Here are a few examples of some takeaway homework sheets that I have developed for Key Stage 3 Art and Design and Year 10 Photography classes.
I have found that these are a great way of setting homework as students are able to select a homework depending on how much time they have for it and what they feel like doing that day.
The Key Stage 3 sheets have a few more rules, such as students must select at least one hot or extra hot task a term etc.
The Key Stage 3 ones have been converted from Pages documents to Word Docs so I hope they work OK for you. The photography ones I can not convert so can be found in my Dropbox as Photoshop files should you wish to have the original editable versions.
To save the KS3 files right click on the link below and select Save As…
KS3 Monsters: MONSTERS Takeaway Homework Sheet YR7
KS3 Peculiar Portraits: portraits Takeaway Homework Sheet YR7
KS3 Pixel Art: Pixel Takeaway Homework Sheet YR8
KS3 Bugs: Bug Takeaway Homework Sheet YR8
Yr10 Photography Takeaway Homework Examples: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nig8puc2e3i5nti/AAA95iaOwFcb5YaD4ZSaQLela?dl=0
Each half term and end of term I set a school wide photography challenge, these usually consist of a set of 20 to 25 words that students have to capture in a photograph. I have found it has been a really great way to promote the subject across the school and get students thinking creativity during the break. Once the students return their images I have the head decide on a 1st, 2nd, 3rd and any highly commended images, these students (and sometimes staff) then receive certificates and prizes that are handed out in assembly.
Below I have added small selection of images that I have received from past competitions:
As you can see from my last post I am in full resource making mode now the summer holidays are nearly over I am trying to get my Department Photography Website finished. I am very nearly there and just need to complete a couple of pages.
I will be adding my class presentations, student work and their websites as the year progresses so keep checking back for updates!
The link is: http://pcornel4.wix.com/canburyphotodept
I have always found it difficult to mark lower school artwork, up until now I have just been giving comments highlighting the positives in the work and then the areas to improve. I wanted to try and find a better way of given more feedback to pupils, that would not give me more work/writing.
So I have developed two tables that can be stuck in to pupils sketchbooks and then completed by the teacher. The first one shown is for marking homework. The second table shown is slightly different and is for general classwork, I would stick this into pupils sketchbooks periodically to show them how I feel they are generally working in class. This would be used alongside my usual written comments on their artwork.
I have developed these from examples shown on this website: http://atlantis.coe.uh.edu/archive/electives/elective_lessons/electiveles8/grading.htm
Link to the files:
Homework marking stickers
Class work marking stickers