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WORKING WITH PATTERN, This Scheme of Work includes. Individual lesson plans fully differentiated for both your SEN learners and G T pupils and including. key vocabulary lists with definitions, Resources including images and photocopiable worksheets where required. Lists of additional resources required from schools. Opportunities for children to benefit from looking at the patterns from different countries and how. William Morris was influenced by different art cultures. Children benefit from looking at the importance of Maths through patterns with printable worksheets There are lesson. plans for Key Stage 2 with worksheets where children can create their own designs using William Morris s methods forms. of creating patterns, This Scheme of Work covers the following Maths Units for Key Stage 2. Ma3 Shape space and measures, Unit 2D Understanding properties of shape. Unit 3B Understanding measures, This Scheme of Work can also be used for several other subjects.
ART DESIGN, This Scheme covers the following Art Units from the National Curriculum. Unit 3A 3C Evaluating and developing work Year 5 6. Unit 4A 4C Knowledge and understanding, Unit 5C Talking Textiles. This Scheme covers the following Unit from the National Curriculum. This Scheme covers the following English Units from the National Curriculum. En1 Knowledge skills and understanding, Unit 1G and Unit 1F. En1 Speaking and listening Group discussion and interaction. Unit 3A Unit 3B and Unit 3C, This Scheme of Work was developed using the Primary National Curriculum guidelines for Maths. www education gov uk schools teachingandlearning curriculum primary b00199044 mathematics ks2 ma3 updated in. CONTENTS OF PACK, This resource consists of three downloadable sections.
Section 1 Scheme of Work, Page 5 Working with Pattern Scheme of Work summary. Page 6 Lesson 1 What is a motif To be able to understand what a motif is. Page 7 Lesson 2 What is a pattern To be able to understand what a pattern is. Page 8 Lesson 3 What is a half drop To be able to understand and create a half drop pattern. Page 9 Lesson 4 William Morris s patterns To look at two of William Morris s methods for creating pattern i cheques. ii diamonds, Page 10 Lesson 5 Patterns from different countries To investigate patterns from different countries. Section 2 Printable Classroom Resources, Page 12 Resources for Lesson 2 What is a pattern. Page 17 Resources for Lesson 3 What is a half drop. Page 21 Resources for Lesson 4 William Morris s patterns. Page 26 Resources for Lesson 5 Patterns from different countries. Section 3 Power Point Presentation, Page 47 Part 1 Lesson 1 What is a motif. Page 49 Part 2 Lesson 2 What is a pattern, Page 56 Part 3 Lesson 3 What is a half drop.
Page 59 Part 4 Lesson 4 William Morris s patterns, Scheme of Work. Working with Pattern Scheme of Work summary, In this Scheme of Work students will explore. What is a motif, Creating your own motif, How a motif can create a pattern. Basic geometry using triangles, Different ways of creating a pattern. One of William Morris s methods of creating pattern. Building on Ma3 Shape space and measures, Building on Unit 2D Understanding properties of shape.
Learning objectives covered in this Scheme of Work. Lesson 1 To question observe and self assess their work. Lesson 2 To create and understand patterns using basic geometry and colour to develop their ideas. Lesson 3 To be able to create a half drop pattern using their own motif. Lesson 4 To explore two of William Morris s methods of creating patterns. Lesson 5 To be able to understand and gain knowledge about patterns from different countries. Topic Work Planning Working with Pattern, Lesson topic What is a motif Date. Foundation Subject Art DT Maths Class Y5 Y6 Time 1h Term. Lesson Learning Teacher Key Vocabulary Teacher Pupil Activity Plenary Resources Outcomes Evaluation. Intention Indicate the groups that will be supported. linked to Level and by whom, Descriptors, To be able to Write learning Motif Teacher led Students to Images from Pictures to be taken by. understand intention on Research Tell the children that today they are going to feedback on magazines teacher and students to. what a motif is whiteboard be learning about motifs A motif is a single their findings Scissors write comments about. image shape or symbol to the class Coloured their experiences. Put cards on each sugar paper, Students to give, table with key Show Power Point Presentation Part 1 Glue sticks. testimonials about project, vocabulary on them Markers. Questions A5 squared Success criteria, Where can you find different motifs Teacher paper I can understand what a.
to give examples where patterns can be found Power Point motif is. such as snowflakes or honeycomb Presentation, Part 1 I can observe evaluate my. Activity 1 own work and that of, Mixed abilities others. Write Exploring Motif in the centre of large, I can create a motif. sheets of coloured sugar paper Cut images, from magazines of motifs and stick around the I can conduct research in a. title group, Differentiation, Teacher led, Draw a square 5cm by 5cm on squared paper SEN EAL Highlight motif in.
provided then draw your own motif in it magazines, Give examples of shapes. Activity 2 e g star to create a motif, Mixed abilities. Children to practise by drawing a 5cm square G T Redraw motif to fit. then creating their own motif in the square box twice the size. Topic Work Planning Working with Pattern, Lesson topic What is a pattern Date. Foundation Subject Art DT Maths Class Y5 Y6 Time 1h 1 5h Term. Lesson Learning Teacher Key Vocabulary Teacher Pupil Activity Plenary Resources Outcomes Evaluation. Intention Indicate the groups that will be supported and. linked to Level by whom, Descriptors, To be able to Write learning intention Motif Teacher led Share Felt tip pens Success criteria. 2 understand what a, pattern is, on whiteboard, Start lesson by recapping last lesson on Motifs.
Recap on symmetry, sketches and, pencils I can understand and use. Recap What is a motif Reflection Questions techniques A4 coloured geometrical shapes. Half drop What do we know about symmetry used to paper lighter. Put cards on each table Geometry Child to discuss with partner Teacher takes create shades N B I can create and use different. with key vocabulary on Symmetry suggestions and writes on whiteboard as scribe pattern Triangle pattern patterns colours and. them Teacher led for both Activities 1 and 2 template to be geometrical shapes e g a. Tell the children that today they are going to be photocopied onto triangle. The following images to learning about pattern these sheets. be shown placed on Questions Resource, tables What is a pattern L2a Triangle Differentiation. Resource L2b Resource Where can we see patterns pattern template. L2c and Resource L2d What patterns are there in nature Resource SEN EAL Use 2 colours. What number patterns are there L2b Image 1, Child to discuss with partner Teacher takes Snowflakes G T Look at other patterns. suggestions and writes on whiteboard as scribe Resource that are not the same. After discussion show Power Point Presentation Part L2c Image 2 Use create additional patterns. 2 What is a pattern Honeycomb with more than 3 colours. Activity 1 Mixed abilities Resource, Join the dotted lines of the Triangle pattern template L2d Image 3. Resource L2a to form a pattern William Morris, Questions using symmetry.
What shapes have been formed from joining the and reflection in. dotted lines Brother Rabbit, Child to discuss with partner Teacher takes Morris 1882. suggestions and writes on whiteboard as scribe Power Point. Activity 2 Mixed abilities Presentation Part, Colour the triangles using 3 different colours to create 2. Look at how colours can sit next to each other and. can create a pattern, No same coloured triangle should sit next to. Topic Work Planning Working with Pattern, Lesson topic What is a half drop Date. Foundation Subject Art DT Maths Class Y5 Y6 Time 1h Term. Lesson Learning Teacher Key Vocabulary Teacher Pupil Activity Plenary Resources Outcomes Evaluation. Intention Indicate the groups that will be supported. linked to Level and by whom, Descriptors, To be able to Write learning Motif Teacher led Share Coloured Success criteria.
understand and intention on Pattern Today we shall be looking at What is a half sketches and pencils. create a half drop whiteboard Half drop drop Show Power Point Presentation Part 3 compare Felt tip pens I can understand what a. pattern techniques Children s half drop is, Activity 1 used to motifs created. Put cards on each, Mixed abilities create the in Lesson 1 I can create a pattern. table with key Draw the motif that you created in Lesson 1 in effect A4 paper using a motif. vocabulary on the first box of the Half drop template sheet coloured. them provided Resource L3a paper lighter, shades N B Differentiation. The following images Activity 2 Half drop, to be shown placed Mixed abilities template to be SEN EAL Provide motif. on tables Repeat your motif on rest of sheet photocopied. Resource L3b onto these G T Develop motif, Resource L3c sheets.
1 Example of, a half drop, L3c Image 2, Example of a. Power Point, Presentation, Topic Work Planning Working with Pattern. Lesson topic William Morris s patterns Date, Foundation Subject Art DT Maths Class Y5 Y6 Time 1h Term. Lesson Learning Teacher Key Teacher Pupil Activity Plenary Resources Outcomes Evaluation. Intention Vocabulary Indicate the groups that will be supported and by. linked to Level whom, Descriptors, To look at two of Write learning Diamonds Teacher led Student to Resource Pictures to be taken by. William Morris s intention on Cheques Show Power Point Presentation Part 4 feedback L4a Diamond teacher and students to. methods for whiteboard Show Resource L4d Image 2 Indian Diapers Morris on their template write up comments of their. creating pattern 1875 findings to Resource experience. i cheques Put cards on each the class L4b Cheques, ii diamonds table with key Questions template Students to give.
vocabulary on Resource testimonials about project, What shape is being used. them L4c Image 1, What other names is this shape called. Snakeshead Success criteria, Where can we see these shapes. The following Morris 1876, Child to discuss with partner Teacher to take suggestions. images to be Resource I can understand one of, and to write on whiteboard as scribe.
shown placed on L4d Image 2 the methods which William. tables Indian Diapers Morris used to create, Activity 1. Resource L4c Morris 1875 patterns, Give out to student s b w photocopies of Resource L4c. Resource L4d Power Point, and Resource L4d Children to find the diamond patterns. Presentation I can critically evaluate my, and then to draw the diamond net onto the photocopies. Part 4 own and others work, Activity 2, Give out to children photocopies of Resource L4a and Differentiation.
Resource L4b Children to create a diamond pattern, using their own motifs to form a pattern SEN EAL Give out the. Cheques template rather, than the Diamond, G T To join the motifs to. create an overall pattern or, investigate other shapes. that are parallelograms, Topic Work Planning Working with Pattern. Lesson topic Patterns from different countries Date. Foundation Subject Art DT Maths Class Y5 Y6 Time Term. Lesson Learning Teacher Key Teacher Pupil Activity Plenary Resources Outcomes. Intention Vocabulary Indicate the groups that will be Evaluation. linked to Level supported and by whom, Descriptors.
To investigate Write learning Research Teacher led Teacher to Coloured sugar paper Pictures to be taken. patterns from intention on Think Split class into groups of 5 then into write headings Markers by teacher and. different countries whiteboard See a Presenters See Think Laptops Internet students to write up. Wonder b Time Keepers and Wonder Resource L5a Images of comments of their. Put cards on each Countries c Researchers on whiteboard patterns from around the world experience. table with key d Scribes Teacher to which William Morris was. Students to give, vocabulary on them e Observer write influenced by. testimonials about, Allocate one laptop per group Put contributions 1 i and ii Polynesia. The following images images of patterns from around the from each 2 i and ii Indonesia. to be shown placed world on each table group under 3 i and ii China Success criteria. on tables these 4 i and ii Japan, Resource L5a Activity 1 headings 5 i and ii India Pakistan I can understand. Images 1 to 8 i Mixed Ability 6 i and ii Persia that there are. and ii of each Each group to write the countries in 7 i and ii Sub Sahara and different patterns in. the centre of a large piece of sugar North Africa different parts of the. paper Students to write headings 8 i and ii South America world. See Think and Wonder on the pre Colombian period, I can critically. corners of the paper Resource L5b Image 1, evaluate my own and.
Hammersmith rug Morris 1880, others work, Activity 2 influenced by Chinese art. Mixed Ability Resource L5c Image 2 Typical Differentiation. From research under the above Chinese flowery rug, headings students to write what they SEN EAL Give. Draw a square 5cm by 5cm on squared paper provided then draw your own motif in it Activity 2 Mixed abilities Children to practise by drawing a 5cm square then creating their own motif in the square Students to feedback on their findings to the class Images from magazines Scissors Coloured sugar paper Glue sticks Markers A5

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