Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Animation -Deniz à l'ONF

Hello Mr. Lemelin,


Yesterday, Deniz brought to school an education brochure and notepads from the Ottawa International Animation. I apologize for not sending you a a note about that. We were at the Animation Film festival this weekend and when we saw little sketch pads, we thought that friends in his class could have some fun creating their own little animation.


I’ve mentioned to one of the workshop presenters that my son has a “tech savvy” teacher who keeps a very cool classroom blog J. I hope you don’t mind me using these words and promoting your work. She gave me her contact information and was very interested in seeing your blog. I’ve attached her business card to this letter. She told me that the National Film Board (NFB) offers school workshops. I’ll send Genevieve a follow up email and cc you as well.


Deniz told me that you wanted to see a video we created. Here is a little explanation of what we did.


When you open a USB memory stick, go to the Animation Film Festival Workshop folder and you’ll see two clips.


1. A first clip was made by NFB volunteers using the pixilation technique. We were all asked to take a special pose, move left or right, or stay still while they took pictures. At the end they put the movie together combining all the pictures.


2. Second clip, Hungry Dragon, is a five seconds long animation created in a free group setting using the paper cut-outs and sand on a light table.


If you’d like you can post these two clips on your blog. I guess there are no specific author rights related to these clips as they were created in group settings.


Enjoy!


Best Regards,


Dinka





Merci beaucoup Deniz et Dinka! J'adore quand les élèves de la classe nous partagent des projets extraordinaires! On va certainement esseyer cette technique cette année.

Friday, 23 September 2011

Les forces en équilibre

Animoto - Les forces en équilibre



Ooops!

J'ai oublié de vous dire que vais être absent lundi matin!
M Lemelin

Sécurité avant tout!

Les accidents sont souvent causés par le manque d'organisation. Quel casier est le plus sécutitaire? Note-le dans les commentaires.


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Thursday, 22 September 2011

Bases, fondations

Comment est-ce que les bases affectent la stabilité des structures? On a fait des bases étroites, larges, renforcies et plusieurs autres expérimentations.





Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Structures - recherche de photos

Combien de chaque type de structure y a t'il dans ce film?







Pourquoi ont-ils de différentes formes?

Que voulez-vous apprendre?

Les 6e de M Allard, parlez-moi des projets que vous voulez faire.

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Structures stables ....premières tentatives

On a vite compris que la communication est aussi importante que les techniques utilisées. Il faut aussi avoir assez de temps pour planifier et exécuter le défi.

Planter des tomates...hmmmm

Si tu as 12 tomates à planter dans ton jardin,
et ton jardin doit être rectangulaire,
comment peux-tu les organiser?

Friday, 16 September 2011

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Flipping the Classroom

A different paradigm in the process of teaching and learning.
Salman Khan from TED talks: Flipping the Classroom

Films de l'ONF sur les responsabilités

Aujourd'hui on a visionné deux animations de l'Office National de Film (ONF) :
Distances et Chaque enfant.
Qui dans ces films a ds responsabilités?
Comment est-ce qu'ils gêrent les conflits?
Comment te sentirais-tu si tu étais le bébé?

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Check please!



Hi parents,


I have a special request for you. Would it be possible to only use checks, not cash, for all payments made to the school?


The Ministry of Education is making it a little more laborious for teachers to manage cash. Checks will be much simpler to manage.


Many thanks.


Roger Lemelin

Friday, 9 September 2011

Oh! qu'ils sont responsables


Il y a des enfants qui se sont blessé avec des bâtons dans la cour cette semaine.



Les amis de la classe se sont porté bénévole pour les ramasser. Oh! qu'ils sont responsables!



Thursday, 8 September 2011