This morning we finished our end of the year project. A mixture of everything: Lady Nitwit, stop motion, shadow-puppets and video editing. I’m very happy with the final result! 😀 What do you think? Enjoy So say we all!!
It’s been two weeks since my first post about chroma keying and I wanted to share with you some pictures I’ve taken over the past two sessions of class, before I upload the final movies. As you can see we have worked in small groups to draw the storyboards. Some teams have even begun shooting. […]
Just a quick post to let you know that today in Arts class we started a new lesson on our “directors in the making” series: Chroma key. This editing technique is used in movies, videos and still photography to replace a portion of an image with a new image. Obviously the plan is to do something […]
Captain’s Log, Stardate: 2012.25 We have finished our stop motion videos and I’m really proud of the work my sixth graders have done. It’s amazing how creative they are! You don’t believe me? I’ll let the evidence speak for itself and you can draw your own conclusions… TV (Blackboard News) – Directors: Alicia Bravo & Alejandro Ruiz […]
My name is Angel Gonzalez Agüera. I teach English, Science and Arts & Crafts at CEIP San Cristobal, a public primary school in Madrid (Spain).
This blog is a record of the activities that my classes engage in throughout the school year, as well as a place to provide my students with extra resources for them to use. I really hope you find it interesting.
Either you like what you see here or you think that I’m wasting my time I would love to hear your thoughts, opinions and any other feedback.