Arts: Theatre

Lesson Plans 3-5

A Day in the Life
Students will use You did not and experience to tell about events.
Airport
Students will create a movie on how to know if you are connected to the Airport.
AppleWorks
Students will create a movie on how to open word processing in AppleWorks.
Caring for Your iBook
Students will create a movie on how to care for their iBook.
Clay Animations
Students will create and film clay animations using knowledge of structures and functions of visual arts.
Connecting the AlphaSmart
Students will create a movie on how to connect the AlphaSmart to a computer.
Connecting the Digital Camera
Students will create a movie on how to connect a digital camera to a computer.
Designing and Filming Commercials
Students understand and apply media, techniques and processes when creating a commercial.
Digital Camera Basics
Students will create a movie on the basics of using a digital camera.
Don't Burn Up Your Computer
Students will create a movie on how to determine the number of programs open at one time.
Filing Cabinet
Students will create a movie on how to place data in a "filing cabinet" system on the teacher's computer.
Gettysburg Movie
Students will know the causes and important events of the Civil War by reading and depicting the Gettysburg Address.
Images from the Internet
Students will create a movie on how to get images from the Internet.
Kidspiration
Students will create a movie on how to start a new document in Kidspiration.
Procedure Movies
Students will use details to describe classroom procedures.
Scanning Basics
Students will create a movie on how to scan objects into the computer.
Trackpad
Students will create a movie on how to use the track pad on the iBook.
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