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Overview:
This lesson is created and intended for a Photography 1 classroom at the 10-12 grade level. This lesson teaches students about composition techniques to help improve their photographic compositions. Before teaching this lesson, you may want to review other easier composition techniques with your students (ie. Rule of Thirds, Angle of View, and Filling the Frame). This lesson is interactive, using Nearpod Presentations to teach the main concept. This lesson can be used in an entirely virtual classroom, or an in- person clasroom! It is flexible & fun for all types of learning! 
Remix of:
Lesson Plan Template
Subject:
Art and Architecture
Level:
High School
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Assessment, Homework/Assignment
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Date Added:
10/17/2021
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
Language:
English
Media Format:
Downloadable docs, Text/HTML, Other

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Angelica Barney on Oct 19, 05:26pm

Somethings I like about this resource are that you have provided a lot of resources for this lesson; not only for the students but for the teacher as well. You also included tips and warnings for the teacher. This will help the teacher be more prepared when teaching with your lesson. Well thought out and well explained!

An opportunity for improvement of this resource is providing at least one student example so that the teacher can share with students if needed. I was also unable to open the following file: Leading Line Printable Worksheet (Optional). I would fix that.

Something I wonder about this resource is does it really take students only one class period to fully complete the assignment or does it run into the following class period?

One new idea to consider in the design of this resource is putting all tips or warnings for teachers in the optional location when you edit. It will separate it from the regular/general instructions.

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Robyn @Angelica Barney on Oct 20, 10:26am

Thank you so much for your feedback, Angelica!
I went ahead and fixed all of these things that you suggested, because I truly feel that they were valuable suggestions.
I added Student Examples (and added symbols to any faces to protect student identity) & of course I fixed that link to the worksheet! I actually went and revamped the worksheet a little so that it could be used in a digital classroom as well.
I went in and fixed a lot of the photographs to make sure they were properly licensed, and no copyright issues.

I added in information about how you can use this lesson for 1 or 2 class periods, depending on the pace of your students. I also went ahead and put the tips and tricks for teachers in its own section!

Your feedback really helped me out a lot! Thanks!

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