Use iMotion Pro to create an animation of a tower.
Animation and Drawing by Do Ink ($7.99)
Watch the first tutorial and create your own animation of a buzzing fly.
Watch the second tutorial and create your own animation of a buzzing fly.
Green Screen by Do Ink ($4.49)
Use Green Screen by Do Ink to combine your tower and basketball animations.
Power Out by Leon Duffy
From the iBooks store . . .
“Welcome to Cow Planet where the evil Dr Cowton has hatched a plan to unleash his Cow Ray and turn every living thing in the Universe into cows. Can the famous Astronauts Steve, Mark and David stop Dr Cowton and his diabolical plan.
This comic was created using Minecraft, Comic Life and Book Creator on an iPad by Leon Duffy from Carrigaline Educate Together National School. ”
>> You can download ‘Power Out’ by Leon Duffy from the iBooks Store
Creating our own Comic Strips
- Plan your story using the Seven Steps planning guide.
- Use Minecraft to create your images (take screenshots)
- Use Strip Designer to make your comic.
- Publish your comic strip, as an image, to our class blog.
This week we have been making Research hotlists.
We have chosen topics of interest, located relevant websites and then created posters to assist other students with their research.
Click on the images below and then use your QR code reader to find out more about:
- Jamie Elliot
- Heidelberg Warriors United
- Steve Motlop
- Justice Crew
Selecting a video
- Visit the video page for BBC Earth https://www.youtube.com/user/BBCEarth/videos
- Select a wild animal video that doesn’t involve mating and isn’t too scary for the preps to watch.
- Press the share button and copy the URL
Creating a QR code
Visit QR Stuff http://www.qrstuff.com/
Create a QR code for your video
Save your QR code to your camera roll
Creating an Animal Picture
- Use our Art supplies to create a 2D A4 image of your animal
Finalising your Poster
- Use PicCollage to create:
- A text box with your name and grade
- A text box with a phrase designed to encourage people to scan your QR code
- Your QR code
- Arrange your items in the same positions you intend to use them on your poster. That way you can get a good idea of the size they will print out.
- Make sure the background of your PicCollage is white
- Print out your PicCollage and attach the text elements
- Back your final poster with complimentary coloured cover paper
Scanning the Posters
Use i-nigma to scan the QR codes of posters that pique your interest.
Please download the free i-nigma app to use for this unit of work.
Mrs Paterno has been teaching the Year Fives how to write quality comments.
Here are the guidelines they are following.
- Begin like a letter
- Compliment the writer
- Add new information
- Make a connection
- Finish with a question
- Write about the post
- Do not include any personal information, especially your last name
- Carefully proofread and edit
Use WebDAV Nav+ to download the data grid from the s:drive
Watch the video and read the transcript
Complete all sections of the data grid including:
Copy and Paste
- Use WebDAV Nav+ to upload the completed data grid to the s:drive