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  1. Photography in the classroom Summer 2014

  2. Protect yourself Make sure parents have signed a release that is included in the student handbook at the begging of the year.

  3. Rule of thirds

  4. Rule of thirds

  5. Rule of thirds

  6. Rule of thirds

  7. Taking good pictures • Top Ten Tips for Great Pictures • 13 Lessons to Teach Your Child About Digital Photography • Better Photos

  8. Photo editing • Photoscape • Free photo editing software • Download • Editing in Word or PowerPoint

  9. Photovisi • All about me • Reports • Preview upcoming units

  10. Big Huge labs • Book Trailers • Reports • Vocabulary • Create badges • Trading cards • Movie Posters • Student of the week poster

  11. Photostory 3 • Digital Storytelling • Reports • Field Trips • Book Trailers

  12. Lesson plans ideas • PBS Lesson Plans • Take pictures to indicate growth: August, December, May • Create a class rule book • Photographer of the week • Student of the week • Special activities, email pictures to parents

  13. Lesson Plans & ideas • Create stationary for students • Picture of the day • PowerPoint presentation for Open House • Scavenger Hunt • Reports

  14. poetry • Visual Poetry – TEKS – choose the appropriate form for his/her own purpose of writing; visually interpret text to create a presentation using Photostory • Students will read a favorite poem and create a PowerPoint slideshow depicting a visual interpretation of the images in the poem • Present students with pictures to write a poem that will be placed in a presentation. • Students will write their own poem and take pictures to illustrate the “feeling” of the poem

  15. Predicting and story writing • What is happening in this picture? • What do you think happened right before this picture was taken? • What do you think happened right after this picture was taken?