Design 1 – Mrs. Shaw Ancient Magazine Project

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Design 1 – Mrs. ShawAncient Magazine ProjectDesign project for the weeks of April 27 th -May 18 thCheck my website for Zoom weekly office hours.Contents:Part 1: Overall directions on page 1 and 2.Part 2: Developmental worksheets for student use.Part 3: Developmental worksheets that are filled out as an example of what to do.Part 4: Reading materials on Ancient Egypt.Part 5: RubricPart 1Overview:Students will create a magazine cover for Ancient Egypt. Students will read the providedmaterials about Egypt looking for aspects of the culture as it aligns to the type of magazine thestudent chooses to represent. For example, the magazine might be a religious magazine and sothe magazine highlights Egyptian gods and goddesses.Due Dates:Developmental Worksheets: pages 1-3: Due May 1stDevelopmental Worksheets pages 4-5: Due May 8thDevelopment Worksheet page 6 and the Magazine Cover: Due May 15thProblem:The design student is challenged to create a magazine cover for Egypt, an ancient civilizationthat of course, did not have magazines. But what if they did? What would an ancient Egyptianbe interested in reading? Each student will complete developmental worksheets and synthesizethe exercises from those sheets to answer that question.Solutions for executing this project:1. Students may use collage: cut and paste images.2. Students may draw and color3. Students may do a combination of collage and drawing/coloring.

Analysis:The history of Egypt should be researched with the intent of pulling factual information that canbe cleverly incorporated into the magazine cover. Typical magazine covers would include atitle, date, pictures, design elements, advertisements, and text highlighting some of thearticles. The designer has the opportunity to blend all of these elements in a simple layoutshowing off the ability to synthesize research with the elements and principles of design usingeither traditional materials.Directions:1. After reading part 1 of this packet, the student should look through the rest of thishandout.a. Students will find after these directions, the Developmental Worksheets.Each Developmental Worksheet has specific tasks and directions for thosetasks.b. After the Developmental Worksheets you will find examples of student work.The student work includes a sample of a finished Magazine Cover and eachdevelopmental worksheet that went with it.c. Reading Materials on Egypt.d. The project rubric.2. Please print out the Developmental Worksheets and work directly on them.3. When you have the Developmental Worksheets complete please return them to theschool OR, scan the sheets. If you have an iPhone you can scan your worksheets in Notes.There are apps that let you scan too, and they are free. (You may photograph yourworksheets also; however, you must take good photos in a well-lit room. Do nottake pics with your shadow going across the pages).4. The FINAL Magazine Cover can be brought to the school OR scanned orphotographed and sent to my email.5. Bring the completed work to the school or email me your work at shawc@luhsd.net6. If you have questions, please attend a ZOOM meeting. Check my welcome page onthe website for times and dates or send an email.

Part 2DEVELOPMENTAL WORKSHEETS – page 1Name Per:Design 1 and 2 Distance Learning ClassesDirections: Circle the magazine theme/type you will be using to create your magazine cover.Food MagazineReligious MagazineHealth MagazineSports/Leisure MagazineArt magazineArchitecture MagazinePop Culture MagazineOtherDirections: Circle the ancient culture that will inspire your magazine.Ancient EgyptDirections: Circle the magazine layout you will be utilizing for magazine cover.Directions: Name the magazine that you will be creating for this assignment and pick theancient culture.

Magazine Name:DEVELOPMENTAL WORKSHEETS – page 2Directions: Read the section on Ancient Egypt. You do not need the read the whole thing, butyou should read at least 1 section of the reading.The MAIN IDEA is to learn about at least one aspect of Egypt so that you can use accurateinformation on your magazine cover. For example, if you were to design a cover for an EgyptianMagazine on Art you might have tomb paintings, jewelry, and sculptures on your magazinecover.Note: You can also use the Internet, if you have it, to do your research instead of reading thepacket.Otherwise, read the packet. Take a Few Notes here:Note Section:

DEVELOPMENTAL WORKSHEETS – page 3Directions: Use the same websites (see previous page) to find different decorative designs andpatterns that represent the culture you chose. Draw or paste up four different decorativedesigns and patterns.Directions: Draw or paste up three different font styles that represent the culture you chose.Use your initials as the representative letters chosen.

DEVELOPMENTAL WORKSHEETS – page 4Directions: Draw or paste up four different images that represent your magazine’s theme(sports, architecture, etc.) as well as the culture you chose.

DEVELOPMENTAL WORKSHEETS – page 5Directions: Draw a rough draft of the layout for your magazine. Be sure to include the researchfrom the previous pages. Your rough draft should include: THE MAGAZINE TITLE, IMAGES,DESIGNS, PATTERNS, and FONTS from all of your research.You also need to get creative here. While you are incorporating the visual elements, you havealready looked up you also need to incorporate the things you learned about your culture andthe theme you chose. See your notes on page 2.

DEVELOPMENTAL WORKSHEETS – page 6Directions: Think about the questions you see below. How can you use the elements andprinciples of design in your work. You will fill out this sheet at the end of the WHOLE PROJECT.What kind of balance does your cover have?Is there any object or element of art that you emphasized in your design?Did you use any contrasts in your work? Contrast is a principle where you create strikingdifferences. For example: tall/short, dark/light, near/far, rough/smooth etc.Do you have any patterns in your design? Where did you use pattern? Be specific.Do you have any rhythms in your design? Where did you use rhythm? Be specific.How does your eye move through the design? What do you look at first, second, etc.Is your design unified? Do all the elements of design go together? Did you repeat the samecolors throughout?

Part 3- Student EXAMPLEThe Next few pages serve as aguide. The magazine beingdeveloped is for VIKINGS. You willdo a Magazine for Ancient Egypt.We chose to give an example onVikings so you wouldn’t betempted to copy the sample.DO NOT DO A MAGAZINE ONVIKINGS!Thank you!

Note: The research is onVIKINGS because this sample ismeant to be different from thecultures you will use for yourmagazine.Notice: The Notes reflect some understanding of boats and Leif Erikson becausethe magazine is about ROWING a boat and Vikings. Leif Erikson is a Viking. Yourresearch should in some way show up on the cover. The sample at the end of thissection shows Leif on the cover of the magazine.

Some of the designshere might end upon your cover!Consider thefonts for yourcover. The fontshould reflectthe culture.

The pictures used on this pagemight end up on the cover. Inthe end, however, the studentchose to focus on a Viking andthe sea. Although there is ahelmet on the Viking similar tothis one.

This is the overall layout. Youcan always do more than one.Feel free to draw on any pieceof paper to figure out yourlayout.You can see notes were madeabout font styles

This page should be filled out AFTER you havecompleted the FINAL DESIGN FOR THEMAGAZINE COVER.

This is the final magazine cover. This example is a collage paste up. The images werefound on the internet, printed out, cut and pasted. If you don’t have access to acomputer, then write as neatly as you can and draw/color as neatly as you can.

Part 4- Read about Egypt

Part 5- RubricCriteriaAdvanced (4)Proficient (3)Developing (2)Novice (1)What you aredoingCreationThe studentcreates asophisticatedcover designusing a widevariety ofdesignprinciples.The studentcreates aproficient coverdesign usingbasicknowledge ofdesignprinciples.The studentcreates a nonproficient coverdesign using alimited range ofdesignprinciples.The studentcreates a nonproficient coverdesign thatdemonstrateslittle to noknowledge ofthe principles ofdesign.You are fillingoutDevelopmentalWorksheet 6with specificinformation.6-7 designprinciplesexplainedaccurately.5 designprinciplesexplainedaccurately.3-4 designprinciplesexplainedaccurately.0-2 designprinciples areexplainedThe Coverskillfully reflectsthe aesthetic ofthe chosenculture.Multiple,appropriate,symbols andobjects,including textdemonstrateknowledge ofthe chosenculture’s timeperiod andplace in history.The studentapplies thechosenmaterials withexceptionalskill.The Coverreflects theaesthetic of thechosen culture.The symbolsand objects,including textare appropriateto the chosenculture’s timeperiod andplace in history.The Cover hassymbols,objects, andtext, but somelack a clearconnection tothe chosenculture or placein history.The Cover hassymbols,objects, andtext, but thereis no clearconnection tothe chosenculture or itsplace in history.You are makingsure that yourresearchregardingimagery andwhat you typeinto the speechbubbles reflectsanunderstandingof the culture.The studentapplies thechosenmaterials withsufficient skill.The studentapplies thechosenmaterials withsome skill. Theapplication ofthe media isinconsistent.The studentapplies thechosenmaterials withlittle evidenceof skill or effort.You are makingyour project asgood as can be.Show off 7780570360140

Students will create a magazine cover for Ancient Egypt. Students will read the provided materials about Egypt looking for aspects of the culture as it aligns to the type of magazine the student chooses to represent. For example, the magazine might be a religious magazine and so the magazine highlights Egyptian gods and goddesses. Due Dates: Developmental Worksheets: pages 1-3: Due May 1st .

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