Landscape Collage Unit of Work
This comprehensive unit of work asks your students to both draw a landscape and create a landscape collage where they paint their own papers first. (Of course, you could just choose to deliver the collage lessons only.) This unit of work includes:
This unit of work will take at least 8 x 50-minute lessons. Longer if you wish to extend the range of media that students draw with, and longer still if you wish students to take their own photographs.
The Landscape Collage Unit of Work provides relevant, inspiring and helpful resources needed to facilitate a student project on creating a landscape in collage. These include a comprehensive program to follow, a PPT presentation on collage artist Robin Brooks (complete with script), a great set of landscape images, various other resources and even an assessment Rubric. I’m planning to do landscape collages with my Year 10 students this semester and this package will be invaluable!
On a separate note, I had some issues downloading one resource and Sarah Crowther (The Arty Teacher) helped me through this process until my issue was solved. The quality of her after sales service is quite rare and just fantastic! I will be purchasing from The Arty Teacher again! All-in-all a fantastic experience 🙂
Gail from Perth, Western Australia
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