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Semester 2 Year 9 Digital Storytelling

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Year 9
Digital Story Telling

Did You Know?
Why have you chosen to take
Digital Story Telling as a subject?

Stop Motion Task 1. – Using Photographs
Once you have familiarised yourself with the Adobe AnimateCC interface, your task is to create a stop motion animation.
The theme is
'Make the impossible happen!'.

This will be explained further in class.
Your animation must incorporate:
• Several photographs you have taken yourself (at least 20)
• A “Tweened” introduction
• Use of text
• Closing credits
• Audio

Familiarise Yourself with the Interface
Adobe Animate CC Introduction Tutorial

• Stroke & Fill
• Shape Tween
• Key Frame
• Layers
• Properties
• Symbols
• Classic Tween
• Removing Frames
• Removing Tweens
• Changing Symbols
• Deco Tool
Creating a
Stop Motion Project

• Importing pics
• Library
• Stage colour
• Properties
• Stage size
• Layers - naming
• Text
• Symbols
• Key Frames
• Alpha
• Free Transform
• Creating introduction
• Vertical & Horizontal Axis
• Stop Motion with pics
• Masks
Two Stars
and a Wish
Something I enjoyed this lesson
Something I learned this lesson
My goal for next lesson
• Term 1 has 8 weeks
• Term 2 has 8 weeks

Key Dates:

• 9 Digital Story Telling Start of Project Work = 6th February
• Labour Day = 13th March
• End of Term 1 = 31st March
• Beginning of Term 2 = 18th April
• ANZAC Day = 25th April
• NAPLAN = 9th to 11th May
• End of Semester = 9th June

Personal Inclusions:

You will need to consider:
• Your Learning Journeys, Café etc.
• Large assessments and examinations form other subjects that will impact homework time

Overall Timing
Details:

Personal Timelines
Introduction Checklist
Introduction Folio Submission Instructions
Planning
an Animation and Stop Motion
Creating a Mind Map
Creating a Storyboard
Resizing and Renaming Images
Creating a Stop Motion in Animate CC with Images
Term 1
Animator v's Animation
Rotoscoping
Stop Motion
Stop Motion
Rotoscope

StopMotion
Rotoscope
Animation Project
Timetable
Mind Map
Story Board
Assets
Audio/Sound Effects/Narrative
Interactivity/Actions
Reflective
You are required to create an interactive interface for very young children.
The objective is to teach them how to use mouse clicks to navigate through a simple story.
The story should engage young children.
Brief
http://pbskids.org/games/shapes/
Magical Shape Hunt
http://pbskids.org/dinosaurtrain/games/buddysamazingadventure.html
Dinosaur Train
http://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/
Hide and Seek
https://www.education.com/game/look-a-book-blending/
Book Bender
Examples
Mind Map
https://www.meistertask.com/
Mindmeister
https://bubbl.us/
bubbl.us
Storyboard
Scenes
Visuals
Sounds
Movements
Stage Dimensions
Generate your Assets
Characters
Backgrounds
Objects
Buttons
Symbols
Create Your
Interface
a.Layout each scene
b.Ensure your moving items are on their own layer
c.Name all layers

Insert your Action Script to create your interactivity

Kinetic Typography

Kinetic Typography
- an animation technique mixing motion and text to express ideas using video animation. This text is presented over time in a manner intended to convey or evoke a particular idea or emotion.
Group Project Kids Interface
Drew
Jason
Bodie
Grace
Tom F
Tayla
Adam
Ryan
Jack


Kevin
Lawson
Marcus
Kosta
Joel
Hannah
Sarthak
Thomas
Finn
Learning
Intentions
Success
Criteria
• To develop effective planning skills for animation tasks
• To develop an awareness for effective interface interactivity for specific age groups
• To develop proficiencies with drawing tool in Animate CC

• Produce an aesthetically appealing interface that is suited to the target audience
Bodie
Lawson
Kevin
Tom
Finn
Jack
Joel
Tayla
Drew
Grace
Hannah
Adam
Sarthak
Tom S
Marcus
Ryan
Kosta
Jason
Sam
Tom G
Tony
Nelvin
Group Project
Kids Interface
Assistance List
Kids Interface Rubric
Kinetic Typography Rubric
Introduction
Stop Motion
Rotoscoping
Kinetic Typography
Semester 2 Activity Submission Timetable
Folios 1, 2, 3 and 4
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in simple animation
Success Criteria
I can
• Create a simple animation using Animate CC
• Set the behavior of my animation on the timeline
• Am beginning to understand the concepts involved in creating an animation

Stop Motion
Stop Motion
Stop Motion
Claymation
Pencilmation
Stop Motion
Lego
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in simple animation
Success Criteria
I can
• Create a simple animation using Animate CC
• Set the behavior of my animation on the timeline
• Am beginning to understand the concepts involved in creating an animation
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in simple animation
Success Criteria
I can
• Create a simple animation using Animate CC
• Set the behavior of my animation on the timeline
• Am beginning to understand the concepts involved in creating an animation
Stop Motion
Start thinking about ideas for your Stop Motion
You will need approximately 20 images
We will be starting Stop Motion next week
!
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in creating a stop motion animation
Success Criteria
I can
• Plan my animation using a storyboard
• Set the behavior of my animation on the timeline
• Am developing my understanding of the concepts involved in creating an animation
Storyboard
Marking Examples
How It's Made
- Stop-Frame Animation
Puppet Making
Stop Motion Rubric
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in simple animation
Success Criteria
I can
• Create a simple animation using Animate CC
• Set the behavior of my animation on the timeline
• Am beginning to understand the concepts involved in creating an animation
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in creating a stop motion
Success Criteria
I can
• Create a simple stop motion animation using Animate CC
• Am developing an understanding of the concepts involved in creating an animation
• Understand the importance of stable framing techniques for stop motion
Introduction Folios
Stop Motion
Stop Motion
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in creating a stop motion
Success Criteria
I can
• Create a simple stop motion animation using Animate CC
• Am developing an understanding of the concepts involved in creating an animation
• Understand the importance of stable framing techniques for stop motion
Stop Motion
Submission Timetable
Semester 2
Rotoscoping
Rotoscoping Task Steps
Film or find your movie sequence
Import your movie sequence into Animate CC
Rotoscope frames
Create an Introduction and Credits
Complete Reflection
Rubric
Rotoscope
Rotoscope Example
Rotoscope
Rotoscope
Rotoscope
Rotoscope
Submission Timetable Semester 2 - Term 4
Stop Motion Marking Example
I can
Import images into Animate CC
Create a storyboard to show planning
Create a simple stop motion animation
Understand the importance of stable framing techniques for stop motion
Learning Intentions
To understand the key features involved in creating a stop motion
Success Criteria
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Starting Rotoscope
Ace
Alexander
Kieren
Oscar Page
Continuing Rotoscope
Sam
Anabelle
Nelson
Callum
Blake
Spencer

Continuing Stopmotion
Adam
Jessica
Alyssa
Samuel
Frankie
Finn
Michael
Stop Motion Marking Example
Feedback,
Feedback, Feedback
Do you read the feedback provided from your activities??????????
Why is feedback important to your learning?
Starting Rotoscope
Continuing Rotoscope
Alexander
Kieren
Oscar Page
Ace
Sam
Anabelle
Nelson
Callum
Blake
Spencer

Adam
Jessica
Alyssa
Samuel

Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Frankie
Finn
Michael
Refer to feedback you have recieved, either by email or in regards to a submission:
Has this feedback been useful?
Why?/Why not?
Exit Slip
Teacher Question
Group Project
Sam
Kieren
Callum
Spencer
Jessica
Alyssa
Annabelle

Starting Rotoscope
Continuing Rotoscope
Alexander
Kieren
Oscar Page
Ace
Sam
Anabelle
Nelson
Callum
Blake
Spencer

Adam
Jessica
Alyssa
Samuel

Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Frankie
Finn
Michael
Starting Typography
Continuing Rotoscope
Adam
Annabelle
Jessica
Alyssa
Samuel
Frankie
Finn
Michael
Ace
Alexander
Oscar Page
Nelson
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Sam
Kieren
Callum
Spencer
Blake R
Kinetic Typography
Digital Storytelling Submission Timetable
Semester 2/Term 4/Week 1
Working on Rotoscoping
Jeremy
Jessica
Alyssa
Peter
Thomas
Archie
Toby
Rotoscoping Due Today
Adam
Samuel
Frankie
Finn
Michael
Working Typography
Sam
Kieren
Nelson
Callum
Blake
Spencer
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Kinetic Typography Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a sound file into Animate CC
Create a Kinetic Typography animation for a sound file
Show planning of your animation through a storyboard
Reflect on work created in a critically thoughtful way
Semester 2/Term 4/Week 1
Working on
Rotoscoping
Jeremy
Peter
Thomas
Archie
Toby
Typography
Due Today
Kieren
Callum
Spencer
Working on Typography
Nelson
Blake
Finn
Alyssa
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Kinetic Typography Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a sound file into Animate CC
Create a Kinetic Typography animation for a sound file
Show planning of your animation through a storyboard
Reflect on work created in a critically thoughtful way
Annabelle
Ace
Oscar
Michael
Jessica
Adam
Sam
Fankie
Finn
Oscar P
Archie P
Nelson J
Blake R
Jeremy
Toby
Pete
Thomas
Jess
Aly
Teagan
Annie
Sam
Adam
Frankie

Callum
Kieren
Spencer

Assistance List
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Kinetic Typography Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a sound file into Animate CC
Create a Kinetic Typography animation for a sound file
Show planning of your animation through a storyboard
Reflect on work created in a critically thoughtful way
Assistance List
Semester 2/Term 4/Week 2
Working on
Rotoscoping
Jeremy
Peter
Thomas
Archie
Toby
Rotoscoping
Due Friday
Jessica
Alyssa
Working Typography
Kieren
Nelson
Callum
Blake
Jessica
Annabelle
Ace
Oscar
Spencer
Michael
Adam
Sam
Fankie
Finn
Jessica
Working on Introduction
Teagan
Semester 2/Term 4/Week 2
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Rotoscope Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a short video into Animate CC
Trace individual frames of a video
Insert a background into my animation
Create a short Rotoscope movie including an introduction and credits
Learning Intentions
To understand the key steps involved in creating a Kinetic Typography Animation
Success Criteria
I can
Import a sound file into Animate CC
Create a Kinetic Typography animation for a sound file
Show planning of your animation through a storyboard
Reflect on work created in a critically thoughtful way
Assistance List
Ace
Finn
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Week 1
Digital Storytelling
Checklist
An Introduction to the Animate CC Environment
navigating and using the tools
Introduction Folio

There is a tutorial on the LMS to introduce you to Adobe Animate. You will need to extend the material on that tutorial to sow evidence as per requirements below

It is essential that you name all your work this semester as "surname_taskname".
For the first task the file name should be "surname_intro"
Your introduction folio should contain the following:

6 Scenes
1) A Shape tween scene
2) A Classic Tween scene
3) A Motion Tween scene
4) A Classic Tween scene with the use of a Guide Layer
5) A Text animation scene
6) A drawing scene with animation
Input of sound
Stopping sound

Submit your completed work to the Introduction Folio dropbox
Stop Motion
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