This is a complete lesson that introduces students to how to use their camera to capture objects in motion.
The lesson includes:
* A summary page that relates directly to chapter six from the Davis "Focus on Photography" textbook (Don't have this textbook, the lesson can still be taught without that enrichment).
* Questions that relate to the chapter that can either be used as review, a quiz or a fun game (you choose what to do with the questions/answers)
* A 7 slide PowerPoint that fully explains the different types of capturing motion in photography and helpful tips for taking photos.
* An assignment that relates directly to the reading and the material covered in the PowerPoint.
All you will need to do is provide the cameras and grade the photos.
I have taught digital photography for 10 years and have used this lesson for years with great success. All my photo lessons on TPT are designed to be taken with a point and shoot camera.
7 slides, 1 worksheet & Q/A paper