- You will have 1 minute to explain your doodle concept to a partner.
- They will then have 1 minute to offer oral feedback on your work, adding at least 2-3 new ideas to consider.
- Then you will switch and the other person will have 1 minute to explain their concept and doodle thus far.
- Now the partner has 1 minute for feedback.
- Below, please write a sentence or two about if the feedback gave you any additional ideas and how you will incorporate that into your work.
CLO: Students will understand the importance of feedback during their creative process. Students will do this by offering oral feedback for a neighbor. Students will explain their concept to an elbow partner and then have 1 minute to receive feedback, and then switch.
CLO: students will be able to brainstorm and collect a folder of inspirational images to help them on their creative journey to their final doodle4google. Students will be able to discuss their concept with a neighbor and offer and receive guiding feedback to help them solidify their concept.
Choose one artwork to critique and discuss the following prompts using academic language:
Explain the poster you chose to me as though I don't know what Culture fest is.
Explain why you think this is the best representation of what Culture fest is all about.
Discuss specific design elements that you like, and what makes them stand out from the other posters.
CLO: Students will be able to pitch their design to the Culture Fest Committee by answering specific questions about their design concept.
1) How does your design represent the diversity of Culture Fest?
2) How does your design relate to South High School?
3) Explain your concept and how your design should be used for the festival?
Please submit with your final design on the Main Blog Page under Assignment Submission.
CLO: Students will be able to either work in groups or individually to develop print advertising materials for South's 2015 Culture Fest. Students will be able to utilize symbolism and communicative visual imagery to create either a Logo for the event (Individual) or a series of audition posters (group). Students will be able to verbally critique to offer feedback to peers in order to revise final submissions.
Group Poster Requirements:
Develop a set of at least 3 posters that reflect 3 different "cultures" that exist at South. You should create your poster as 11X14 in 300 DPI. You will be focusing on:
Relevant poster info should include:
Individual Poster Requirements:
Develop a LOGO that reflects the diversity of culture fest, but also identifies that the festival is connected to South.
The Logo should then be placed into an advertising poster for the event itself (info coming soon).
Key imagery you might want to include:
CLO: Students will be able to offer constructive written feedback to help their classmates finalize their posters. Students will then narrow down submissions for Dom to review.
1) Discuss the use of imagery to foreshadow the story
2) What is the strongest element in the poster?
3) What is one specific area that could be improved?
CLO: Students will be able to reflect on their process to explain the roles each group member played.
Below, please type the answers to the follow prompts:
1) What was your role in the group? What did the other group members do to contribute?
2) How did your idea evolve based on the group dynamic?
3) Did you have any concerns about working in a group that you'd like to share?
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.