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Lesson 18: Great Pumpkin Challenge with Photoshop CC$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Lesson 18: Great Pumpkin Challenge with Photoshop CCYour students will make a jack o’ lantern with a pumpkin image and Photoshop CC. They will use the pen tool, magic eraser, and layer styles to create a pumpkin “face” of their choice. The tutorial is 22 pages long, each step has screenshots included.
You will receive the following:
*23 page PDF step-by-step handout instructions to create a jack-o’-lantern from scratch with CC
These lessons are all high-school/adult learner tested. I have used these lessons with hundreds of students, some with thousands of students. Many of the online tutorials are meant for intermediate or more advanced users and will skip steps. I have added steps and images to make the lesson easier to follow, these are not 1 page lessons. They are between 10 (for the simple ones) and 20+ pages each! If you let me know of a step you would like added I will add it in and send you the updated file. I try to create these so my students have the least amount of questions possible.All our lessons for high school students:*Are ready to use onscreen or printed*Are a great value for your classroom
*Contain text instructions with many step-by-step screen shots *Emphasize skills needed for the technology workplace
Lesson 17: Zombie style text effect with Photoshop CC -graphic design lesson$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
This tutorial will show your students how to add a zombie-looking text effect using the text tool, smudge tool and some layer styles to make their name spooky!
Your students will have a 20 page handout with instructions on how to create this text effect. The instructions highlight how to create layers, use the smudge tool, add layer styles, and use the text tool. At the conclusion of the lesson there are 2 challenges student’s can choose from for independent practice or assign them both!
Career search using the Occupational Outlook Handbook Digital Activity – One year access$9.00 Add to cart$9.00
Career search with the online Occupational Outlook Handbook Interactive Lesson
Career search using the online Occupational Outlook Handbook, with a Microsoft Word handout and an online learning presentation (eLearning module). Presentation completely revamped with bright colors and step-by-step instructions in an interactive format.
You can follow the presentation on your screen or have each student complete the module on their computer. Absences? No problem! Just have them follow the lesson on their own and they will be able to follow along and complete the activity.
I use this handout to have my student explore career options using the online version of the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Your purchase includes a password so your students can access the file from our website EngagingTechShop.com.
Customer Service for Teens – One year access$9.00 Add to cart$9.00
Customer Service for Teens is a no-print, no-prep, interactive lesson that you can use in the classroom to teach ergonomics to your students.
You are purchasing an access code for one year. Your purchase license allows sharing the password with all your students. The password changes quarterly and you will have access to the current password for one complete year. For additional password access you can renew at the current rate, there is no auto-renewal.
Lesson 3: Edible Insects- no prep graphic design Photoshop CC lesson$3.99 Add to cart$3.99
Edible Insects with Photoshop CC
In this lesson your students will use Photoshop CC to edit a recipe card designed in Photoshop. Your student will add images and text as well as remove images plus add a drop shadow layer style or outer glow style. Then they will find a recipe with an insect as an ingredient to fill in the recipe card.
Double Exposure Effect with Photoshop CC – no prep graphic design lesson$4.99 Add to cart$4.99Double Exposure Effect with Photoshop CC – no prep graphic design lessonThis tutorial will show your students how to add a double exposure effect using layer masks, blend modes and some layers.The double exposure effect is a technique that artists and designers can use to create abstract artwork. You can see this effect used in album covers and opening titles of popular TV shows.In this tutorial your students will mimic the traditional effect in Photoshop. You will receive a 12-page PDF file, three images used in the lesson, and examples of the effect. At the conclusion of the lesson there is a challenge student’s have available for independent practice.
Ergonomics for Teens – One year access$9.00 Add to cart$9.00
Students can direct their learning using this interactive activity file via an HTML5 file your students can access on a PC, tablet or smart phone.
You can also opt to follow the presentation on your screen or have each student complete the module on their computer. Absences? No problem! Just have them follow the lesson on their own tablet, phone or PC.
The file contains over 30 slides with interactive elements such as multiple-choice questions, dragging activities, and questions with multiple answers.
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