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K-12 Subjects
9 10 11 12

What's your Motivation? Art in CD Cover Design (CTE)

Students will research the motivation, influence and inspiration used to determine, create or select a particular artwork and graphic concepts used in CD cover design.

7 8 9 10 11 12

Understanding Copyright and Fair Use Laws (CTE)

Students will learn about the importance and reasoning behind copyright and fair use laws as they apply to Video Production.

9 10 11 12

Do your Own Thing: Creating a CD Cover (CTE)

Students will research music genres and time periods (50's-present) as a reference in selecting and modifying an existing CD cover artwork, or re-designing a new artwork concept for the CD cover of choice.

9 10 11 12

Careers and College Ready (CTE)

Students will begin to identify their skills and interests that they will use to assist them in researching career opportunities. Students will start a career plan, discovering the education needed for their desired careers.

9 10 11 12

Propaganda Poster for Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse (CTE)

Students will use glogster to create a digital propaganda poster recruiting students for their careers in a Zombie Apocalypse. This is lesson 4 in a series of lessons. This lesson can be used separately if you have already done a career research but it works best after lesson 3.

9 10 11 12

Know that Tune, Know Your Artist (CTE)

Students will research the influence musical eras had in the artwork and graphic elements used to design CD or album covers.

Media Credibility (CTE)

Students will learn media bias and credibility through the demonstration of analyzing websites and their content.

9 10 11 12

Got the Message? Imagery and Marketing (CTE)

Students will analyze and understand graphic design concepts and the elements of typography, color scheme, layout and design of each CD cover to determine how each component influences the intended visual message for the target audience.

9 10 11 12

Media Strategies and Voice Over Technology (CTE)

Students will learn what a broadcast is and how a VOSOT (voice over sound on tape) works. Students will learn how media uses different strategies to appeal to their audience. Students will create their own simple voice over about a current school issue or event.

9 10 11 12

Nutrient Deficiencies in Livestock (1 of 4)

ASC 5.1 Lesson 1 of 4. Minerals are necessary in livestock diets. This lesson identifies essential livestock minerals and deficiency symptoms. The lesson is a component of the UCCI Soil and Agriscience course Unit 5.

9 10 11 12

Mineral Deficiencies and Disease (2 of 4)

This lesson will further explore the relationship between required minerals and livestock health. The lesson is a component of the UCCI Chemistry and Agriscience course Unit 5.

9 10 11 12

Mineral Deficiencies and Soil (3 of 4)

This lesson explores the mineral deficiencies in California soil and how they may relate to livestock health. This lesson is a component of the UCCI Chemistry and Agriscience course Unit 5.

9 10 11 12

Identifying Nutrient Deficiencies in Livestock (4 of 4)

This lesson focuses on selenium deficiency in cattle and ways to treat or prevent the deficiency. This lesson is a component of the UCCI Chemistry and Agriscience course Unit 5.

10 11 12

Irrigation App Pitch

This is lesson 4 of 4. Students will be presenting and evaluating their apps for cell phones that will provide farmers with the opportunity to learn how different irrigation methods work depending on soil type.

Plow it Under: Tillage Types and Physical Properties of Soil

This lesson highlights the types of tillage methods commonly employed in agriculture and draws a correlation between the type of method and the physical properties of the soil.

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