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Pointilist rendition of a road sign for children crossing.

Strong design creates a memorable impression. These resources support students to use visual literacy for maximum effect when designing safe travel messages aimed at their own generation.

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Years 9-10 Visual Arts and Design

Students explore and express concepts of personal safety and the safety of those around them as road users. 

This resource focuses on design practice as students create artwork that is positive, light-hearted and educational, for road signs or posters.

Visual arts Year 9 lesson plans [DOCX, 171 KB]

Visual arts Year 10 lesson plans [DOCX, 161 KB]

Visual arts Years 9 and 10 unit plan [DOCX, 49 KB]

NCEA Level 2

Internal Assessment resource for:

Achievement Standard 91315: Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established design practice.

Students complete three tasks: research, generate resource imagery and design a website loading page, and develop typography for a home page.

The content for the website will support a hypothetical advertising campaign about vehicle safety for young New Zealand drivers. This is a Quality Assured Assessment Material certified by the NZQA.

Transformers: vehicle safety and visual arts [DOCX, 696 KB]

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