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EngageNY Grade 8 ELA: Module 3a, Unit 1: Building Background Knowledge: Varying Perspectives on World War II
The three units in Module 3A focus on Japanese-American relations during World War II and use Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand as the central text. The lessons in the Unit 1...
Use this writing and photography lesson plan in your descriptive writing unit. Elementary and middle schoolers write and create a story line incorporating photos from Inspiration or their own personal photos. They experiment with...
Learners consider the nature of objectivity and subjectivity in photography as an art form by taking a class poll, discussing the results and writing a one-page paper.
Scholars learn to use digital cameras to take pictures of natural subjects. They will examine the use of digital cameras, how to download photos, and to develop a digital project. They take nature pictures and develop a Power Point or...
Photography is the focus of this 4-H photography worksheet. Learners examine the history of the camera, complete a photography service project, discover careers in photography, and determine their photography skill level. They complete a...
Three pages of photography activities will help your 4-H members work on the advanced life skill of "Communicating." Activities include a checklist of projects, a timeline of the history of the camera, a graphic organizer for reflection,...
Learners take ditigal pictures of any subject. Using Photoshop Elements, students organize and save their pictures. They edit the pictures using a Paint Dabs filter. Learners discuss their photographs and how photography influenced the...
Activate interest in photography with these beginning activity pages! Learners build their own pinhole cameras, fill in a crossword puzzle about camera equipment, complete a service project, and research careers. This resource is...
Students capture the industrial workplace environment through photography in this three day introductory lesson provided by Oregon Public Broadcasting. This lesson requires a field trip and photography equipment.
During the 1800s the United States was expanding westward; land was there for the taking. Kids explore how some early photographers used their photography to influenced the US Congress to save areas like Mirror Lake. They complete a...
Eleventh graders, after investigating and studying self, family, friends, etc. by taking pictures of their daily life, assess basic photography skills that reflect aspects of their culture. They review those aspects and write a...
Prepare your class for analyzing Civil War photography with this worksheet. Have your class research online about Matthew Brady as well as view several of Alexander Gardner's Civil War photos and read critical analysis of his work. Class...
Explore the big picture of digital cameras. The first of two videos on digital cameras shows viewers the components inside a simple digital camera. It explains in detail how a digital camera works and how the components are made.
Engage your class in photography with this series of activities! Beginning photographers research and explain elements of photography, camera equipment, and careers in photography. After the research portion, learners complete one of two...
Learners learn the technical sides of making a strong photograph and examine photographs used in advertisements. In this photography lesson plan, students study the visual aspects and dimensions of photos.
Students explore news photography skills. In this photojournalism activity, students examine photographs from newspapers and magazines and discuss the attributes of quality photographs. Students complete a webquest at the Kodak website...
Here is a great modern-day instructional activity! Two classes at once engage in this instructional activity about plants. They use video conferencing and digital photography to simultaneously observe and record changes in flowers placed...
Students explore visual arts by participating in a show and tell activity. In this early photography lesson, students participate in a hands on digital camera tutorial and learn how to take compelling photographs with the equipment....
Students identify the uses of common computer peripheral devices (printer, digital camera, scanner, LCD display). They incorporate technology into a research project or unit investigation. They work on sizing pictures and putting all...
Students investigate the changes of their environment by experimenting with photography. In this environmental observation instructional activity, students compare historic photographs of areas with pictures they have just taken....
Eleventh graders compare the artistic values of Terry Evans' photography with LandSAT images and other images made for purely scientific, government and commercial purposes. They consider the artistic choices made in aerial photography.
High schoolers research, using links to Kodak.com web pages and answer questions dealing with basic photography terms and photographic elements. They type or write out the answers. They share their finding with the class.
Read the story Amelia the Pigeon and discuss perspective. Since Amelia is a pigeon with a bird's eye view, use aerial photography to enhance your learners' understanding. Have fun connecting art and literature while talking about...
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