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Grade 7Welcome toTechnology Class!
ClassroomExpectations:1Respect (Yourself, your peers, your teacher, your school, the work you have to do)
ClassroomExpectations:1Respect (Yourself, your peers, your teacher, your school, the work you have to do)2Responsibility (...
ClassroomExpectations:1Respect (Yourself, your peers, your teacher, your school, the work you have to do)2Responsibility (...
What is the   differencebetweenArt& Design?
The Great 30-MinuteWanted Poster Design     Challenge
Create a “wanted” posterin which YOU are the one     who is wanted.You may use any resources  available. You have 30 minut...
Gallery Walk:Take a look at all the  wanted posters.Which poster has a  great design?
Was the task easy to   understand? Why or why not?
What were your expectations from theteacher or for the task?
What were your expectations from theteacher or for the task?What were the teacher   expectations?
The Design Cycle
Investigate•   What information needs to be on the poster?•   What am I wanted for?•   Who wants me?•   Is there a reward ...
Design• What should this poster look like?• What should this poster be made of – is it a hard  copy or is it digital?• How...
Plan• How will I go about fulfilling the design?• What tools can I use?• What materials are available to me?• Who can teach...
Create• How effectively am I able to follow my plan?• How effectively can I solve problems that I  didn’t think of when I ...
Evaluate• Does my poster do what it is supposed to do?  Does it work?• Have I included all of the important information  o...
Presentation adapted fromDamien Pitter & Kim Cofino
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  1. 1. Grade 7Welcome toTechnology Class!
  2. 2. ClassroomExpectations:1Respect (Yourself, your peers, your teacher, your school, the work you have to do)
  3. 3. ClassroomExpectations:1Respect (Yourself, your peers, your teacher, your school, the work you have to do)2Responsibility (Do what you have to do before you do what you want to do. Be prepared for class.)
  4. 4. ClassroomExpectations:1Respect (Yourself, your peers, your teacher, your school, the work you have to do)2Responsibility (Do what you have to do before you do what you want to do. Be prepared for class.)3Consider (You don’t have to like it, you don’t have to agree with it, but you are required to consider it, whatever “it” is being taught)
  5. 5. What is the differencebetweenArt& Design?
  6. 6. The Great 30-MinuteWanted Poster Design Challenge
  7. 7. Create a “wanted” posterin which YOU are the one who is wanted.You may use any resources available. You have 30 minutes to complete it. (Remember, design for a purpose)
  8. 8. Gallery Walk:Take a look at all the wanted posters.Which poster has a great design?
  9. 9. Was the task easy to understand? Why or why not?
  10. 10. What were your expectations from theteacher or for the task?
  11. 11. What were your expectations from theteacher or for the task?What were the teacher expectations?
  12. 12. The Design Cycle
  13. 13. Investigate• What information needs to be on the poster?• What am I wanted for?• Who wants me?• Is there a reward – if so, what?• What should someone who finds me do?• Who is the poster meant to be seen by?• How big does the poster need to be?• What do I have available to make the poster?
  14. 14. Design• What should this poster look like?• What should this poster be made of – is it a hard copy or is it digital?• How do I make the most important information the most noticeable?• How do I arrange all the elements on the page so they convey the necessary information and still look good?• What do the component elements of this poster need to be?
  15. 15. Plan• How will I go about fulfilling the design?• What tools can I use?• What materials are available to me?• Who can teach me to use the tools I don’t know how to use in the time given?• What will I do first, second, third etc?
  16. 16. Create• How effectively am I able to follow my plan?• How effectively can I solve problems that I didn’t think of when I was planning and designing?
  17. 17. Evaluate• Does my poster do what it is supposed to do? Does it work?• Have I included all of the important information on my poster?• Is all of the information clear?• Is the most important information the most noticeable?• Does the poster draw attention?• Was my process for designing this poster effective?
  18. 18. Presentation adapted fromDamien Pitter & Kim Cofino
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