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Week 8

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Week 8

  1. 1. Wednesday Do Now Pattern is the repetition of an element in a work of art. Describe how Kyle is using pattern in this image to make the image interesting. Standard 1.1 CLO: Students will explain in writing how Kyle Thompson is using pattern in his photograph by using declarative sentences .
  2. 2. Wednesday Share with your neighbor your answers. Be ready to share out to class. Standard 1.1 CLO: Students will explain in writing how Kyle Thompson is using pattern in his photograph by using declarative sentences .
  3. 3. Follow it up: Pattern in selfies
  4. 4. Self timer basics • Set up your shot first, imagine where you will be. • Use an object to take your place with you focus. • Take the image many times.
  5. 5. Wednesday Exit Ticket Write 3 ideas you have for including pattern in your Selfie OR what you may have already tried. 1. 2. 3.
  6. 6. Thursday Do Now What aperture do you think Kyle using in this image? How do you know or why do you think that? Standard 2.1 CLO: Students will identify in writing the correct aperture in a photograph, then justify their belief using comparative adjectives.
  7. 7. Follow it up: Aperture Share out your guess of aperture for each image and WHY you think so.
  8. 8. Thursday Exit Describe how aperture changes an image: Describe 2 images you would make for your Selfie project that would use different apertures: 1. 2.
  9. 9. Friday Do Now Using casual language, discuss your opinion of this image. What do you like specifically? What do you think it means? Standard 3.3 CLO: Students will evaluate in writing the photograph to express their opinion of the work using complex sentences.
  10. 10. Follow it up: Share out of opinions Sentence Starters: I think Kyle made this image to talk about…. I like this image because I like how …… I don’t like this image because I think that….. I think that Kyle could have made it better by…… Descriptive language: Beautiful, delicate, hard, sharp, intense, loose, magical, realistic, mysterious, etc
  11. 11. Extension: Magritte • Artist: Rene Magritte • Completion Date: 1964 • Place of Creation: Belgium • Style: Surrealism • Genre: self-portrait
  12. 12. Friday Exit Describe how you could imitate one of these paintings for your Selfie: 1.
  13. 13. Wednesday Do Now Describe this image in one sentence. Then discuss what you think this image means or is about, what is Gabriel trying to show us or make us think/feel? Standard 2.3 CLO: Students will describe and evaluate in writing a work by Gabriel Moreno in order to render judgment on the work by using abstract nouns .
  14. 14. Thursday Do Now Artists are influenced by historical works.; consider this information: The red string of fate, also referred to as the red thread of destiny, red thread of fate, and other variants, is an East Asian belief originating from Chinese legend and is also used in Japanese legend. According to this myth, the gods tie a red cord around the ankles of those that are to meet one another in a certain situation or help each other in a certain way. Standard 1.2 Does the knowledge of what the red string might mean change the way you see the work? Explain what the work might mean now, including this new piece of information. CLO: Students will describe the impact of a historical icon in contemporary work using declarative sentences. a. vocabulary box b. sentence starters
  15. 15. Friday Do Now Gabriel Moreno is an illustrator, someone who makes artwork to sell something or for a client. How does this image fit with this product? How does it help sell the product? Acqua Colonia is perfume. Standard 1.3 CLO: Students will evaluate in writing the use of Gabriel’s art in an advertisement using complex sentences and increasing specificity. a. vocabulary box b. sentence starters

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