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http://notandrawing.blogspot.com/2008/11/katharinebarton.html YEAR 8-MANDALAS + NOTANS Hand- Drawn Mandalas Paper Cut Notans WHY ARE WE STUDYING THIS? You will develop your prior learning in shape and extend this into pattern and symbolism. Recognising and creating pattern are innate habits for us as humans. Were also able to predict events or simple rhythms

because of our skills with patterns. Having a deeper understanding or consciousness of this, develops and extends our abilities in recognition and prediction. Especially when it comes to symbols and even learning languages and mathematics! Patterns are extremely prevalent in global cultures and history. Used not only to decorate but also as symbolic icons. As global citizens we should develop our appreciation and knowledge of such patterns. As always, we will be extending our written analysis and evaluative skills. HOMEWORK Homework - You are to create a hand drawn mandala using the framework provided. Look at examples and ensure your mandala is symmetrical and rotational.

You can use colour / black + white, but always use fine pens- NOT thick markers or pencil crayons. Your mandala could also portray actual images (like insects or flowers) Deadline- https://uk.pinterest.com/shelleywood83/8-mandalasnotans/ Student Work Teacher Example HOW DO NOTANS AND MANADALAS COMPARE? Learning Objectives

Develop our understanding of Notans and Mandalas. Develop our analytical skills. Learning Outcomes In pairs, research and analyse Notans and Mandalas. Compare the two techniques / designs- similarities and differences (present as a Venn diagram) Links- comment on, (3) relate / compare, (4) analyse, (5) ideas and meanings, (6) context, (7) evaluate sims / diffs, (8) https://uk.pinterest.com/shelleywood83/8-mandalasnotans/ http://www.deviantart.com/browse/all/traditional/? offset=24&order=5&q=notan+project NOTANS

http://tinyrottenpeanuts.com/easy-notan-pape tps://uk.pinterest.com/bjo5/ http:// hiddensilhouette.deviantart.com/ art/Notan-181590966 http://www.clipzine.me/u/clip/ 12597016722542645145 http://foreverconscious.com/the-healingpower-of-the-mandala MANDALAS

http://rebloggy.com/post/drawing-art-blackand-white-sad-hipster-inspiration-indie-b-wgrunge-creative-sk/75302032885 http://iced-vovos.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/ damien-hirst-butterfly-inspiration.html Referencing vocabulary Citation Appears in the text of your work, wherever you use a quote or incorporate an idea you have picked up from another source. Reference

Appears at the end of your work and gives full details of the source of your information. Works Cited List An alphabetical list of your references at the end of your work giving full details of sources cited within your workand gives full details of the source of your information. Appealing to multiple senses enriches drama (Ekman 7). That the audience should not only listen or look to a play might be

a new concept. The playwright Strindberg is the master of this. Strindberg himself experienced his surroundings () with all his senses (Ekman 6). Ekman explains how Strindberg plays with sight in his chamber plays (64). Ekman, Hans-Gran. Strindberg and the Five Senses: Studies in Strindbergs Chamber Plays. Continuum International Publishing Group, London, 2000. Ekman, Hans-Gran. Strindberg and the Five Senses: Studies in Strindbergs Chamber Plays. Continuum International Publishing Group, London, 2000 Gaiman, Neil. Neil Gaiman: Why Our Future Depends on Libraries, Reading and Daydreaming. The Guardian, 29 J an. 2016. www.theguardian.com/books/2013/oct/15/neil-gaiman-

Bibliography An alphabetical list at the end of your work which gives the full details of all sources which you have read even if they are not cited in your text. future-libraries-reading-daydreaming. Accessed 12 March 2016. Met Office - Weather. What Are Hurricanes, Typhoons and Tropical Cyclones? YouTube. 14 Nov. 2011. www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSx_gisp24w. Accessed 15 Sept. 2016. Adapted for Dulwic h C ollege Shanghai, November 2016 from: [email protected], University of Leeds,

library.leeds.ac .uk/ downloads/ 393/referencing_lec turers. http://www.easybib.com/mla8-format/painting-artwork-cita Next to the image... Title, Artist, Year Vanitas-Still Life with Flowers and Insects, Toru Kamei, 2008 (At the end of your essay / writing) Work CitedKamei, Toru. Vanitas-Still Life with Flowers and Insects. The Order of the Good Death, Caitlin Doughty, Japan, 17 Jan. 2013, www.orderofthegooddeath.com/mortality-meditationwith-artist-toru-kamei.

HOW CAN WE CREATE A MANDALA? Learning Objectives Develop our understanding of Mandalas, line and pattern. Develop our recording skills. Learning Outcomes Create a hand-made Mandala using the framework. Links- make images, (3) combine visual and tactile qualities, (4) manipulate materials and processes, (5 and 6) extend, (7) exploit the potential, (8) https://uk.pinterest.com/shelleywood83/8-mandalasnotans/ HOW CAN WE CREATE A

NOTAN? Learning Objectives Develop our understanding of Notans, shape and space. Develop our fine motor skills. Learning Outcomes Create a hand-made Notan using black and white paper. Links- make images, (3) combine visual and tactile qualities, (4) manipulate materials and processes, (5 and 6) extend, (7) exploit the potential, (8) https://uk.pinterest.com/shelleywood83/8-mandalasnotans/ HOW DO WE EVALUATE OUR ART WORK? Learning Objectives

Develop our understanding of the Evaluation process. Develop an understanding of our own skills, knowledge and practical performance. Learning Outcomes Use the writing frame to write an evaluation of all of the work completed this term. Links- comment on, (3) relate / compare, (4) analyse, (5) ideas and meanings, (6) context, (7) evaluate sims / diffs, (8) https://uk.pinterest.com/shelleywood83/8-mandalasnotans/

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