This lesson has been created to use with a 6th grade class. The format is a genius hour format. Students will be choosing a topic on a current event and researching that current event. They will create an infographic using Adobe Spark that shows the inforamation they found.The graphic for the cover page was created by Jean Robinson using Canva.
This lesson plan teaches students about the habitats found around the world and encourages digital fluency by requiring them to explore digital resourses and create an Adobe Photo Page. First, students will question, discuss, view, explore, read, and research to build their knowledge. Then they will demonstrate this knowlege by choosing a habitiat, selecting appropriate photos, adding descriptive informational text, and providing correct citations to their projects. They will then publish and share their projects with their peers. Intro Image Citation:Nambia Desert Sand, By FuN_Lucky, PixaBay License https://pixabay.com/photos/namibia-desert-sand-dune-dust-2049203/
Over the course of a few days, students will learn to identify characters from stories. Students will identify a character from a book they have read. They will draw their character, take a picture of their drawing, and create a post in Adobe Creative Cloud Express on their character. They will then get to present their post in small groups.
This lesson is a shared research project for K-2 using Gale in Context on Utah's Online Library culminating in the creation of a class video using Adobe Spark. Students will organize their research on a topic/detail graphic organizer. Students will need to be able to read their own writing to provide narration attached to a copyright-friendly photo that is properly cited.
This is a lesson is a designed to help first grade teachers and their students learn about life cycles. It is a springboard into learning about other animal life cycles, how aniumals are not like thier parents, and the similarities and differences between parents and offspriong. This lesson uses Gale in Context from Utah Online Library culminting in creating an Adobe Spark project. The activities in this lesson can be completed in 30 minute sessions.
In this activity, primary/elementary students will learn to tell a story from memory, answering the big question: How can you tell a story with pictures and words? Students will be asked: “Do you have a childhood memory that stands out to you? Why do you think you remember it so well?” Building off a combination of Khan Academy videos and lessons, students will then create a story from memory and answer reflection questions.
This lesson is for K2 to learn animals vocabulary in Chinese. Students will take photos of animals at home or search photos online and then make a video by using Adobe spark video.
Students will take photos of polygons in the real world, find their perimeter, and present their photos and findings in an Adobe Spark creation.
This lesson is designed for upper elementary and middle school students where they will identify peripheral input, output and storage devices used within the computer information processing system. Students will take pictures and obtain copy free right pictures of these devices and organize them into an Adobe Creative Cloud Express presentation, formerly known as Adobe Spark. Thumbnail credit: “Computer with mouse and keyboard.png” by Hacker19374. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. You can view this image with the following link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Computer_with_mouse_and_keyboard.png
Whether you're sharing a stanza from your favorite poet or publishing your original prose for the world to read, Adobe Express will serve as your creative guide. Create captivating graphics that are just as beautiful as your poem. Explore poetry templates that you can customize to perfection. Then, resize as needed to share on any social platforms or printed format. It's as easy as choosing a template, customizing, and sharing.
Think of a quotation as a combination of a proposal and an invoice. Before offering goods or services, you might provide a client with a quotation to propose the services in question and layout anticipated prices and costs. Adobe Express can help you include your personal branding and creative touch in your next quote design.
This lesson is designed for first grade students. Students will create videos using Adobe Spark to demonstrate their understanding of long and short vowel sounds.
This lesson plan is intended for 1st grade students. It is a project type lesson for writing a personal narrative about what they did over the summer using Adobe Spark to create a digital story.
This is a lesson plan to have students write a narrative story about a time they were injured. They will then create a digital story from that paper using Adobe Spark. They will have five slides, five voice overs, and music to the slides.
This is a lesson about learning U.S. symbols, states, and flags using an Adobe Spark webpage to present material on a projector, computer lab, or individual student devices. Students will create an Adobe Spark collage, presentation, or video using textor audio with photos they took and/or copyright-friendly photos properly cited.
This lesson is meant to give students the opportunity to research and present their own findings on a Historical Figure in Utah by making a video in Adobe Spark. United States/Utah picture: This version: uploaderBase versions this one is derived from: originally created by en:User:Wapcaplet, CC BY-SA 3.0 <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/>, via Wikimedia Commons https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Map_of_USA_UT.svg
This lesson plan is designed to help middle school teachers teach their students create an Adobe Spark Page Western Expansion Timeline. The activites in the lesson can be completed in two class periods (45 min each). The lesson plan is created by the author (Jill Anderson) using resources from Adobe Spark and Creative Commons.