Year 9 - Photography & Media (Elective)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is an elective that can be chosen for one semester where students collaboratively plan, design, interpret and present a clay animation.  They also create a web page and promotional poster.  They learn the conventions of media production planning, designate appropriate video production roles and evaluate professional animation productions. They use a range of traditional and contemporary media materials, equipment and technologies.

MAIN ASSESSMENT TASKS

Students produce a clay animation, maintaining a record of the creating and making process and explain their decisions about how they present it for specific purposes and audiences

RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT

DV Video Camera
Tripod
Digital still Camera
Sound equipment
Lighting equipment
imovie editing software
Celtx Scriptwriting and production planning software
Folio workbook
istopmotion animation capture software
Modelling Clay and wire
Art Supplies

 

Possible pathway could lead into -

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Design

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