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Unformatted text preview: ICT Lesson 1 BAMFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL SHORT / MEDIUM TERM PLANNING SHEET TEACHER: LH, AP,MK CLASS:6, 7, 8 DATE: WB. 30/10/06 Subject & Time Level Pitch LESSON OBJECTIVES ( What knowledge, skills and understanding will the children learn during the lesson?) ACTIVITIES & DIFFERENTIATION (WHAT WILL THE CHILDREN DO?) PUPILS WHO HAVE EXCEEDED LEARNING OBJECTIVES PUPILS WHO HAVE NOT ACHIEVED LEARNING OBJECTIVES Repeating Patterns unit 4B Lesson 1 0f 7 3/4 To understand that ICT can be used to develop images To be able to alter the size of the brush tool Key Vocabulary cut copy paste undo import export save as scanner (digital camera) clip art INTRODUCTION AND MAIN ACTIVITY Familiarise yourself with the relevant section/s of Dazzle+ TT for this lesson. Collect some examples of work by Georges Seurat which use the pointillist technique. His work is very popular so many books/poster packs etc. are available from art/book shops and educational suppliers. The web site www.artchive.com contains many printable examples of his work which can be viewed large scale by clicking on the image viewer. Particularly good examples are http://www.artchive.com/artchive/S/seurat/spring.jpg.html The Seine at La Grande Jatte 1888 http://www.artchive.com/artchive/S/seurat/eiffel.jpg.html The Eiffel Tower. (V) Setting the Scene: Remind the children how ICT features such as cut and paste can help them with their writing. Explain that in this unit of work they are going to use ICT to develop pictures using similar tools and techniques. Main: Tell the class that they are going to be looking at the work of an artist called Georges Seurat who lived between 1859 and 1891. Show them some of his paintings and ask the children what they have in common (use of dots). Explain that his special style of painting is called pointillism and uses dots of colour to build up an image. In this lesson they are going to use different sizes of dots produced using the Round Brush Tool to create their own pointillist pictures .(V,A) Short Focused Task: Ask the children to load Dazzle Plus and make sure the Patterns custom file is loaded with the Colour Wheel. Show/Remind the children how to fill the picture with a suitable background colour. Show them how to change the size of the Round Brush Tool by selecting it with a left click and then right clicking (anywhere on the screen as long as the tool is highlighted) and changing the size either by entering a number, clicking on the arrows to change the number or clicking on or around the circle to change the size . (V,A) Ask the children to create some pointillist pictures using the Round Brush Tool only. If they have some suitable sketches in their sketchbooks they can use these or build up a simple landscape (water and trees work well)....
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4b_repeatingpatterns - ICT Lesson 1 BAMFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL...

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