|1||Lesson Plan||Writing for Comics Exercise
This lesson explores writing for the limited format of one comic page, using condensed story writing with short but impactful content.
|2||Lesson Plan||Character Discovery (Comics)
This lesson explores shapes and how artists apply them to construct the figure.
|3||Lesson Plan||Comic Page Panel Construction
This lesson focuses on the importance of condensed storyboard formatting for a limited one page comic story.
|4||Lesson Plan||Inking the comic page
This lesson teaches about detail, texture and varied (thickness) of line to create depth of perception. Exercise inking varied penciled characters/drawings to get a feel for the pens and the various sizes.
|5||Lesson Plan||Tie-Dyed Films
This lesson allows students to express their creativity through dying film.
|6||Teaching Activity||Photo Hunt - Emphasis on Street Photography
This activity is based on the familiar Treasure Hunt game that children play, this activity sets specific parameters for shooting, including lens focal length and what to shoot, while still leaving room for creativity.
|7||Teaching Activity||25 Vantage-Point Portraits
This activity provides a hands-on exploration of point-of-view or vantage point when shooting. It is also a good exercise to use when exploring portraiture and in stimulating students' ability to see differently.
This activity allows students to develop perspective and aesthetic reasoning through the use of drawing and working with clay.
|9||Teaching Activity||Mini-Me (Body Outline Sketches)
This activity allows students to develop a sense of self and to express their feelings and thoughts through self portraits.
|10||Teaching Activity||Shooting ABC's (Looking Closer at the Forms around Us)
This activity allows students to take a closer look at the forms and shapes in the world and photograph different objects that look like the letters of the alphabet.
|11||Teaching Activity||Collaged Portraits
Using photoshop, students collage close-up/detail photographs to create a portrait.
|12||Teaching Activity||Filming a Conversation
An exercise for students to learn about shot composition for a scene of dialogue
|13||Teaching Resource||TOE 2010-11 Curriculum
This is a curriculum developed for the Robert Ho Foundation.