You will work collaboratively on all projects and, therefore, develop your information and communication technology skills and friendships. You will have significant freedom in the creative process; all posters, slide shows, cartoon strips, digital stories, and movies represent your design choices and creative thought processes. You will be: taking and saving photos; searching the Internet using Google Images; cutting and pasting; resizing images and changes fonts; dragging and dropping; keyboarding skills; navigating tabs and tools; downloading and uploading media; adding transitions and effects; recording audio; and combining audio, text, and images to tell stories.
Here are some examples of the media arts activities we have done:
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