Today we began our day in Mr.Navaroli’s class by watching CNN student news. Later on we began discussing his components of the Museum Walk taking place on May 20th. For Mr. Navaroli’s requirements we must create a visual display of our American dream. Students are required to arrange all their museum pieces(Edwards, Hedman, Navaroli) within the space on your assigned desk (For requirements on each visual see the bottom of this blog). We concluded the class with finishing the movie being watched.
Later on we had House with Ms. Edwards! Today we got an overview on how the committees will work. Students were encouraged to sign up for their jobs if they haven”t done so already or if one of their group members missed out on having a job. Make sure your group has someone for the science display! Requirements for the science representative, in Pangs room, include setting up your board, and answering questions for viewers who may have them. We later clarified questions and concerns on the committees. It is highly encouraged that student do a well job on your committees, because it is being assessed individually, if your 3 visual displays are good on their own it can be affected by fail to participate in your committee job assigned to you. If you have concerns with what will be your assigned desk see Rocky and Samara for more information. After this announcement students were instructed to go “forth and be brilliant” and work with our committees.
May 20th Museum Visual Requirements:
Requirements for Mr. Navaroli: Include 6 photographs or visual pieces of art that represent your personal definition of your American Dream. 2 of these must be of your creation that you either created or took on your own. These pictures can be arranged in any way they would like but must be aesthetically pleasing.This visual project must be on a page of 8.5 “x 14.5”. Our material can be of any kind but cannot fail to meet the size requirement. This piece must also be able to stand on it’s own, as it cannot lie flat on the table. This does not mean that your visual must be 2-dimensional and can be made creatively by you. The last and final requirement is that the art piece should not have any captions, the visual must be able to speak for itself.
Requirement for Edwards: From inspiration from Dead Poets Society, rip any page from the English textbook and use this page to create a visual known as “Found Poetry”. This art piece is used by creating poetry by marking letters that will form a poem. This can be any representation which you please, but must be school appropriate. One requirement includes printing out a QR code, leading to our individual blogs, and pasting it somewhere in your art piece. This can also be done creatively as suggested, by incorporating the QR code as part of your art piece. Anything goes when deciding what to make your art piece on. In order to receive an AE you must show effort was being made to complete the visual.
Requirement for Hedman: For Hedman’s piece students are required to create a 3 panel pamphlet that explains what our career of choice does. This includes writing on your interest in this job, on the requirements of your career, and the income. Requirements for an AE include making it look pretty! And at all costs avoid making it look “ghetto”. This visual does not have to be in color if you choose to print several copies, but if at most you print 3 pamphlets, it would be beneficial if they are seen in color.
I hope North house has a spectacular weekend and Happy Mothers Day!