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Angela Wong
Visual & Media Arts Educator

Social Cause Poster

Lesson Plan Published 2/28/17 Last updated on 5/17/19

Students will learn about and gain a deeper understanding of a social cause or social justice event/group that they have a personal interest in. Students will take their newly learned knowledge and apply it to the creation of a poster that advertises the social cause or the social justice event/group they stand for. Students will be able to apply newly acquired typographical skills along with previously learned knowledge in Photoshop and Illustrator when creating their poster.

Products
  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

  • Illustrator

    Create beautiful vector art and illustrations.

Subjects
Age Levels
Duration
1+ Week
Content Standards
Massachusetts
ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Knowledge Constructor
Expertise
Novice
Materials
  • Desktop or Laptop Computer
  • Photoshop CC
  • Illustrator CC
  • Projector
CC License
Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Ratings
5 / 5 • 5 Ratings

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Renee Gilmour

Posted on 10/1/19 1:41:58 AM Permalink

​Hi, Great lesson plan. Would you possibly be able to provide access to the following resource Typography Essentials as mentioned in your slides- the link leads to a Google Drive account.

Thanks for sharing!


Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 8/31/19 9:28:10 PM Permalink

Thanks for sharing the

Renee Dodge

Posted on 1/18/18 5:11:31 PM Permalink

Hi Angela, This is just the lesson plan I've been looking for! It would be great to download a copy of the presentation slides. Is that possible? Thank you so much for sharing this.

Revision: I just figured out how to download the file. Thank you!

Angela Wong

Posted on 6/2/18 5:02:41 PM Permalink

Wonderful! Sorry I didn't get back sooner, I was on maternity leave with a brand new baby! How did the lesson work out for you?

Dennis Whitney

Posted on 3/10/17 12:14:54 PM Permalink

​Hi Angela,

Great lesson. Thanks for sharing!

Angela Wong

Posted on 3/29/17 4:44:14 PM Permalink

You're most welcome! Things have been hectic recently with trying to make sure our yearbook gets submitted by deadline and my term is about to close (grades due!), so I haven't had the much needed opportunity to finish writing up the lesson plan. It will be updated when I'm on April vacation, so check back by April 21st! ​

Adobe Education

Posted on 3/1/17 8:00:08 PM Permalink

​Angela - this seems like a great lesson. When I click on the links to your google docs it says I have to ask permission. Could you make them viewable for those with link?

Cheers,

The AEE Team

Angela Wong

Posted on 3/8/17 2:33:13 PM Permalink

Oh, sorry about that! I was pretty sure I did that. My district's Google automatically only allows those with our email extension be able to view and others need permission. I will double check the sharing settings and adjust right away!​