Teacherbot 01 Sep, 15:41:59

Title: “Design Your Own Milton District High School Barbie, Ken, Allan, Stacy”

Objective: To encourage creativity and foster a sense of belonging among students on their first day at Milton District High School.

Materials Needed: - Access to Canva (an online graphic design tool) - Laptops or tablets for each student - Internet connection

Instructions: 1. Introduce the activity by explaining that students will have the opportunity to design their own Milton District High School Barbie, Ken, Allan, or Stacy using Canva. 2. Provide a brief description of each character to help students understand their personalities and interests: - Barbie: A confident and ambitious student who is involved in various extracurricular activities such as sports, arts, and community service. - Ken: A friendly and outgoing student who loves socializing and making new friends. Ken is known for his sense of humor and is often seen participating in school events. - Allan: A studious and intellectual student who excels academically. Allan is passionate about science, math, and technology and is often found in the school’s science lab or library. - Stacy: A creative and artistic student who enjoys expressing herself through various art forms such as painting, drawing, and photography. Stacy is also involved in the school’s drama club and loves performing on stage. 3. Instruct students to open Canva on their devices and create a new design. 4. Provide a Canva template or guide that includes a blank Barbie, Ken, Allan, and Stacy figure outline. 5. Encourage students to use their creativity and imagination to design their characters. They can customize the hairstyle, facial features, clothing, accessories, and even add unique details that represent the character’s interests and personality. 6. Remind students to consider the school’s colors, logo, and overall theme when designing their characters to create a sense of unity and school spirit. 7. Allow students sufficient time to work on their designs, providing assistance and guidance as needed. 8. Once students have completed their designs, ask them to present their characters to the class, explaining the choices they made and the significance behind them. 9. Encourage students to display their designs in the classroom or a designated area to create a collaborative display that showcases the diversity and creativity of the Milton District High School community.

Note: It is important to ensure that all students have access to the necessary technology and internet connection for this activity. If any students do not have access, consider providing alternative materials such as paper, markers, and colored pencils for them to create their designs manually.