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Clay and Materials Animation Lessons

Clay and Materials Animation Lessons

A Lesson designed around exploring materials animation. Students will explore the work of Jan Svankmajer and then go onto use the knowledge learnt to explore creating they're own animations with deeper meaning. The resource contains three handouts and a presentation. Recommended centre equipment: Junk Store Objects Plastercine/Modelling Clay Cameras Tripods Editing Software (HitFilm is free)
omilford
Holocaust Memorial Day Drama Lesson KS3 & 4

Holocaust Memorial Day Drama Lesson KS3 & 4

This lesson for Key Stage 3 & 4 age students uses drama techniques to explore the life stories of a Holocaust survivor, and a survivor of the Genocide in Rwanda. This lesson provides drama activities pioneered by Bertolt Brecht, which help the audience to learn facts about what happened, and protect performers from trying to re-enact traumatic situations. This lesson provides a starting point to create a performance piece for Holocaust Memorial Day.
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Unicorn Fantasy Fairy Tale Clip Art

Unicorn Fantasy Fairy Tale Clip Art

* Original Design * 300 dpi * Black and White versions and Colour * png images Images include: * Unicorns - 6 colours * 2 types of female elf * Rainbows - 2 * Hot chocolate -2 * Magic rain cloud 23 high quality colour clip art graphics with 6 b&w versions for personal and commercial use. * They are in png. format for printing You will receive a .zip file containing everything. Please ensure you unzip/extract all items to use them.
KatQatresources
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
A sense of place of the human form. Artist analysis of artworks and task.

A sense of place of the human form. Artist analysis of artworks and task.

• Learning Objectives To reflect on examples of copies of drawings of different artists and illustrators and analyse the formal elements: shapes, tone, form, lines, texture, and marks. • To investigate and interpret a variety of selected artists and discuss their sense of place of human form • To study drawings with reference to their visual literacy and the formal elements (tone, texture, colour, line, form). • To discover the different mark making skills of a number of different artists. • To research, investigate and develop ideas in a personal way on an A2 sheet. To develop a visual work of practical responses with annotations. In this task students are to analyse the drawing styles of particular artists and begin to interpret these different artist’s styles in drawings of their own. Students use the formal elements to analyse the artists and develop drawings of human form as a response with annotations. • Students draw the hand/feet in particular signatures of a selection of artists. • To reflect on examples of copies of drawings of different artists and illustrators and analyse the formal elements: shapes, tone, form, lines, texture, and marks. • Try to use different drawing techniques as highlighted by the masters. This is a good start to critical contextual analysis and gets students to look at a number of artists and develops their visual analysis skills .
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Film and TV drama script writing Media Studies

Film and TV drama script writing Media Studies

Film and TV drama script writing lesson 16 AS, A Level or GCSE Tasks included: do now, main activity, Practice exam task, self/peer assessment task, homework. OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER 3 lessons in one – This lesson could be taught over 1-3 separate lessons, depending on the amount of detail and depth you would like to go into. This is a lesson in a series of a whole scheme of work for AS Level Film Openings Media Studies but can be used for GCSE and A2. This resource has been taught to year 9, 10 and 11’s and students have really enjoyed it. Learning objective: To understand how to write a professional script. The learning journey is: Can I outline the script writing golden rules? Can I apply the script writing golden rules? Can I Improve my script using the script writing golden rules? The lesson covers media Script, Scriptwriting, Sections, Slug line, Actions, Characters, Protagonist, Antagonist, Present tense, Show don’t tell, Characters. Students love it and make good progress and the progression steps are clearly defined task. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. Any feedback would be appreciated. There is also a homework slide attached. 18 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one!
MediaShop
Film Mise en Scene Media Representation

Film Mise en Scene Media Representation

Lesson 14 Film Mise en scene Tasks included: do now, 5+ main activities, Practice exam task, self/peer assessment task, homework. OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER 4 lessons in one – This lesson could be taught over 3-4 separate lessons, depending on the amount of detail and depth you would like to go into. This is the fifteenth lesson of a series of a whole scheme of work for AS Level Film Openings Media Studies. This resource has been taught to year 9, 10 and 11’s and students have really enjoyed it. Learning objective: To understand why Mise en Scene is essential during production of a film. The learning journey is: Can I outline what Mise en Scene is? Can I apply my understanding of Mise en Scene? Can I Evaluate the application of Mise en Scene? The lesson covers media Mise en Scene, settings & props, costume, hair & make up, Facial expression & body language, Lighting & colour, Blocking, composition, positioning of characters and objects, narrative, genre. Very in depth tasks for each aspect of Mise en Scene. You could spend up to 5 lessons with tasks from this PowerPoint. Students love it and make good progress and the progression steps are clearly defined task. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. Any feedback would be appreciated. There is also a homework slide attached. 20 Slide PowerPoint. More like 5 lessons in one!
MediaShop
Target Audience and demographics AS Level Film Openings Media Studies

Target Audience and demographics AS Level Film Openings Media Studies

AS Level Film Openings Media Studies: Lesson 1 Target Audience OUTSTANDING LESSON produced by a Pearson TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER You could even turn this lesson into 2 or even 3 lessons. This is the first lesson of a series of a whole scheme of work for AS level Film Openings GCSE Media Studies. This resource has previously received 'outstanding lesson' observations. Learning objective: To understand why target audience is essential during production of Film Openings. The learning journey is to Outline target audience, apply understanding of target audience and then evaluate application of target audience through a possible exam question in the summer exam. The lesson covers media keywords Target Audience, Demographics, it explains Lifestyle, Class, Age, Gender, Class, Ethnicity, and Spending Power. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. There is also a homework slide attached. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
MediaShop
Christmas Adverts English Lesson KS2/KS3

Christmas Adverts English Lesson KS2/KS3

A lovely lesson based around Christmas adverts. Suitable for either KS2 or KS3. The lesson looks at current Christmas adverts and students to think about the messages of each advert. Speaking+Listening - students to discuss favourite adverts and give reasons. Students can then design their own Christmas advert. Please leave a review to let me know whether you have found this resource useful :-)
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