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9 10 11 12

Lesson 4 of 4: Create The Solar System

This project is a capstone to the 3 previous lessons, Evolving Past 3D Primitives, Shape Creation With NURBS and Motion in 3D. This capstone lesson will guide students in using their cumulative skills gained from the previous lessons to create, texture, animate and render a scene with 3D software. Maya is a powerful program that allows the user …

9 10 11 12

Lesson 3 of 4: Motion in 3D

This lesson will guide students in animation methods with Autodesk's Maya. Students will learn how to create keyframes and change their properties to ease in or out of motion. Students will also learn how to create animated cameras and hierarchal animation to make pivots or multiple layers of animation. Students will then apply those skills to cre…

9 10 11 12

Lesson 2 of 4: 3D Shape Creation With NURBS

This lesson will introduce students advanced methods of polygon modeling such as using vector art to create extrusions and revolved surfaces. Students will also practice using boolean operations to add, subtract or intersect 3D objects. This project is next in sequence to the previous lesson, Evolving Past 3D Primitives.

9 10 11 12

Lesson 1 of 4: Evolving Past 3D Primitives

This lesson will guide students in using polygon modeling methods (referred to as box modeling) to generate complex shapes. Students model simple objects from a single cube such as a claw hammer. Students will explore additional polygon modeling methods in projects 2-3 of this series and move onto creating a scene with models and animation in the f…

9 10 11 12

Soil Map Presentations

Students will finalize their soil map projects and present them to the class.

9 10 11 12 A C

Forensic Anthropology- Taking a Bite Out of Crime

Skeletal remains from possibly six victims have been analyzed and sex has been determined from the six boxes. Three boxes had torsos and limbs and three boxes had just skulls. Height has also been estimated and lastly age from the skulls. Now, we need some defining evidence to assist the detectives in matching the remains with missing person…

9 10 11 12

I smell a rat! Methods and Ethics Matter

This lesson opens with a graphic of rats with giant tumors from a study retracted due to a mix of poor ethics and experimental design. This lesson examines scientific ethics as well as the importance of solid experimental methods.

10 11 12

Communicating in the Pharmacy

This lesson will provide students with the fundamentals of soft skills and communicating when working in the pharmacy. This is the second lesson in a pharmacy customer service training project.

9 10 11 12 A C

Recognizing and Addressing Bias in the Medical Field

In this lesson 3 of 4 lessons, students will be capable of living and working with people from diverse backgrounds in a spirit of respect and tolerance. In this lesson, there are three approaches for reducing bias; awareness, intervention, and prevention. After this lesson, students will have an in-depth knowledge about being aware of their own bia…

10 11 12

Can I Answer That? Legal Issues in the Pharmacy

This lesson will go over the scope of what pharmacy technicians can or cannot say when interacting with patients. This is the third out of four lessons in a pharmacy customer service training project.

11 12 A C

Shooting and Editing Your Silent Film

The time has arrived for students to shoot and edit their silent films! Production through post production will be covered in this lesson. This project will help students develop an understanding of the early history of film industry and the silent film era.

11 12 A C

Writing and Visualizing Your Silent Film

Students will write a script for a silent film, visualize their scripts through crafting storyboards and creating a shot list for their upcoming shoot. This project will help students develop an understanding of the early history of film industry and the silent film era.

11 12

Player Injury Profile- Injury Identification and Management

In this lesson, students research psychological interventions that can improve athletic performance. Students will also create an injury player profile presentation that will be shared with panel of experts. This is the final lesson in the injury management project.

9 10 11 12 A C

Having Constructive Conversation and Feedback in the Medical Field

A constructive conversation is one in which both parties are interested in the topic and actively listening to each other. Through the exchange of ideas and feelings, both individuals increase their understanding of the topic and improve the quality of their relation. In this lesson 4 of 4 lessons, students will practice the skills of conversation…

11 12 A C

Pitching Your Silent Film

Students will learn about the art of the pitch, story structure and how to craft an outline for their upcoming silent film script. In this second of four lessons students will continue to plan a film that pays homage and/or emulates their historical contributions to cinema. This project will help students develop an understanding of the early hist…

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