• Friday, April 24th

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 8:00:00 AM

    Happy Friday y'all,

    What a beautiful week we had, eve the rain today is beautiful. I hope you are all well and have something fun planned for this weekend.

     

    Firstly, please check out the *EVERYONE* page on this website. This week there is a great whole school art installation and I would like each of you to make something for this project, so check it out!!!

     

    Now on to the art of the day...scroll down to find your grade.

     

     

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  • 3rd grade-blanket forts

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 7:45:00 AM

    Hello 3rd graders,

    Happy Friday!

     

    On to today for y'all, it's a great day, a perfect day, to make an indoor fort!

     

    **But first check with a parent or guardian about where you can make a fort and what you can use to make a fort!!**

     

    Then....You can make your fort with everyday household items like blankets, sheets, chairs, and curtain rods. Start by building a fort frame. Then, close off your fort to the outside world by draping blankets over it. Throw in a few pillows and blankets for added coziness, for a fun afternoon.

     

    Here are instructions for a great quick fort (thank you wikihow) that then you can build out further if you want to.

     

    Part1

    Building a Basic Fort

    1. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 1
      1
      Make 2 rows of chairs with the backs facing each other. Chairs are a great option because their backs provide a high fort ceiling. Position the rows in front of a sofa, bed, or wall if you want the fort to be enclosed on the back side. Space the rows of chairs about 4 to 6 ft (1.2 to 1.8 m) apart depending on the size of your blanket.[1]
      • If you don’t have chairs to support your fort, see what other sturdy items are in the room. Laundry hampers, ottomans, and boxes can serve as fort building materials. Place the items side-by-side if you need to use multiple pieces to create the fort.[2]
      • You can use furniture of different heights to create high and low places in the fort, which makes it extra fun to crawl around inside. Make sure to choose furniture items that are tall enough so you will be able to crawl or sit under the blankets in the fort.

      Tip: Your blanket fort will need to have enough room for you to crawl and play in, so choose an area with plenty of space and avoid blocking doorways. The living room, dining room, or bedroom are all good options.

       
    2. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 2
      2
      Place blankets and pillows on the floor of the fort to make it comfortable. Fold a comforter in half and lay it down or layer a few blankets to add cushioning to the bottom the fort. Then, place several cushions or pillows around the edges of the fort.[3]
      • You can also place extra blankets or sleeping bags in the fort to cover yourself up.
      • If the ceiling of your fort is high enough, you could even place a few low chairs or stools in the fort, such as bean bag chairs or ottomans.
       
    3. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 3
      3
      Drape a sheet or blanket over the furniture pieces. Drape a large sheet or blanket over the top of the fort so that it goes over the edges of the furniture. Pull the blanket or sheet taut so that it is not drooping down in the center of the fort’s ceiling.[4]
      • Layer more than 1 sheet or blanket over the furniture to provide a darker environment inside of the fort.
      • Use a light-colored sheets to allow some light into the inside of the fort, or use a dark-colored sheet or blanket to make it darker in the fort.
       
    4. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 4
      4
      Secure the blankets with heavy objects or clothespins. The edges of the blanket will eventually slip off the furniture if you do not weigh them down. Grab a few books or other heavy objects and place them on the edges of the blanket. Clothes pins may be enough to secure the edges of a sheet on some types of furniture. For example, if you are using a couch as part of your fort base, then clip the sheet edge to the fabric on the couch using a clothes pin.[5]
      • Propping large pillows or couch cushions against the fort’s framework can also help to secure the blankets.

     

     Here is a video for a fort like the one above, then they added on a bit, check it out.. fort 

     

    O.K.., go make a cool, comfy fort and color, draw, read, do math in it. Oh, and take a nap of course! 

    I'm doing all that in my blanket fort today!! 

    fort

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  • 6th grade-self portrait/PhotoSpeak

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 7:30:00 AM

    Hello 6th graders,

    I trust y'all had a wonderful three day weekend. And now it's Friday...yeah!!!

     

    Firstly, go check out the *EVERYONE* page. This weeks whole school art project is a great one and I hope everyone makes something...go check it out!

     

    Now on to the art of the day....

     

    For this weeks assignment you will need to draw an amazing self portrait ( MUST DRAW ), ask a parent or guardian if you can download the free app, photospeak, on their phone, a picture of your self portrait, upload that photo to the app and turn you self portrait into a talking drawing.

     

    Lets break this assignment down into steps.

    1. The most important part...Draw a self portrait- a line drawing.

    You can use a mirror or a picture of yourself you like. You can even take a picture on a phone and use that picture to draw from. That's what I did.

    **quick review of facial proportions....

    face

    There are lots of good details in that review, don't forget your hair. The hair come down the head, look at the last picture of the person on the review sheet, check out the dotted line for the hair line.

     

    2. Shade in your line drawing.

    O.K.., now you have a line drawing of yourself, lets shade it in just using pencil. Really look to see where your face is lighter, brighter, draw those areas lighter. See if there are areas where your face or parts of your face are in shadow, draw those areas darker. This is learning how to see like an artist sees.

    face shade

    On this drawing of a boy, notice how the right side of his face is darker, the hair on the right side of his head is dark, the middle of his face is the lightest, all the parts that stick out are very light, the nose, forehead, cheeks, chin. The left side of his face is slightly darker than the center but much lighter than the right side. Really look at your picture you are working from, or really look in the mirror and see if you can see these differences in light and dark. 

    3. Download the app.

    Ask a parent or guardian if you can download the free app photospeak. If you have your own phone, use that to download the app, but check with a parent or guardian to make sure it is cool you are downloading an app.

    4. Upload your picture into the app

    ....open the app and press the person icon. There you will see options. A camera means take a picture, so here you can take a picture of your drawing. Press use photo if you like it, if not take another picture. Once you have pressed use photo, your photo of your self portrait it will pop up with some line drawings of eyes and three dots over your mouth. With your finger you can move the eyes over your eyes and use the controls at the bottom to make the line eyes the same shape as your eyes, same with the mouth, move the three dots to mimic the shape of your mouth. When you are happy with both eyes and your mouth press the check mark in the upper left corner of the app.

     

    5. Recording a message.

    Now you are back to the main page of this app. If you press on the camera icon and press the red dot it will start recording. You have about 10 seconds to record. Press the gray square to stop recording and up will pop a box for you to name the voice file. Press OK and you have named and saved your photospeak image with the voice recording. If you go back and press the camera icon again, on the left  there is a circle with three lines, this is where all your named recordings are kept. Your recording should be a positive message, tell me a joke, or tell me bout your day, or give me an idea for the next art project....

    Now, if you press the gear icon next to the person icon you can change the tone of your voice, length of message and mouth movement. Play around and get a feel for this.

     

    6. Send me your photospeak.

    Your assignment, draw a self portrait with shading, upload that drawing to photospeak, record a message, a positive message, a fun message, a message about what you want the next art project to be, and sent it to me at lmagnarelli@wtisbury.org

     

    Awesome. I am so excited to see what y'all do. I am looking forward to amazing self portraits, take your time here, and fun, funny messages.

     

     

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  • Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 7:00:00 AM

    Hello Thursday Art People,

    I trust you had a good week, thankfully it was sunny yesterday. I hope you got outside a bit.

     

    Please check out the *EVERYONE* page on my website. It's a great, whole school are installation. I would love all of you to make something for the project!

     

    O.K.., on to the art of the day....

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  • 1st grade-blanket forts

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 6:00:00 AM

    Hello 1st graders,

    I hope you are all well and healthy and getting outside to play a bit.

     

    Firstly, please check out the *EVERYBODY* page on this website. This week there is a great whole school art installation and I would like each of you to make something for this project, so check it out!!!

     

    On to today for y'all, it's a great day, a perfect day, to make an indoor fort!

     

    **But first check with a parent or guardian about where you can make a fort and what you can use to make a fort!!**

     

    Then....You can make your fort with everyday household items like blankets, sheets, chairs, and curtain rods. Start by building a fort frame. Then, close off your fort to the outside world by draping blankets over it. Throw in a few pillows and blankets for added coziness, for a fun afternoon.

     

    Here are instructions for a great quick fort (thank you wikihow) that then you can build out further if you want to.

     

    Part1

    Building a Basic Fort

    1. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 1
      1
      Make 2 rows of chairs with the backs facing each other. Chairs are a great option because their backs provide a high fort ceiling. Position the rows in front of a sofa, bed, or wall if you want the fort to be enclosed on the back side. Space the rows of chairs about 4 to 6 ft (1.2 to 1.8 m) apart depending on the size of your blanket.[1]
      • If you don’t have chairs to support your fort, see what other sturdy items are in the room. Laundry hampers, ottomans, and boxes can serve as fort building materials. Place the items side-by-side if you need to use multiple pieces to create the fort.[2]
      • You can use furniture of different heights to create high and low places in the fort, which makes it extra fun to crawl around inside. Make sure to choose furniture items that are tall enough so you will be able to crawl or sit under the blankets in the fort.

      Tip: Your blanket fort will need to have enough room for you to crawl and play in, so choose an area with plenty of space and avoid blocking doorways. The living room, dining room, or bedroom are all good options.

       
    2. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 2
      2
      Place blankets and pillows on the floor of the fort to make it comfortable. Fold a comforter in half and lay it down or layer a few blankets to add cushioning to the bottom the fort. Then, place several cushions or pillows around the edges of the fort.[3]
      • You can also place extra blankets or sleeping bags in the fort to cover yourself up.
      • If the ceiling of your fort is high enough, you could even place a few low chairs or stools in the fort, such as bean bag chairs or ottomans.
       
    3. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 3
      3
      Drape a sheet or blanket over the furniture pieces. Drape a large sheet or blanket over the top of the fort so that it goes over the edges of the furniture. Pull the blanket or sheet taut so that it is not drooping down in the center of the fort’s ceiling.[4]
      • Layer more than 1 sheet or blanket over the furniture to provide a darker environment inside of the fort.
      • Use a light-colored sheets to allow some light into the inside of the fort, or use a dark-colored sheet or blanket to make it darker in the fort.
       
    4. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 4
      4
      Secure the blankets with heavy objects or clothespins. The edges of the blanket will eventually slip off the furniture if you do not weigh them down. Grab a few books or other heavy objects and place them on the edges of the blanket. Clothes pins may be enough to secure the edges of a sheet on some types of furniture. For example, if you are using a couch as part of your fort base, then clip the sheet edge to the fabric on the couch using a clothes pin.[5]
      • Propping large pillows or couch cushions against the fort’s framework can also help to secure the blankets.

     

     Here is a video for a fort like the one above, then they added on a bit, check it out.. fort 

     

    O.K.., go make a cool, comfy fort and color, draw, read, do math in it. Oh, and take a nap of course! 

    I'm doing all that in my blanket fort today!! 

    fort

    .

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  • 4th grade-portrait/PhotoSpeak/poem

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 4:00:00 AM

    Hello 4th graders,

     

    I hope you are well.  Before we get going on this weeks 4th grade art I would love all of you to go over to the *EVERYONE* page on my webpage and please participate in a school wide art project!!!!

     

    Now that you are back from the *EVERYONE* page, lets get going on 4th grade art today.....

     

    For this weeks assignment you will need to draw an amazing self portrait (MUST DRAW), ask a parent or guardian if you can download the free app, PhotoSpeak, on their phone, take a picture of the self portrait you drew, upload that photo to the app and turn you self portrait into a talking drawing. The talking bit is going to be a poem you write about yourself. 

     

    WOW, that's a lot.

    Lets break this assignment down into steps.

    1. The most important part...Draw a portrait or a self portrait- a line drawing.

    You can use a mirror or a picture of yourself you like. You can even take a picture on a phone and use that picture to draw from. But this is the most important part of the art project, the drawing, so here is a smidgen of a review of facial proportions. Slow down, y'all got this.

    **quick review of facial proportions....

    face

    There are lots of good details in that review. The one thing they did not talk about was the hair, don't forget the hair. The hair come down the head, look at the last picture on the review sheet, check out the dotted line for the hair line. The hair really does come down that far.

     

    2. Shade in your line drawing.

    O.K...., now you have a line drawing of yourself or someone else, lets shade it in just using pencil. Really look to see where your face is lighter, brighter, draw those areas lighter. See if there are areas where your face, or parts of your face, are in shadow, draw those areas darker. This is learning how to see like an artist sees.

    face shade

    On this drawing of a boy, notice how the right side of his face is darker, the hair on the right side of his head is dark, the middle of his face is the lightest, all the parts that stick out are very light, the nose, forehead, cheeks, chin. The left side of his face is slightly darker than the center but much lighter than the right side. Really look at your picture you are working from, or really look in the mirror and see if you can see these differences in light and dark. 

    3. Write a poem.

    You are going to write an "I AM"poem. The template is below, just fill. in the black with the best word that fits for you.i am

    4. Download the app.

    Ask a parent or guardian if you can download the free app PhotoSpeak. If you have your own phone, use that to download the app, but check with a parent or guardian to make sure it is cool you are downloading an app.

    5. Upload your picture into the app

    ....open the app and press the person icon. There you will see options. A camera means take a picture, so here you can take a picture of your drawing. Press use photo if you like it, if not, take another picture. Once you have pressed use photo, a photo of your drawing it will pop up with some line drawings of eyes and three dots over your mouth. With your finger you can move the eyes over your eyes and use the controls at the bottom of the screen to make the line eyes the same shape as your eyes, same with the mouth, move the three dots to mimic the shape of your mouth. When you are happy with both eyes and your mouth press the check mark in the upper left corner of the app.

     

    6. Recording the poem.

    Now you are back to the main page of this app. If you press on the camera icon and press the red dot it will start recording. Press the gray square to stop recording and up will pop a box for you to name the voice file. Press OK and you have named and saved your PhotoSpeak voice recording. If you go back and press the camera icon again, on the left there is a circle with three lines, this is where all your named recordings are kept. Remember, your recording will be your poem. Now, if you press the gear icon next to the person icon you can change the tone of your voice, talkback duration( i don't know what that means.lol) and mouth movement. Play around and get a feel for this.

     

    7. Send me your PhotoSpeak.

    Your assignment: draw a self portrait with shading, upload that drawing to PhotoSpeak, record your poem, and sent it to me at lmagnarelli@wtisbury.org

     

     

    Awesome. I am so excited to see what y'all do. I am looking forward to amazing artwork and fun, funny,incredible poetry!!

     

    Be well, y'all.

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  • 7th grade-School's Out

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/23/2020 4:00:00 AM

    Hello 7th graders,

    I hope you are well and getting outdoors and enjoying the great weather!

     

    Firstly, please check out the *EVERYONE* page on this website. This week there is a great whole school art installation and I would like each of you to make something for this project, so check it out!!!

     

    O.K.., on to School's Out!!!

     

    As you may have figured, things are a bit different this year and so is School's Out.

    Al And Amy will be getting in touch with you soon about the writing and computer part of school's out and today we are doing the art part, the cover.

    Traditionally, the cover of School's Out has been black and white (with one exception) but this year, because it will not be printed as a physical newspaper, the cover can be color again. A color cover looks amazing, I am very excited to see what y'all do.

     

    Here are the parameters, or the do's and don't's of School's Out cover.....

     

    You will need two pieces of regular 8 1/2 x 11 printer paper orientated horizontally.

    paper

     

     The first piece of paper we will call above the fold. In newspaper language this is the front of the news paper that you see when the paper is folded and stacked at the store. Above the fold has all of the most important information on it.

    What must be above the fold:

    The words School's Out spelled correctly. Folks need to know the name of the newspaper

    The word FREE spelled correctly. Folks need to know they can just grab this paper and not pay for it, or not pay for the app.

    The words A Kid's Guide To Martha's Vineyard spelled correctly. Folks need to know who this paper is written for, who is your audience.

    The year 2020. Folks need to know it is current.

     

    so1 so2 so3 so4

     

    The second piece of paper is called below the fold, it still has important information on it but not as important as the info above the fold.

     

    What must be below the fold:

    The words Created by the West Tisbury School 7th Graders spelled correctly.

    You must measure out a rectangle approximately 3 1/2x5 inches in size. This blank space will be used for a class photo.

    sob1 sob2 sob3

    Lastly, you must have cover art. What is the idea or theme that is going to hold together all the information above? Your cover art should extend to below the fold. Or the cover art should cover the entire front page of the paper, above the fold as well as below the fold.

    sofull

     

     

     

    *Start in pencil so you can erase if needed.

    *Double check that you have all the MUSTs and they are spelled correctly.

    *Color in your cover completely, use any material you want to color in the cover.

    Take a great photo of your work and sent it to me.

     **This is due in two weeks**

    Y'all are super creative and amazing artists, I am excited to see your covers.  Email me if you have questions or want feedback.

    Have fun and have a great weekend.

     

     

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  • Wednesday April 22nd, 2020

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/22/2020 7:00:00 AM

    Hello Wednesday Art People,

    I hope you are all well.

     Please heck out the *EVERYONE* page on my website. There is an art project for the entire school and I would love it if y"all participated this week.

     

    Now on to the art of the day...scroll down and find your grade!!

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  • 2nd grade-blanket forts

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/22/2020 5:00:00 AM

    Hello 2nd graders,

     

    I do hope you are all happy and healthy. I miss seeing you every week in art, but it is wonderful to see your faces on zoom once in a while.

     

    First, please go check out the *EVERYONE* page. There is a great, whole school art project I would love everyone to participate in. Check it out. 

     

    On to today for y'all, it's a great day, a perfect day, to make an indoor fort!

     

    **But first check with a parent or guardian about where you can make a fort and what you can use to make a fort!!**

     

    Then....You can make your fort with everyday household items like blankets, sheets, chairs, and curtain rods. Start by building a fort frame. Then, close off your fort to the outside world by draping blankets over it. Throw in a few pillows and blankets for added coziness, for a fun afternoon.

     

    Here are instructions for a great quick fort (thank you wikihow) that then you can build out further if you want to.

     

    Part1

    Building a Basic Fort

    1. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 1
      1
      Make 2 rows of chairs with the backs facing each other. Chairs are a great option because their backs provide a high fort ceiling. Position the rows in front of a sofa, bed, or wall if you want the fort to be enclosed on the back side. Space the rows of chairs about 4 to 6 ft (1.2 to 1.8 m) apart depending on the size of your blanket.[1]
      • If you don’t have chairs to support your fort, see what other sturdy items are in the room. Laundry hampers, ottomans, and boxes can serve as fort building materials. Place the items side-by-side if you need to use multiple pieces to create the fort.[2]
      • You can use furniture of different heights to create high and low places in the fort, which makes it extra fun to crawl around inside. Make sure to choose furniture items that are tall enough so you will be able to crawl or sit under the blankets in the fort.

      Tip: Your blanket fort will need to have enough room for you to crawl and play in, so choose an area with plenty of space and avoid blocking doorways. The living room, dining room, or bedroom are all good options.

       
    2. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 2
      2
      Place blankets and pillows on the floor of the fort to make it comfortable. Fold a comforter in half and lay it down or layer a few blankets to add cushioning to the bottom the fort. Then, place several cushions or pillows around the edges of the fort.[3]
      • You can also place extra blankets or sleeping bags in the fort to cover yourself up.
      • If the ceiling of your fort is high enough, you could even place a few low chairs or stools in the fort, such as bean bag chairs or ottomans.
       
    3. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 3
      3
      Drape a sheet or blanket over the furniture pieces. Drape a large sheet or blanket over the top of the fort so that it goes over the edges of the furniture. Pull the blanket or sheet taut so that it is not drooping down in the center of the fort’s ceiling.[4]
      • Layer more than 1 sheet or blanket over the furniture to provide a darker environment inside of the fort.
      • Use a light-colored sheets to allow some light into the inside of the fort, or use a dark-colored sheet or blanket to make it darker in the fort.
       
    4. Image titled Make a Blanket Fort Step 4
      4
      Secure the blankets with heavy objects or clothespins. The edges of the blanket will eventually slip off the furniture if you do not weigh them down. Grab a few books or other heavy objects and place them on the edges of the blanket. Clothes pins may be enough to secure the edges of a sheet on some types of furniture. For example, if you are using a couch as part of your fort base, then clip the sheet edge to the fabric on the couch using a clothes pin.[5]
      • Propping large pillows or couch cushions against the fort’s framework can also help to secure the blankets.

     

     Here is a video for a fort like the one above, then they added on a bit, check it out.. fort 

     

    O.K.., go make a cool, comfy fort and color, draw, read, do math in it. Oh, and take a nap of course! 

    I'm doing all that in my blanket fort today!! 

    fort

     

     

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  • 4th grade-portrait/PhotoSpeak/poem

    Posted by Lisa Magnarelli on 4/22/2020 4:00:00 AM

    Hello 4th graders,

     

    I hope you are well.  Before we get going on this weeks 4th grade art I would love all of you to go over to the *EVERYONE* page on my webpage and please participate in a school wide art project!!!!

     

    Now that you are back from the *EVERYONE* page, lets get going on 4th grade art today.....

     

    For this weeks assignment you will need to draw an amazing portrait or self portrait (MUST DRAW), ask a parent or guardian if you can download the free app, PhotoSpeak, on their phone, take a picture of the portrait or self portrait you drew, upload that photo to the app and turn you self portrait into a talking drawing. The talking bit is going to be a poem you write about yourself if you drew a self portrait, or the person you drew if you drew a portrait.

     

    WOW, that's a lot.

    Lets break this assignment down into steps.

    1. The most important part...Draw a portrait or a self portrait- a line drawing.

    You can use a mirror or a picture of yourself you like. You can even take a picture on a phone and use that picture to draw from. You can find a picture in a magazine or on the internet of someone you respect and look up to like an inventor or a musician, or your parent or guardian, or a sibling. But this is the most important part of the art project, the drawing, so here is a smidgen of a review of facial proportions. Slow down, y'all got this.

    **quick review of facial proportions....

    face

    There are lots of good details in that review. The one thing they did not talk about was the hair, don't forget the hair. The hair come down the head, look at the last picture on the review sheet, check out the dotted line for the hair line. The hair really does come down that far.

     

    2. Shade in your line drawing.

    O.K...., now you have a line drawing of yourself or someone else, lets shade it in just using pencil. Really look to see where your face is lighter, brighter, draw those areas lighter. See if there are areas where your face, or parts of your face, are in shadow, draw those areas darker. This is learning how to see like an artist sees.

    face shade

    On this drawing of a boy, notice how the right side of his face is darker, the hair on the right side of his head is dark, the middle of his face is the lightest, all the parts that stick out are very light, the nose, forehead, cheeks, chin. The left side of his face is slightly darker than the center but much lighter than the right side. Really look at your picture you are working from, or really look in the mirror and see if you can see these differences in light and dark. 

    3. Write a poem.

    You are going to write an "I AM"poem. The template is below, just fill. in the black with the best word that fits for you.i am

    4. Download the app.

    Ask a parent or guardian if you can download the free app PhotoSpeak. If you have your own phone, use that to download the app, but check with a parent or guardian to make sure it is cool you are downloading an app.

    5. Upload your picture into the app

    ....open the app and press the person icon. There you will see options. A camera means take a picture, so here you can take a picture of your drawing. Press use photo if you like it, if not, take another picture. Once you have pressed use photo, a photo of your drawing it will pop up with some line drawings of eyes and three dots over your mouth. With your finger you can move the eyes over your eyes and use the controls at the bottom of the screen to make the line eyes the same shape as your eyes, same with the mouth, move the three dots to mimic the shape of your mouth. When you are happy with both eyes and your mouth press the check mark in the upper left corner of the app.

     

    6. Recording the poem.

    Now you are back to the main page of this app. If you press on the camera icon and press the red dot it will start recording. Press the gray square to stop recording and up will pop a box for you to name the voice file. Press OK and you have named and saved your PhotoSpeak voice recording. If you go back and press the camera icon again, on the left there is a circle with three lines, this is where all your named recordings are kept. Remember, your recording will be your poem. Now, if you press the gear icon next to the person icon you can change the tone of your voice, talkback duration( i don't know what that means.lol) and mouth movement. Play around and get a feel for this.

     

    7. Send me your PhotoSpeak.

    Your assignment: draw a self portrait or a portrait with shading, upload that drawing to PhotoSpeak, record your poem, and sent it to me at lmagnarelli@wtisbury.org

     

     

    Awesome. I am so excited to see what y'all do. I am looking forward to amazing artwork and fun, funny,incredible poetry!!

     

    Be well, y'all.

     

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