TGJ 2O0 – February 2019

February 20, 2019 – Indesign continued

By the end of today, students will create a motivational poster (must be positive), and a logo involving typing on a path.

Both of these pieces must be printed out using the classroom printer.

 

February 19, 2019 – Introduction to Adobe Indesign

By the end of today, students will : Print out a polished work with Adobe Indesign

Your polished work should include :

A background image

Text with Stroke

A well-thought out margin.

February 14, 2019 –

Valentines Day –

Students are to use Adobe Photoshop to create 2 Valentines cards – 1 that is made from a blank canvas, and one that is created with a background image.  Your valentines cards should be at least 1000 pixels wide, so that we may print them out.

Using all of your knowledge thus far, including selection tools, gradient tools, blending layers, adding effects to text, writing on a path, and filters, create 2 valentines cards using Adobe Photoshop.

Your cards should be better than the obama example below (although you may steal the joke).  You may use the card popularized by the simpsons for inspiration as well.

When you have completed your cards, you are to save them as .jpg files, and email to paul.darling@k12.kpdsb.ca

 

February 13, 2019 –

Today we will work with blending photos together.

A good resource for this is the DHS flickr account.

By the end of today, you should have attempted multiple blends of photos.

February 11, 2019 –

Today, get your photo from Mr. Darling’s flickr account.

You are to edit this photo in photoshop, at very minimum you should transfer yourself to a new background, add a filter, and add some text.

 

Friday, February 8 –

**Block D students are to complete the email listed below, scroll down.

Students today are to open Adobe Photoshop at the beginning of class and continue to explore with it.  Your exploration should include :

  1. Selecting an item from 1 photo and moving it to a new photo.  Remember to use ctrl + t to free transform the moved item.

2. Writing along a path – Yesterday, you learned writing along a path to create a circular logo, today try to continue that while using other shapes.  Try to create a triangular logo or an octagonal logo with writing – what looks best?

 

If you have any work you would like to share from part 1 or 2, please save it as a .jpg and email to paul.darling@k12.kpdsb.ca

 

Hi!  Welcome to Communications Technology.

**Block D students complete this on Friday, February 8.

Your first task is to send me an email to paul.darling@k12.kpdsb.ca

 

In this email, please include the following information :

How often you use email?

Do you use Social media?

What do you feel you consume more of, Television, Youtube or other (short phone videos)

 

You may make the subject of the email as “first email”