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Task Sheet

Date

Q4 Week 7: 23-29 May

Grade

2015/16 Grade 10

Subject(s)

Visual Art

Task focus

The Science of Us: Creating

Links:
Key Concept:

Change

Related Concept(s):

Innovation and Representation

Global Context:

Scientific and Technical Innovation

Statement of Inquiry:

Developments in science have changed what we design through art.

Inquiry Questions:
Conceptual:

How might science and design save lives?

Debatable:

How does Science and Art help you on a daily basis?

Factual:

Is science more important than Art?

Approaches to Learning:
Thinking Skills

(5W1H) Formulate factual, topical, conceptual and debatable questions

Self Management/
Affective Skills

(Growth Mindset)
Practise analysing and attributing causes for failure
Practise positive thinking
Practise dealing with disappointment and unmet expectations

GRASP
Goal: Present a 2 dimensional sketch to 3 dimensional object
Role: A 3D designer
Audience: Public.
Situation: You are preparing an exhibition with your peers.
Product: The product will be a 3 dimensional object

MYP Arts Objectives:


A: Knowledge and Understanding
demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the art form studied, including concepts, processes, and
the use of subject-specific terminology.
ii. demonstrate an understanding of the role of the art form in original or displaced contexts.
iii. use acquired knowledge to purposefully inform artistic decisions in the process of creating artwork.

B: Developing Skills
demonstrate the acquisition and development of the skills and techniques of the art form studied.
ii.

demonstrate the application of skills and techniques to create, perform and/or present art.

C: Creative Thinking
develop a feasible, clear, imaginative and coherent artistic intention.
ii. demonstrate a range and depth of creative-thinking behaviours.
iii. demonstrate the exploration of ideas to shape artistic intention through to a point of realization.

D: Responding
ii.

construct meaning and transfer learning to new settings.


create an artistic response that intends to reflect or impact on the world around them.

iii. critique the artwork of self and others.

Key Words:
Realistic
Material
Representation
Inspiration
3 dimensional
Artificial
Task Description:
Learners are to create a 3D model of an artificial human organ of their choice. The students
can use materials as they see fit, however they must create the basic shape of their organ
using wire-framing. The model can be submitted in either digital or physical format. The organ
should be relatively accurate in size and shape, the real life equivalent of the organ.
You will need to submit the following:
1. A life sized sculpture or digital render of a human organ.
Remember that you need to show your creative thought processes, using the process journal
to document and explain your artistic intentions.