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End of Year Quiz 2018

End of Year Quiz 2018

Every year, I keep getting asked if I am creating another quiz because everyone seems to love them. As we finish school on the 22nd of June this year, I have been able to get this one made during times when the kids are involved in end of year activities! I was lucky as it is so time consuming! The music round alone took me 4 hours to create and I was able to do it whilst kids were on a out of school visit! This will fill a full hour including the marking, but you must be tight on timing. I would suggest for each picture in the places round - 10 seconds. For the personalities round 2 minutes and for the wotz dat?? round 3 minutes maximum. The conundrum round should have no more than 10 minutes, but they should be able to do it in 5 as the focus is English punctuation and there are only so many forms of punctuation. The music round takes 15 minutes (video I have created). My quizzes usually prove to be very popular and the kids love them! Enjoy!
matryoshkadoll
A comprehensive master lesson for creating a soap opera

A comprehensive master lesson for creating a soap opera

I am pleased to add a comprehensive PowerPoint on how to create a soap opera. The PowerPoint contains tasks on character, setting, plot development and many more key elements. Ideal for KS3 classes but can also be used across all years and across a few different subjects. This will save you hours of planning
gonchhollo
Intro to video games

Intro to video games

A fully comprehensive intro for year 9 Media students to prepare for video games unit in year 10. Covers theory,. audience, representation and industry.
VixC
Banner Guide - Photoshop - CIDA

Banner Guide - Photoshop - CIDA

Created a guide for my pupils to create a simple web banner using Photoshop Elements. This was to prepapre my pupils for both CIDA exams and Web design tasks. Simple step by step Image included
LUKEB82
Best Practice for Twitter

Best Practice for Twitter

This guide has been put together by the Tes Social team. We’ve overheard lots of questions from authors around how to make the most of their content on social media, so we’re putting together a series of social media infographs to help you get the most out of each network.
Social_Tes
Silver Arts Award Guide

Silver Arts Award Guide

A complete workbook for completing Silver Arts Award. Disclaimer!!! I used the information available through the Arts Award website to create this booklet.
stripe213
Fake News Assembly

Fake News Assembly

An assembly focusing on the dangers of fake news, how we recognise fake news and the importance of being aware of it. The assembly explores the fact that it was Hitler who invented the idea of fake news and then examines how he used it to gain power and control the public, before comparing it to the way politicians use fake news today. There are then slides which explore how to recognise fake news and what to do if you’re unsure. The slides shown are just a sample of those included. The whole assembly follows an easy narrative that can be used with no additional prep (although it is also editable should you want to). Best suited for secondary students. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education
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Year 8 Media Studies: Film Genre SOW

Year 8 Media Studies: Film Genre SOW

7 week SOW (double lessons) for year 8 Media Studies covering film and genre. Begins with a viewing of Super 8 and then works through a series of lessons including reviewing, mise-en-scene, storyboarding, lighting, script work with industry details embedded throughout. Enjoyable and varied tasks.
burtonesque
Year 8 Media Studies: Internet SOW

Year 8 Media Studies: Internet SOW

A 9 week SOW (ready to teach) covering the internet in an introductory style for year 8 Media Studies. Covers blogs, vlogs and podcasts and end with a practical task. Most of the scheme should be completed in small groups (music, film, TV and gaming).
burtonesque
Year 8 Media Studies LTP ans SOWs

Year 8 Media Studies LTP ans SOWs

A completed LTP and 5 SOWs for Year 8 Media Studies. Includes a range of tasks and topics across film and online media. Ends with a practical task to create class blogs, vlogs or podcasts.
burtonesque
Year 9 Media Studies LTP and SOWs

Year 9 Media Studies LTP and SOWs

A long term plan and 5 SOWs suitable for Year 9 Media Studies class (options). Covers a range of topics suitable for introducing the subject and not stepping on the toes of GCSE too much.
burtonesque
Beauty and the Beast (2017) Rated-PG Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Quiz/Test

Beauty and the Beast (2017) Rated-PG Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Quiz/Test

This 100-question multiple-choice reading analysis/comprehension test/quiz on Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (2017, rated-PG) movie has questions from different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). It also includes two optional essay open-ended questions about the film and characters. Show the movie and feel confident that students will see it through a language arts and English class lens. It will test students’ literal and interpretive understanding of the movie, plot development, point of view, making inferences, literary devices, and figurative language. Questions are modeled after standardized tests (SAT, ACT, and state tests) to familiarize students with the structure and vocabulary of standardized test questions. Questions are spaced 1.5 lines apart for comfortable reading. Includes link to rent/buy/stream the film on Amazon. Answer key and writing rubric included. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! Feedback is always welcomed and appreciated! Objectives/US Standards (SUGGESTED) (From Corestandards.com): Students are expected to: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) on a specific verse or stanza of a poem or section of a story or drama. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 6-8 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.1 Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text/film/media says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text/film/media. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! This lesson is student-centered, meaning: –it allows you to become a facilitator! –happier teachers! –happier students! –happier administrators!
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
A Level Media Production Design Resources - Coursework

A Level Media Production Design Resources - Coursework

With the A Level Media Eduqas specification (WJEC), students have a choice of 4 options with their coursework (non-exam assessment). This coursework lesson gives students some planning and design resources that require minimal instruction so that students can work simultaneously to produce meaningful planning documents. With the print design tasks I would finish the lesson by getting students to use found images to work on a mock up of their Magazine covers or Film Posters. I have found students have enjoyed the independence that these resources have offered. The spidergram is something I would display at the start of the lesson so that all students know exactly what they have to work on during the lesson without getting distracted by some of the other coursework components.
ellmarco1
Analysing Christmas trailers

Analysing Christmas trailers

Fun lesson to do around Christmas time. Looks at media techniques, genre conventions and applies these to three trailers of Christmas films.
IsobelDuncan
Dramatic Play Post Office, Veterinarian, Hospital, Restaurant - BUNDLE ONE

Dramatic Play Post Office, Veterinarian, Hospital, Restaurant - BUNDLE ONE

Do you love changing up your dramatic play area to keep your kindergarten and preschool students engaged and creative? This dramatic play BUNDLE is visually appealing, engaging, educational and just plain fun! Using dramatic play to learn math, reading, social skills, science, sight words and so much more is incredibly effective and they don’t even realize they are learning! HOSPITAL VET POST OFFICE RESTAURANT
ktdesign
Dramatic Play Hospital - Doctor - Preschool and Kindergarten

Dramatic Play Hospital - Doctor - Preschool and Kindergarten

Do you love changing up your dramatic play area to keep your kindergarten and preschool students engaged and creative? This dramatic play hospital set is visually appealing, engaging, educational and just plain fun! Using dramatic play to learn math, reading, social skills, science, sight words and so much more is incredibly effective and they don’t even realize they are learning! The forms that are included are differentiated with two levels to choose from, one with more writing/reading and one simpler form. The clip art included is all original by me and cannot be found anywhere else! Just print the signs, forms, labels, posters that you want in either COLOR or B&W! Use the B&W forms and print on colored paper for an ink-saving colorful alternative! SAVE OVER 25% with the Dramatic Play BUNDLE! DRAMATIC PLAY BUNDLE ONE BONUS! See something missing or something you think would be fun in this set, just message me and I will add it to the file! Included in this set in both COLOR and B&W: Banner Open Sign Closed Sign X-ray Room Sign Waiting Room Sign Exam Room 1, 2, 3 Signs Hours Sign Pay Here Sign Sign In Sign Dr. on Duty Signs Appointment Book Cover & Form Patient Check-in Form (2 levels) Patient Report Form (2 levels) Patient Receipt Form (2 levels) Money Sheets Credit Card Sheets 6 Real X-rays that can be printed on transparency paper for extra fun! 2 Poster Designs Supply Labels Name Tags Be the first to know about my new discounts, freebies and new products by clicking the FOLLOW button next to the header in my store.
ktdesign
Video Editing - Aerial Drone Footage

Video Editing - Aerial Drone Footage

Drone footage for editing practice / production use. Various clips shot over a lake with some water discing, I find the fact that they’re drone shots gets the kids excited about the whole process too, they think it’s pretty cool. 1080p 25fps I use these shots for teaching students basic editing skills. Process I follow: Importing clips Top and tailing (trimming down selections to usable parts of clips) Timeline editing Colour grading Exporting
blakeprojects
Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory (2016) Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Quiz/Test

Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory (2016) Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Quiz/Test

This 54-question multiple-choice reading analysis/comprehension test/quiz on Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory (2016) movie has questions from different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). It also includes two essay open-ended questions about the film and characters (56 questions total). Show the movie and feel confident that students will see it through a language arts and English class lens. It will test students’ literal and interpretive understanding of the movie, plot development, point of view, making inferences, literary devices, and figurative language. Questions are modeled after standardized tests (SAT, ACT, and state tests) to familiarize students with the structure and vocabulary of standardized test questions. Questions are spaced 1.5 lines apart for comfortable reading. Answer key and writing rubric included. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! Feedback is always welcomed and appreciated! Objectives/US Standards (SUGGESTED) (From Corestandards.com): Students are expected to: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) on a specific verse or stanza of a poem or section of a story or drama. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 6-8 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.1 Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text/film/media says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text/film/media. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! This lesson is student-centered, meaning: –it allows you to become a facilitator! –happier teachers! –happier students! –happier administrators!
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Comics in Classrooms: Full Bundle Lessons 1-11 (3 Weeks of Lessons!

Comics in Classrooms: Full Bundle Lessons 1-11 (3 Weeks of Lessons!

This is much more than an art lesson unit! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! Lessons 1-10 lead up to Lesson 11, where students put it all together in “Make a Comic”. All of the lessons(included in the above bundle) are listed here, and can be used independently. All documents are pdfs. Each Lesson Includes (at minimum): 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout 1 General Classwork Assignment 1 Advanced Classwork Assignment 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet Lessons Include: Introduction to Comics Composition Faces Emotions Panels Backgrounds Panel Variety Using Text Characters Style and Symbols put it all together and…MAKE A COMIC PROJECT! Bundle also provides 30 Blank Comic Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Teacher Appreciation and EOY Cards and Comics Kit!

Teacher Appreciation and EOY Cards and Comics Kit!

Honor Teachers with cards, pictures to decorate bags, and a variety of visuals! OR make an exciting comic cover and comic pages with guided prompts! Perfect for the Superhero TEACHER, EDUCATOR, or COACH! With all the seasons, holidays, awareness themes, and special school days, a teacher sure has a lot to plan!Let Illumismart make it EASIER for YOU (and your students!) with this Teacher Appreciation/End of Year activity kit. Check out more Comics in Classrooms for 4th-9th grade! <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/30-comic-book-and-comic-strip-templates-graphic-novels-visual-notes-11913713”>Comics in Classrooms Lessons 1-11 BUNDLE</a> <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/30-comic-book-and-comic-strip-templates-graphic-novels-visual-notes-11913713”>30 Blank Comic Templates</a> <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/comics-in-classrooms-lesson-making-comics-class-project-11913645”>Lesson 11- Making Comics (Class Project)</a> …and more to come!
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Lesson: Introduction to Comics (w. Graphic Novel Journal Pages!

Lesson: Introduction to Comics (w. Graphic Novel Journal Pages!

! This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach about comics AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson introduces students to the world of comics through handouts and assignments. Use before comic projects or graphic novel reading units! Includes Anatomy of a Comic Strip handout and Comic Vocabulary list! Bonus: Graphic Novel notes!All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Anatomy of a Comic Strip) 1 Handout (Comic Vocabulary) Assignment Pages 1 and 2-Introducing Comics Comics Survey (for Class) 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Choose a Comic) Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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End of Year Music Genres Quiz with Eight Rounds (2018 pop songs!)

End of Year Music Genres Quiz with Eight Rounds (2018 pop songs!)

This pack includes a PowerPoint music genres quiz with eight rounds of different genres for pupils to guess. The first 20 second clips of songs are included within the presentation. Also included are pupil answer sheets and a teacher’s answer sheet. The presentation is colourful, exciting and engaging. I chose a mixture of songs that I thought pupils would know and a couple of more challenging entries. I made this genre quiz to suit diverse classrooms with different ‘cliques’ of students and an array of musical tastes… hopefully something to appease everyone! Happy quizzing! Genres: pop emo hip hop cheesy classics world music classic rock Disney electronic & dance
ExpertEnglish
30 Comic Book and Comic Strip Templates! Graphic Novels! Visual Notes!

30 Comic Book and Comic Strip Templates! Graphic Novels! Visual Notes!

These comic templates are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! Note: Psst… All Comics in Classrooms Lessons 2-11 come WITH this set! (Including the Bundle!) Pages Include- Rough Draft page for Single Panel Comic. Includes guidelines for composition, narration, dialogue space, and drawing space. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating. (Book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) Second Draft page for Single Panel Comic. Includes panel outline only. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating (book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) (Final drafts work best on stronger paper with size and quality determined by teacher.) Rough Draft page for Comic Strip (horizontal 4 Panels). Includes guidelines for composition, narration, dialogue space, and drawing space. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating. (Book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) Second Draft page for Comic Strip. Includes panel outline only. Asks students to define the area of academic study and what they are illustrating (book, original story, history, science process, math concept etc.) (Final drafts work best on stronger paper with size and quality determined by teacher.) Rough Draft page for Comic Cover (Vertical). Includes guidelines for composition, directions, tips, and boxes. Second Draft page for Comic Strip. Includes cover outline only. (Final drafts work best on stronger paper with size and quality determined by teacher.) Templates for Comic Pages (vertical page with multiple panels). These are considered advanced and are better suited to students who have already completed a comic strip or demonstrated mastery of the subject matter. “Quick” Versions of Single Panel, Comic Strip, Comic Page, and Comic Cover. These simple blanks are intended for teachers who want to make a quick comic assignment for classwork or homework. This is good for a single-use assignment that does not require additional drafts and is not part of a big project. Check our the BUNDLE: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/comics-in-classrooms-full-bundle-lessons-1-11-3-weeks-of-lessons-11914325
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Composition for Comic Projects

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Composition for Comic Projects

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing cartoon character faces. Uses guidelines and tips for any styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Composition) Assignment-Composition Advanced Assignment- Composition Continued 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Composition) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Drawing Cartoon Character Faces

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Drawing Cartoon Character Faces

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing cartoon character faces. Uses guidelines and tips for any styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Faces) Assignment-Drawing Face Advanced Assignment- Advanced Face Drawing 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Finding Faces) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Drawing Emotions and Feelings

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Drawing Emotions and Feelings

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing expressive characters and how to show emotion and feelings in a drawing’s face. Improve all types of styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Feelings) Assignment-Drawing Emotions Advanced Assignment- Extended Emotions 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Find a Feeling) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Basic Panels for Comic Strips and Pages

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Basic Panels for Comic Strips and Pages

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on creating better backgrounds and immersing a character in a visually interesting environment. Improve all types of styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Panels) Assignment-Panels Advanced Assignment- Panels (extended) 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Panels with Purpose) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Settings and Backgrounds

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Settings and Backgrounds

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on creating better backgrounds and immersing a character in a visually interesting environment. Improve all types of styles and art levels! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Better Backgrounds) Assignment- Believable Backgrounds Advanced Assignment- Mood 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Panels with Purpose) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Panel Variety and POV

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Panel Variety and POV

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on using a variety of panels and considering POV. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! This lesson expands upon Lesson 5 (Basic Panels) and introduces more challenging and creative ways to use them. All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Panel POV examples) Assignment- Panel Predicament Advanced Assignment- Panel Pandemonium 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Panels with Purpose) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Using Comic Book Onomatopoeia and Text

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Using Comic Book Onomatopoeia and Text

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on using text successfully in comics. Includes discussion of onomatopoeia, narration, word balloons, and Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Using Text Examples) Assignment- Test the Text Advanced Assignment- Onomatopoeia 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Find a Font) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Characters- Writing and Visual Design

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Characters- Writing and Visual Design

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on creating characters and combining a well written character with interesting visuals. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Characters) Character Sheet Page 1 Character Sheet Page 2 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Characters) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Style and Symbols

Comics in Classrooms Lesson: Style and Symbols

This is much more than an art lesson! These comic handouts and assignments are specifically and strategically designed to teach comic creation AND work with ACADEMIC projects in classrooms. Have students “show what they know” in SCHOOL with COMICS! This lesson focuses on drawing styles and using symbols. Combine the comic lesson with ANY academic subject! All documents are pdfs. This Lesson Includes: 1 Tips for Teachers Overview Lesson Directions 1 Handout (Style Guide) 1 General Classwork Assignment (Style) 1 General Classwork Assignment (Symbols) 2 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook 1 Homework Sheet (Select a Symbol) This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for -Comic Strips -Single Panels -Graphic Novel Pages -Storyboard -Cover Includes “Quick” Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic! Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates Great for alternate projects, classroom comic projects, or as an arts unit. Use this popular and effective medium of to illustrate classroom novels and literature, bring history to life, discuss science and math concepts, educate about awareness, and MORE. While most resources use an artist perspective, Illumismart’s guides and assignments were designed for any academic purposes. NO DRAWING BACKGROUND required for students OR teachers! Lessons focus more on ideas and concepts rather than art skills. The handouts and assignments were created in a way to improve and entertain students of ALL drawing levels from beginners to advanced. While they work best in order, lessons and Focus Areas can work well as individual assignments. All assignments were designed to lead up to the Original Comic Strip final assignment.
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'I, Daniel Blake' GCSE Media Studies Close Study Product CSP Film

'I, Daniel Blake' GCSE Media Studies Close Study Product CSP Film

Resources for the Close Study Product for the reformed AQA GCSE Media Studies course. Designed for AQA, also applies to Eduqas and anyone discussing the social realism film ‘I, Daniel Blake’. The resources study the Media Industries around the film and how it relates to the global film industry; it compares key points to the other Film CSP, Dr. Strange. The Powerpoint includes all resources and three lessons work (with possible expansion). Lesson 1: What is ‘I, Daniel Blake’? Who is Ken Loach? Which companies produced ‘I, Daniel Blake’? All linked to video and key statistics. Lesson 2: What were the production costs for ‘I, Daniel Blake’ and why? How does this compare with major studio films such as Dr. Strange? How was the film marketed? What is guerilla marketing and why was this so important with ‘I, Daniel Blake’? How was the film released and why? Was ‘I, Daniel Blake’ a box office success and how did it compare with ‘Dr. Strange’? Lesson 3: What film certificate is ‘I, Daniel Blake’ and why? What merchandise has been produced in response to ‘I, Daniel Blake’ and what is the #wearealldanielblake movement? What countries has ‘I, Daniel Blake’ distributed to? What is globalisation in the film industry and how does this impact on film production? All of the above are linked through activities to ‘I, Daniel Blake’ and could extend into further lessons and discussions. As previous 5-star reviews for other CSPs published on TES have stated ‘these are great starting points’ for lesson delivery. Powerpoint file contains all resources, along with a Personal Learning Checklist (PLC) for students to RAG-rate their knowledge, skills and understanding. As a kind reviewer has stated "Just buy it!" Reviews welcomed
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Disney’s Moana (2016) Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Quiz/Test

Disney’s Moana (2016) Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Quiz/Test

This 69-question multiple-choice reading analysis/comprehension test/quiz on Disney’s Moana (2016) movie has questions from different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). It also includes one essay open-ended question about the film and characters. Show the movie and feel confident that students will see it through a language arts and English class lens. It will test students’ literal and interpretive understanding of the movie, plot development, point of view, making inferences, literary devices, and figurative language. Questions are modeled after standardized tests (SAT, ACT, and state tests) to familiarize students with the structure and vocabulary of standardized test questions. Questions are spaced 1.5 lines apart for comfortable reading. Answer key and writing rubric included. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! Feedback is always welcomed and appreciated! Objectives/US Standards (SUGGESTED) (From Corestandards.com): Students are expected to: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) on a specific verse or stanza of a poem or section of a story or drama. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 6-8 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.1 Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text/film/media says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text/film/media Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! This lesson is student-centered, meaning: –it allows you to become a facilitator! –happier teachers! –happier students! –happier administrators!
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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013) Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Test

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013) Movie Guide/Analysis Multiple-Choice Test

This 72-question multiple-choice reading analysis/comprehension test/quiz on Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013) movie has questions from different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). It also includes one essay open-ended question about the film and characters. Show the movie and feel confident that students will see it through a language arts and English class lens. It will test students’ literal and interpretive understanding of the movie, plot development, point of view, making inferences, literary devices, and figurative language. Questions are modeled after standardized tests (SAT, ACT, and state tests) to familiarize students with the structure and vocabulary of standardized test questions. Questions are spaced 1.5 lines apart for comfortable reading. Answer key and writing rubric included. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! Feedback is always welcomed and appreciated! Objectives/US Standards (SUGGESTED) (From Corestandards.com): Students are expected to: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) on a specific verse or stanza of a poem or section of a story or drama. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the grades 6-8 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.7.1 Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text/film/media says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text/film/media. Editable MS Word Doc. You can use this product for years and years! This lesson is student-centered, meaning: –it allows you to become a facilitator! –happier teachers! –happier students! –happier administrators!
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Character Profile

Character Profile

This can be used when analysing a character for Media Studies, in a film you are studying in English or can be adapted for characters in a book or story.
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Technology Careers Posters (Display)

Technology Careers Posters (Display)

GCSE Technology Careers Posters Subject specific careers and GCSE course information. A3 posters for four different Technology subjects - Design Technology, Creative iMedia, Food Preparation & Nutrition and Computer Science. -Print A3 and use for GCSE options as information for parents and students. For more detail about this resource, visit - www.educationbycreation.com
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