Communicating through Graphic Design, Teacher’s Edition
An up-to-date look at one of the fastest-growing art career areas
By Kevin Gatta and Claire Mowbray Golding
In addition to providing a full-size student page, the annotated Teacher’s Edition is designed to help you tailor instruction to your concerns and your student’s needs. A menu of descriptive headings helps you select the Teaching Tips, Interdisciplinary Connection, Design History notes, or Internet Connections that you find most useful. The Teacher’s Edition is a valuable resource for the design classroom, and includes the following point-of-use features:
Art Criticism: Discussion Prompts and questions encourage students to describe, analyze, interpret, and judge works of art.
Aesthetics: Discussion prompts throughout the text encourage students to reason, reflect upon, and respond to works of graphic design.
National Standards: See how chapter objectives and lesson content correlate to the National Visual Arts Standards.
Special Needs / Gifted and Talented: Supplemental strategies for helping special learners master the basics and to challenge motivated and accomplished students.
Internet Connections: Use the latest technology for alternative teaching plans and assignments.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: What Is Graphic Design?
Chapter 2: The Art of Graphic Design
Chapter 3: Visualizing and Layout
Chapter 4: Identity Design
Chapter 5: Publications Design
Chapter 6: Advertising Design
Chapter 7: Environmental and Information Design
Chapter 8: Virtual Design
Tags: graphic design, high school, design, Kevin Gatta, Claire Mowbray Golding
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