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1 Common Curriculum Map Discipline: Fine Arts Course: Photography Unit 1 Pinhole Photography: 26A: Understand processes, traditional tools and modern technologies used in the arts 26B: Apply skills and knowledge necessary to create and perform in one or more of the arts 25.A.4 Analyze and evaluate the effective use of elements, principles and expressive qualities in a convey intent, expressive ideas and/or 26.B.4d Visual Arts: Demonstrate knowledge and skills that communicate clear and focused ideas based on planning, research and problem solving. 26.B.5 Common for all four arts: Create and perform a complex work of art using a variety of techniques, technologies and resources and independent decision making. What is the difference between a snapshot and a photograph? How does a camera function? essential parts of a camera -shutter -aperture -light tight box -film plane Focal length and effect on image Pinhole negatives and positives Contact printing Control and use of the negative enlarger Water faucet analogy 1. Construct and operate a functioning pinhole camera 2. List and define the essential camera parts 3. Identify correct exposure time in a pinhole negative 4. Recognize the effect of focal length on a photographic image

2 5. Identify over/under exposure in pinhole negatives and positives 6. Produce pinhole negatives with a variety of focal distances 7. Produce experimental pinhole negatives 8. Use and describe correct darkroom procedures 9. Identify enlarger parts 10. Use the enlarge to produce a pinhole positive pinhole camera quiz and unit exam (fill in the blank and multiple choice) Portfolio: - Pinhole negative close-up - Pinhole negative distant shot - Pinhole negative experimental image - Pinhole positive Pinhole Unit Exam Unit 2 Using the SLR: 26A: Understand processes, traditional tools and modern technologies used in the arts 26B: Apply skills and knowledge necessary to create and perform in one or more of the arts 25.A.4 Analyze and evaluate the effective use of elements, principles and expressive qualities in a convey intent, expressive ideas and/or 26.B.4d Visual Arts: Demonstrate knowledge and skills that communicate clear and focused ideas based on planning, research and problem solving. 26.B.5 Common for all four arts: Create and perform a complex work of art using a variety of techniques, technologies and resources and independent decision making. 27.A.4b Analyze how the arts are used to inform and persuade through traditional and contemporary art forms. 27.B.4a Analyze and classify the distinguishing characteristics of historical and contemporary art works by style, period and culture. What are the essential parts of the SLR camera and how do they affect exposure and image? Parts of the SLR camera Aperture control

3 depth of field (large, medium, shallow) Shutter control pan action blurred action stopped action depth of field aperture and f/stops motion control shutter speed SLR camera parts Identify the parts of a SLR camera Explain the effect of various apertures on photographic images (depth of field) Explain the effect of various shutter speeds on photographic images (pan action, stop action, blurred action) Produce various images with a variety of aperture/shutter speed combinations for given results Recognize various f/stop effects in photographs Recognize various shutter speeds Demonstrate an understanding of accurate use of the light meter Demonstrate an understanding of aperture/shutter speed priority Identify the parts of a SLR camera Explain the effect of various apertures on photographic images (depth of field) Explain the effect of various shutter speeds on photographic images (pan action, stop action, blurred action) Produce various images with a variety of aperture/shutter speed combinations for given results Recognize various f/stop and shutter speed effects in photographs Demonstrate an understanding of accurate use of the light meter Demonstrate an understanding of aperture/shutter speed priority Demonstrate loading film into a film developing tank Identify correct chemical procedure for developing black and white film Recognize correct exposure of 35mm negatives Recognize chemical problems in film developing identify the parts of the enlarger describe the process for determining correct exposure time in creating a contact sheet (test strips) evaluate test strip times produce a contact sheet from 35 mm negatives produce an enlargement from a 35mm negative evaluate photographic prints in terms of value, clarity, technical aspects and composition Unit exam Photography Portfolio Critiques Unit 2 - History of Photography: 26A: Understand processes, traditional tools and modern technologies used in the arts

4 25.A.4 Analyze and evaluate the effective use of elements, principles and expressive qualities in a convey intent, expressive ideas and/or 25.B.4 Analyze and evaluate similar and distinctive characteristics of works in two or more of the arts that share the same historical period or societal context. 27.A.4b Analyze how the arts are used to inform and persuade through traditional and contemporary art forms. 27.B.4a Analyze and classify the distinguishing characteristics of historical and contemporary art works by style, period and culture. How did photography become an accepted art form? Who are the early photographers and how did they use and promote photography? Early history of photography Stieglitz, Brady, Hine, VanDer Zee, Strand straight photography photo secession group gallery 291 recognize the development of photography as an art form recognize early key photographers analyze various uses of photography Photography Portfolio including 3 photographs, 1 contact sheet, test strips, negative evaluation and self evaluation History worksheet Written description of "The Steerage" Journal entry in Stieglitz's style Critiquing a Photograph worksheet covering clarity, value, composition and presentation in photographs Photogram Unit 4 Composition in Photography:

5 26A: Understand processes, traditional tools and modern technologies used in the arts 26B: Apply skills and knowledge necessary to create and perform in one or more of the arts 25.A.4 Analyze and evaluate the effective use of elements, principles and expressive qualities in a convey intent, expressive ideas and/or 26.B.4d Visual Arts: Demonstrate knowledge and skills that communicate clear and focused ideas based on planning, research and problem solving. 26.B.5 Common for all four arts: Create and perform a complex work of art using a variety of techniques, technologies and resources and independent decision making. 27.A.4b Analyze how the arts are used to inform and persuade through traditional and contemporary art forms. 27.B.4a Analyze and classify the distinguishing characteristics of historical and contemporary art works by style, period and culture. What are the compositional elements in photography and how do they combine to help convey meaning? Balance (static and dynamic) Structure and non-structural elements in a photograph (line, shape, texture, value) 9 zone grid line shape texture weight dynamic/static Paul Strand Cropping, negative space, composition - produce a series of prints from negatives shot with limited negative space and close cropping - analyze the compositional elements of their own photographs - recognize the use of line and shape to produce dynamics in a photograph - evaluate personal photographs in terms of value, clarity, and technical aspects - analyze a photograph in terms of weight, structure, and dynamics -produce digitally manipulated personal photographic images using Adobe PhotoShop Software recognize static and dynamic balance in photographs written critiques peer critiques

6 class critiques self critiques negative evaluation contact sheets photographic prints written self critiques Unit 5 Expressive Qualities of Photographs: 26A: Understand processes, traditional tools and modern technologies used in the arts 26B: Apply skills and knowledge necessary to create and perform in one or more of the arts 25.A.4 Analyze and evaluate the effective use of elements, principles and expressive qualities in a convey intent, expressive ideas and/or 26.B.4d Visual Arts: Demonstrate knowledge and skills that communicate clear and focused ideas based on planning, research and problem solving. 26.B.5 Common for all four arts: Create and perform a complex work of art using a variety of techniques, technologies and resources and independent decision making. 27.A.4b Analyze how the arts are used to inform and persuade through traditional and contemporary art forms. 27.B.4a Analyze and classify the distinguishing characteristics of historical and contemporary art works by style, period and culture. How do I work with subject matter and yet convey my ideas? How do I control technical issues in photography (dust, cropping, chemical stains) expressive qualities in photographs context and viewpoint basic photoshop techniques (layers, tinting, text, combination images) Photographic presentation/mounting/display Semester final exam review Craftsmanship - produce black and white photographs with a focus on seeing with a "fresh eye" (making the known unknown, removing context) - analyze the compositional and expressive qualities of a photograph

7 - describe the expressive qualities of color enhanced photos - evaluate personal photographs in terms of value, clarity, and technical aspects -produce various digitally manipulated images using photoshop layers, tinting, and text to convey specific ideas explain the steps for drymounting a photographic negative evaluations contact sheets photographs written self critiques written descriptions and interpretations of a photograph Final photography portfolio final digitally manipulated photography portfolio self assessments Unit 6 Computer Technology: NETS 1 Basic operations and concepts Students are proficient in the use of technology NETS 3 Technology productivity tools students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity NETS 4 Technology communications tools students use telecommunications to collaborate, publish, and interact with peers, experts, and other audiences students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences NETS 5 technology research tools students use technology tools to process data and report results What is a course management system? How do we use it in this course? How do you use a photo manipulation software to alter photographs? using moodle to access information using moodle to turn in assignments and contact other students in the class Photoshop software and tools tinting combination images using text in a photograph using images to portray oneself scanning images access their account in Moodle and access their grade information turn in journals and other assignments using moodle participate in forums and chat sessions in moodle

8 effectively use the tools in photoshop to produce 4 images including: self portrait, a tinted photo, a photo with text, and a self portrait student activity as reported in the moodle system 4 images as described above

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