Final Artwork Reflection
Western Australian Curriculum Content Descriptions
Responses to their own and others’ artwork, reflecting on meaning using visual art terminology.
Australian Curriculum Version 8.3 Content Descriptions
Present artworks and describe how they have used visual conventions to represent their ideas (ACAVAR112).
Identify intended purposes and meanings of artworks, using visual arts terminology to compare artworks, starting with visual artworks in Australia including visual artworks of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (ACAVAR113).
Final Artwork Response Worksheet for Lesson Plan 13.
Students’ finished artwork.
Writing and drawing equipment.
Visual images of Sarrita King’s Ancestors artwork.
Display students’ finished artworks.
Reflect upon the project, its process, its intention and the influence of Sarrita King’s artwork on the students’ artworks.
Display the Final Artwork Response Worksheet.
Discuss Question 1, which requires a drawing of their artwork. As the artwork is three- dimensional, students will need to choose one view of the artwork to draw.
Students complete the drawing for Question 1.
Discuss Questions 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Students’ complete the Questions 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Regroup students, review the concept of “layers” (land layer and ancestry layer) discussed in earlier activities. Relate this “layer” concept to students’ own artworks.
Discuss Questions 6a and 6b.
Students complete Questions 6a and 6b.
For this documented project, Year 4 students required one 50-minute lesson.
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