Interactivity #4
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Jenna Turner
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Title of Lesson: Typographic Illustration
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Grade Level: 11-12
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STANDARDSSTRATEGIESTECHNOLOGIES
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1.3.8.D.2- Apply various art media, art mediums, technologies, and processes in the creation of allegorical, theme-based, two- and three-dimensional works of art, using tools and technologies that are appropriate to the theme and goals. NETS-S (1,4)Student- Take pictures of or draw possible subject matter. Create the piece by altering the image and adding text.Digital Camera,Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, Computer, Color Printer
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1.3.8.D.6- Synthesize the physical properties, processes, and techniques for visual communication in multiple art media (including digital media), and apply this knowledge to the creation of original artworks. NETS-T (5,6) Teacher- Demonstrates how graphic designers use color, shape, and font in their work in order to convey a message. Explains visual communication in media and properties of good design. Creates a powerpoint which displays advertisements that use color, and typography to help deliver the desired message to the consumer.Internet, Powerpoint, Projector, Computer
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1.3.8.D.1- Incorporate various art elements and the principles of balance, harmony, unity, emphasis, proportion, and rhythm/movement in the creation of two- and three- dimensional artworks, using a broad array of art media and art mediums to enhance the expression of creative ideas (e.g., perspective, implied space, illusionary depth, value, and pattern). NETS-S (1,2,4)Student- Uses color, contrast, line, and font to highlight the intentions of the piece as well as create depth and movement within it.Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, Computer
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1.4.5.A.2- Make informed aesthetic responses to artworks based on structural arrangement and personal, cultural, and historical points of view. NETS-S (4,5,6)Student- choose subject matter that personally connects with themselves, their interests, or their culture. Fonts are chosen to best represent the over all composed image and must be arranged accordingly Internet, Microsoft Word, Digital Camera, Computer
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1.3.2.D.4- Explore the use of a wide array of art mediums and select tools that are appropriate to the production of works of art in a variety of art media. NETS-S (1,3,6)Student- Explore using tools in order to gain a thorough understanding of their effects. Student researches different font types and explore testing out the different fonts to see if it correlates with their imagery.Computer, Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, Internet, Microsoft Word
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Lesson Plan by Jillian Donovan
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http://incredibleart.org/lessons/high/typographic_illustrations.html
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