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Art III & IV

Dates covered: 12/5-12/20

Objective:  

Students will know what graphic design is and demonstrate their skills in the photo editor programs pixlr and photoshop.

Guided Practice: 

11/27-12/1 – We will go through a slide show that will give examples of what is expected. Then each student will watch a few demonstration videos and follow along at their own pace to learn how to do certain things to their photos.

-Students will have a choice whether to create a presidential poster, social issue poster, or a CD cover\back.

-Each design has *to have at least 2 photos combined * has to have typeface *an interesting layout *original idea

https://naea.digication.com/erinmcginnis/Magazine_Double-Page_Spread/published

Quick Write: What are some things in our everyday life that is affected by graphics or graphic design?

Standards: P.5.VAI.1 Participate in the process of exhibiting personal artwork(s) (e.g., plan, select, promote, install, attend) P.5.VAII.1 Participate in the process of exhibiting personal artwork(s) (e.g., plan, select, promote, install, attend, mat, prepare, catalog) R.7.VAI.1 Describe aspects of works of art · perceptual influence · understanding of human experiences R.7.VAII.1 Discuss aspects of works of art · perceptual influence · understanding of human experiences · aesthetic characteristics R.9.VAI.1 Discuss criteria used when evaluating student artwork(s) and works of art in terms of history, culture, and aesthetics R.9.VAII.1 Refine criteria used when evaluating student artwork(s) and works of art in terms of history, culture, and aesthetics