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Lesson Four – Toy Pictures

This computing teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to select and capture a range of graphic images to use on a multimedia blog page about different toys. The children can use a digital camera to capture images of a specific toy from a range of different angles.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and capture a range of graphic images to use on a multimedia blog page about different toys

Learning Objectives

Use technology purposefully to create and store digital content. Capture images of objects using digit cameras.

Learning Outcomes

I know how to use a computer to store images taken with a camera. I can use a digital camera to capture images of objects.

Toy Pictures

Teaching sequence to help the children select and capture a range of graphic images to use on a multimedia blog page about different toys

Toy Snaps

Display posters for whole class discussion to help the children identify and describe how toys have been positioned in different photographs

Toy Pictures

Template to help the children record how images taken of different toys match a range of graphic positions

Toy Pictures

Interactive activity to help the children select and capture a range of graphic images to use on a multimedia blog page about different toys

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and capture a range of graphic images to use on a multimedia blog page about different toys

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