Creative School 2015-16
Time: 50 hours in November and December -15
Theme: PROCESS FICTION
Primary Target Audience: GRADE 5-6
Secondary Target Group: PRESCHOOL AND GRADE 1-4
Teacher: JOSEFIN TORP
"We want to work in a new way with literature. The older students, who are in grade 6-9 in the Ovanåker Municipality, will immerse in fiction. They will read the texts, then they will present what they've read in their own films (including animation) and/or dance. The result will be presented to younger students and published on the web. "
Students in Viksjöfors all read the same picture book for children; ”The hamster is gone” by Anders Palmaer, with illustrations by Ingela P Arrhenius.
Students then were divided in groups. The groups used different animation program to detect the possibilities of the technology. They practiced and experimented happily and prepared the recording.
But at first, they had to write summaries of the contents of the book. The writing part of the project was not as popular … (But Rasha put a lot of effort into her text; every word should be written down and correctly spelled. See the result below!)
Animating Technique, an exemple
Late night correction time for the teacher.
Some movies in various techniques and languages.
If the pictures on this page are not visible – the program has been difficult in recent times – click on this link: LITERATURE – The hamster is gone.
There you will also find this text in Swedish. Läs om Hamster-projektet på svenska!
Eleverna i åk 7 i Alfta var också med i detta Skapande-skola-projekt. De läste böcker om Identitet och gjorde filmer kring detta tema, men deras filmer är inte offentliga.
TILLBAKA TILL FILM
- LITERATURE & STORYTELLING/LITTERATUR & DRAMA
- NEW MEDIA ARTS/FILM & IT
- VISUAL ART/KONST/
- English/Foreign Language/Engelska
- Native Language/Swedish/Svenska
- Social Science/SO
- Thematic Work/Temaarbeten
- Visual Arts/Bild
The project Erasmus+ ID KA201-01226718 has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.