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By Britta Pollmüller

Together with animation in your school room can: • enhance literacy and numeracy• advance serious pondering, conversation and problem-solving talents• increase teamwork and negotiation; and• motivate creativity This toolkit, including an intensive significant other site, offers you the arrogance to take advantage of animation on your lecture room. From instructing easy turn booklet animation during to generating an lively movie, there are drawing templates for the fewer convinced instructor artists and tried-and-tested schemes of labor, plus recommendation on the best way to use animation apparatus and what know-how and software program is accessible. This sensible, cross-curricular source is very appropriate to be used with scholars elderly 11-16, even though a number of the actions could be tailored for older or more youthful scholars. it may be utilized in paintings, Media reviews, ICT and lots of different topics to interact beginners of all kinds and talents.

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Meanings and Values/Messages and Values: Use key words to discuss and evaluate FVT texts with strong social or ideological messages. Use ICT to redraft and manipulate moving image and sound sequences in response to audience comment. Use FVT knowledge to evaluate information on FVT from online and print sources. Use stills and clips in live or recorded presentations of critical arguments or investigations. Cineliteracy 35 36 The Teachers’ Animation Toolkit WORKSHEET: THE GRAMMAR OF FILM LANGUAGE Teachers’ note: Begin the session by explaining the basic syntax that makes up the grammar of film language.

What visual style will you adopt? Will you use a narrator, and if so what will be the narrator’s role? Will the characters use dialogue to help develop the story? Will you use music and if so, what style? 2 EXPLORING GENRE WORKSHEET: EXPLORING GENRE Teachers’ note: Genres are different types of film and animation, defined by the kind of stories they tell and the production style. For example, we know that a science fiction film tells a different kind of story to a romantic comedy. Interestingly, you can combine genres.

Any combination of these three key shots will allow you to tell a story in moving images. A director normally chooses the shot type which best conveys a particular point, detail, mood or gesture to carry the story forwards. These examples were drawn by a group of 7-year-olds, and are stills from the short film Bubbletown (see p. 97). A WIDE SHOT will typically introduce and establish a location and time. Cineliteracy 37 A MID-SHOT will allow you a more detailed or specific look at the action. A CLOSE-UP will offer a detail that might carry a particular emotional or intellectual resonance.

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