Photography Y10

Overall Curriculum Goals

1.       Students will produce a PowerPoint document with all their photo shoots and edited photographs.

2.       Students will annotate and deconstruct their photographs on their PowerPoint coursework.

3.       Be confident in understanding what they are taking photographs of and why.

4.       How photography can link to the working world. 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Topic Title: 

NATURAL FORMS

Topic Title: 

NATURAL FORMS

Topic Title: 

NATURAL FORMS

Topic Intent:

Students will investigate the functions of the SLR camera as well as artists, crafts people and photographers that link to the natural world. Students will progress through their electronic coursework portfolio over the 2 years on the course. Students will look at how they can set up photo shoots and how to edit using ADOBE Photoshop.

Topic Intent: 

Students will investigate the functions of the SLR camera as well as artists, crafts people and photographers that link to the natural world. Students will progress through their electronic coursework portfolio over the 2 years on the course. Students will look at how they can set up photo shoots and how to edit using ADOBE Photoshop.

Topic Intent:

Students will investigate the functions of the SLR camera as well as artists, crafts people and photographers that link to the natural world. Students will progress through their electronic coursework portfolio over the 2 years on the course. Students will look at how they can set up photo shoots and how to edit using ADOBE Photoshop.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Functions of the SLR camera.
  • Editing using Photoshop.
  • Manipulation of paper photography.
  • Annotation and deconstruction of others and own work. This will include analysing images.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Functions of the SLR camera.
  • Editing using Photoshop.
  • Manipulation of paper photography.
  • Annotation and deconstruction of others and own work. This will include analysing images.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Functions of the SLR camera.
  • Editing using Photoshop.
  • Manipulation of paper photography.
  • Annotation and deconstruction of others and own work. This will include analysing images.

Assessment:

AO1, AO2, AO3, AO4 – Each Assessment Objective is work 25% (18 marks each) for a total of 72.

AO1 - Artist investigation - Edward Weston, Lin Osbourn, Kari Herer.

AO2 – Experimentation with materials and techniques

AO3 – Analysing, annotation and recording ideas.

AO4 - Personal responses. This can be final outcomes or drawings/paintings and 3D work that students have created based on their own ideas.

Assessment:

AO1, AO2, AO3, AO4 – Each Assessment Objective is work 25% (18 marks each) for a total of 72.

AO1 - Artist investigation - Edward Weston, Lin Osbourn, Kari Herer.

AO2 – Experimentation with materials and techniques

AO3 – Analysing, annotation and recording ideas.

AO4 - Personal responses. This can be final outcomes or drawings/paintings and 3D work that students have created based on their own ideas.

Assessment:

AO1, AO2, AO3, AO4 – Each Assessment Objective is work 25% (18 marks each) for a total of 72.

AO1 - Artist investigation - Edward Weston, Lin Osbourn, Kari Herer.

AO2 – Experimentation with materials and techniques

AO3 – Analysing, annotation and recording ideas.

AO4 - Personal responses. This can be final outcomes or drawings/paintings and 3D work that students have created based on their own ideas.

Home Learning:

Students are asked to work on their coursework/online PowerPoint development at home continuously. This is to ensure all tasks that are started and worked on in lesson are completed at home. Students are able to access their coursework through Kingsnet, TEAMS and Padlet, this means work can be continued at home.

Home Learning:

Students are asked to work on their coursework/online PowerPoint development at home continuously. This is to ensure all tasks that are started and worked on in lesson are completed at home. Students are able to access their coursework through Kingsnet, TEAMS and Padlet, this means work can be continued at home.

Home Learning:

Students are asked to work on their coursework/online PowerPoint development at home continuously. This is to ensure all tasks that are started and worked on in lesson are completed at home. Students are able to access their coursework through Kingsnet, TEAMS and Padlet, this means work can be continued at home.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Students are introduced to contemporary artists and crafts people who are working in the United Kingdom and around the world in the creative industries.

Students have opportunities to go on trips during the course, looking at contemporary and modern artists who have inspired the creative world.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Students are introduced to contemporary artists and crafts people who are working in the United Kingdom and around the world in the creative industries.

Students have opportunities to go on trips during the course, looking at contemporary and modern artists who have inspired the creative world.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

Students are introduced to contemporary artists and crafts people who are working in the United Kingdom and around the world in the creative industries.

Students have opportunities to go on trips during the course, looking at contemporary and modern artists who have inspired the creative world.

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