Week 11 W/B Mon 29th Nov 2021


C. Coultart 2010-2019

Year 9 Evaluation


Year 9 – ”War and Conflict”   Project        Evaluation


In your sketchbook, produce an account of the work you have done this term. Put a light background down on one page of your sketchbook. Write the title “War and Conflict” at the top and divide the page into five sections. In each section write about one of the different aspects of the project. In the lists below are some words and phrases you could use in each of the sections.


Section 1 –  Artists links: Write about the artists you studied in this project. Pablo Picasso (Guernica), Ken Currie, Kathe Kollwitz, Banksy, Faith Ringgold, Tam Joseph, Paul Nash

Figures    Distortion         Colour scheme            Expressions           Threat       Protest       Texture      Expressive Emotion                Fear                Sombre           Limited Palette


Paragraph 2 – Experimenting and Recording: write about what you did at the beginning of the project in class and at home and explain the techniques you tried out.

Pastel                 Coloured Pencil           Mixed Media                  Graphite Pencil        Charcoal                  Expressions              Shattered Landscape                Bombers          Gun      Tonal Range


Paragraph 3 – Developing: describe the ideas you had for your main piece

Sketching            Compositional studies       Selecting        Tonal Studies           Background               Format


Paragraph 4 – Presentation: how you set about making your final piece,

Sketching             laying out               composition                     Shading               selecting         order of work     cutting and pasting               finishing            researching images    


Paragraph 5 – Self assessment

In this paragraph write down how you performed in the project. You should write at least three sentences. Explain what you did well and what you think you could have improved. Explain what your favourite activity was. Were you pleased with your final piece? Why?