Artwise Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum Years 7-10 & Ebookplus
Author(s): Glenis Israel
This new edition of Artwise: Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum is specifically written to address the Visual Arts learning area within the Australian Curriculum. It provides a stimulating resource for students in Years 7 to 10, with a broad range of Australian and international artists, and a balance of traditional and contemporary examples. The overall sequencing of chapters demonstrates a progression in difficulty of subject matter, which allows teachers to dip in and out according to the year level and ability of their students in order to work towards the appropriate Australian Curriculum Year level standard. Artwise: Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum incorporates an offering of integrated units that provide the optimum teaching balance between the Australian Curriculum: The Arts strands of Making and Responding within an overall thematic framework. Each unit is begun with a range of suggested Making tasks that use step-by-step instructions to guide students through their own creative process. Sample student works and a wide range of works (practices) from recognised artists allow students to investigate these and find their own inspiration.
The Responding strand allows students to analyse the viewpoints offered by the artworks, with Self-reflection activities on the eBookPLUS placing the student at the centre of the learning experience, setting goals and evaluating their learning. Key features: * Addresses the Visual Arts learning area within the Australian Curriculum: The Arts * Delivers a flexible approach to meet the needs of students from the introductory years 7-8 to elective years 9-10 * Begins with an introductory chapter that covers safety and basic art techniques * Presents graded and carefully sequenced units that integrate Making and Responding strands * Provides step-by-step instructions for students' own artwork * Presents a wide range of artists and their practices across traditional, contemporary, ATSI and Asian sources Artwise: Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum 7-10 eBookPLUS is an electronic version of the textbook and a complementary set of targeted digital resources.
The eBookPLUS features: * video interviews with featured artists * weblinks * self-reflection activities * interactive vocabulary builders * eLessons that pair interviews with related worksheets These flexible and engaging ICT activities are available online at the JacarandaPLUS website (www.jacplus.com.au).
CHAPTER 1 Unit 1 Portraits Ben Quilty Tim Storrier Albrecht Durer Cherry Hood Pablo Picasso Gustav Klimt Darren Sylvester Del Kathryn Del Barton Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Annette Bezor student artists Unit 2 The figure -- representing society Polykeitos Raphael Neil Haddon Locust Jones Banksy Baden Pailthorpe Unit 3 The figure -- other approaches: Laith McGregor Sopheap Pich Juan Ford student artist CHAPTER 2 Unit 1 Family: Salvatore Zofrea Barbara Hanrahan Matt Calvert Charles Blackman David Bromley student artist Unit 2 Heroes and celebrities: Andy Warhol Anthony Bennett Tsukiola Yoshitoshi student artist Unit 3 Life events and social issues: David Rosetzky Darren Sylvester Alberto Giacometti Dadang Christanto Bui Cong Khanh Damien Hirst Tiwi artists student artist CHAPTER 3 Unit 1: Insects and flora: Nicholas Blowers Charwei Tsai Fiona Hall Tim Maguire Georgia O'Keefe student artists Unit 2: Birds and animals: Michael Riley Richard Allen Craig Waddell Peter Cooley Sam Leach Marian Drew student artists Unit 3: Sculpting nature: Fiona Hall Bronwyn Oliver CHAPTER 4 Unit 1: The sea and marine life weather: Joseph Mallord William Turner Raoul Dufy Jasper Knight Cy Twombly Fujiko Nakaya Minam Apang student artist Unit 2: Man versus Nature: Qiu Anxiong Giacomo Costa Andrew Browne Huang Yan Toyo Ito CHAPTER 5 Unit 1 Buildings and interiors: Maurice de Vlaminck Andre Derain Howard Arkley Darren Wardle Frank Gehry Jasper Knight Jeffrey Smart Johanna Lamb Song Dong student artists Unit 2 Objects -- still life: Margaret Olley Margaret Preston Robyn Stacey Andreas Gursky David Bowers student artists Unit 3 Objects and perception -- reality versus illusion: Rene Magritte Jeff Koons Alexander Seton Ernesto Neto Philip Beesley student artists CHAPTER 6 Unit 1 Colour: Paul Gauguin Vincent van Gogh Nyapanyapa Yunupingu Grace Cossington Smith Aida Tomescu Matthew Johnson Mavis Ngallametta student artists Unit 2 Light: Claude Monet Caravaggio Olarfur Eliasson Anish kapoor James Turrell Unit 3 Text: Rosalie Gascoigne Imants Tillers Jean-Michel Basquiat Michael Lindema student artist CHAPTER 7 Unit 1: Personal symbols and designs: Nancy Pettyarre Rover Thomas Yayoi Kusama Alasdair Macintyre student artists Unit 2: Cultural identity: Tom Roberts Gerry Wedd Guan Wei Vernon Ah Kee Daniel Boyd CHAPTER 8 Unit 1: Art and time: Daniel Crooks Shaun Gladwell Michaela Gleave Cai Guo-Qiang Christian Marclay
- : 9781118606247
- : John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd
- : Jacaranda Wiley, Australia
- : Contains Online resource
- : 1.104
- : September 2013
- : Australia
- : books
- : Glenis Israel
- : Paperback
- : 1
- : 312