Teacher: Oouida Dorr Grade/Period: 10, 11, & 12 – 2nd, 3rd and 4th periods
3 Pictures that Describe You
August 26th – August 30th, 2019
Assignment: Students will turn in 3 - 8x10 – Color images in Jpeg format of three attributes that MAKE YOU - you. The images are due Thursday, August 29th and the Reading with Cornell notes are due on Friday, August 30th, 2019
Take a series of images ( 3 – 8x10 images due) of ways to describe yourself, 3 things that make you who you are… images of what defines YOU as a person!
Sub Objectives and State Standards/State PO’s Highlighted
Strand 1: Create – The students will create art/photography that communicates ideas, meanings, and/or purpose.
Strand 2: Relate – The students will analyze and interpret contextual ideas meanings, and purposes of art from diverse cultures and time periods.
Strand 3: Evaluate – Students will draw thoughtful conclusions about the significance of their own art.
Phase One: Do Now
- The students will produce a 3 print series of 8x10 images that describe themselves to the viewer.
- “The Hook” – Having the students be introspective, then share with a shoulder partner who they are through images and then externalize the thoughts with images.
Phase Two – Instructional Scaffolding
Bell work – Write 3 attributes about yourself (Kindness, Loyalty, Creativity, etc.) that make you who you are, tell me how you will take pictures that represent those qualities?
Teacher led Q & A, Demonstration of how to create these prints
Ticket out the Door: What attributes of yourself, really depict who YOU are? (Kindness, Loyalty, Creativity, etc.) Why?
Instructional Strategies & Activities:
T: (I do) Demonstrate how to create images, in a series of images that represent ME
S Will: (You do) Create 10 excellent photographic images that represent YOU
GW: (We do) Students work individually to create these series of images
Phase Three - Formative & Summative Assessment
Student assessment of personal work through display of examples and rubric
Phase Four – Practice, Apply or Extend Knowledge
Be able to work individually to produce a series of perfectly processed images
- Watch YouTube video on Self-Efficacy and Motivation
- Explore Self-Efficacy through PowerPoint
- Create a Criteria Chart
- Go over Rubric for self-grading
- Talk about the “If You Think You Can” Self-Efficacy Reading and Cornell notes
- Cell Phones and Computers
Modifications & Differentiation
- Peer assistance/tutor
- Direct teach to individual students
- Extended time for assignments