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Re: What's your perspective?

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John R. Tate (Renman1)
Thu, 6 Feb 97 21:42:33 -0500

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>Does anyone have any middle school level lesson plans on perspective?
>I have been teaching it to my seventh graders and would really like
>to find a new idea for my students.
>Thanks,
>Rozzi
Rozzi, over the years I have done a number of perspective projects with
this age group.
1) Names. Basic one point off of their names written in bubble style.
Have to shade the drawings to further emphasize the depth.
2) Birds Eye view - looking down on a city from above.
3) worms eye view - looking up at a city from below.
4) Comic book scenes - take a look at any good Marvel comc such as
Spiderman or Batman. Check out all of the different perspectives (mostly
one point) used. Print some up and have your students figure out where
the point(s) is(are). Then have them try to draw one like it.
When they are done they can input their own superhero and color it in.
5) Inside of a room design in two point.
6) Western Town in two point.
7) Design a car in two point.

Good luck

R. Tate
Brien McMahon High School
Norwalk, CT.

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