4th Period: 10:51 - 11:39
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Feb 7: 03Working (L2)................Review

Instructional Objectives:

Students will be able to Review How to
1.... Use the Magic Selection Tool and
the Elliptical Marquee Tool to select pixels
2..... Use the Space Bar and the Arrow Keys to
reposition selections & reposition pixels
3..... Use the Move Tool & Move Tool Shortcut to Move Pixels

Do Now Review: 3 Mins

Respond to the Do Now Review, with a full and complete sentence, on the
scrap paper provided (include your name, date, and period!)
Pass your paper up to the front of the room
PS-SELECTIONS-TOOLS.gif

DNR (2-6-14):

What are the

4 selection

tool categories?

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DNR (2-7-14):

What is the

keyboard trick

for repositioning

a selection area

while you are

drawing it?


Do Now Motivational Question: 1 min
Respond to the MQ, with a full and complete sentence, in your notebook
03WORKING 1 LAYER.gif

MQ (2-6-14):

Why is the

03Working file

only in

one layer?

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MQ (2-7-14):


Why are


there so many


PS Selection


Tools?

Step-By-Step..................................Getting Started - Magic Selection Tool (69-70)

03Working Sand Dollar.gif

1. Refer to the previous 03Working Lesson if you didn't set up
your file yet
2. Open the book and start reading at the bottom of page 69
3. Step 1 on Page 70: You can change the Zoom tool to work
the way it does in AI by deselecting "Scrubby Zoom" in the options bar.
Q1. How do you know you are ready to use the
Move Tool to move the sand dollar?
Q2. What is the menu and menu option for deselecting?
What is the shortcut?
Q3. What do you do if you deselect by mistake?

Step-By-Step..................................Bowl of Shells - Elliptical Marquee (71-74)

03Working Bowl of Shells.gif

Q4. What is the keyboard trick for repositioning
a selection while you're working on it?
Q5. Which tool should you have selected to reposition
selected pixels with the arrow keys
Q6. Which tool should you have selected to reposition
a selection area with the arrow keys.

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