Title: Digital Logo and Print Poster
Grade/Subject: Multimedia Productions
Time Allotted: 1.5 Hours
Broad Unit Goal: Students will create publicity elements of independent advertisement campaigns as they learn to navigate the Adobe Creative Suite.
“What is your brand? What is your slogan?”
Student Learning Goals:
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to…
Create a logo for his/her campaign [ISTE 6d]
The teacher will introduce the basics of Photoshop and provide basic set-ups for both online and print deliveries.
Students will create a logo to be placed on all further campaign materials.
Create a promotional poster [ISTE 6d]
The teacher will introduce the set-up for a poster size of the student’s choosing using Photoshop.
Students will collect backgrounds and imagery to place on poster by using a Creative Commons search.
Students will deploy the poster for print publication at 400 dpi in RGB color display.
rasterized v vectorized
file formats .jpg, .pdf, .ai, .eps
Assessment and Evidence of Student Learning:
Students will submit a logo and political poster created in Photoshop or Illustrator as a .jpg image.
Each submission will be viewed on the LMS and feedback will be provided.
Unit Resources and Materials:
Adobe Creative Suite
Personal Computers (MacBook Pros provided)
Video cameras (can use district provided iPad
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Students use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways.
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