|1||Lesson Plan||Flipbooks/Animation Basics
This lesson demonstrates the basics of animation through the creation of flipbooks, both handmade and electronic.
This hands-on activity is great for engaging youth in their own, unedited creative process, while teaching them about composition, visual narrative, deriving meaning from work, expressing creative intent, and more.
|3||Teaching Activity||Torn Paper Collage
This activity allows students to use torn paper to create their visions of anything.
|4||Teaching Activity||Photobooth Animation
This activity teaches students various types of animation and allows them to create their own animations using themselves or other objects.
This activity allows students to create pixilation projects in groups.
|6||Teaching Activity||My Muybridge (3)
This activity allows students to use a fast shutter speed to create sequences of objects/people in motion.
|7||Teaching Activity||Collaged Portraits
Using photoshop, students collage close-up/detail photographs to create a portrait.
|8||Teaching Resource||Making a Negative Sandwich in the Darkroom
How to print two different negatives at the same time to create one image.
|9||Teaching Resource||TOE 2010-11 Curriculum
This is a curriculum developed for the Robert Ho Foundation.