John Enyeart
4 years ago
Last Updated
2 years ago
Since this is an Integrated project, each group will contribute to the final Skatepark Enterprise.

Video Production: Promo-Video Package (Commercials of varying length) to promote the Skatepark.
Graphic Design: Business Logos and Visual Promotional materials to create a “brand” for the skatepark.
Math: Skatepark obstacle design models and budget/finance projections.

CTE Video Production Course
Students will learn techniques necessary to plan and create various promotional videos in order to promote the skatepark. Videos will also be used to aid Math students in designing obstacles for the skatepark.

CTE Graphic Design Course:
Students will use design principles to create business logos and visual promotion materials. They will develop a “brand” for the skatepark.

Academic Math Course:
Students will study various skatepark obstacles and design a new skatepark using modeling software. They will also research and develop a potential budget with financial projections.

This unit is brought to you by John Enyeart (CTE-Video Production), Sid Llera (CTE-Graphic Design) and Eric Oravets (Mathematics), with support from the CTE Online curriculum leadership team and detailed coordination provided by the Course Team Lead Trish Valceschini.


Industries / Pathways
  • Arts, Media, and Entertainment Arts, Media, and Entertainment
    • Design, Visual, and Media Arts
    • Production and Managerial Arts
K-12 Subjects
  • Mathematics
  • Visual Arts & Performing Arts
  • Technology Education
Grade Levels
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12

Shot Composition: Framing a Story through a Camera

Camera Movements: Showing Emotion and Telling a Story (Enyeart, Lesson 2)

Shooting a "How-To" Video about Skatepark Obstacles

Commercial Success: Creating a Skatepark Promo-Video

Graphic Elements & Identifiable Objects

Brand you! Branding & Logo Development

Brainstorm Skateboarding!

Skatepark Campaign

Do you Measure Up? Area and Perimeter (Math)

Size it Up! Ratios and Proportions (Math)

Wrap it Up! Surface Area (Math)

At What Cost? Three Dimensional Modeling (Math)