Teacher: Oouida Dorr Grade/Period: 10, 11, & 12 – 2nd, 3rd and 4th periods Flat Keith Haring Photography
October 2nd – October 6th, 2019
Assignment: Due on Friday, October 6th at the end of class – 3 images that include Flat Keith Haring the Reading and Cornell Notes are due on Thursday, October 5th this week.
Objective: The Students will Produce and Photograph photographs images that include a flat paper character we are calling Flat Keith (Haring). The objective is to include this paper cut out in 3 images to insight humor in the viewer.
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.
3.3 Demonstrate work ethics and behavior
3.6 Practice the use of technology & techniques
3.7 Display elements of professionalism
6.0 Explore problem solving and decision making means
6.1 Practice problem-solving processes for a graphic
Phase One: Do Now
T will: Day 1:
- “The Hook” – Intro PowerPoint with of Keith Haring
- Bell work: Brainstorm with your shoulder partner about ways of including your Flat “Keith Haring” (Like Flat Stanley) in photographs to create levity with the viewer.
Phase Two – Instructional Scaffolding
The Agenda: Bell work -- Brainstorm with your shoulder partner ways of including your Flat Keith in images.
Teacher led Q & A about
Ticket out the door: What does a photographer have to do to create humor or levity in an image? Explain why?
Student assessment: Produce 5 8x10 photographs of that include Flat Keith Haring in them.
Instructional Strategies & Activities:
T: (I do) Show students PowerPoint on Keith Haring
S Will: (You do) Create and Produce 5 - 8x10 images that include Flat Keith.
GW: (We do) Students work collaboratively with a partner
Phase Three - Formative & Summative Assessment
Student assessment: Create 5 images that include Flat Keith
Phase Four – Practice, Apply or Extend Knowledge
- Be able to work collaboratively to design and photograph of something humorous
- Student assessment of personal work through display of examples
T: Display of completed prints
Group W: Classroom discussion about how to get humors photographs
Formative A: Ticket out the door: What does a photographer have to do to create humor or levity in an image? Explain why?
Final Objective: Create and produce 3 Flat Keith Images