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A Lesson Plan in ICT8

Filter Gallery

Process Teaching
Demonstration Method
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to;
A. Cognitive
1. Memorize Filter Gallery as a Photoshop PS7 tool that can enhance images.
B. Affective
1. Practice creative skill in using the filter gallery.
2. Participate actively in the discussion.
C. Psychomotor
1. Apply artistic brush stroke and distort effect to your image to reinvent your document.

II. Subject Matter


A. TOPIC: Filter Gallery
B. CONCEPT: The filter Gallery shows different ways of applying filters:
 Brush Stroke Effects
 Distort Effects
C. SKILLS: Reinvent an image artistically, creative thinking
D. VALUES: Participation, Creativity
E. MATERIAS: PowerPoint Presentation, Pictures, Actual Objects
F. REFERENCES: Information and Communications Technology I.C.T.-8 (Graphic Design, Animation,
and Multimedia) pages 97-107

III. Procedure (Demonstration Method)


TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENTS’ ACTIVITY
1. INTRODUCTION

Preliminary Activities
 Picking up pieces of dirt - students will pick up the pieces of
 Opening Prayer paper/dirt
 Checking of Attendance -students will recite their opening
prayer
-Students will respond during the roll call
The teacher shows pictures where the
different Filter Gallery is applied.
The teacher asks;
 What can you say about the picture -some students will volunteer to answer the
posted on the board? questions
 Have you seen beautiful effects in the picture?
 Have you tried editing your picture?
2. DEVELOPMENT
A. Setting of Standards -Students will participate in defining filter
 Unlocking of Difficulties and distort
(filter, distort)
Teacher will ask;
In your own words, how do you define filter? Distort?
B. Lesson Proper
 The teacher gives the lesson through - The students will listen attentively.
powerpoint presentation
Filter Gallery ways;
 Brush Stroke Effects
*Accented Edges, Angled strokes, Crosshatch, Dark
Strokes, Ink Outlines, Spatter, Sprayed Strokes, Sumi-e
 Distort effects
*Diffuse Glow, Glass, Ocean ripple
(During the discussion, the teacher will demonstrate the - Students are expected to observed
Different kinds of brush stroke and distort effects) keenly.
C. Execution
 The teacher will call some students to try doing some - Students will participate actively
of the effects on images

3. CONCLUSION
Guide Questions;
 The teacher asks pupils to define the different effects -Students will recall and define the
discussed effects discussed in photo gallery

IV. Evaluation
 The teacher will rate the activity based on the scoring
rubrics on Learner’s Manual, p.107.
Find a picture from your picture collection or from
the web that you want to work on
(Refer to Learner’s Manual, p.106)
V. Assignment

What is the advantage of a filter effect?


What specific effect catches your interest?