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Colour blind lesson 1st

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Rochelle Lainé

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of Colour blind lesson 1st

Learning Objective Peer Assessment How do you see colour? Stare at the yellow + in the middle of the blue square on the left for 15-30 seconds.

Then move your gaze to the white square.
Did the colors reverse themselves?

Try the same with the red and green square. This optical illusion is call an 'Afterimage'. If you stare at something that is brightly coloured for a long time, the cones at the back of your eye get tired and stop firing as much. But even when the signal from your eyes gets tired and switches off, your brain knows the thing is still there and you keep ‘seeing’ it. To know what colour blindness is and identify advantages and disadvantages. Success Criteria You MUST take part in a group discussion to identify what it might be like to:

Get colours mixed up
Not see colour at all.

what are the advantages and disadvantages of both? 8% of males and 1% of females, have difficulty with colour vision. You MUST create a colour-blind test using the example as a guide.
You SHOULD vary your dots in size and use tone to conceal the number successfully.
You COULD complete the above and also explain how the test works, using the key words. Success Criteria Learning Objective To know how to create a test for colour blindness. WWW & EBI Key words Vary
successful
conceal
complimentary
Pointillism
Create Pointillism Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small dots of pure color. Speaking & Listening Speaking & Listening Key words Vary
successful
Conceal
Complimentary
Pointillism
Create
Tone Georges Pierre Seurat Group Critique Maths: 3D / 2D shapes. Vary
successful
Conceal
Complimentary
Pointillism
Create
Tone http://j.mp/XJovRP WWWYou have successfully…The tonal variation is…You have included…Good use of…The design is…You have met the success criteria by…EBISpend more time on…Simplify…Include…The design could do with…I think you could improve on…Next time try to…You could improve…
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