Wednesday, October 15

Reminder - Research Paper due Friday, Oct. 17 at the beginning of class

Essential Question:
Why should you use Fireworks to create and edit images?
Key Questions:
What is a vector graphic? What is a bitmap graphic? What is the difference between vector and bitmap graphics? How do you create, save, and close a graphics file? How do you use drawing tools? How do you select stroke and fill options? How do you change the view? How do you modify the drawing area? How do you print an image? How do you scan images? How do you acquire images from a digital camera? How do you import files? How do you open different file formats? How do you acquire clipart? How do you optimize and export images? How do you reshape vector paths? How do you position and align objects? How do you group and stack objects? How do you scale, skew, and distort objects? How do you rotate and flip objects? How do you crop an image? How do you create a text object? How do you check spelling? How do you apply character formatting? How do you set text direction and alignment? How do you apply fills and strokes to text? How do you import text? How do you transform a text block? How do you convert text to vector graphics? How do you apply color effects? How do you create masks?
Activating Strategy:
Why should you use Fireworks to create images that could be used on a professional website?
Instructional Strategies and Student Activity:
  • Continue Daily Journal
  • Students will begin Fireworks Project - Due Friday at the end of class
Summarizing Strategy:

TOD: What is the purpose of exporting?

Assessment:
Observation, TOD
Resources:
Fireworks
GPS:
BMA-BC-1,3,4,6,9,10

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