Link to D'Oscars
- To understand the potential of multimedia narrative
- To compare and contrast different narrative medium
- To examine how digital narratives are more powerful than texts
1. Watch some stop animation video clips on eLocker/Y6 Students/ICT/Stop Animation
2. Explore iStopMotion on the ipad
3. Discuss the benefits of stop animation
- To explore the features of iStopMotion
- To insert audio to animation
- To experiment with timeframes
- To save the animation to the camera roll of the ipad
1. Click on the “?” on the top right-hand corner, which toggles On/Off guides for the app
2. Create a 10-frame animation and add audio/narration to the animation.
3. Try out different time frames under Settings (default is 12fps) and observe the effect/difference.
4. Save completed animation to camera roll.
Lesson 3 and 4
- To add titles, transitions and credits to a film
- To use a video editing app
- To upload a video clip to eLocker
1. Explore Pinnacle Studio on the iPad
2. Load animation into the app
3. Add titles, transitions and credits
4. Export movie to the Camera Roll
5. Upload movie to eLocker
6. Peer assess animation on eLocker by leaving comments
- To explore different camera/shot angles
1. Watch video and powerpoint on eLocker/Y6 Students/ICT/Stop Animation/Angles_Shot types
2. Try out the different angles by with iStopMotion.
- To be familiar with the rubric and time line
1. In groups, go through the D'Oscars booklet, paying attention to the judging criteria
2. Plan a story mountain and write down the story summary in the booklet.
3. Make a list of equipment needed and jobs for each member of the group
- To use a storyboard to plan a narrative
1. Watch video clip of Toy Story storyboarding below ( also on eLocker/Y6 Students/D'Oscars/Storyboard).
2. Discuss the importance of storyboarding.
3. Discuss different angles/shots in the video.
4. Plan at least 6 storyboards for each part of the story mountain:
- Build Up
Storyboarding of Toy Story 1