Part of Lesson Plan: Use of LINE in Photography
Activity Overview / Details
As students enter the classroom, ask them to grab their notebooks, take their seats and observe (study closely) the images on the screen in front of the classroom. After everyone has had a few minutes to look at the images before them, ask "What do these images have in common?" The most common element in these photographs is LINE. LINE is everywhere. Now, let's take a few more minutes to look around at all the LINES in our classroom . Are you wearing anything with LINES? Are the LINES we see long and straight? Are they short and thick? Maybe they're curved. What types of LINES do we see? Ask students to write down the types of lines they see in their notebook. Each student will then share one of the types of LINES they found with the rest of the class. Make a list of LINES on the board in front of the classroom. Now we are going to take a closer look at LINE and see if we can find out more information about the types of LINE we have just listed on the board.
Materials / Resource
- LINE Power Point [ Download ] Presents LINE in its many form with supporting photographs as visual examples.