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PDF. JPEG and GIF depending on the purpose of the image. Assessment Evidence Performance Standard 1. How will you open Photoshop program? 2. printing a Photoshop image. browsing.I. and combine digital images. How to save an image in JPEG format? A. An image can be saved in TIFF. Open an existing image file using the Adobe File Browser. 5. How to save an image in Photoshop format? 5. Save an image in TIFF and JPEG format. Launch Photoshop program. menu commands. saving an image that can be use in other applications. Authentic Assessment 1. How to save an image that can still be open to other applications? 6. and panel-based features to edit images at Photoshop the steps of opening. 4. Exit Photoshop program. Label the Photoshop Workspace. 2. A file open in Photoshop can still be available to other programs by simply using the Adobe Bridge file bridge. Make a collage that will describe your personality. . Print a Photoshop image. Desired Result Content Standard Pupils will know… the ways to manipulate photos and creating a collage using Photoshop program the tools. 3. II. 2. and leaving the program after using Essential Understanding 1. saving an image in Photoshop and JPEG format. modify. Stage 2. and creating a new image. Photoshop program enables us to create. Essential Questions 1. 3. 6. How to browse an image using Adobe Bridge file browser? 3. 2. Collect and compile pictures that are made at Photoshop. How to create a new image in Photoshop? 4. It is use to adjust the color and Pixels of any digital images using the various tools that can be found in the program. Stage 1.
Learning Resources/Materials Textbook. (F) (F) (T) III. Write F if the statement is True and T if otherwise. Traditional Assessment A. Create a blank image to start a Photoshop project. Learning Activities 1.B. Photoshop can edit videos. BMP 3. Give the meaning of the following acronym. TIFF format can preserve the layers of images made. JPEG 2. 4. 3. EPS 4. 5. 1. 2. Think-Pair-and –Share. Discuss with the partner the capabilities of Photoshop. Stage 3. 2. JPEG Format is the common file format for saving Photographic Images. Image formatted in the Photoshop can be inserted to a Website. TIFF (Joint Photographic Experts Group) (Bitmap) (Encapsulated PostScript) (Tagged Image File Format) B. B. Let the pupils explore the tools at Photoshop. Computer with Photoshop program . (T) (F) 1. Instructional Plan A.
3. Show appreciation for the importance of Photoshop. 2. 2. Enumerate the features of Photoshop. the pupils should be able to: 1. Getting Started A.) C. Show images that are made at Photoshop. Discuss within the class the features of Photoshop. Show to them its capabilities. Textbook and Pictures made at Photoshop. Lesson Guides Chapter 1.IV. Learning Objectives At the end of the lesson. B. Tell the students that the images are made using the Photoshop program. Label the tools and menu commands of Photoshop. Deepen 1. Subject Matter Topic: Getting Started Working with Images Understanding Photoshop Starting Photoshop The Photoshop Workspace Opening an Image Browsing for an Image in Bridge Creating a New Image Saving in Photoshop format Saving an Image for the Use in Another Application Saving a JPEG for the Web Printing an Image Exiting Photoshop Reference: Desktop Publishing Literacy Worktext pages 3-17 D. (Teacher must save images in the disk of the computer. Instructional Materials Materials: Computer. Ask the pupils if they tried already to use Photoshop. 2. .
Instruct them on how to save JPEG format images that will allow their files to be publish on the Web. 16. Answer Lets Take a Test in Desktop Publishing Literacy Worktext on page 17. 14. 13. 17. Do Activity 1 and 2 in Desktop Publishing Literacy Laboratory Workbook. Let the students find the Adobe Photoshop program in the computer. 9. . Instruct the students to open an image from the file in Photoshop. Inform the students that not all images made at Photoshop can be use in other applications.4. Inform the students that they can create new images at Photoshop. Facilitate them on how to create new images. Let the students follow the steps on how to save an image that can be use in other applications in the computer on their Worktext book on page 14. Tell them that most images from a digital are in JPEG format. Let the students identify what they can see in the Window Screen of Photoshop. The file should be formatted to a format that can still be use in other applications. 11. Let the students browse through an existing image on the disk of the computer by using the Adobe Bridge File Browser. 10. 6. 15. The files in Photoshop are not in JPEG format. menu commands and its corresponding use in editing images. 8. Facilitate the students on how to exit Photoshop after using. Ask the students what is the format of images that are taken from a digital camera. 12. Let them name the tools. Let the students refer to the Worktext book on page 12 on how to save the created images in Photoshop format. Let the students create a simple image and save the image in Photoshop format. 7. 5. Let the students follow the steps in the Worktext book on page 15 on how to print an image made at Photoshop.
3.E. 9. (Color Palette) 6. 3. Change the resolution of an image. Use ruler and guides in editing photo. magnifying an image. (Option Bar) (Hand Tool) (Crop (Palette Well) 5. 6. adjusting an image view. Assessment A. Stage 1. 2. changing screen mode. Change the mode of the screen of the image. Desired Result Content Standard Students will know… the toolbox tools of Photoshop the methods of using the color boxes and modes the ways of changing the resolution of an image. Use the tools in the toolbox. Label the tools and menu command of Photoshop. 8. . Tool) (Clone Stamp Tool) (Image Name) 7. . Give at least 5 features of Photoshop. 4. (Toolbox) 10. (Dodge Tool) B. and managing an image window Performance Standard 1. 4. Use the Magnify tool in magnifying an image. 5. (Layer Palette) 2. Follow the steps of adjusting the view of an image in the screen. 1.
How to use the ruler and guide tools? 6. Notes 2. used for electronic text edits . the resolution and modes of the screen of an image can be change depending upon the preferences of the user. Brush 3. Use the tools in the toolbox in changing the colors that you want to change in the picture. It provides choices on what you are going to do with the image. Make a short composition about the picture and the reasons why you want that image to be edited. To enhance the appearance of an image. How to undo a certain command? 7. How to change the resolution of an image? 2. Traditional Assessment A. Crop 4. Authentic Assessment 1. 2. Stage 2. 2. II. Column A (E) (D) (A) (J) (G) 1. B. Pen Column B a. 3. How to adjust the view of an image in Photoshop Window? 4. Assessment Evidence Essential Questions 1. Draw something that will describe your best friend using any drawing tool that you are comfortable with. How to change the mode of the Window screen? 5. How to manage the Image Window? A. Blurs objects in the image d. Match the term in column A with the description at column B. Photoshop contains tools in the toolbox that will help to edit an image immediately. paint stroke of colors e. How to magnify an image in Photoshop? 3. Clone Stamp 5. displays the foreground and background color c. Choose an image that you want to edit. Color boxes of Photoshop allow the user to set the foreground and background color of an image.Essential Understanding 1. trims an image b.
Learning Resources/Materials Textbook. The History Panel enables you to correct mistakes performed in the image. Let the students draw the tools in the toolbox. 2. Instructional Plan A. selects lines that you have drawn j. How to use the rulers and guide tools of Photoshop? III. Hand 9. . in a printed image. symbolizes the drawing tools are being use. The image with 480 pixels width on-screen and a resolution of 120 pixels per inch. 3. 5. 3. Differentiate the hand and zoom tool. (Blue) (Blue) (Red) C. it appears with 4 inches width. allows on moving around within the image i. creates custom shapes h. The greater the resolution the better the image looks like on the printed image. duplicates an area of an image B. Blur 10. Zoom f. 4.(I) (B) (H) (C) (F) 6. Computer with Photoshop Program . B. The Zoom tool changes the magnification of an image. Essay Answer the questions briefly. Show to the class how to manage the Window of Photoshop. Write Blue if the statement is correct and Red if otherwise. 3. Learning Activities 1. (Red) (Blue) 1. Path Selection 7. Stage 3. (Answers may vary) 1. Color Boxes 8. How to use the hidden tools in editing an image? 2. magnifies or reduces the display of images g. 2. Demonstrate how to change the resolution of an image.
Label the tools in the toolbox. Deepen 1. Cite the importance of the tools in the toolbox. Learning Objectives At the end of the lesson. the pupils should be able to: 1. Understanding Photoshop Basic A. Tell the students how to close and reopen the toolbox. Drawing and Selection tools. Assisting tools. . Lesson Guides Chapter 2. Let the students launch Photoshop program. Instruct the students on how to select the tools in the toolbox in editing an image. Let them familiarize Alteration tools. 2.IV. Textbook C. Use the tools in the toolbox in editing an image. and Color Boxes and Modes. Subject Matter Topic: Understanding Photoshop Basic Introducing the Photoshop Toolbox Working With Toolbox Tools Changing the Resolution of an Image Magnifying With the Zoom Tool Adjusting Views Changing Screen Modes Using Rulers and Guides Undoing Commands Managing Image Windows Reference: Desktop Publishing Desktop Publishing Literacy Worktext pages 19-29 D. B. Instructional Materials Materials: Computer with Photoshop Program. Selection tools. 3. 3. 2.
what is the tool that they are using to keep the alignment of the drawing. 11. Ask the students when they are drawing. Answer Let’s Take a Test in Desktop Publishing Literacy Worktext on page 30. 10. 8. Let them discuss within their group mate the following questions. Inform the students that they can manage their Window. Facilitate the pupils on how to undo command in editing an image. 12. They can look at the image in the Window in any position that they want.4. 13. vertically or by cascade. 9. Let them find the Ruler and Guides in the toolbox. 15. Ask the students what is the importance of changing the resolution of an image. and how does it affect the image. Do Activity 4. it has also Ruler that will guide in editing an image. Group the students into 3 members in each group. 5 and 7 in the Desktop Publishing Literacy Workbook. Let the students change the resolution of an image by following the steps in the Worktext on page 23. 14. Ask the students what they are going to do when they want to return to original size of an image after magnifying it. Inform the students that in Photoshop. Let the students manage the Image Window by following the steps on the Worktext on page 29. How to measure the dimension of an image? How to close the toolbox of Photoshop? How to adjust an image to be seen in the whole Window screen? How to magnify an image edited in Photoshop? How to switch screen mode of their computer to full screen? 7. 6. The image can be arranged horizontally. . 5. Let the students demonstrate how to change the mode of the screen full screen.
8. How to crop an image at Photoshop? 2. How to use Rectangle Marquee Tool? 3. Add selection to an image. 3. using Magic Wand Tool. Adding and Subtracting Image selection Performance Standard 1. Use Quick Mask Mode in editing. Use Magic Wand Tool in removing an image to its background. Assessment A. 4. How to select to be edited in an image Essential Understanding 1. 5. How to edit an image using the Quick Mask Mode? 5. Desired Result Content Standard Pupils will know… the methods of cropping an image the ways of using the Quick Mask Mode. The Quick Mask Mode protects other areas of an image to be edited by coloring . Use Marquee tools in selecting an image. 2. 5. 3. What are the kinds of Lasso tool? How to use each tool? 6. 2. Essential Questions 1. Use Lasso tool in moving object. 6.E. Cite the importance of the different tools in the toolbox Stage 1. 6. 9. How to move an image using an Elliptical Tool? 4. 3. Label the tools in the toolbox. 7. 10. (Sliced) (Magic Wand) (Lasso) (Dodge) (Gradient) B. Through cropping an image the unnecessary part of the picture can be removed. Crop an image at Photoshop. using Lasso Tool. An image in Photoshop can be added with another image and can subtract selected part of the image using the appropriate tools. 1. 4. (Notes) (Move) (Art history Brush) (Marquee) (Eyedropper) 2.
(Magic Wand Tool) (Selection Tools) (Brush Tool) B. II. Stage 2. . It is use to adjust previously selected area in a Quick Mask Mode. change the underline word to make the statement correct. The Lasso tool is use to create a selection made up of many straight lines easily. Authentic Assessment using the Magic Wand Tool? 1. Modified True or False Write True if the statement is correct and F if otherwise. Make a collage that will show the kind of person you are 15 years from now. Make your own title. and Magic Wand Tools can be use in editing an image depending on the selection. A tool use to create curved or jagged selections. Lasso. The Marquee. Traditional Assessment A. B. It is use to add or subtract from the selection. Each tool has a unique feature in editing an image. (Polygonal Lasso Tool) 2. 2. 4. It allows to select groups of similarly colored pixels. (True) 1. Assessment Evidence A. 5. The Crop Tool can be use in removing unneeded space on the top. Identification Identify the term being describe in each sentence. It is an editing mode in which protected areas are covered with a translucent colored mask. bottom and sides f the image.it with translucent colored mask. 4. (Regular Lasso tool) (Quick Mask mode) 1. 3.
Crop an image. Lesson Guides Chapter 3. B. the pupils should be able to: 1. and 3. 2. Selection is necessary for it will define the output. Use Lasso and Magic Wand tool in moving a selection. A. B. (True) 5. (Lasso Tool) 4. Learning Activities 1. Learning Resources/Materials Textbook. Stage 3. 2. the user shall select the part of an image to be edited. Let the students find a partner and help each other on how to use the Marquee and Lasso tool in adding and moving a selection. Computer with Photoshop program IV. III. you must inverse the selection before making any adjustment. Let the students save images in their USB Flash Disk. Textbook . Use the Quick Mask Mode in editing. Instructional Materials Materials: Computer. Using the masking technique. Learning Objectives At the end of the lesson. The Magnetic tool is use to create oddly shaped selections. The tolerance value of 0 to 255 will help to control how the tool will make the selection. Making Selection To start editing.(True) 3. Instructional Plan A.
5. Deepen 1. Let them show how to use the Quick Mask Mode. if they tried to crop an image using any program. Subject Matter Topic: Making Selection Cropping an Image The Quick Mask Mode Selecting With Marquee Tool Selecting With Lasso Tool Selecting With Magic Wand Adding To or Subtracting From A Selection Reference: Desktop Publishing Worktext pages 31-38 D. Allow them to customize the tools if it doesn’t fit to the image to be edited. Let the students choose an image in their USB Flash Disk. Ask the students. 3. 8. Let them demonstrate how to use the Rectangle and Elliptical Marquee Tool and show how to customize each tool. Allow the students to crop an image. . Let other groups to report the Marquee Tools. Let the reporter compare the Rectangle and Elliptical Marquee Tool. 4. 2. Let them select an image using the Marquee Tools. Let the other group to report on how to use the Quick Mask Mode in Editing an image.C. Let the students to ask some clarifications to the reporter on how the process is being done. Assign the topics to every group to demonstrate to the class. Group the students into three members in each group. with their choice of a picture that they want to crop. 7. Let one group demonstrate to the class on how to crop an image by referring to their Worktext book on page 32. 6. Let the students do the Activity in the Laboratory Workbook on page 5-6 to master in editing using the Quick Mask Mode.
Assessment Hands-on test Do the following: 1. 4. 13 and 14 in Desktop Publishing Literacy Workbook. Let them differentiate the Regular and Polygonal Lasso. Use Quick Mask Mode. Let them demonstrate on how to use the Magic Wand. E. 12. Use Lasso or Magic Wand tool in moving the image. let them select part of the image using the Lasso Tool. Answer Lets Take a Test in Desktop Publishing Literacy Worktext on page 38. Save the image in Photoshop format. Let the other group to report how to use the Magic Wand in Selecting a part of the image to work on.9. its capabilities and limitations upon using and how to make sure that the color of the selection appears. Let other groups to report Add and Subtract Selection. 14. Choose two images that you want to combine. 11. Let them show how to expand and contract a selection. 5. 10. 13. Let the students choose a picture. Save your work. 6. Let the pupils do the activity on the Worktext on page 37. 2. Combine the two images. Do Activity 12. add selection and subtract from a selection. Let the show how to use each tool and to undo selection. 15. . 3. Let the other group to report the Lasso Tool.
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