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11 12

Injure ME NOT! (PST-2)

(Lesson Plan 2 out of 4) This lesson is designed to inform teens on safety, worker rights and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards.

Talking on the Phone Professionally

This is to give information about how to best talk on the phone in a professional setting, including calling for interviews and answering the phone in an office environment.

11 12 A

Video Job Interview Practice

This final lesson of four will show how create the proper setting and environment for a successful interview. It will also show students the possible ways of dressing for the interview.

11 12 A

Email Etiquette

This lesson will show the important parts of how to write emails during the job search and once you have a job.

Professional Emails - Using Cc and Bcc

This lesson gives explanation and helps students understand the differences and uses for Cc and Bcc in professional emails.

9 10 11 12

Planning the Mask: Drafting Your Story

This lesson will teach students how to take a basic thumbnail or sketch and turn it into a finalized draft. This lesson delves into the reasons drafting a sculpture before building it can help students plan and problem solve. Student will also be given a front row seat to see how drafts and maquettes are used by Beth Cavner in her creative process …

9 10 11 12

The Hidden Emotion: Finding Your Story

In this lesson students will be given the challenge to design a mask using Visual Storytelling to portray an emotion that they keep hidden. Students will look at professional masks that were created using specific shape language, learn some tips in creating good masks and brainstorm a concept and design for their mask.

9 10 11 12

Making The Mask: Sculpting Your Story

This lesson teaches students the technical sculpting skills needed to pull off a visual story in a mask. Students will learn how textures are made using a variety of tools. This lesson also delves into 4 job opportunities for sculptors of the human face.

9 10 11 12

Visual Storytelling: Telling Your Story

We are bombarded with imagery and visual storytelling from the moment we open our eyes in the morning. These images and videos have been carefully crafted to make us experience predetermined emotions and react in calculated ways. This lesson and the activities in it will introduce students to visual storytelling and give them the opportunity to dis…

Photo / Essay

Combining photos and written work engages an audience in a deeper connection of subject material. This lesson's focal point is on story, both visual and written. Mixed together they create a powerful messaging tool.

10 11 12

"Spark" a New Story

Finding new, innovative and easy software to exhibit one's work is becoming easier and easier. Adobe Spark gives students the opportunities to blend a host of media with graphics and words to tell one of a kind stories for all skill levels.

10 11 12

Pictures of Us: Cultural Identity

Technology and the prevalence of connected devices enable advertisers to reach out to us individually more than ever. Companies spend huge sums of dollars marketing to us and because of a heightened sense of culture more and more advertisers are looking to expand markets based on cultural identity. This has led to both breakthroughs and controvers…

10 11 12

Your Story: Finding Cultural Beginnings

Even though we have to check a box that identifies us racially, our cultural identity is deeper, more emotional, and rooted within our community. But nothing is more held dear than our connections to our families. These bonds have impacts both on stories we create and how we color the information given to us.

9 10 11 12

Post-Production: Sound Effects and Foley, Making the Story Real (CTE)

Students will add sound effects and foley to a spoken story and instrumental music tracks ignored to make the story come to life.

9 10 11 12

Consonance and Dissonance: Creating Intervals for Emotions (CTE)

Students will learn about the connection between music and emotion and will demonstrate this by learning how to recognize and play different intervals.

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