Collage

Encourages pupils not only to communicate effectively but to develop their interpretation skills of other people’s work.

This kinaesthetic activity asks pupils to represent their views on an issue or concept in a visual, creative and engaging way. It encourages pupils not only to communicate effectively, but also to develop their interpretation skills of other people’s work. Each group is given a relevant word, idea, issue or concept which they must represent using a range of provided materials. Such materials might include magazines, newspapers, sticky shapes, coloured card and paper, marker pens, scissors, glue and felt-tips.

Historical Events: First landing on the moon.

Each group is given a word, idea or issue which they must represent using a range of materials such as newspapers, felt-tips, scissors and glue.