Week of 1-22-19 through 1-25-19

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will work on Ch. 5 “Animation”. In Lesson 16, the students will be learning to import Illustrator files, use Adobe Illustrator with Animate, identify Symbols, create Symbols, import Photoshop files, edit a Photoshop file from Animate, edit and manage Symbols, change the size and position of Instances, change the Color Effect of Instances, use display options, use Blending Effects, export as Bitmap, apply filters for Special Effects, position in 3D space, and learn about the history of animation.  In Lesson 17, the students will be learning to examine animation in Animate, animate position, use Controller to Preview the animation, change the Pacing and Timing, animate transparency, understand Property Keyframes, animate Filters, animate transformations, change the path of motion, swap Tween Targets, create Nested Animation, create frame-by-frame animation, animate 3D Motion, test a movie, generate PNG sequences and Sprite sheets, academic planning, and how to meet career goals.

TEKS:  3Bii, 6Bii, 6Bxi, 10Exiv, 12Ai-xi, 12Bi-xii, 12Di-ii, 13Bi, 17Avi-viii, 17Biii, 20Cv-vi

Activity: The students will work on Ch. 5 “Animation”. In Lesson 16, the students will be learning to import Illustrator files, use Adobe Illustrator with Animate, identify Symbols, create Symbols, import Photoshop files, edit a Photoshop file from Animate, edit and manage Symbols, change the size and position of Instances, change the Color Effect of Instances, use display options, use Blending Effects, export as Bitmap, apply filters for Special Effects, position in 3D space, and learn about the history of animation.  In Lesson 17, the students will be learning to examine animation in Animate, animate position, use Controller to Preview the animation, change the Pacing and Timing, animate transparency, understand Property Keyframes, animate Filters, animate transformations, change the path of motion, swap Tween Targets, create Nested Animation, create frame-by-frame animation, animate 3D Motion, test a movie, generate PNG sequences and Sprite sheets, academic planning, and how to meet career goals.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Lesson 16 and 17

Week of 1/14/19 through 1/18/19

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will work on Ch. 5 “Animation”. In Lesson 16, the students will be learning to import Illustrator files, use Adobe Illustrator with Animate, identify Symbols, create Symbols, import Photoshop files, edit a Photoshop file from Animate, edit and manage Symbols, change the size and position of Instances, change the Color Effect of Instances, use display options, use Blending Effects, export as Bitmap, apply filters for Special Effects, position in 3D space, and learn about the history of animation.  In Lesson 17, the students will be learning to examine animation in Animate, animate position, use Controller to Preview the animation, change the Pacing and Timing, animate transparency, understand Property Keyframes, animate Filters, animate transformations, change the path of motion, swap Tween Targets, create Nested Animation, create frame-by-frame animation, animate 3D Motion, test a movie, generate PNG sequences and Sprite sheets, academic planning, and how to meet career goals.

TEKS:  3Bii, 6Bii, 6Bxi, 10Exiv, 12Ai-xi, 12Bi-xii, 12Di-ii, 13Bi, 17Avi-viii, 17Biii, 20Cv-vi

Activity: The students will work on Ch. 5 “Animation”. In Lesson 16, the students will be learning to import Illustrator files, use Adobe Illustrator with Animate, identify Symbols, create Symbols, import Photoshop files, edit a Photoshop file from Animate, edit and manage Symbols, change the size and position of Instances, change the Color Effect of Instances, use display options, use Blending Effects, export as Bitmap, apply filters for Special Effects, position in 3D space, and learn about the history of animation.  In Lesson 17, the students will be learning to examine animation in Animate, animate position, use Controller to Preview the animation, change the Pacing and Timing, animate transparency, understand Property Keyframes, animate Filters, animate transformations, change the path of motion, swap Tween Targets, create Nested Animation, create frame-by-frame animation, animate 3D Motion, test a movie, generate PNG sequences and Sprite sheets, academic planning, and how to meet career goals.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Lesson 16 and 17

Week of 1/7/19 through 1/11/19

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will work on Ch. 5 “Animation”. In Lesson 14, the students will be learning to create a new document in Adobe Animate, work with the Library Panel, work with the Timeline, insert Frames, organize Layers in a Timeline, use the Properties Inspector, use the Tools Panel, undo steps in Animate, preview their Movie, modify the Content and Stage, save a Movie, and prepare a project. In Lesson 15, the students will be learning to create shapes in Animate, select Strokes and Fills, edit Shapes, change Strokes and Fills, Animate Drawing Modes, use Gradient and Bitmap Fills, Group Objects, use Variable-Width Strokes, create Transparencies, create and edit Text, match the Color of an existing Object, add hyperlinks, align and distribute Objects, convert and export Art, and about careers in Animation.

TEKS:  3Bii, 6Bii, 6Bxi, 10Exiv, 12Ai-xi, 12Bi-xii, 12Di-ii, 13Bi, 17Avi-viii, 17Biii, 20Cv-vi

Activity: The students will work on Ch. 5 “Animation”. In Lesson 14, the students will be learning to create a new document in Adobe Animate, work with the Library Panel, work with the Timeline, insert Frames, organize Layers in a Timeline, use the Properties Inspector, use the Tools Panel, undo steps in Animate, preview their Movie, modify the Content and Stage, save a Movie, and prepare a project. In Lesson 15, the students will be learning to create shapes in Animate, select Strokes and Fills, edit Shapes, change Strokes and Fills, Animate Drawing Modes, use Gradient and Bitmap Fills, Group Objects, use Variable-Width Strokes, create Transparencies, create and edit Text, match the Color of an existing Object, add hyperlinks, align and distribute Objects, convert and export Art, and about careers in Animation.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Lesson 14 and 15

Week of 12/10/18 through 12/14/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

TEKS:  1Aiii, 2Aiii, 2Di, 2Fi, 3Ai, 3Eii, 3Hi-ii, 6Bxi, 13Ai, 17Av, 20Cvii

Activity: The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Independent Photoshop project

Week of 12/3/18 through 12/7/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

TEKS:  1Aiii, 2Aiii, 2Di, 2Fi, 3Ai, 3Eii, 3Hi-ii, 6Bxi, 13Ai, 17Av, 20Cvii

Activity: The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Independent Photoshop project

Week of 11/26/18 through 11/30/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

TEKS:  1Aiii, 2Aiii, 2Di, 2Fi, 3Ai, 3Eii, 3Hi-ii, 6Bxi, 13Ai, 17Av, 20Cvii

Activity: The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Independent Photoshop project

Week of 11/12/18 through 11/16/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

TEKS:  1Aiii, 2Aiii, 2Di, 2Fi, 3Ai, 3Eii, 3Hi-ii, 6Bxi, 13Ai, 17Av, 20Cvii

Activity: The students will be working on an Independent Photoshop project of their choice. They must have 20 layers, and it must include things that they have learned in lessons 11, 12, and 13.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Independent Photoshop project

Week of 11/5/18 through 11/9/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will work on Ch. 4 which includes Lessons 11, 12, and 13. In Lesson 11, the students will use guides to position type, add point type, make a clipping mask and apply a shadow, create type on a path, warp point type, design paragraphs of type, add a rounded rectangle, add vertical text, learn about careers in printing technology, and develop new skills. In Lesson 12, the students will learn to prepare an image for the printer, finalize an image for printing, check and correct image problems, hexadecimal values for color, learn about color management, identify out of gamut colors, adjust color and tone, convert an image to CMYK, specify color management settings, proof an image, save an image as a CMYK eps file, print a CMYK image from Photoshop, print to a desktop inkjet printer, recognize printing issues, review color modes, learn about psychological effects of color, and explore printing technology. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to explore the 3D environment, position 3D elements, print a 3D file, export a 3D object, and use communication skills.

TEKS:  1Aiii, 2Aiii, 2Di, 2Fi, 3Ai, 3Eii, 3Hi-ii, 6Bxi, 13Ai, 17Av, 20Cvii

Activity: The students will work on Ch. 4 which includes Lessons 11, 12, and 13. In Lesson 11, the students will use guides to position type, add point type, make a clipping mask and apply a shadow, create type on a path, warp point type, design paragraphs of type, add a rounded rectangle, add vertical text, learn about careers in printing technology, and develop new skills. In Lesson 12, the students will learn to prepare an image for the printer, finalize an image for printing, check and correct image problems, hexadecimal values for color, learn about color management, identify out of gamut colors, adjust color and tone, convert an image to CMYK, specify color management settings, proof an image, save an image as a CMYK eps file, print a CMYK image from Photoshop, print to a desktop inkjet printer, recognize printing issues, review color modes, learn about psychological effects of color, and explore printing technology. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to explore the 3D environment, position 3D elements, print a 3D file, export a 3D object, and use communication skills.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Lesson 11, 12, and 13 Exercises

Week of 10/29/18 through 11/2/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will work on Ch. 4 which includes Lessons 11, 12, and 13. In Lesson 11, the students will use guides to position type, add point type, make a clipping mask and apply a shadow, create type on a path, warp point type, design paragraphs of type, add a rounded rectangle, add vertical text, learn about careers in printing technology, and develop new skills. In Lesson 12, the students will learn to prepare an image for the printer, finalize an image for printing, check and correct image problems, hexadecimal values for color, learn about color management, identify out of gamut colors, adjust color and tone, convert an image to CMYK, specify color management settings, proof an image, save an image as a CMYK eps file, print a CMYK image from Photoshop, print to a desktop inkjet printer, recognize printing issues, review color modes, learn about psychological effects of color, and explore printing technology. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to explore the 3D environment, position 3D elements, print a 3D file, export a 3D object, and use communication skills.

TEKS:  1Aiii, 2Aiii, 2Di, 2Fi, 3Ai, 3Eii, 3Hi-ii, 6Bxi, 13Ai, 17Av, 20Cvii

Activity: The students will work on Ch. 4 which includes Lessons 11, 12, and 13. In Lesson 11, the students will use guides to position type, add point type, make a clipping mask and apply a shadow, create type on a path, warp point type, design paragraphs of type, add a rounded rectangle, add vertical text, learn about careers in printing technology, and develop new skills. In Lesson 12, the students will learn to prepare an image for the printer, finalize an image for printing, check and correct image problems, hexadecimal values for color, learn about color management, identify out of gamut colors, adjust color and tone, convert an image to CMYK, specify color management settings, proof an image, save an image as a CMYK eps file, print a CMYK image from Photoshop, print to a desktop inkjet printer, recognize printing issues, review color modes, learn about psychological effects of color, and explore printing technology. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to explore the 3D environment, position 3D elements, print a 3D file, export a 3D object, and use communication skills.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Lesson 11, 12, and 13 Exercises

Week of 10/22/18 through 10/26/18

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

The students will work on Ch. 3 which includes Lessons 7, 8, 9, and 10. In Lesson 7, the students will use Photoshop tools, work with Color in Photoshop, work wit Tools and Tool Properties, explore Photoshop Panels, and create Career Search Documents. In Lesson 8, the students will develop a strategy for retouching, straighten and crop an image in Photoshop, adjust the Color and Tone, remove imperfections with the Spot Healing Brush tool, apply a Content-Aware Patch, repair areas with the Clone Stamp tool, sharpen the image, explore a brief history of photography, do a real world photo restoration. In Lesson 9, the students will evaluate a photograph, measure light, recognize camera settings, explore bracketing, aperture priority or shutter speed priority, how to use the Rules of Thirds, careers in photography, and explain Fair Use and Appropriation. In Lesson 10, the students will learn how to make digital repairs, create a Hoax, public domain and creative commons licensed images, history is full of revisions, how to make a layer mask, and create a graphic design portfolio.

TEKS:  1Cii, 1Di-ii, 2Ai-ii, 2Bi-vi, 3Aii, 3Avi, 3Di, 3Eii, 6Bxi-xii, 7Di, 8Aiii, 10Ei-xiii, 11Ai-iii, 11Bi-iii, 14Bi, 20Civ, 20Cviii, 20Di

Activity: The students will work on Ch. 3 which includes Lessons 7, 8, 9, and 10. In Lesson 7, the students will use Photoshop tools, work with Color in Photoshop, work wit Tools and Tool Properties, explore Photoshop Panels, and create Career Search Documents. In Lesson 8, the students will develop a strategy for retouching, straighten and crop an image in Photoshop, adjust the Color and Tone, remove imperfections with the Spot Healing Brush tool, apply a Content-Aware Patch, repair areas with the Clone Stamp tool, sharpen the image, explore a brief history of photography, do a real world photo restoration. In Lesson 9, the students will evaluate a photograph, measure light, recognize camera settings, explore bracketing, aperture priority or shutter speed priority, how to use the Rules of Thirds, careers in photography, and explain Fair Use and Appropriation. In Lesson 10, the students will learn how to make digital repairs, create a Hoax, public domain and creative commons licensed images, history is full of revisions, how to make a layer mask, and create a graphic design portfolio.

Materials: Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications by Emergent Learning; Adobe Illustrator

Evaluation: Lesson 7, 8, 9, 10 Exercises