17 super-useful starters and plenaries that can be used in Art lessons, again and again. Many have been designed to use in ANY art lesson and include recapping, target setting, art analysis, explaining processes and techniques, peer assessment and self-assessment. They stimulate discussion and can be used for discussion or a written response. Others link to frequently taught themes e.g. color and perspective. Each one is in the form of a slide that you can display on screen, meaning you are always super-organised. They are not printable worksheets.
These will make your lessons have a fantastic start and/or end every time!
Create a link to this PowerPoint on your desktop to always have starters and plenaries at your fingertips.
I can use these projected on my smart board. These will be real time savers for me!!!
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