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    • L4 Critical Study
      • Sarra Hornby
    • What we’ll learn
      • “ This module begins the process by which students of animation start to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully enter the Animation industry as professional practitioners.”
      • Talking about animation….
    • By the end of this module, you will be able to....
      • •  Demonstrate an understanding of the origins and the history of the development of animation.
      • •  To describe accurately the effect of technical, economic and social limitations on aesthetics and production methods.
      • •  Communicate the results of study/work accurately and reliably and with structured argument using appropriate technology.
    • How?
      • By watching lots of animation
      • By applying analytical tools and concepts
      • By reading books about animation
    • What I will do
      • Point you in the right direction
    • What you will do
      • Contribute in class
      • Respond to tasks outside of class
      • Engage with external events
      • Begin to network within your profession
    • Why this class will be great
      • We will watch some really cool stuff
      • We’ll learn from each other
      • The assessment is easy…..
    • Blog: Assessment
      • Individual Blog
      • 15 Minute Group Presentation
    • Blog Final Assessment Final Assessment
      • As an individual , submit a series of blog posts (no more than five) that:
      • Demonstrates your understanding of aspects of the origins and the history of the development of animation.
      • Summarise your engagement with the animation industry (through events or talks)
    • Group Presentation Final Assessment Final Assessment
        • In a group of no more than three, produce a 15 minute (maximum) presentation that demonstrates your group’s understanding of the effects of technical, economic and social limitations on aesthetics and production methods with reference to a particular style, genre, studio or animation auteur.
      • Your presentation should include references to relevant animations and secondary academic sources. Your presentation can be produced on any appropriate presentation software.
    • Today
      • Begin to immerse ourselves in some animation ‘texts’.
      • Talk about what we know, what we like, why we like it.
      • Find some interesting books.