CLO: Student groups will identify animator and that role will walk through the tutorial with their rough draft in order to test the process. Students will be able to trouble shoot and identify problems and solutions to make their final process smoother.
CLO: Students will be able to use visual imagery to tell a cohesive story. Students will also be able to work in group conditions, with special attention to equity in roles. Students will be able to use a storyboard to organize their thoughts and be able to write a reflection on their process.
CLO: Students will construct multiple scenes and characters that tell a cohesive story through stop motion/cell animation.
CLO: Students will be able to offer written feedback on each other's individual storyboards.
1) Does the storyboard have a "hook"? If so, what is it that drew you in? If not, what could be done to do so?
2) Summarize the story in your own words...
3) Did the end "deliver on the promise?"
Place a blank piece of paper at your station. Write your name on it and divide it into 3rds. LEAVE THE PAPER AT YOUR DESK. Please rotate around the room and choose 3 storyboards to comment on, being sure to address all 3 prompts for full credit. Please WRITE YOUR INITIALS next to your comment for credit.
When you return to your seat, review your peer feedback and comment below on the most helpful piece of advice.
Stringer is the CTE Digital Media teacher that specializes in Graphic Design and 3D Animation. Her goal is to expose young minds to creative careers and foster artistic growth.