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Ulidia Integrated College
Drawing/Any skills of storyboard drawing for film. Painting, Sketching ICT (word, google, photoshop) How to work a camera - this can be shown by staff so do not worry at all. We are teaching basic skills.
Complete a storyboard with shading and a good story line. Improved confidence in painting/drawing/photography
Gain confidence in demonstrating art skills. Develop skills to communicate and get to know children. Give a taste for teaching.
My school has a two week time table: Friday Mornings 09:15-12:00 week 1:Moving Image: Helping pupils to complete a successful storyboard (seen in film making) and understand camera angles/framing. Followed by a GCSE art lesson where you will be helping pupils to draw from still life and paint. Week 2: Photography class, generate new ideas in research and aid their use of a camera. Correcting and helping them to present their digital portfolio. (again basic skills nothing to difficult) A Level Art: helping pupils paint and plan large work. It would be good if the student had good ICT skills.
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The Tutoring in Schools Programme places Ulster University students in targeted primary, secondary or special needs schools. Participation from Regional Colleges is also welcome.
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It encourages positive interaction between University student tutors and school pupils where the former can act as positive role models and ambassadors.