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CALENDRIER

UNIVERSITAIRE

ANNUEL

2017-‐2018

adopté

par

le

Conseil

d'Université

du

15

Juin

2017

Plan

de

communication

sur

la

plate-‐forme

de

préinscription

et

organisation

de
la

rentrée

et

formation

des

doctorants

pour

l'accompagnement

des

nouveaux

bacheliers:
Du

05/06

au

25/06/2017

Semaine

du

Semaine

Vacances

DUT

LEF

LP

Master

Ingénieur
Doctorat

en

Médecine

et

Doctorat

en

Médecine

dentaire

Pharmacie

Concours

National

Commun

CNC'17

Epreuves

d’admissibilité

Ecrit

Du

18/05

au

24/05/2017

mai-‐17
Aid

Al

Fitr

(2j)

25

&

26/06/2017

Pré-‐inscription

en

ligne

Du

01/06

au

30/06/2017

Pré-‐inscription

en

ligne

Etudes

médicales

(Bac

Marocain)

Du
01/06

au

30/06/2017

(Bac

français)

Du

01/06

au

11/07/2017

Pré-‐inscription

en

ligne

du

19/06

au

16/07/2017
Pré-‐inscription

en

ligne

Du

26/06

au

28/07/2017

juin-‐17

Pré-‐inscription

en

ligne

Etudes

Dentaires

(Bac

Marocain)

Du

01/06
au

30/06/2017

(Bac

français)

Du

01/06

au

11/07/2017

Etudes

pharmaceutiques
Bac

Du

01/06

au

30/06/2017

Passerelle

DEUG

Du

19/06

au

21/07/2017

Inscription

administrative
Du

17

au

29

juillet

2017

Résultat

des

listes

principales

et

d'attente

27

/07/2017

juillet-‐17

Réinscription

des

anciens

Du

10

au
29/07/2017

Concours

National

Commun

CNC'17

Epreuves

d’admissibilité

Oral

Afchage

des

listes

des

candidats

présélectionnés
Du

0/07

au

15/07/2017

.
Organisation

des

épreuves

écrites

et/ou

Afectation

des

candidats

dans

les

écoles

orales
d’ingénieurs
A

partir

du

24/07/2017

Afchage

des

résultats

des

candidats

retenus

Passerelle

DEUG

Du

17/07

au

09/09/2017

ENSIAS
:

13/07/2017

Concours

d'accès

aux

études

médicales

27/07/2017
Concours

d'accès

aux

études

dentaire

28/07/2017

Concours

d'accès

aux

études

pharmaceutiques

1ère

année

29/07/2017

EMI

14/07/2017

Suite

Réinscription
des

anciens

Du

22

au

30/08/2017

Aout

2017

Aid

El

Adha

(4

jours)

Vendredi

01/09

au

04/09/2017

01/09/17

SESSION

D'AUTOMNE
:

Du

11

Septembre

2017

au

20

Janvier

2018

Suite

des

inscriptions

des

nouveaux

bacheliers
Suite

des
épreuves

écrites

et

orales

et

afchage

des

du

05/09

au

07/09/2017
résultats

es
candidats

retenus

04/09/17 AS0

11/09/17 AS1

18/09/17 AS2

25/09/17 AS3

02/10/17 AS4

09/10/17 AS5

16/10/17 AS6

23/10/17 AS7

30/10/17 AS8

06/11/17 AS9

13/11/17 AS10

20/11/17 AS11

27/11/17 AS12

04/12/17 AS13

11/12/17 AS14

jusqu'au

09/09/2017

Accueil
des

nouveaux

inscrits

Jeudi

Septembre

2017

Démarrage

formation

EMI:

05/09/2017

Démarrage

des

cours

ENSIAS
et

ENSET

11/09/

2017

Concours

d'accès

en

ème

Liste

d'attente

le

08

septembre

2017
année

pharmacie
Accueil

des

nouveaux

inscrits

06

/09/2017
11

/09/2017

Début

des

cours

de

la

session

d'Automne

11/09/2017

1er

Moharem

(1j)

Jeudi

21/09/2017

Contrôles

Continus

Marche

verte

(1j)

lundi

06/11/2017
Independance(1j)

samedi

18/11

Aid

Al

Mawlid

(2j)

Jeudi

30/11

&

01/12/2017

Contrôles
continus

Examens

cliniques

(session

Novembre)Semaine

du

Semaine

Vacances

DUT

LEF

LP

Master

Ingénieur

Doctorat

en

Médecine

et
Doctorat

en

Médecine

dentaire

Pharmacie

Semaine

Préparation

18/12/17

25/12/17

AS15

01/01/18

Jour

de

l'An

(1j)

Evaluation:

Contrôles

Finaux

Début

corrections
lundi

01

/01/2018

Contrôles

de

fn

de

semestre

d'automne

Délibérations

début

rattarapage

et

lancement

des

réinscriptions

08/01/18

AS16

15/01/18
Manifeste

de

l'independance

(1j)

Jeudi

11/01

/2018

Examens

de

la

session

d'automne

Rattrapages

suite

et

fnalisation

réinscription

des

semestres
Examens

de

la

session

d'automne

Correction

et

déliberations

Vacances

de

fn

de

session

d'Automne

(8

jours):

21/01

au

28/01/2018

22/01/18

SESSION

DE

PRINTEMPS
:

Du

29

Janvier

au

28

Juin

2018

29/01/18 PS1

05/02/18 PS2

12/02/18 PS3

19/02/18 PS4

26/02/18 PS5

05/03/18 PS6

12/03/18 PS7

Démarrage

de

cours

de

la

Démarrage
de

cours

de

de

cours

de

la

session

session

de

Printemps
la

ession
de

Printemps

Démarrage

de

Printemps
Délibérations

de

troisème

année

et

Suite

des

examens

de

la

Démarrage

de

cours

de

la

session

de

Printemps

démarrage
des

PFE

19/03/18

Rattrapages

et

délibérations

du

semestre

d'Automne

PS8

26/03/18 PS9

02/04/18 PS10

Vacances

de

Printemps

(8

jours):

08/04/2018

au

15/04/2018
09/04/18

16/04/18 PS11

23/04/18 PS12

30/04/18 PS13

07/05/18 PS14

Contrôles

continus

Fête

du

travail

(1j)

Mardi

01/05/2018

semaine

de

préparation

14/05/18

21/05/18

28/05/18

session

d'automne

semaine

de

préparation
Evaluation:

Contrôles

Finaux

Début

corrections

PS15

Délibérations

04/06/18

Délibérations

Aid

Al

Fitr

(4j)

15/06

au

18/06/2018

11/06/18

Examens

de

la

session
de

printemps

Examens

de

la

session

de

printemps

Contrôles

fnaux

de

la

session

de

Printemps

Démarrage

des

soutenances

des

PFE

Rattrapages

fnaux
PS16

18/06/18

Soutenance

PFE

Rattrapages

et

fnalisation

des

soutenances

des

PFE

Rattrapages

fnaux Rattrapages

fnaux

Délibérations

défnitives Délibérations

défnitives

Délibérations

session

Printemps

et
Annuelle

25/06/18

02/07/18

09/07/18

Délibérations

défnitives

16/07/18

Cérémonie

de

fn

d'année

23/07/18

féte

du

Trône

30/07/18

samedi

30/07/2018

Légende:

ASi

Semaine
i

de

la

Session

Automne

PSi

Semaine

de

la

Session

de

Printemps

i:

16

Key Stage 2 Art & Design – Using Sketchbooks

National Curriculum:

Pupils should be taught to develop their techniques, including their control and their
use of materials, with creativity, experimentation and an increasing awareness of
different kinds of art, craft and design.

Pupils should be taught:

 to create sketch books to record their observations and use them to review and
revisit ideas
Using a sketchbook at KS2 helps pupils achieve all the national
curriculum objectives above. It is the key to each child developing
as an artist and designer. It is a place to:

 Develop techniques through practice and experimentation


 Develop creatively by making connections, exploring ideas and
learning from experience
 Gain an awareness of diferent processes through trying them out
and through failure as much as success
 Record, review and revisit observations and ideas
 Improve and master techniques
 Practice drawing to gain confdence and improve control in mark-
making
 Investigate, research and record fndings about “great” artists and
designers - allowing for both inspiration and critical thinking.
Includes copying work in galleries and museums
 Collect and keep found images and ephemera for future reference
 Develop concentration skills. Drawing forces us to pay attention
and to take full notice of what we are doing

Sketchbooks are:

Personal Even in a school setting, sketchbooks should be respected as a


private space, over which the child has complete ownership. There should
be no limits on what can be included; playfulness, experimentation and
risk-taking are all to be encouraged.

Children can use sketchbooks to draw their favourite characters, copy


from comics, draw from real life or from their imaginations. All are valid.
It doesn’t really matter, as long as they are enjoying their exploration.

Not right or wrong If you are giving feedback to a child on their


sketchbook work, please don’t mark it. If you want to provide written
feedback, use a Post-It note. Praise should be about the child’s
willingness to try things out, experiment and explore rather than the
neatness, perfection or resolution of their work. The contents of a
sketchbook are never right or wrong, but children should be encouraged
to self-appraise and refect on their sketches and ideas.
Note-taking should be encouraged and the sketchbook should be a space
where writing doesn’t have to be in whole sentences with perfect SPAG!

A space to work out ideas Artists and designers use sketchbooks to


plan their “fnished” work. They will doodle, sketch and make notes while
working out what their painting, sculpture or design will look like. Used
properly, children’s sketchbooks can help them in the same way to make
decisions about “fnal” artworks in whatever medium. Many famous
paintings, sculptures, buildings and fashion designs will have taken many
sketchbooks’-worth of drawings before the fnal piece is made. A
sketchbook should be a wonderful record of the process and development
of ideas – it’s a journal of the creative process.

Ideal companions for any trips, visits or special experiences Every


visit you go on with your class should include sketchbooks. Children can
record what they see, make notes on what they experience, collect
tickets, do rubbings – the possibilities are endless. They should not just
be used for “art” but become a habit that will help children take
ownership of their learning and experiences and have a record to share
with peers, families and teachers.

For teachers too! When you embark on using sketchbooks with your
class, why not get one for yourself too? Use it whenever you ask the
children to use theirs. Don’t be afraid to model mark-making and
experimentation – this will help the children. If you say “I can’t draw”
children will learn that this is acceptable. It’s not: if you can hold a pencil
and make a mark you can draw! Arranging those marks in ways that are
pleasing to you is something you can get better at – but only through
practice…Don’t judge yourself too harshly and enjoy playing with marks
and ideas.

Great for homework tasks Although the sketchbook needs to be a


personal space, you can also set exciting and challenging tasks for
children to do as homeworks, in class, in after-school clubs or rainy
playtimes. These can relate to any subject, topic or curriculum area, or be
purely for fun. See attached a list of ideas for sketchbook challenges.

Something to share Once your class has got up and running with their
sketchbooks, they are great for sharing and discussion. Children could
elect to share something new they have tried, an experiment they are
proud of, something they found hard or a task they enjoyed in their
sketchbooks. Small groups or talking pairs can peer review or children
can talk about their sketchbook journeys in assemblies.
Observational drawings

Observational drawing & cut-out observational drawing with mixed media collage
Observational drawing & recording a moment
Sketches for an illustration commission

Collage using magazines and art catalogues

Observational drawings
Sketchbook challenges

Observation

 Draw a member of your family watching TV or playing a game. Try and


include the chair they are sitting in and other parts of the surroundings.
 Draw your dinner.
 Choose a letter of the alphabet and every time you see something
beginning with that letter draw it. Fill a page with small, quick drawings
and do this for a whole day.
 Get a postcard of a work of art, a page from a comic or a book cover and
copy it in your sketchbook.
 Try this again, but turn the postcard upside-down frst. Compare the two
drawings (it is likely the second will be much better than the frst!!.
 Do a self portrait without looking at the paper – just in the mirror.
 Imagine you need to explain to an alien who can’t read English how to do
something simple like make a cup of tea. Draw 4 boxes on a page in your
sketchbook and draw the step-by-step instructions for the alien to follow.
 Draw the view out of each window in your home.

Imagination

 Draw what you dreamt last night.


 Draw a character from a book you’re reading.
 Draw the next scene in a book, flm or TV programme that you like.
 From memory, draw all the presents you got on your last birthday.
 Listen to some music and draw the shapes and colours you see in your
mind when you listen.
 Draw an object you own from memory (no peeking at the object when you
do this! then draw it from observation and compare the results.
 Draw yourself as an animal
 Draw a scene of your two favourite characters from diferent books (or
flms!, what would they be doing?

Experimenting with diferent materials

 Find scraps of paper like old envelopes and stick these in your sketchbook
to create a more interesting background to draw on.
 Cut out a random image from a magazine and stick it on a page. Draw to
make the image into something totally diferent.
 Use crayons to do rubbings of diferent textures you fnd on your way
home from school eg. tree bark, pavement, manhole covers etc.
 With collage the possibilities are endless. Collect interesting papers and
pages from magazines. Select a theme or topic and create new pictures
using a variety of collaged images. When using photos, it is worth cutting
these out carefully to make really interesting new images.
 Using a variety of pencils, pens, crayons etc. make as many diferent
types of line as you can on one page.
 Collect as many diferent types of font as you can from newspapers,
magazines and packaging. Copy ones that you like and try inventing your
own going through each letter of the alphabet and trying diferent things
out. Draw your name out in your favourite.
 Draw something you've drawn before (observational or imagination! but
with a completely diferent material

Resources – where to get sketchbooks and specialist art materials

The best place to get inexpensive high quality sketchbooks for school use is
Seawhite: http://www.seawhite.co.uk/online/

Good art suppliers include:

Cass Art (nearest branch Islington! https://www.cassart.co.uk/

Specialist Crafts http://www.specialistcrafts.co.uk/

London Graphic Centre http://www.londongraphics.co.uk/

Resources – books and online examples of sketchbooks

Drawn In by Julia Rothman http://www.juliarothman.com/drawn-in/#1

Drawing Projects for Children by Paula Briggs


https://www.accessart.org.uk/drawing-projects-children-paula-briggs/

Access Art – membership organisation for schools with resources and access to
artists http://www.accessart.org.uk/

Instagram: #tatesketchbook

Sketchbook Circle for art educators http://www.sketchbookcircle.com/