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OBJECTIVE: Students will become familiar with an overview of  what some of the termanology for digital camera are.  Students will review the information at How Camera's work.  


Understanding the Basics A Filmless Camera Image Sensors
CCD vs. CMOS Sensors Resolution Resolution: Web and E-mail
Resolution: Printing Pictures Capturing Color Capturing Color: Beam Splitter

Capturing Color: Spinning Disk Capturing Color: Interpolation Capturing Color: Bayer Filter
Capturing Color: Demosaicing Algorithms Digitizing Information Photosites and Pixels
Viewing Your Pictures Storage Storage: Image Capacity

Compression Controlling Light Aperture
Shutter Speed Exposing the Sensor Lens and Focal Length
Focal Length: 35mm Equivalents Optical Zoom vs. Digital Zoom Summary

OUTCOME COMPONENT:

1.Reading foundation from information from the Internet 
2.Write from their reading a explaining what they had read
3.Give presentation to class about what they have read.
4.Create, open, use close and save daily work. 
5.Use word processing program 
6.Create, open, use close and save daily work. 
7.Save work on USB ‘smart drives’, Student folders or CDs

 

 SUCCESS INDICATORS:

  1. Finding the slected articles and read it.
  2. Understanding what they read by explaining it in their own words
  3. Oral presentation to other class members

CONTEXT/TEACHING METHODS:

Context

Digital Photography Classroom:   Students will gain an foundational understanding about digital camerias by looking up information provided at one of the web sites.  They will be assigned a section to read and understand.  They will write about the section and then make a presentation to the class about their subject area.  Students will also take notes during this section.

Teaching

Observe as students use- Microsoft Word and Browser Internet Explorer 
Assign sections to students 
Teacher observation while students:

  1. Read
  2. Write
  3. Oral presentations
  4. Provide guidance as necessary

STUDENT ACTIVITIES:

  1. Use the Internet
  2. Developing articles and their correction.
  3. Prepare oral presentation w/ notes
  4. Take notes as needed for journal.

ASSESSMENTS (AT LEAST 3 TYPES):

  1. Teacher Observation
  2. Written assignments 
  3. Oral presentations

CORRECTIVES AND ENRICHMENT:

Corrective-

Guidance while sturdents are in each of the activities.  Ask questions as necessary throughout this activity

Enrichment:

Explain what they have learned to other class mates in classes such as Yearbook class.