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Collins Cambridge International AS & A Level - Cambridge International AS & A Level Art & Design Student's Book

Author: Alan Parsons, Liz Macfarlane and Louise Arnould
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 18-07-2018
ISBN: 978-0-00-825099-7
Pages: 432

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Equip your students to be creative and reflective artists with our brand new course book, the only resource fully matched to the Cambridge International AS and A Level Art & Design syllabus. The book promotes understanding of the key concepts, encourages critical practice, and builds confidence in practical skills and independent expression.

Exam board: Cambridge Assessment International Education
First teaching: 2018 First examination: 2020

-The only course book on the market with full coverage of the Cambridge International AS and A Level Art & Design 9479 syllabus for first examination from 2020
-Guides students through the artistic process of observation and intention, context and concepts, development and refinement and audience and setting in all disciplines: fine art, graphic communication, three-dimensional design, and textiles and fashion
-Activities throughout improve students’ practical skills in a wide range of techniques
-Developed by an experienced team of teachers and practitioners
-Complete language support with key terms highlighted and definitions provided
-Dedicated sections supporting students through researching, planning, writing and reviewing their personal investigation as well as a practical guidance section at the end of the book
-Critical thinking boxes promote reflective practice in students
-Artist and designer features deepen awareness of contemporary and historical practitioners worldwide
-Materials, references and examples are drawn from a broad range of contexts worldwide, making this a truly international course book
-Suggestions for additional research to take students’ learning further
-Annotated student work so that students can learn from real-life examples