Completion makes eligible for: Animation
1. Use online tutorials to develop animation skills.
2. Use animation skills learned to create four unique animations.
3. Research the history of animation and how it came to be a large industry.
4. Document the creation process by using PowerPoint.
INTRODUCTION: Using PowerPoint, create a title and introduction slide. These slides must have the authors first and last name. The objectives must be REWRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS. The presentation must be aesthetically pleasing and grammatically correct.
EXPLORE: Begin by opening up Animation-ish. (Click “Search windows” then search for “Animation-ish”)
1. Follow this link
2. Watch tutorial titled Lesson1: Make a doodle
3. Create your own doodle. (Must be at least 5 seconds long)
4. Take screen Shot of your doodle
5. save your doodle as a Flash file for your Powerpoint. (Go to File-->Export Movie--> Flash Movie--> Select your learners drive by scrolling down on the left--> Name Your Doodle--> Click Save.)
6. Watch Lesson2: Flipbook-ish
7. Create a Flipbook (must be at least 10 seconds long)
8. Save your Flipbook as a Flash file for your Powerpoint. (Go to File-->Export Movie--> Flash Movie--> Select your learners drive by scrolling down on the left--> Name Your Doodle--> Click Save.)
9. Watch Lesson3: Advanced-ish (Part 1)
10. Create and Animation-ish (must be at least 5 seconds long)
11. Save your Animation-ish as a Flash file for your Powerpoint. (Go to File-->Export Movie--> Flash Movie--> Select your learners drive by scrolling down on the left--> Name Your Doodle--> Click Save.) To insert the video go to powerpoint. Click Insert--> Insert Video--> From PC --> open video you which to show--> right click black box--> select play automatically
1. Research the history of Walt Disney. When did he begin animation begin? What his first animated film?
2. How technology has changed in animation since Walt Disney’s first animated film?
1. How do scientist or mathematicians use animation in their careers?
2. Go to this site How do you think they created this doodle?
1. REserch what lip syncing is in animation.
2.Research what a walk cycle is.
3. Make a new animation that could help student study for their upcoming math or science test using the new skills you learned from lessons 5-8. (Must be 8 seconds) use a walk cycle and lip syncing in your animation.
4. Save your animation as a flash file and insert your final product into your PowerPoint.
21ST CENTURY SKILLS:
1. Choose one of the four C’s and tell us your strengths and challenges your group faced through this engagement (Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, OR Critical Thinking).
2. What have you learned about yourself or group using the C chosen?
3. What advice would you give a group starting this engagement?