All resources in Digital Photography in the Classroom

Photo How to Lesson Plan

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This is a lesson having students do a sequence of events making a peanut butter and jelly sandwhich using the verbage first, next, then and last. They will take photos to showcase their steps. This will be done in groups. My preview image is a public domain image found on publicdomainpictures.net 

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Media Object

Author: Melynne

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Video Book Report Lesson Plan

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A fun way for students to complete a visual book report using Adobe Express video maker. Not only is it more enjoyable than typing up pages of information, but the whole class can enjoy them as well. Students will be required to brainstorm as partners or a group and find creative ways to share the theme, characters, setting, events, and plot from the text through video format.Thumbnail image: "Library with Hanging Bulbs" Photo by Janko Ferlic (Unsplash.com)

Material Type: Reading

Author: Angela

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"As Classy as a Camera" (Learning about Similes with Photography)

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This is a lesson for introducing Similes with photography. Students will learn about Similes, then use photography to gain a deeper understanding and show their learning. They will take original pictures and borrow pictures from online to illustrate their chosen similes.They will be introduced to Wikimedia Commons, a great website for finding openly-licensed photographs. They will learn how to cite a borrowed photograph. They will show all of these skills by creating a web page through Adobe Express that shows their learning of Similes through 3 photographs, both originals and borrowed photographs. Thumbnail Citation: Kodak EasyShare M1603 Camera, by Greyfiveys, CC BY-SA 4.0, from Wikimedia Commons

Material Type: Assessment, Homework/Assignment, Lesson, Lesson Plan, Media Object

Author: Stacie

Getting to know you -- with pictures

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This is a project for students to create at the beginning of a school year to connect with each other and their teacher. Instead of using stock photos, students will take pictures, upload them, and place them in their presentation. Students will present their "All about me" presentation to the class. 

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Kenneth

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Parallel Structure Quotes

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In this lesson, students will learn about parallel structure and various types of phrases in writing, as well as how to use Adobe Creative Cloud Express to create visually appealing images that incorporate text. Students will apply these skills by creating images that use parallel structure and different types of phrases in their text overlays. The lesson can be done asynchronously or synchronously and in-person or online. It should take approximately 89 minutes. The author of this lesson is Dany Macias. The image is from Adobe Creative Cloud Express. 

Material Type: Lesson

Author: Danielle

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Responding and Connecting to Music

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This lesson uses mobile photography and film making to demonstrate responding and connecting to music.  This lesson plan is tied to the Utah Fine Arts Music Core and can be used in General, Choral, or instrumental.(This resource's preview image is:  musician-664432_1920 by Ryan Mcguire from pixabay --Free to use under the Pixabay license. No attribution required) 

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Jimie

Flat Stanley Revisited: A Yearbook Staff Photography Project

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This lesson is designed to help students in a yearbook or photography course gain knowlege and improve thier photography skills by putting into practice skills that have been taught previously using photographs taken by others. They will practice camera angles, position and composition techniques. Flat Stanley Visits Epcot, Experience Kissimee, CC 2.0, Flickr

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Kerrilyn

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My Plate

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This lesson is a great resource for a Health class when studying nutrition as well as Directed Study or Study Skill classes with life skills standards. The lesson engages students in creating healthy meals with the MyPlate guidelines, as well as has them practice their photography basic techniques.  Directed Studies Standard IL3 (Independent Living 3) Students will demonstrate healthy eating and my plate. Health Strand 5 Standard 6.N.1: Locate age appropreiate guidelines for eating and physical activity.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Assessment

Author: Moriah

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Shapes in the World

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This is a lesson plan that would be used at/near the end of a Kindergarten unit learning about shapes. Students will find shapes in the world and take pictures of them to share with the class in a presentation.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Carolyn