Project ID - TIS001128
Animation: GCSE Pupils will look into different areas of animation (stop motion, rotoscoping, editing etc). and produce a short animation based on their individual projects.

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Project offered at

St Malachy's High School
BT31 9AG


Caoimhe Moyne

Student Skills

interactive design Animation Illustration

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To manipulate new technologies To understand how an animation is designed To understand how to edit film. To understand how to capture images, film, or create drawings for use in animation. To understand the importance of design and storyboards for use in their animation.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To develop ideas for a design brief. To adapt their work for different software. To creatively use the materials and resources to help produce short animations. To understand the limitations put in place within a design brief.

Extra Information

Pupils will have developed drawings, machetes or photography in their chosen theme. Tutors will show students how to use editing software, produce simple animations in stop motion. The school has a Apple Mac Suite, Graphic tablets, SLR Cameras and video cameras for use and a teacher ill be with the tutor to aid them in delivery.

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