Objective (I Can):
• 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 my animation.
• Save a file
Creatings a simple slideshow-type animation to showcase a few vacation
snapshots. We will add a background, photos, and some decorative elements, and in the process learn about positioning elements on the Stage and placing them along the timeline of the animation so that they appear one at a time, in sequence. We will use the Stage to organize your visual elements spatially,
and how to use the Timeline panel to organize your elements temporally.
All Animate CC Resources can be found in Google Classroom.
2019 FALL FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE
**Monday, December 16th – 7th only (no 6th period) 1:10 – 2:55 PM
**Tuesday, December 17th – 6th only (no 7th period) 1:10 – 2:55 PM
Wednesday, December 18TH (A Day)
1st: 7:20 – 8:35am
3rd: 8:40 – 9:55am
5A: 10:00 – 11:20am
Thursday, December 19th (B Day)
2nd: 7:20 – 8:35am
4th: 8:40 – 9:55am
5B: 10:00 – 11:20am
**Note: Monday, December 16th and Tuesday, December 17th are FULL Days. 1st – 5A or 5B follow the regular bell schedule.
Objective (I can)
use technology applications when completing Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications projects and processes. The student is expected to:
(A) use technology applications such as social media, email, Internet, writing and publishing, presentation, and spreadsheet or database applications for Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications projects; and
(B) use processes such as personal information management, file management, and file sharing.
understandprinciples of commercial photography. The student is expected to:
(A) demonstrate knowledge of photographic composition and layout; and
(B) evaluate photographs using principles of art, commercial photography standards, and critical-thinking skills.
I can use frame animation to create an animated rocket and clock and export it as an animated GIF file. (2 DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS)
All resources for the Rocket Animation AND the Clock Animation are on Google Classroom.
After this lesson, students will be able to:
- define and give examples of stop motion animation
- create their own stop motion animation
Your task is to create a short stop-motion film about any subject you like.
You may work in pairs or individually to complete this project. The outcome
should be as professional as possible. Familiarize yourself with recent
award-winning stop motion films to get an idea of the quality of work being
done. Also ensure that you pay close attention to the marking guide so you
know exactly what you need to do/include to gain maximum marks.
Your animation should be between 30 seconds to 1 minute long. You must include at least one character. It need not be a humanoid, in fact, it might be more interesting if you use an inanimate object instead, but overall you should be able to demonstrate a range of
animation principles and timing with your project.