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Students will use a digital camera to take pictures that will be used to create a multimedia project that illustrates the appropriate and inappropriate dress code for a high school.
Course of Study: Career and Technical Education Course: Multimedia Design Grade Level: 10-12 Content Standard # 2 Content Standard: Utilize a variety of input devices for digitizing multimedia information, including digital camera, video, scanner, Internet downloads, and graphic software.
Primary Learning Objective(s):
What criteria should be considered when determining the correct type of software and equipment to be used for multimedia project development?
Additional Learning Objective(s):
Greater than 120 Minutes
Materials and Resources:
Photo Story 3 for Windows will need to be downloaded to student computers prior to starting this exercise. Handout on how to use Photo Story 3 for Windows. Students can bring in personal digital cameras to use in this assignment or use teacher provided camera.
Technology Resources Needed:
Computers with presentation software, LCD projector, Photo Story 3 for Windows, Internet access.
Teacher will need to have a student handbook available that outlines the school dress code. Students will need to know how to create a story board prior to this lesson.
Teacher observation Photo Story rubric will be used to evaluate slideshow.
Ask students to go beyond information provided in handout by adding additional features to slideshow. They can search the Internet for additional information on Photo Story 3.
Students may come in before or after school for additional help with Photo Story 3.
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