Textile Design

Objectives:

Students are required to develop and apply knowledge, understanding and skills, through integrated practical, critical and contextual study that encourages direct engagement with original works and practice. Students will realise intentions relevant to textiles design and their selected area(s) of study.

- Students will develop ideas through investigations, demonstrating critical understanding of sources.

- Students will refine work by exploring ideas, selecting and experimenting with appropriate media, materials, techniques and processes.

- Students will record ideas, observations and insight relevant to intentions as work progresses.

- Students will present a personal and meaningful response that realises intentions and demonstrates understanding of visual language. 


Year

Year 10

Term

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Unit

Component 1: Sustained Project (60%)

Theme: AccessArt Village 2016

www.accessart.org.uk

Developing contextual understanding and links to chosen artists.

Understanding formal elements and media experiments.

Collaborative project – with a REAL audience. 

Component 1: Sustained Project (60%)

Theme: Landscape/Cityscape

Continuation of AccessArt Village 2016 – Develop and further skills from the autumn term.

Developing a personal investigation and further knowledge and understanding of Assessment Objective1, 2, 3 and 4.

Component 1: Supplementary Evidence (60%)

Theme: Disguise

Present a personal response to the theme linking with contextual research, media and observations.

Complete AO4 in mock exam in December 2017 (final outcome).

Time

14 weeks

11 weeks

13 weeks

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AO1: Contextual Understanding

Contextual research:

Stephanie K Clarke, embroidery and applique.

Developing an understanding of art and artwork.

AO2: Creative Making

Taught workshops: Hand embroidery/applique.

AO3: Reflective Recording

Observational drawing, first and second hand, photography. Development of ideas.

AO4: Personal Presentation

Final personal presentation to be sent to AccessArt Village 2016 (December 2016).

AO1: Contextual Understanding

Developing an understanding of art and artwork – further knowledge of a range of textile artists drawing upon previous knowledge.

AO2: Creative Making

Taught workshops: Machine embroidery, dye processes / Shibori / embellishment / screen / mono-printing.

AO3: Reflective Recording

Observational drawing, first and second hand, photography. Development of ideas.

AO4: Personal Presentation

Final personal presentation (final outcome – links with contextual research –AO1, 2 and 3).

Personal investigation using the theme ‘Disguise’.

Develop independence in the 4 AO’s.

Support and guidance – teacher led workshops – Wet and Needle felting.

AO1: Contextual Understanding

Gallery/Exhibition visit to support contextual research.

Contextual research: Pupil choice.

Continuation of Component 1 works (Landscape/Cityscape) to be competed over the summer break, ensuring all work is completed meeting the AO's. Working/acting on teacher feedback.

Mock Exam (5 hours) focused time – working on a set piece of work. 


Year

Year 11

Term

Autumn

Spring

 

Unit

Unit 1: (60%)

Theme: Disguise 

Independent work to meet AO’s 1-3.

Complete AO4 in a mock exam (final outcome).

Unit 2: (40%)

AQA Externally set task – themes unknown (Jan 2017).

40% of final mark.

Candidates respond to their chosen theme and starting point.

 

Time

14 weeks

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11 weeks

3 weeks

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AO1: Contextual Understanding

Contextual research: Pupil choice from a given list.

AO2: Creative Making

Taught workshops:

Wet and needle felting/machine embroidery.

 

AO3: Reflective Recording

Observational drawing, first and second hand. Development of ideas.

 

AO4: Personal Presentation

Final personal presentation (final outcome – links with contextual research –AO1, 2 and 3).

5 hour mock exam – focused time (Dec 2016)

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Independent investigation on to the theme given by AQA in the Externally Set Task (42042).

Completion of Assessment Objectives 1, 2 and 3.

Assessment Objective 4 to be completed in the 10 hour controlled assessment.

AO1: Contextual Understanding

AO2: Creative Making

AO3: Reflective Recording

HAND IN Unit 1: (Rock and Romance and Disguise) 9th January 2017

Ensure all work is completed and a plan has been put into place ready for the 10 hour public exam.

AO4: Personal Presentation

Final personal presentation (final outcome – links with contextual research –AO1, 2 and 3).

Public 10 hour Exam W/C 1st May 2017

Please note:  Hand in for Unit 2 is at the end of the 10 hour public exam. W/C 8th May – subject revision/personal study.

Major Art, Textiles and Photography Exhibition July 2017.

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