Writing about art is a lesson that helps develop student’s ability to write using subject-specific language and descriptively. Students write down their own key words, adjectives from a list and then write a paragraph about an artwork. The lesson plans includes detailed instructions so that the teacher can model this process before the students do this. This download includes:
I designed this writing about art resource to use with my A Level students (age 17) before they embark on the written element of the personal investigation. It would also be good to use with GCSE students.
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