Submitted by mgiltner on Tue, 08/30/2016 - 5:19pm.
Each week students will be creating a visual journal entry that allows them to explore the Graphic Design of others (specifically those published in magazines). Each week the assignment will be specific to the Project (Design Brief) they will be creating and that will be published on their weebly. They will also use the Journal to take notes during class lectures and demos.
This unit will help students to understand basic watercolor effects so they can create an artwork with the theme Power. Students will be exposed to artists who create art to communicate life experiences to influence society. The research will serve as inspiration for own artwork.
Students will learn that artists use many different techniques, styles and materials to make works of art and that in our society the line between what is considered art and what is not can be a rather fuzzy one. Student will then make an artwork using traditional or contemporary materials to show personal style in an artwork.
Submitted by AngieHArtTeach on Sun, 07/31/2016 - 11:21pm.
Students will learn about the history of typography then take that knowledge and working in groups, research a variety of fonts from their assigned decade. They will then chosen a font that most reflects that decade and recreate it using their choice of material to make a collaborative Decades Heading.
Submitted by JBussche on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 1:10pm.
Materials, items and hyperlinks are provided in the attached document to utilize after a story* has been established in class using the following structures**: Hay, muchach@, se llama, es de. This unit includes embedded readings, ideas for personalization and reinforcement of key structures.
This is follow up lesson after the first chapter in accounting. This uint covers covering how to analyze transactions into Debit and Credit parts. This unit is based on the use of South-Westerns Century 21 Accounting 9Ed textbook by Gilbertson and Lehman.
Submitted by JBussche on Wed, 06/29/2016 - 2:50pm.
Soy el mundo will allow students to use prior knowledge of names, places, and ages from unit #1 through reading biographical excerpts of culturally relevant Spanish speaking figures. These excerpts, describing people’s (dis)likes and physical characteristics, are authentic readings to enhance literature and grammatical concepts in 20 minute periods.
Submitted by KatyMaiolatesi on Tue, 06/28/2016 - 3:01pm.
This is a 3-4 day lesson on home/room vocabulary, and using the verb 'estar' with location. Students will be in the classroom to learn the vocabulary and grammar and complete some practice activities. They will be in the computer lab to complete a project using the website Gliffy. They will create their own floor plan with labels and sentences in Spanish.