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Schools Resource Info 2013

Schools Resource Info 2013

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Outline of Need a Hero Project
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Published by: Visible Fictions on Feb 21, 2013
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A 4
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week interactive resourcewith supporting workshop for Primary 4 classes attendingThe Mark of Zorro.
 
 
 
March 2013
 
Need a Hero? provides schools with an exciting and engaging opportunity to:
 
Explore how art and creativity can support the delivery of the Curriculum for Excellence
 
Explore new ways of using Glow in a meaningful and useful way
 
Share resources and ideas both within the school itself and with other schools across Scotland
 
Need a Hero? is an educational project developed by Visible Fictions and inspired by the company’sproduction of 
The Mark of Zorro
. This 4 week project aims to engage with Primary 4 pupils and al-lows the main themes of 
The Mark of Zorro
to be explored through the tale of a completely new char-acter and story.
 
Week One
 
The pupils are introduced to a video broadcast in the style of a news report following up onsightings of an alleged superhero who goes by the name of Lightning Avenger.
 
Week Two
 
The pupils will meet Lightning Avenger through a live online chat or in person when she turns up attheir school unbeknownst to the class. The superhero will place her trust in the pupils as she iscurrently in hiding; she will confess that sadly her sidekick was captured while in pursuit of her archenemy Hellstorm. She is desperate to find a new sidekick to help her to protect and save the world.She informs the class that she will be recruiting a new sidekick in the next few weeks and that she isputting them through a selection process.
Week Three
 
In this week the class will be part of an audition process to become Lightning Avenger’s newsidekick. They will engage in a selection of creative tasks carried out by teachers but prepared andplanned in collaboration with Visible Fictions artists. The pupils will keep in contact with Lightning Avenger via her web page, posting documentation of their tasks and also reading new revelations onLightning Avenger’s recent adventures.
Week Four 
 
Via a live broadcast it will be shockingly revealed to the class that Lightning Avenger has been cover-ing up her true identity and she is merely an ordinary girl named Rosie who does not have anysuper powers at all. Upset that she has deceived her newfound friends she will ask the pupils;‘Why did I think I could be a superhero? Or do anything that could change or help the world? After allI’m only a young girl, what can I do?’
 
Book tickets for The Mark of Zorro and receive a FREE 4
-
week interactive resourcewith supporting workshop for Primary 4 classes.First come first served.

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