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Teacher: Mrs.

Valli Number of pupils: 22

Class/Set: 8N3

Date: 22/04/12

Time/Period: 1&2 Scheme of Work:

Room: 30 Level:5/6

Subject: Animation Lesson 2

Learning Objectives (WALT): Able to understand the importance of creating animations. Able to make use of resources to learn how to create animation effects using Adobe Flash

- Able to explore tools available in Adobe Flash to create advanced animation effects. Intended Learning Outcomes (WILF): All must be able to: understand the concept animation and its purpose Most should be able to: follow tutorial to learn animation effects available in Adobe Flash Some could: create own simple animations.
Keywords: animation, Adobe Flash, image, small change, moving , heart, traffic lights, morphing words, keyframe, motion tweens, shape tweens, PivotStick, free transform tool, eye icon, layers, Reference to cross-curriculum issues (Literacy, Numeracy, Citizenship, PSHE, ECM..): Entry ( 2.5 mins) Starter (5 mins): Demo: Animator vs Animation video clip An animator faces his own animation in deadly combat. The battlefield? The Flash interface itself. A stick figure is created by an animator with the intent to torture. The stick figure will be using everything he can find - the brush tool, the eraser tool, etc. - to get back at his tormentor. Resources Animator_vs._Animatio n.flv Animation_New Group.pptx

It's resourcefulness versus power. Who will win? You can find out yourself. Main ( 55 mins): Explain WILF What is Animation Animation is a visual technique that provides the illusion that something is moving by displaying a collection of images which are displayed one after another very rapidly. Each image contains a small change Example: A leg moves slowly so that eventually the lady looks like she is walking. Software packages: Pivot Stick, Adobe Flash, Microsoft PowerPoint

Adobe Flash CS3 Professional

Motion Tween: To move an object from left to right, up and down, diagonally, clockwise, or counter clockwise smoothly.

Keyframe: Used to modify the content of the preceding keyframe

Free Transform Tool: Used to resize and rotate graphics elements

Eye Icon in Timeline Panel: Used to control the visibility of layers

Break Apart Twice? 1st To place each letter in its own field 2nd To transform these letters into raw shapes

Shape Tween:To morph an object into the form of another.

Task of the day Common Area Flash Activities Activity 1: Door Activity 2: Flowers Activity 3: Fish Tank Plenary ( 10 mins): AFL Differentiation (related to Learning Outcomes) - G & T: Continue with navigations buttons and adding sound activities Homework : animation homework. doc 1) What is animation? 2) Name 2 software packages you use for creating animations? 3) Name 5 tools available in Adobe Flash and its function. 4) What is keyframe? 5) Name 3 types of motion available in Adobe Flash and its function. 6) What is FLV? 7) What is SWF? 8) What is symbol? Name 3 types of symbols available in Adobe Flash. Assessment including WILF: Questioning & Discussion (AfL) What have you learnt today? What is animation and its purpose Followed tutorial to learn animation effects available in Adobe Flash Have the confidence to create own simple animations. Evaluation of the lesson:

Informal observations made by curriculum mentor [x]: