James Cook 1776-80
- 'Te Puhi o te tai Haruru', 1984-85
- Student Information Sheet
- 'Rutu', 1951
- Student Peer Assessment
- Assessment Schedule
- Student Task Sheet
- Peer Critique of Self-portraits
- Double Bubble Example - Investigation Task 3
- SCAMPS example - Investigation Task 1
- Double Bubble Example - Investigation Task 2
- A3 Presentation Example - Investigation Task 3
- SCAMPS - Investigation Task 1
- Double Bubble - Investigation Task 2
Art work: Captain James Cook, 1776 - 80
Subject - Captain James Cook: explorer and navigator.
Colour - Muted greens, creams, browns and blacks. Skin tones.
Artist, Date & Size - John Webber, 1776 - 80. Size not listed.
Materials & Techniques - Materials not listed. Very realistic painting style, with smoothly blended colour.
Pose - Standing, leaning against something. 3/4 length portrait (doesn't include his feet). Cook is looking towards us.
Symbolism - refers to Cook's achievements (telescope suggests his explorations and mapping of the Pacific). Clothing is the uniform of a Royal Navy Post Captain.
SCAMPS - Describe the art work by filling in the details
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