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Published: 18/06/2019
KS3 KS4 | Writing
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Sculpture inspired creative writing

Use abstract sculpture as inspiration for imaginative writing. Students can reflect upon pieces of modern art, create their own sculptures and build stories around their pieces. Could be a one-off lesson or extended into a series of lessons. For use in KS3 or KS4.

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Look carefully at the following images of abstract sculptures. Use the following ideas to jot down your first impressions.

  • Think about what these sculptures are or what they could represent.
  • How do they make you feel – happy, sad? Why?
  • How would you describe each sculpture (the colours, the shapes etc.)?
  • What questions do you have about each sculpture?
     

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Tracey ColagrossiTracey Colagrossi
GCSE Paper 1 creative writing + cross-curricular project with Art. The students were able to integrate the practical hands-on art elements and then use this to inspire their stories. Worked a treat!
Thank you!
Posted on 2nd July 2019
dee browndee brown
i have not used it - it is not suitable for my students
Posted on 1st July 2019

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