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Complete the tone grid started in class today to show an gradual increase in tone using neat line and linear mark-making.
Criteria
1. The first line should be completed with dots that double (but not always an exact number) as you work across the grid.
2. The second line is to be completed with loose hatches that double (but not always an exact number) as you work across the grid.
3. Third cross hatches that double (but not always an exact number) as you work across the grid.
4. The fourth line is to be completed with Zig-zags that double (but not always an exact number) as you work across the grid.
5. Carefully draw your neat linear marks to show tone increasing (getting darker) in the last two rows.

11882

Number the pages of your sketchbooks if you did not complete this in class.
Complete a collaged title page and include the key words listed in your project sheet.
Criteria
Criteria
1. Some of the terms listed on your project sheet could describe texture.
2. Title page could be painted.
3. Materials must be stuck to your title page to create a ‘collaged’ title page.
4. The title Still Life and Collage must be legible (readable

11874

Homework

Produce a drawing of a glass or metal object upon a flat surface. Use a lamp candle or light from a natural or artificial source to create a dramatic shadow. Use any medium for instance, pencil, pen, colouring pencils, make up, charcoal, chalk, pastels etc., do not use felt tips as these will discolour the other side of your sketchbook page.

Criteria
1. Show a light and sensitive use of line and linear mark making.
2. Show a variation of tone (light, shade and shadows) to create the illusion of three dimension.
3. Must be accurate (use positive and negative shapes as well as symmetrical horizontal and diagonal lines to when measuring parts of your object).
4. Show broken outlines where light interrupts the edge.
5. Must fill the frame on page 4.
6. Present your homework in pristine condition (clean and neat).

11854

Homework Remember you have a drawing test on Monday!

Produce a drawing of a glass or metal object upon a flat surface. Use a lamp candle or light from a natural or artificial source to create a dramatic shadow. Use any medium for instance, pencil, pen, colouring pencils, make up, charcoal, chalk, pastels etc., do not use felt tips as these will discolour the other side of your sketchbook page.

Criteria
1. Show a light and sensitive use of line and linear mark making.
2. Show a variation of tone (light, shade and shadows) to create the illusion of three dimension.
3. Must be accurate (use positive and negative shapes as well as symmetrical horizontal and diagonal lines to when measuring parts of your object).
4. Show broken outlines where light interrupts the edge.
5. Must fill the frame on page 4.
6. Present your homework in pristine condition (clean and neat).

11847

This homework was set last July if you were not on our school roll then do not complete this homework.

Select one of the following options. You may work either individually or in pairs.
1. Design a small-scale ‘obstacle course of life’ with various symbolic stumbling blocks along the way. This could be presented on a board using paper, marker pens, glue, any collage materials that can be stuck. Think about a snakes and ladders game (without the snakes and ladders or course) etc. Include sign posts, a wide and narrow road and other aspects discussed in the Bible Study.
2. Write a modern day story of what it’s like running the race of life (whether you’re running the right race, obstacles along the way, motivation for running, pit stops along the way etc). The story should be at least 400 words long.
3. Create a short play about running the race of life (make sure it’s different from what you’ve previously seen from YouthBytes). It should be edited and shown to the class and should run for a minimum of 2 minutes.
4. Write a song/poem or rap use a popular melody about: Am I taking control of my own journey; my running? What decisions am I making (like Joseph) or am I leading (like Moses) in any way on my own journey? What is my place in this race? What road am I running on?
Ensure that your response includes God helping you run the race.