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Welcome to my shop of resources! Please help yourself to any resource and use it for your lessons. They are currently free. I spend a lot of time and energy to create these free resources. Please leave a review, good or how I can improve my resources better. Enjoy the resources and see you soon!

Welcome to my shop of resources! Please help yourself to any resource and use it for your lessons. They are currently free. I spend a lot of time and energy to create these free resources. Please leave a review, good or how I can improve my resources better. Enjoy the resources and see you soon!
Photoshop: Magazine Cover Design.
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Photoshop: Magazine Cover Design.

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This is an art based activity using Photoshop to design the cover of a magazine. You can also use this activity for a Media lesson or a Graphic Design lesson. In this activity I show you how to design a magazine front cover using Adobe Photoshop. However, you can also design this in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Indesign. This is a step-by-step activity which demonstrates using key tools in Adobe Photoshop. For example, using the move tool, crop tool, text tool and many others. Also, I cover layers, how to organise layers and how to name them. You do not need to have any prior knowledge or skills in order to use this resource. You can simply follow the instructions and deliver it to your class. I have used this resource many times with my class and had great success with it. Students were keen to learn and they experimented with different tools. This is a free resource. If you use it or find value in it, please leave a review. It takes time and energy to create resources on a daily basis. Your input is much appreciated.
How to annotate
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How to annotate

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This is a resource material for teachers to use in class. It will help teachers to explain the annotation process quickly in a visual way to their students. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
Art/Graphics:Texture
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Art/Graphics:Texture

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A quick starter activity for Art and Graphics lessons. PPT file. It introduces the different types of textures. There is also a short activity at the end. This is a free resource. If you use it or find value in it, please leave a review.
Research Tips
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Research Tips

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This resource is a Powerpoint about how to research well. We specifically look at two different types of research methods. Case Studies Campaigns This resource is aimed at enhancing the learners learning experience and to demonstrate their level of understanding. This is a free resource. For more content like this, please leave feed back.
Art: World Masks
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Art: World Masks

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World masks from around the world. PPT file. Show your students the different types of masks from around the world. Activity: Create your own mask. Guess which country certain masks are from. A great topic for discussion. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. It takes time and energy to create resources for teaching and learning. Thank you and enjoy!
Photoshop: Basics
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Photoshop: Basics

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Photoshop: Basic intro. Are you an absolute novice? Or, do you simply need a refresher on the basics of Photoshop? In this resource your will learn the basics of Photoshop. You do not need any prior knowledge or skill to use this resource. Once you understand what certain tools do, then you will be confident enough to have a go. PDF file. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. It takes time and energy to create resources. Thank you and enjoy!
BTEC Media Campaigns
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BTEC Media Campaigns

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This is a resource for BTEC Media Campaigns. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
Photoshop: Trapped in a Jar
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Photoshop: Trapped in a Jar

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Trapped in a Jar is a resource to accompany a Photoshop lesson. Powerpoint file. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
Photoshop: Blend Modes
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Photoshop: Blend Modes

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Photoshop: Blend Modes. Explore the different types of blend modes used in Photoshop. PDF file. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
How do you eat an elephant?
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How do you eat an elephant?

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Are your students overwhelmed with workload? Personal issues? How have you tried to help them? I have used this fun and interesting principle to address their workload when they feel overwhelmed with work or life in general. Try it out with your students you wont be disappointed! :) Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
How to Teach Online
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How to Teach Online

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A resource for teachers who want to teach online. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
Poster Design using Adobe Photoshop
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Poster Design using Adobe Photoshop

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This is a resource to design a poster for a chocolate bar using Adobe Photoshop. Powerpoint file. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
Premiere Pro- The Basics
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Premiere Pro- The Basics

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This is a beginners ‘manual’ on how to edit videos in Premiere Pro. I have simplified the process and the instructions are easy to follow and implement. Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!
After Effects: Animated Titles
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After Effects: Animated Titles

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Animate your titles using Adobe After Effects. Use colour and type to set the tone and mood and then animate it. It’s quick and it’s fun! Try it in your class, your students will love it! Please leave a review if you have found this resource useful. Thank you and enjoy!