A. Lewis

A. Lewis

   
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 Video/News/Art
ATTENTION STUDENTS:  If you did not turn in your work for April 6-May 4th, you will receive a zero.  You may email it to me or turn in on the 18th with the last packet and I will change your grade.  These assignments are being counted in your final grade.  Please turn in your work. If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] 
                                                      May 4-8, May 11-15
May 4-8 May11-15 May
MONDAY
NEWS 
Morning Announcements (MA)
News schedule, Story format, assign stories.
 
*****NEWS CAST
 
Imagine you are producing a documentary on the corona virus.  Write a short summary about what you would cover in your program.  25 points.  You may cover it from any angle you choose.  Some questions to consider:  How the virus came to the U.S.?  What measures are being taken for our safety?  Who would you interview?  Name 3 people.  Are they experts about the topic?  Have they been affected by the virus either physically or knowing someone who has had the virus.  Do people think the dangers are being over exaggerated or are they valid?  What are some of the conspiracy theories being formed? What questions would you ask?  List at 3 questions for each person you interview.   Make sure you list 3 people to interview and write 3 questions for each.  Return in the last packet.
    
MONDAY
NEWS 
MA Record/Edit Story
 
News questions 4 are due. 
 

Watch a 30 minute news program 

     Answer these questions on a separate sheet of paper:

     1.  What is the name of the news program you watch? (ex.  NBC Nightly News)

     2.  Write the date and time of the news program you watch.

     3.  What is the name of the news anchor?

     4.  Describe the lead story.

     5.  What information did the reporter present?

     6.  What was one thing they did not cover in the story or what could the reporter given you more  information on?

     7.  How many stories did they cover in 30 minutes?

     8.  Describe the last story of the news program.

     9.  What did you learn about what is happening in the world that you did not know before watching the news?

 
All Work Due.  Send back to School.
VIDEO 2
 
******VIDEO 2
Create a video-Tik Tok style.  Topic:  COVID-19 aka Corona Virus.  Use any idea you come up with such as a corona dance, safety from COVID-19, toilet paper shortage, Corona symptoms, whatever you want.  Email me your tiktok at [email protected] If you cannot email your video, email me your user name for tiktok so I can look it up.  Due May 8th 

VIDEO 2

Create a second video-Tik Tok style.  Topic:  Quarantine.  Be creative.  Record the downside of being quarantined, the good part of being quarantined, learning something new during quarantine, beauty tips for being quarantined, whatever you can think of.  Email me your video or send me your user name. 

Due May15th

 
CERAMICS
 
*****CERAMIC classes
  1st sculpture:  Create one of the clay recipes below.  Go back to the website from last packet and review Lorien Stern’s artwork.  (website: theartofeducation.edu/2018/10/19/10-inspiring-ceramics-artists-to-share-with-your-students/)  Create a sculpture by taking a scary or sad object and transform it into a whimsical piece of art using patterns, designs, color, (Elements of Art).  Change your scary object into something that makes you happy or brings you joy.  See Examples of Lorien Stern’s art.   Do not copy from the artist, create your own art.   You may use the design you drew and turned in for the last packet or you may create a new one, if you choose.
CERAMICS
 
 2nd sculpture:  Object of your choice.  It may be realistic or abstract.  You may create a mug, bowl, animal, box, whatever you want.  Use a homemade clay recipe.  If you do not want to make one listed below, Youtube has several recipes for homemade clay.  If you do have the ingredients to make your clay you may use store bought play dough, if you have any.  Or you may create a sculpture using found objects (Paperclips, paper, milk rings, aluminum foil….anything you can find around your house).  This may be used for both sculptures, if you do not have the ingredients to make clay.
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
*****GRAPHIC DESIGN
Use any paper and draw a quarantine room for yourself.  You may use shapes to represent furniture or other items.  Write a description of everything you included.  You are not allowed to leave your room for any reason.  Think about what you will need and what you will want in your room.  Consider your basic needs and your entertainment desires.  How will you communicate with others?  What will you do to occupy your time?  What will you eat?  Think about your spacing, colors you will use and other elements of design.  Include a list of all the items you included in your room and determine whether it is a want or a need to survive quarantine.  Your list should include at least 7 pieces of furniture (you may use more), at least 10 items of necessity, at least 10 items for entertainment, describe what will be displayed on each wall (windows, paint, pictures, posters, big screen tv, etc). Include what colors you will decorate your room, consider you will be looking at it 24/7.  Design your room so that you do not have to leave.  Turn in your drawing and your list with the last packet. 

Design a personalized quarantine room.

GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
Create a meme for COVID-19 or being Quarantined

You may create it on your phone, computer or draw it on paper.  Email it to my school email.  If you draw it on paper, send it back in the last packet.  Due May 15th

TUESDAY
NEWS 
Morning  Announcements (MA) 
Write Script
 
Imagine you are producing a documentary on the corona virus.  Write a short summary about what you would cover in your program.  25 points.  You may cover it from any angle you choose.  Some questions to consider:  How the virus came to the U.S.?  What measures are being taken for our safety?  Who would you interview?  Name 3 people.  Are they experts about the topic?  Have they been affected by the virus either physically or knowing someone who has had the virus.  Do people think the dangers are being over exaggerated or are they valid?  What are some of the conspiracy theories being formed? What questions would you ask?  List at 3 questions for each person you interview.   Make sure you list 3 people to interview and write 3 questions for each.  Return in the last packet.
TUESDAY
NEWS 
 
SENIORS LAST DAY!!!
 
Do questions for News #5 
VIDEO 2 
 
Work on Tic Tok video 
VIDEO 2
 
Work on Tik Tok Video
CERAMICS
 
work on sculpture 
CERAMICS 
 
 Work on Sculpture.
 
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
Work on quarantine room drawings 
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
Work on MEME 
   
WEDNESDAY  
NEWS 
MA
Begin recording
 
  

.  Imagine you are producing a documentary on the corona virus.  Write a short summary about what you would cover in your program.  25 points.  You may cover it from any angle you choose.  Some questions to consider:  How the virus came to the U.S.?  What measures are being taken for our safety?  Who would you interview?  Name 3 people.  Are they experts about the topic?  Have they been affected by the virus either physically or knowing someone who has had the virus.  Do people think the dangers are being over exaggerated or are they valid?  What are some of the conspiracy theories being formed? What questions would you ask?  List at 3 questions for each person you interview.   Make sure you list 3 people to interview and write 3 questions for each.  Return in the last packet.

 
WEDNESDAY
NEWS 
MA 
Record/Edit Story
 
Answer questions for news 
VIDEO 2 
 
Work on Tic Tok video
VIDEO 2
Work on Tik Tok Video
CERAMICS 
 
work on sculpture 
 

 
 
CERAMICS
Work on Sculpture. 
 
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Work on Quarantine room drawings 
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Work on MEME
THURSDAY
NEWS 
Morning Announcement (MA)
Record/Edit Story
 
Continue with Documentary Plan for the Corona Virus. 
 
THURSDAY
NEWS 
Record/Edit Story
 
Answer questions for news 

 
VIDEO 2
 
Work on Tik Tok Video
  
VIDEO 2
Work on Tik Tok Video
CERAMICS
 
Work on Sculpture.
CERAMICS
 
Work on Sculpture.
 
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
Work on quarantine room drawing  
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
Work on MEME 
FRIDAY
NEWS 
Morning Announcements
News story due
 
  

Watch a  New Program (30 Minutes each)

     Answer these questions on a separate sheet of paper:

  1.  What is the name of the news program you watch? (ex.  NBC Nightly News)                                                            2.  Write the date and time of the news program you watch.      3.  What is the name of the news anchor                            4.  Describe the lead story.                                            5.  What information did the reporter present?                  6.  What was one thing they did not cover in the story or what  could the reporter have given you more information on?    7.  How many stories did they cover in 30 minutes?            8.  Describe the last story of the news program.                9.  What did you learn about what is happening in the world that you did not know before watching the news?

 
FRIDAY
NEWS
Morning Announcements
Record/Edit News story
 
News questions 5 due 
 
VIDEO 2
 
Tik Tok Video due. Email to [email protected]s
  
VIDEO 2
 
Tik Tok Video due.  Email to [email protected] 
 
 
CERAMICS 
 
Work on Sculpture.
CERAMICS 
 
Work on Sculpture.
  
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
Final design Due 
GRAPHIC DESIGN
 
MEME Design due.

As always, please feel free to contact me
with any questions or concerns call the School: 886-3250

  
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