Animation and Film
New media technologies are in demand and Puppetry in Practice's Stop-Motion Animation residencies are among our most requested programs. PiP embraces technology as an integral part of its innovative arts education programs. PiP provides students with the essential tools to bring their learning to life with fun and engaging animation techniques, while being immersed in curriculum studies. Students use laptop computers and webcams, animation software and their imaginations to create high-quality animated shorts and features they can share with their peers or broadcast to the world via social media.
This residency develops creative problem solving, critical thinking, and communication and collaboration skills through hands-on learning with technology. Students work together in groups and discover it takes teamwork to succeed beyond their expectations.
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ABOUT THIS RESIDENCY
This residency is typically 10 sessions and meets once a week in the classroom.
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Week 1 - Animation Exploration
Week 2 - Storyboarding
Week 3 - Text and Titles
Week 4 - Cut-Paper/Collage
Week 5 - Pixilation
Week 6 - Whole Class Project
Week 7 - Animating with Objects
Week 8 - Green Screen Exploration
Week 9 - Audio Recording with Music
Week 10 - Final Viewing
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Fables and Folktales
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This is a collaborative and creative way for students to study the rich history of New York City.
Perfect for addressing 2nd grade Social Studies standards.