CONTINUE WITH YOUR MOODBOARD ANNOTATIONS USING THE INFORMATION BELOW.
IF YOU FINISH - START TO SKETCH OUT WHAT YOUR LEVELS WILL LOOK LIKE ON PAPER (A4 SKETCH ON WHITE PAPER, USING COLOUR, KEEP THEM IN YOUR FOLDER)
Sketch the following:
Level 1, 2, 3, 4
Win and Lose Screen
Any others relevant to your game.
To develop and refine effective moodboard annotations
Success Criteria - you understand how your annotations will take shape, you are confident to make a start, you have started your annotations and have acted on feedback in order to improve your evaluative writing
Starter: What are annotations and why do we need them? Where does the word annotation come from?
Have a look at this moodboard. How does this pupil EXPLAIN her ideas?
What kind of language is used?
Where is it evaluative and where is it descriptive?
Which style of writing gives a better explanation?
Moodboard annotations example 1
Moodboard annotations example 2
How would you improve these?
Create a new Word Doc or Publisher file.... Save it as Moodboard annotations in your Moodboard folder.
Take pics of your whole moodboard and of the different sections on your moodboard list. Target audience, scenes, music etc.
Import the images
Begin your own annotations to explain your ideas.
Feedback - in pairs. Where is your partner writing descriptively or evaluatively?
How can he or she improve his/her explanations?
Act on feedback to make changes.
How have your explanations improved?
What are your next steps?