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  • WELCOME art of portraiture
  • PROJECT introduction purpose Introduce students to the basics of human portraiture. Enhance their ability to draw the human face with correct proportions and features.
  • ADDIE analysis target audience Middle school students with limited art experience
  • ADDIE analysis desired outcomes Get away from “cartoon” faces. Understand the basics of portraiture Successfully draw the outline of the human face and its features
  • ADDIE analysis constraints Students lack classical training Students exude bad drawing habits Students lack faith in their drawing ability
  • ADDIE analysis delivery Interactive Web-based lesson Interactive PowerPoint lesson WebQuest
  • ADDIE analysis pedagogy Encourage Active Learning Emphasize Time on Task Communicate High Expectations
  • ADDIE design strategy Legible and Visually Organized Navigation Provided for Ease of Use Presented in a Logical Format
  • ADDIE design instruction Cognitive Affective Psychomotor
  • ADDIE development design Storyboard Layout Interactivity
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  • formative Continual Review of Content and Functionality Target Audience Testing ADDIE evaluation
  • summative Students will submit a portrait for review ADDIE evaluation
  • PROJECT presentation demonstration http://www.slideshare.net/ ander2bc/the-art-of-portraiture
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  • survey http://surveymonkey.com/s/52LQL8c Art of Portraiture Survey PEER evaluation
  • findings All activities, tasks and assessments align with learning objectives and standards. Information is organized in a clear, logical way. The assessment appropriately assessed students’ ability to meet the objectives. The graphics and animation assist in presenting an overall theme and enhance understanding of concepts, ideas and relationships. PEER evaluation
  • findings All activities, tasks and assessment directions are written clearly. The project is easy to navigate. The project improved your ability to draw a human face. This is a valuable resource for teaching. PEER evaluation
  • This product successfully introduces students to the basics of portraiture. This product shows to enhance students’ ability to draw the human face with correct proportions and features. SUMMARY conclusion