Texture Wall Hanging Unit of Work


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This texture wall hanging unit of work results in students making a wall hanging like the one pictured here.  Students explore texture and experiment with a broad range of media.  They research 4 texture artists. Ideal if you are planning a recovery curriculum after the pandemic.  This download includes:

  • A 20 slide PowerPoint (pictured above) that includes before and after photos and clear instructions for every stage.
  • A 6-page written unit of work with comprehensive teacher instructions for each stage.  Also, guidance for pre-project materials and resources preparation, materials for each stage, instructions for each stage, suggested homework tasks, self-assessment, extension task, how to incorporate art literacy, and ideas to extend this project even further.
  • An extension task texture-worksheet.
  • A self-assessment worksheet.
  • Letters to trace.

I am allowing 15 x 50 minute lessons to teach this in.

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Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

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  • Love it. Couple Questions.

    Hey there,
    I Love your lesson plan, but I am wondering if slide seven is missing something. I don’t see where you got the metallic look.
    Also, for the construction part, do you think my students could use paper clips to put the individual letters together and then hot glue a piece of rope on top for hanging, instead of metal wire?
    Again, great lesson and resources for the price.
    Thank you,
    Mr. Spurling
    Kansas Art Teacher

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    • Hi Mr Spurling, You are right! It was missing a comment about covering the card in foil. I will update the resource and email you the additional text that I have added. Thank you. Sarah

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