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Silhouette Animation

Silhouette Animation

A series of handouts and a Prezi presentation introducing students to Lotte Reiniger and her style of silhouette animation. The handouts include a introduction to the topic and then handouts for students to plan their own animation, produce it and then review. Recommended in class materials -A4 black card -A3 white card -Scissors -Charcoal -White Chalk -Cameras -Tripods
omilford
Silhouette Animation Prep

Silhouette Animation Prep

A worksheet and presentation to introduce students to the work of Lotte Reiniger and silhouette animation. Made for Level 2 students but easily adjustable to lower year learners or level 3 students. I use this teaching knowledge a UAL course but is suitable for other media qualifications or lessons as well as art lessons. The lesson is used as a precursor to a practical activity making silhouette animation.
omilford
The I Can't be Bothered to Teach Pack

The I Can't be Bothered to Teach Pack

The I Can't be Bothered to Teach Pack Lessons for an easy life A collection of cool and simple lessons and quiz packs for an easy life. Just download and relax. £24.80 of quality material for £5.55! For a range of other interesting lessons and great resources visit my page here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish Credits: cool text.com
EngageinEnglish
TEACHING TRAILERS 2017 - PRIMARY AND SECONDARY

TEACHING TRAILERS 2017 - PRIMARY AND SECONDARY

The summer 2017 edition of the ever popular resource featuring trailers for current and upcoming cinema release across a wide spectrum of genre is now available free of charge to educators across the UK at www.thefilmspace.org/teachingtrailers/2017/ The Primary edition is suitable for pupils aged 5 - 11 and relevant to English (Predictive Texts) and Computing with flexible resources that have instant application in the classroom. The Secondary edition features 36+ trailers that can be used as the focus of engaging, curriculum relevant activities for use in English, Media and Film Studies. Both resources come with: Teacher's notes, trailers, filmed interviews (Secondary only), downloadable worksheets, charts, transcripts (Primary only) and information sheets as well as links to the FDA100 and InCinema2016.
jameslennox54
A-Level and GCSE Theoretical Framework

A-Level and GCSE Theoretical Framework

14 Full Schemes of work covering the theoretical side of media studies from Year 9 through to Year 13. -Marketing and Advertising -How to use Photoshop -Video Editing -Media Language -Media Audiences -Media Industries -Representations in the Media -Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts Plus more A-level and GCSE versions of the Key Concepts with differentiated content and levels. Each scheme comes fully loaded with terminology lists, assessment mark schemes, around 12 lessons per scheme plus extension tasks and extensive teacher notes. Everything you need to deliver the academic side of media studies. These can be used for any course but have been made with the AQA specifications in mind. The only thing missing is board specific content on coursework and exams.
harmar85
A-Level Media Full Schemes

A-Level Media Full Schemes

Seven full schemes of work including over 60 individual lessons. With Extension activities included this could last at least 120 teaching hours. Each scheme is fully loaded with assessments, terminology lists, home learning questions, innovative symbol feedback systems and more. Extensive teacher notes, tasks, examples and everything else you need to deliver an A-Level in media studies. The content covers the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA (but also suitable for other exam boards) as well as practical units on Photoshop.
harmar85
Create a Magazine cover in Photoshop.

Create a Magazine cover in Photoshop.

GREAT FOR AN END OF TERM PROJECT! A staff and student PowerPoint presentation that talks through planning, design and creating in Photoshop. Step by step tutorials included with template .psd files. Contains: 1x starter 1x staff powerpoint 1x student powerpoint 6x step by step high ability video tutorials 2x step by step low ability video tutorials 2x Photoshop template files that link to the videos
mylhughes1990
Learning about Animation - Project Based Learning with Adobe Edge Animate

Learning about Animation - Project Based Learning with Adobe Edge Animate

Learning about Animation teaches students the history and basic concepts of animation prior to them creating their own utilizing Adobe Edge Animate. Another animation program could be substituted, but would require some changes to the directions for those portions of the unit. Students being by doing guided research about the history of animation and presenting their findings in a PowerPoint or Prezi. Next, they learn about the twelve principles of animation by completing a worksheet. There is also a quiz over this material. With this knowledge about animation, students are ready to start creating their own. A short lesson on basic animation in Adobe Edge Animate with students first watching the teacher create a bouncing ball and then completing it themselves from written directions and a tutorial, followed by another practice hands-on activity to add to and reinforce skills, leads to the culminating activity of the unit – to create a cartoon using their skills in Adobe Edge Animate. Files Included with this Lesson • Teacher Notes and Resources (includes extension activities) • History of Animation Project Expectations and Rubric • 12 Principles of Animation worksheet and links to reading • 12 Principles of Animation quiz and teacher key • Introduction to Adobe Edge Animate – Bouncy Ball Project Step-by-Step Guide, Expectations and Rubric • Adobe Edge Practice Exercises Project Expectations and Rubric • Create a Cartoon in Adobe Edge Project Expectations and Rubric
innovationsintechnology