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Math in CTE, Software and App Design, Software & App Design: Math: Operators and Expressions

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In this lesson the students will:Define terminology.Create equations in code that correctly apply arithmetic operations to calculate answers.  Visit the CTE Programs with Embedded Academics page from ADE CTE for more information about embedded academic credit.Math for high school credit in Career and Technical Education (CTE) is at the core of several CTE Programs, enabling students to work with precise measurements, analyze data, and understand complex technical concepts. By integrating math into the CTE curriculum, educators equip students with the necessary mathematical skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen professions and adapt to evolving technologies in their respective fields.The State Board of Education recognizes six CTE programs eligible for MATHEMATICS - 1.0 High School Math Credit to be counted as a 4th year Math Credit including Software & App Design.

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Author: AZCTECC .

Math in CTE, Software and App Design, Software & App Design: Linear Inequalities Using Relational Operators

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In this lesson the students will:Define terminology.Demonstrate understanding of relational operators.Model situations with an inequality.  Visit the CTE Programs with Embedded Academics page from ADE CTE for more information about embedded academic credit.Math for high school credit in Career and Technical Education (CTE) is at the core of several CTE Programs, enabling students to work with precise measurements, analyze data, and understand complex technical concepts. By integrating math into the CTE curriculum, educators equip students with the necessary mathematical skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen professions and adapt to evolving technologies in their respective fields.The State Board of Education recognizes six CTE programs eligible for MATHEMATICS - 1.0 High School Math Credit to be counted as a 4th year Math Credit including Software & App Design.

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Author: AZCTECC .

Math in CTE, Software and App Design, Software & App Design: Graphics and Translations

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In this lesson the students will:Define terminology.Construct circles at various locations on the graphics canvas screen using (X, Y) coordinates and translate a circle on a drawing canvas.  Visit the CTE Programs with Embedded Academics page from ADE CTE for more information about embedded academic credit.Math for high school credit in Career and Technical Education (CTE) is at the core of several CTE Programs, enabling students to work with precise measurements, analyze data, and understand complex technical concepts. By integrating math into the CTE curriculum, educators equip students with the necessary mathematical skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen professions and adapt to evolving technologies in their respective fields.The State Board of Education recognizes six CTE programs eligible for MATHEMATICS - 1.0 High School Math Credit to be counted as a 4th year Math Credit including Software & App Design.

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Author: AZCTECC .

Graphic Design Curriculum Year 1, Design Theory, Graphic Design Curriculum, Design Theory, Principles Dice Project, Lesson 4 Unit 8 YR 1

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Student will: Apply principles of design in creating a unique and original work, Create thumbnail sketches to plan the final design, Demonstrate skill in using industry level software to create the final design, Demonstrate craftsmanship and skill in the final design, and Prepare graphic assets for print using correct color modes and file types. 

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Author: AZCTECC .

Graphic Design Curriculum Year 1, Design Theory, Graphic Design Curriculum, Design Theory, Examining Our Differences, Lesson 5 Unit 8 YR 1

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Student will: Participate in the daily analysis of works of art to discover how artists communicate the human condition in their work, Choose a topic that speaks to the human condition that is personal to the artist and create an awareness poster about that topic, Create a poster design that utilizes elements, principles and subject to communicate the student’s idea, without using words, Use the creative process to design a poster that clearly communicates a message of awareness on a chosen topic, Demonstrate proficiency in digital art creation and application of elements and principles of design, and Prepare graphic assets for print using correct color modes and file types. 

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Author: AZCTECC .

Graphic Design and Print Production Fundamentals

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This textbook -- written by a group of select experts with a focus on different aspects of the design process, from creation to production -- addresses the many steps of creating and then producing physical, printed, or other imaged products that people interact with on a daily basis. It covers the concept that, while most modern graphic design is created on computers using design software, the ideas and concepts don’t stay on the computer. The ideas need to be completed in the computer software, then progress to an imaging (traditionally referred to as printing) process. Keywords are highlighted throughout and summarized in a Glossary at the end of the book, and each chapter includes exercises and suggested readings.

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Graphic Design Curriculum Year 1, Design Theory, Graphic Design Curriculum, Design Theory, Designing With Elements, Lesson 2 Unit 8 YR 1

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Student will:Identify elements of design (e.g., line, shape, form, texture, pattern, color, value, space, and size).Apply elements of design in creating a unique and original work.Create thumbnail sketches to plan the final design.Demonstrate skill in using industry level software to create final design.Demonstrate craftsmanship and skill in the final design.

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Author: AZCTECC .

Graphic Design Curriculum Year 2, Collaborative Project 1, PROJECT - Graphic Design Collaborative Project 1, Project: Designing Your Food Truck

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Student will:Collaborate to develop a brand identity for a food truck that includes cuisine, mission statement, name, style, color schemes, typefaces and logo.Apply historical styles and concepts to the development of their brand.Design a responsive logo for the food truck that can be applied to various assets in the brand.Design variety of assets that are unified and in-brand with the food truck including  vehicle wrap, packaging design, menu, photo-based advertisement, and uniform.Print and assemble assets for physical display and prepare digital versions for digital portfolio display.

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Author: AZCTECC .

Graphic Design Curriculum Year 1, Illustrator Basics, PROJECT - Graphic Design Monogram Logo Lesson 10 Unit 6 Y1

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In this lesson, the students will:Create a digital version of a previous monogram logo design.Demonstrate proficiency in choosing and applying appropriate Illustrator tools for project design.Explore various layouts for adding their name to the monogram logo.Create several variations of the monogram logo layout to be used on several different assets.Demonstrate correct file type usage and file organization skills.Evaluate their own work and the work of their peers providing constructive feedback on in-progress and final work.

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Author: AZCTECC .

Graphic Design Curriculum Year 1, Illustrator Basics, PROJECT - Graphic Design Cactus Graphic Icon Lesson 5 Unit 6 Y1

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In this project students will:Identify highlights, shadows and midtones in the image and apply those concepts in color in a design.Demonstrate proficiency in utilizing shape, shape builder, and pathfinder tools in Illustrator.Create a vector graphic of a cactus using appropriate tools in Illustrator.Demonstrate correct file type usage and file organization skills.Evaluate their own work and the work of their peers by providing constructive feedback on in-progress and final work.

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Author: AZCTECC .