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Steps to a 5 “A guide to success”. Table of Contents 1. College Board® website 2. Breadth -explanation -examples -advice 3. Concentration -explanation.

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1 Steps to a 5 “A guide to success”

2 Table of Contents 1. College Board® website 2. Breadth -explanation -examples -advice 3. Concentration -explanation -examples -advice 4. Quality -explanation -examples -advice 5. Summer 6. My Wisdom

3 Link To Your Future rses/teachers_corner/7880.html Here, you can research the guidelines for the course and/or look at students examples…of course you may refer to the link below for student examples. College Board ® Course Page Link Student Examples Link /exam/exam_information/2135.html

4 Link to Your Future As the Year Progresses As you finish your projects, you will begin to shoot photos of each work to upload to the College Board® website. This includes your breadth, concentration, commentary, and quality. You must create an account in order to upload your projects. Upload Link https://apstudio.ets.org/apstudioart/ Don’t Forget! School code:

5 What Is Breadth? I’ll tell you what “breadth” is “Breadth is 8 different works that are shown in 16 slides which are meant to demonstrate the student's ability to incorporate a variety of different 3D Design principles, including unity/variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm, repetition, proportion/scale, and figure/ground relationship.” The Universal Definition (for the AP studs)

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23 Breadth Advice 1. Make sure you finish your projects in the time recommended. 2. Procrastination is your biggest enemy; therefore, refer to number The rigor of this course is close—if not the same as—a college art class. Be serious and passionate about your projects. That’s what makes them great. 4. Complaining: none of that. You were warned by previous AP students about the complexity. Be prepared. 5. Have fun! What to Do

24 What Is Concentration?  Your concentration is 12 different slides that demonstrates your ability to create a variety of pieces that relate to a single idea. These are arranged in a special order on slide coverings from College Board®.” AP studs’ universal definition

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40 Concentration Advice Find a central theme for your concentration that you find interesting Your theme is encouraged to be original Procrastination is you enemy Just remember: 8 higher-level forms, bisque-fired, glazed, and re-fired a month before the end of the year. Not to add taking, editing and uploading your pictures. Seriously, Procrastination is your enemy A guide… to save your grade

41 Summer Vacation ! Here are some tips you should follow during your summer vay-cay… How to spend it usefully This is you spending your time unproductively over summer You if you productively use your time Ooooo Burn!

42 Summer Vacation 1. Do some research; get inspired. 2. Visit an art museum, and many more; get inspired. 3. Take a ceramics class at MAC; get better. 4. Blowing off everything until August is a big no-no. 5. Find examples of a variety of 3-D design principles i.e. emphasis, balance, unity, etc. 6. Remember: only take this class if you’re serious. Failing to explore your art medium— and other mediums, possibly—over the summer generally means that you are not enthusiastic about art (which is something HIGHLY recommended for this class) and the class’ rigor will make AP studio art a regretful choice for you. 7. Enjoy your summer, but be smart about it. Can still be fun


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