After discussing factions and contrade, the students are asked to design a logo that represents them. It must be a clean, simple, and strong design. They have to consider what personality traits they want to focus on, and how to best to that through their drawing. The logos of the Divergent factions and the Siena neighborhoods are looked at and discussed.
The lesson plan includes the big idea, objectives, essential questions, a break down of the process, a personality worksheet to drive the students toward their design, a rubric, and critique sheet. National art and language art standards are included for grades 6th-12th.
The PowerPoint includes talking points, Divergent information, historical information on Siena, pictures, tips on creating a strong logo design, and links to recognizable logos to discuss. Expectations and a break down of their grade is also included.
This project could be adapted for a Language Arts, Social Studies, Art History, or Studio Art class. This project is appropriate for students in 6th-12th grade.
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