A 12 week exploration into using simple animation to elevate a significant message.
Global Context: Personal and Cultural Expression
Students will be exploring the nature and purpose of creative expression.
Statement of Inquiry: We can use animation to communicate a message and compel a call to action.
- What makes images compelling to an audience?
- How might we communicate information visually?
- What is the difference between static and moving images for the viewer?
- How might visual images be used as a call to action?
Key Concept: Communication
- Form: Form concerns the overall shape and configuration of a product. It relates to aspects such as aesthetics, shape, color, and texture.
- Function: The function of a solution refers to what it has been designed to do and how effective it is at enabling that action to be performed.
Students will understand that:
- technology offers a diversified medium to present, communicate and influence communities and societies.
Students will know:
- a range of technology tools to present information in forms that are fit for purpose, meet audience needs and suit the content
- how to reflect on their own and others’ uses of technology to help them develop and improve their ideas and the quality of their work
Students will be able to:
- solve problems creatively by using technology to explore ideas and try alternatives.
- review, modify and evaluate work as it progresses, reflecting critically and using feedback