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Graphic Design I ART ROOM ETIQUETTE

Name:__________________________ Grade: _____ Date: ____________


Mrs. Giltner, Art Teacher Hour: _________________ Class: _____________
Class Supplies
Materials you will need
Students are required to have a pencil, a sketchbook or notebook, a thumb drive
to store all work. Students are required to bring these items with them to class
everyday.
Sketchbooks will be brought to and from class everyday. Sketchbooks can be
left in the art room in the proper crate. Papers should be securely held within a
folder. Students are required to keep all handouts, notes, and assignments
in a folder until the end of the trimester. Students will receive a copy of
materials or the materials can be found online
atskylinehsgraphicdesign1.blogspot.com.
Learning Goals
1) To demonstrate familiarity with the basic tools and
techniques of page layout, illustration and photo editing
software applications.
2) To apply design and problem-solving techniques to a
variety of graphic design challenges.
3) To develop writing and image-making skills for the
expression of ideas and client needs.
4) To understand the production sequence of printing
graphics from the idea to the delivery.
5) To understand the sequence of designing, creating, and
presenting digital media.
6) To develop an awareness of careers in graphics-related
fields.
All work will be placed in the Dink Box- Drop Box at the class Blog
skylinehsgraphicdesign1.blogspot.com/p/dink-box-drop-box.html
for credit when due. Files that are not uploaded will not receive
credit. Both the Drop Box and Blog are accessible from anywhere
and anytime for information on the course.
Student Evaluation: Skyline High School Grading Scale
Letter
Grade

Percentage

4.0
GPA
SCALE

A+
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
CD+
D
DE

97 - 100
93 - 97
90 - 92
88 - 89
83 - 87
80 - 82
78 79
73 - 77
70 - 72
68 - 69
63 - 67
60 - 62
Below 60 is
Failing

4.0
4.0
3.67
3.33
3.00
2.67
2.33
2.00
1.67
1.33
1.00
0.67
0.0

Graphics Grade Weights:


1)
Projects/Class work ...................
..........70%
2)
Final Project/Exams..
..... 20%
3)
Participation
.
10%
(Participation includes: being on time, prepared for class,
participating in class discussions, cleaning-up, responsible use of
equipment & supplies, work ethic, and generally doing what you are
suppose to do everyday).
Classroom Procedures
In order to meet the aforementioned learning goals
students are expected to:
o be in class on time every day
o music with headphones only allowed at work time
o no cellphones
o be prepared for class everyday (must have a pencil
and journal everyday)
o work productively in class everyday and take
responsibility for their own work
o clean up after themselves and help to maintain the
classroom environment
o work independently when the teacher is working with
other students
Late work will be accepted when the student
discusses the situation with the teacher, otherwise late

work will be accepted with credit loss. Final deadline for all
late work is 5 school days prior to exam day (end of term).
After 5 absences it becomes difficult to know what is going
on in a lab class where most of the information is delivered
via demonstrations and lectures. In these cases, the
student will be given alternative assignments that can be
done without the missed instruction.
Students who misuse the classroom equipment or supplies
will be given alternative assignments that can be done
without the classroom equipment and supplies.
Supplies
Students will need a flash or thumb drive that will hold 8GB/16GB
or 32GB. Students will have room on the desktop in the lab but
they will need to back up their work. I will provide a journal with
graph paper.
Mastery Learning
Each student in the arts will accomplish a set of benchmarks in a
cyclical manner of learning where the students demonstrate
their ability of each skill, working towards the National
Standards.
Skyline Writing Center Website: tinyurl.com/skylinewc
The Skyline Writing Center offers free writing support to all currently
enrolled Skyline students. Writing Center tutors are highly trained
juniors and seniors that have been identified as having excellent
writing skills and teaching ability. The Writing Center is open every
hour of every day that school is in session. Writing Center tutors can
assist students at any academic level and at any stage in the writing
process from initial brainstorming to final revisions. Students may use
the Writing Centers services for writing assignments in any course
(except for world language courses). Students may also use the Writing
Center for creative writing, college essays, ACT writing preparation,
and more.
Students can visit a tutor in person in room B429 on a walk-in or
appointment basis. Appointments can be made with specific tutors at
specific times by using the Writing Center website. In-person sessions
typically last 15-20 minutes. Students can also submit their work
through the Writing Centers website for online tutoring in the Online
Writing Lab (OWL). Writing is returned in 48-72 hours with suggestions
and an invitation to visit the Writing Center for a follow-up
appointment.

Please sign, date the form below and have your child return to Mrs. Giltner as soon as
possible.

As the Parent/Guardian of _______________________________________, I agree to the


following:
(Please check all that apply to you.)
_ I have fully read the letter sent home explaining materials needed for art class.
_ My child has a camera they can bring to school and use.
_ My child needs to borrow a camera from the school. My child has permission to sign it
out and we will be responsible for its safe keeping.
_ I will contact Mrs. Giltner directly and immediately with any concerns I may have.
_ I will encourage my child to finish their assignments on time and ask about their work.
_ I will monitor my childs weekly homework assignments to ensure they are complete.
_ I would like to provide my email for communications from Mrs. Giltner as needed.

My email (please print clearly): ____________________________________________


Parent/Guardian Signature Date: ___________________________________________
Parent/Guardian Phone Number(s): __________________________________________