‘Drawing Eyes Home Learning’ is a four-page resource that asks your students to photograph their eyes and then draw from their photographs. Clear instructions and excellent visual examples give your students the support they need to work independently making it ideal for home learning. An assessment rubric is also included so that your students know what you’ll be looking for when you assess their work.
Our students all work at different paces but I would allow one lesson for photographing eyes and a lesson for each of the five drawings. The good example shown above, shows two drawings in pencil, one in black pen, one in red pen and one in coloured pencil. The written instructions suggest these media to your students but it could all be done in pencil.
There is a version of ‘Drawing Eyes Home Learning’ for the UK and USA to allow for variations in language.
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