Monday students will begin a Forced Perspective Project using devices or IPads.
Tuesday students will transfer their images to computers in the tech lab and begin editing their images using pixlr.com photo editor.
Wednesday students will continue to edit images and save them to their student ID folders.
Thursday students will write a letter of reflection to their favorite teacher at Barber and include drawings.
Friday students will paint their clay boxes.
Monday and Tuesday students will finish up their clay box projects.
Wednesday through Friday there will be no Connections classes due to grade level Field Days.
Monday through Wednesday students will work on their clay boxes.
Thursday and Friday students will read Scholastic Art Magazine: Sculpture Right Now.
A graphic organizer will be completed Thursday and Summary questions on Friday.
Monday we will finish Social Justice Art presentations.
Tuesday we will learn about hand building techniques and clay. Students will create rough sketches of a personal clay box to be built using the slab method.
Wednesday we will begin rolling out clay and using templates to cut out slabs. Clay will be stored in zip lock bags.
Thursday and Friday students will create slip to attach each slab to the bottom of their clay box.
Monday through Wednesday students will continue to work collaboratively in groups to create art work for their Social Justice Art presentations.
Thursday and Friday students will teach the class about their topics.
Monday-Friday students will be gathering any information needed for their Social Justice Art projects. This includes facts, images, etc. needed as visual aids to create art work in the classroom.
Due to testing, students will not be able to use their devices or computers in the classroom.
Students will be working in pairs on a Social Justice Web Quest Monday and Tuesday. LINK www.un.org/en/events/humanrightsday/2010/test.asp
Wednesday students will research one of the topics they found when working on the web quest. They will be collaborating on a work of art using a metaphor or symbolic representation of their topic to teach the class about social justice issues.
Thursday and Friday students will be brainstorming and sketching out their plans for their project.
Monday through Thursday students will merge edited images to create a new image. Students will use Pixlr.com photo editor to layer images to create their movie posters.
Friday students will complete a constructed response assessment for their project.
Monday students will begin editing their images they have chosen to symbolize their topic for their movie poster. Students will be using Pixlr.com photo editing app.
Tuesday students will continue to follow their rubric and edit each image using Pixlr.com.
Wednesday I will not see students in this class period due to the half day.
Thursday and Friday students will continue editing images for their posters. Students may begin to "create a new image" and bring each picture into Pixlr.com as a layer. All work must be saved to student ID folders.
Monday students will begin researching Georgia Studies topics about the Civil Rights Movement in Georgia. Students will choose from the topics listed on their Civil Rights Movie Poster rubrics.
Tuesday students will continue their research on their topic. Students will save all information to their Student ID folders.
Wednesday and Thursday students will use brainstorming skills to develop ideas for their movie poster. Students will save images to their student ID folders.
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