This middle or high school art lesson is perfect for distance learning or as at-home photography or composition in art assignment. This Google Slideshow explains how still life can be used to get viewers to look at objects in a new way and is excellent for sparking discussion and getting to know your students. Students create an interesting composition out of their own belongings and take digital photographs with their cell phones. The Rule of Thirds, Cropping, Leading Lines, and The Rule of Odds are all explained with lots of visual examples. Students learn how to create an interesting composition, edit their photos, and learn how objects can be used to express meaning in art.
This art project can be shared through Google Classroom or any digital platform.
Need an Easy to Follow Art Sub Plan?
The included worksheets work great as sub plans, and early finisher assignments, for students on home instruction or in ISS. They are easy to follow are easy for substitute teachers or self-directed learning when the art teacher is unavailable.
All of my lessons can be shared with your students through Google Classroom or any digital platform and are formatted to work for distance learning or in the classroom. They are designed to save you time and help your students access the tutorials, presentations, videos, or worksheets as easily as possible. You can find more ready-to-go, easy-to-follow, time-saving art lessons in my RESOURCE SHOP.
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