Day 10 – Graphic Communications Day 8
I am out today with the Robotics Team attending the LHS Robotics Competition. Please follow along with the post below for your day’s assignment. I hope you all have a family/friend fun and relaxing Spring Break.
Last period of the day please shut down all computers for the break!
Today is a makeup day if you still have missing work. Email your Photoshop shirt file to me with having your design as an attachment. Make sure the file name includes your last name.
You may play on Cool Math if you have everything done. (only this site for games)
You can then use this time to work on the Tech Time Essay contest. Log into your Google Account and create a new Google Doc to create your essay. This will allow you to work on it at home over spring break. Here are the links for the Essay Contest.
8th Grade: Create an alternative program to safely and economically dispose of the e-waste in the United States. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70ln8dz8VYM
7th Grade: What new technology would you invent to track climate change and/or address the problems created by climate change? Why would this be important to society? How would you get society to “buy” your ideal product?
- Must have at least three graphic items on the shirt
- At one location the graphics need to be layered.
- Must have text added
- Must have one effect or filter used
- Must be your own work
- Can not be copyrighted, this means no words going through the image
- Be conscious of the amount of color used backgrounds must stay white.
- Activity Questions Handout (turn in when finished)
- Pencil or pen
- Student Handbook- Graphic Communications (green)
- Depco Studio
- Adobe Photoshop Elements
Clear Learning Target (CLT) I can at the completion of this day do the following:
- Use Photoshop with confidence, adding text, adding images, layering graphics, adding effects and filters.
- Understand a quality layout when creating a shirt design.
- Send an email that includes an attachment.
At the end of class make sure you have:
- Saved your work as directed in the student handbook.
- Logged out of your Depco Studio Account
- Logged out of your network account
- Put the student handbook and head set back properly
- Push your chair in when you leave