Presenting Research: Art and Design GCSE
This book is an effective and invaluable guide to putting together a case study, something which can often present difficulty to students due to lack of confidence and lack of the necessary skills for the successful completion of work.
It starts by examining what a case study is and how to research, structure and present a comprehensive and successful piece of work. It goes on to work through four separate examples with workpacks on a painter (Van Gogh), a designer (Vivienne Westwood), an art discipline (African masks) and an art movement (Pop Art). Each workpack contains sections on contextual studies, objective description and subjective response, with worksheets on the compilation and ordering of information and its presentation.
There is also a section on both solo and group oral presentations - an area which is often a source of extreme anxiety for students. This section includes tips and exercises on research, structuring and the presentation skills required.
Cat No: 978 1 86083 637 4