Drawing is a Class Act, Years 5-6 A Skills-based Approach to Drawing by Meg Fabian
  

Drawing is a Class Act, Years 5-6 A Skills-based Approach to Drawing

Written by Meg Fabian
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Part of the Drawing is a Class Act Series

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Synopsis

Drawing is a Class Act, Years 5-6 A Skills-based Approach to Drawing by Meg Fabian

Drawing is a Class Act, Years 5-6 provides a structured approach to the development of drawing skills. Using a skills-based approach to teaching drawing will raise standards in art and more importantly, pupils' self-esteem and confidence, which in turn will help promote high standards iin other curriculum areas. It is aimed at supporting non-specialist teachers, but more experienced art teachers will find it useful too. The book clearly sets out the progression of skills to be taught in Years 5 and 6, gives examples of how the skills can be applied and contains clearly laid-out lesson plans and examples of pupils' artwork. Drawing is a Class Act was Winner of Best Curriculum Material in the Global Learning Initiative Awards at Bologna Children's Book Fair 2006.

About the Author

Meg Fabian is an art specialist and class teacher. The books arose out of collaborative work she has done with a number of small primary schools in Devon

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
184 pages

Author

Meg Fabian
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications

Publication date

1st May 2005

ISBN

9781903853627


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