I use this worksheet for in class still life photography.
Students shoot photography in class and then place the photos in this file and answer the question. They compose 1 creative photograph... the worksheet has them place the original, black and white version, and a Snapseed adjusted version.
All of my students have iPad so they take the photos with a camera or using their smart phones and then edit on the iPad.
MY DARK ROOM ASSIGNMENT SETUP:
When the students walk in there are black poster boards and backings set up (you can accomplish this with folding black pieces of paper to stand up as a backdrop). I usually buy sunflowers and vegetables, or whatever looks good... Gourds, pumpkins, ugly tomatoes, artichokes. If you need to minimize the purchasing sunflowers always work great!
Each table setup has a subject to shoot, black board to create a black dark background and a cheap dollar store flashlight. I make the room completely dark. The student light the product with their flashlight. I have approx. 5-6 setups for 25-30 students. They are to help each other with holding the flashlight and direct each other so that they can compose their shots & lighting.
For such a simple setup the photos always turn out beautiful and dramatic.
However, you could use this worksheet for any still life photography assignment.