Describing, comparing and inventing homes of the
past, present and future.
Speaking about art, our homes, prepositions of place and the future !
Take a look at this image by Richard Hamilton
What can you see?
How is it made?
When was it made?
What story does it tell?
How does it make you feel?
An interactive image map
Mr Kirrage is going to show you his signed original of another work by Hamilton
What can we see?
What do the two works have in common? What are the differences?
A Venne diagram
Use this Venne diagram printed on A3 to organise your ideas.
Here is an example of the ideas from one class on the whiteboard.
For next lesson, bring in as many old magazines, brochures and advertisements as you can.
Time to create your version. 2018 or 2038. You can choose.
Use this A3 perspective sheet to plan your work.
You might prefer to work with this printable isometric sheet.
YOU WILL PRESENT YOUR COLLAGE IN ENGLISH
- Use prepositions of place to say where something is. (Example: On the left in the background)
- Use “we can see” or “there is” to present the thing.
- Add an adjective to describe it. (Example: An oversize television.)
- Use “because” to justify your choice.
EXAMPLE PRESENTATION PHRASE
"On the left in the background we can see an oversize iPhone with a Netflix logo on the screen because in 2016 we can watch what we want where we want."
Prepositions of place, precise vocabulary, justifies with 'because', modal verbs... It's all in there!
Documents to help organise your ideas.
RIchard Hamilton exhibition (English)
Same EuroNews Report in French