In their CTE class, students will come up with an invention or new tangible product that is socially responsible to be presented to an investors panel. In their ELA class, after learning about pathos, ethos, and logos, the students will conduct a deeper analysis of an advertisement campaign, website, or article, and then use their learning to infor…
Students will produce two highly persuasive interactive advertisements marketing the same original product at two diverse audiences. These advertisements will be used in their final presentations and online blog presentation.
This lesson introduces new media and the power of using social media for marketing.
Students will create a plan utilizing new media to market an original product. Students will produce a blog describing their product details, company logo, and social media links promoting their product.
"Tell me a story" takes students through a journey of hands-on learning about storytelling through photography, graphic design, and videography. In these lessons, students will be taught key points in telling compelling stories then, challenged to use their creativity and critical thinking to demonstrate techniques of effective non verbally and ver…
When is technology too much? Students explore digital marketing methods used to customize the user experience and their effects on consumer privacy.
Students will view media (video and photo) to explore and understand storytelling, then create their own stories with words then with photos they take.
Students will learn about story structure and movie posters then create a movie poster and featuring their story.
Students will learn about how one photo journalist tells human stories through interview questions and photos. Then, students will replicate the same process to tell someone else's story.
Students will learn about designing rooms, and use photography and photoshop to create a "perfect room" that captures a glimpse into the story of their life.
How can the youth of today learn to celebrate diversity and human connection? How can our youth connect and empathize with others through shared experiences that transcend race, gender, age, and cultural boundaries? Our integrated project gives students opportunities to explore the way individual identity works within networks of shared experience…
Have you ever wondered what it would be like for an alien life form like Jar Jar Binks, Jabba The Hut or Yoda to land on planet earth? Have you ever wondered what they might think of human beings? What would they say about the current state of the human race? What would they write home about?
How are you connected to the living world? Come find out more about connecting at the cellular level while connecting with other cultures as well.
Students will explore the creation of their own identities through a digital imaging project that helps students express themselves while using learned composition skills.
Your family is the link to your past and the bridge to your future. Family is where life begins and the genes never end? Or do they? Come explore your family genes through the eyes of another species.