Animate CC: Animating Symbols (At-Home Learners Only)

Objective:

In this lesson, the student will learn how to do the following:

• Animate the position, scale, and rotation of objects using motion tweening.
• Adjust the pacing and timing of your animation.
• Animate transparency and filters.
• Change the path of an object’s motion.
• Create nested animation.
• Split a motion tween.
• Change the easing of an object’s motion.
• Animate in 3D space.

Method:

Using the downloaded Adobe Animate CIB instructions that is available in Canvas. I have shared a folder in Google Drive that contains all of the assets needed for these assignments. The student will start of page 100 and complete the Lesson 3: Animating Symbols is pictured above.

Once completed, the student will export the file through Adobe Media Encoder as a h.264 video. Then, publish the video in YouTube, and paste the YouTube video link into your blog along with a 4-6 sentence summary of learning.

Animate CC: Creating Graphics and Text (At Home Learner Only)

Objective:

In this lesson, the student will learn how to do the following:
• Draw rectangles, ovals, and other shapes.
• Modify the shape, color, and size of drawn objects.
• Understand fill and stroke settings.
• Create and edit curves and variable-width strokes.
• Apply gradients and transparencies.
• Use Art and Pattern brushes for expressive drawing.
• Create, edit text, and use web fonts.
• Distribute objects on the Stage.
• Create and edit symbols.
• Understand symbols and instances.
• Apply filters to symbol instances.

Method:

Using the downloaded Adobe Animate CIB instructions that is available in Canvas. I have shared a folder in Google Drive that contains all of the assets needed for these assignments. The student will start of page 42 and complete the Lesson 2: Creating Graphic and Text is pictured above.

Once completed, the student will export the file as an JPEG and post to their blog along with a 4-6 sentence summary of learning.

Animate CC: Getting Acquainted (At Home Learners)

Objective

The student will learn how to do the following:

Create a new file in Adobe Animate CC.
Understand the different Adobe Animate document types.
Adjust Stage settings and document properties.
Add layers using the Timeline panel.
Understand and manage keyframes in the timeline.
Work with imported images in the Library panel.
Move and reposition objects on the Stage.
Add filters and color effects to keyframes.
Open and work with panels.
Select and use tools in the Tools panel.
Preview your animation.
Save your file.

Method:

Download the Adobe Animate CIB instructions that is available in Canvas. I have shared a folder in Google Drive that contains all of the assets needed for these assignments. The student will start of page 2 and complete the Lesson 1: Getting Acquainted animated GIF that is pictured above.

Once completed, the student will export the file as an Animated GIF and post to their blog along with a 4-6 sentence summary of learning.

12 Principles of Animation

Objective:

Review the elements and principles of design and the 12 Principles of Animation.

Method:

Work through teacher led discussion to identify and act out the 12 principles of animation.

Turn In:

The students will take notes and create a blog post. 

Create a new post on your blog that contains a definition, video example, and explanation of how the video clip you chose represents each of the 12 principles of animation.

Resources:

12 Principles of Animation Notes (1-5)

12 Principles of Animation PowerPoint

https://youtu.be/EVQflnGcx4k

Snow White Movie is in Canvas

History of Animation

Objective:
Identify and discuss important people and events that played a role in the development of animation.

Method:
Introduction through teacher led discussion, view multiple shorts that have impacted the industry throughout history.

Turn In:
Choose either a noted animator or character from the world of animation and create a 3-5 slide presentation over their impact/importance on the development of the industry. Include information about their life, career, studio affiliations, and overall impact.

Save the presentation in PDF format and post to your blog. These will not be presented in class.

Resources:

12 Principles of Animation

Objective:

Review the elements and principles of design and the 12 Principles of Animation.

Method:

Work through teacher led discussion over the eight elements and eight principles of design and discuss how the impact animation. Identify and act out the 12 principles of animation.

Turn In:

The students will take notes and create a blog post. Define each element and principle, give a graphical representation of each and explain the example you chose.
Create a new post on your blog that contains a definition, video example, and explanation of how the video clip you chose represents each of the 12 principles of animation.

Resources:

12 Principles of Animation Notes (1-5)

12 Principles of Animation PowerPoint

Styles of Animation Notes

Animating Our World

The 12 Principles of Animation thru Disney

The Illusion of Life

Understand Disney’s 12 Principles of Animation by Creative Blog