Also included in
- Trying to plan for school this year presents many challenges, Whether you are in distance learning art, hybrid model, or teaching in a traditional classroom, be prepared with this bundle of 4 grab and go digital photography assignments plus a set of posters to use in your Bitmoji or traditional clas$25.00$32.00Save $7.00
With uncertainty of school closures due to coronavirus, snow days, and more, be prepared with a distance project that can last for a few weeks of a school closure. Distance learning will only become a more viable options as technology continues to grow. Art is no different than other subjects. Although it isn't ideal to not be taught in person, e-learning options are feasible.
Focus your students on working independently with this prompt based photography project. This art assignment is perfect for middle to high school students. They can use DSLR cameras or a cell phone camera.
All in all this listing includes:
➢Lesson plan (includes big idea, objectives, national standards, instructions, supply list, and more)
Check out more of my project packs that also include e-learning assignment sheets:
Bring photography out of getting "likes" and back into the world of art by teaching your students how to properly edit their photographs. Separate the taking from the making!
Interested in other photography products? Check out other lessons below! All of the below products are included in a semester long bundle pack. Save money and time by purchasing it in the Introduction to Photography bundle.
Are you looking for a quicker intro to DSLR photography pack? Check out my six week bundle on learning manual mode here.
✳Check out my other products here.
This product was created in collaboration with my amazing friend and coworker, Meagan Brooker. Meagan has taught for many years, with a focus on AP Art, Drawing, and Photography. In addition, she has been responsible for capturing our annual family photographs, maternity, and newborn pictures that I will treasure forever. This girl knows her stuff, and better yet, how to teach it to students.