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North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
North coast region special project
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North coast region special project

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This project is for parents and students who are involved in the claymation project

This project is for parents and students who are involved in the claymation project

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  • 1. North Coast Region Special Project
    Focus : Claymation
  • 2. What is Claymation?
  • 3. Produce an animated film using Claymation eg Wallace and Grommit. Each school will produce one animated film each.
    Students will develop
    technology skills
    team work skills
    autonomous work habits
    researching skills
    students personal creativity
    Aim of the Project
  • 4. Students from the Tweed Learning Community
    Tweed River High School
    Banora Point Public School
    Tweed Heads Public School
    Tweed Heads South Public School
    Carool Public School
    Bilambil Public School
    Some TAFE students will be available to assist students when creating their piece of work.
    Who?
  • 5. When: Arrive at 8.15 to begin at 8.30 and finish at 2.30. We need to be out of the computer room by 2.oo so recess will be 11.00 and lunch will be at 2.00.
    Thursday 28th July
    Thursday 11th August
    Thursday 18th August
    Thursday 25thAugust
    Stay tuned for when we have a presentation of achievements. This date will be set closer to the conclusion to the project.
    When
  • 6. Where
    Park here
  • 7. What will they will need
    Cost - No cost for the program at this stage will be required. If students which to purchase a T-shirt then parents will need to purchase this. The cost at this stage will be $20-25.
    Resources – students will be provided with a kit including pencils, diary, usb stick etc
    Lunch – bring a packed lunch or students can use the canteen
    Be aware that each school group will need to take a computer and school camera. You maybe asked by your teacher to help transport these resources to each week of the project.
  • 8. You will be required to get your child to and from the venue.
    Please be on time. The students have a limited amount of time for the project and cannot afford to be away.
    Transport
  • 9. Students will be required to
    Write WEEKLY reflections from the session on the project blog. They will be able to upload pictures etc. Students can write what they learned, what they did, the best part, ideas they have. Instructions on how to use the blog will be on the site.
    Over the 5 weeks of the project students will be required to make an animation using a simple program called Pivot Man. Students will be given a copy of the program on a usb stick. They can save their work on their usb stick. They will need a pc to use this program.
    Tasks can be completed at school. Please negotiate this with your teacher. Your support in ensuring these tasks are completed would be very much appreciated.
    Homework
  • 10. What is a blog?
    A blog is a simple website that allows us to share information with a wider audience.
    The blog for our projects will only be accessible for students/teachers with a DEC user name and password. Parents can access the blog using their child’s login details. Students will access blogs through the portal.
    In order for your child to be involved in the blog a parent permission note handed out tonight will need to be completed.
  • 11. A video about how the creations were made will be produced
    Students by the completion of the project will upload their creations to a website. This will be live on the internet but no photos of students will be submitted.
    Video and website
  • 12. Any communication will occur via student email. Please ensure your child is checking their email for any messages every few days.
    Communication
  • 13. Video Conference
    Throughout the project we hope to connect with a cartoonist from Queensland via a video conference. We hope to allow students to talk to him about his job and give some cartooning tips/hints
  • 14. What are your responsibilities?
    Ensure students are on time and attend every session unless absent
    Provide a packed lunch or money for lunch from the canteen
    Ensure students are writing reflections on blog
    Ensure students have completed their animated piece using Pivot Man. A copy of this software will be given to students on a usb stick.
    Complete the permission forms tonight and return
  • 15. If you have any questions throughout the program then please see your teacher representative.
    Questions

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