Use could have them take pictures that show the
elements. I had my photo class(we had a dark
room)start the quarter by talking aobut the elements
and principles and finding at least two (or
more)pictures that show that element or principle. We
also talked about techniques like "framing" and "rule
of thirds" they had to find examples of those also.
There is a great web site that shows them how f-stop
and shutter speed work to create different effects. I
will see if I can find it and get back to you. Some
ideas that worked for me. Hope it helps.
> anyone have any K-8 PHOTO ACTIVITIES?
> Hello, I am new to the list and to this age group.
> I was hired to
> teach PHOTOGRAPHY in an after-school program at a
> new charter school
> in Los Angeles, to groups of 1st-3rd & 4-8th grade
> There is no darkroom, there are no cameras, and not
> much money for
> supplies. I have to develop 16 1-hour lesson plans
> for each group
> (1st-3rd & 4-8th).
> I think I can get a disposable camera for each
> student that they can
> use during class time on school grounds; I also plan
> to buy some
> Sunprint (water developing cyanotype paper) material
> for outdoor
> rayographs. That will exhaust the budget, but I'm
> afraid not last
> longer than a few classes.
> ANY SUGGESTIONS/LESSON IDEAS? Advice? Thanks!
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