The Teachers' Animation Toolkit

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A&C Black, Sep 1, 2011 - Education - 192 pages
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Including animation in your classroom can:
• improve literacy and numeracy
• develop critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills
• enhance teamwork and negotiation
• encourage creativity

This toolkit, together with an extensive companion website, will give you the confidence to use animation in your classroom. From teaching basic flip-book animation right through to producing an animated film, there are drawing templates for the less confident artists and tried-and-tested schemes of work, plus advice on how to use animation equipment and what technology and software is available.

This practical, cross-curricular resource is particularly suitable for use with students aged 11-16, although many of the activities can be adapted for older or younger students. It can be used in Art, Media Studies, ICT and many other subjects to engage learners of all styles and abilities.
 

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Contents

Additional Credits
GETTING STARTED
Phenakistoscope
CINELITERACY
Music and Imagery in Peter and the Wolf
ANIMATION STYLES
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Britta Pollmüller is Director of Media Projects East and Lecturer in Animation and Games Art and Design.

Martin Sercombe is founding director of Media Projects East in the UK. Martin has made a wide range of documentaries, artist's films and animations.

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