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Design a Storyboard for a Stop Motion Animation
- Lesson Activities Overview
- Introduce concept and technique of stop motionanimation
- Watch example of animation video on IWB
- Discuss thoughts and ideas about task andtopic and introduce first activity
- Introduce and discuss concept of storyboarding
- Show students example of completedstoryboard and model &#39;how to&#39;.
- Divide students into groups of 3 and givestudents storyboard template
- Students brainstorm and discuss ideas as agroup
- Students then complete a whole groupstoryboard plan - individually
- Once drawings complete in each box - studentwrite a short sentence describing each part ofthe storyboard
- Students to share storyboards with othergroups (whole class)
- Short recap and discussion of topic and newknowledge.
- Briefly touch on what will be covered in nextweeks lesson.
- Cross-Curriculum LearningOpportunities
- General Capabilities
- CRITICAL &amp; CREATIVE THINKING: Studentsidentify and clarify information and ideas,organise and process information and transferknowledge into new contexts
- ICT: Students generate solutions to challengesand learning area tasks
- PERSONAL &amp; SOCIAL CAPABILITY: Studentswork collaboratively in small groups
- Other Learning Areas
- Cross-curriculum priority
- Design and TechnologiesTheme
- Recognising and promoting the importance oflooking after our environment
- Demonstrating the affects and impact ofdeforestation on our environment
- Animation Example
- IWB, Whiteboard &amp; Markers
- Example of storyboard
- Storyboard template (1 per student)
- Lead pencil / eraser / coloured pencils (perstudent)
- Focus Questions
- What have we been learning about inScience and English?
Why is it important for us to know aboutthis topic / issue?
- Has anyone seen a stop motion animationbefore? What is a stop motion animation?
- What did you notice about the animationvideo? What was different about the way it wasfilmed?
- How do you think they created the images andmake them move?
- Who knows what a storyboard is?
What is it used for?
- Why do you think its important to storyboardbefore we make/ and film our animation?
- What is a sequence?
- How will your group start your storyboard?(Dense forest, animals etc.)
- What will each scene/drawing represent?(Changes in environment.)
- How will you show changes / impacts on theenvironment? (Animals / trees start todisappear)
- What will the last scene look like? (Eventuallyno trees left only buildings)
- Who can remember what a stop motionanimation is?
- What is a storyboard? Why is importantto storyboard?
- What is one new thing you have learnt intoday’s lesson?
- Australian Curriculum:Technologies
- Design and Technologies
- Explore needs or opportunities for designing,and the technologies needed to realisedesigned solutions (ACTDEP005)
- Generate, develop and record design ideasthrough describing, drawing and modelling(ACTDEP006)
- Sequence steps for making designed solutionsand working collaboratively (ACTDEP009)