Sunday, March 24, 2013

9EAD Assignment : Landing on Jabberwocky

In my 9EAD class, we are studying the planet fo 'Jabberwocky.' Our class has been split up into groups according to which team we applied for. On board the S.S Explorer, there are five different teams which are the navigation team, the wild-life exploration team, the medical team, security and defence, and the  extra-terrestrial group, which I am in. In my team I am the 'indigenous ethics advisor.' There are about 5 or 6 students in each team. During class sessions, our room is sometimes transformed into the ship and our desks are swapped for panels or surgery tables and other things each team needs.  We have just landed and our assignment is to draw what we saw while exploring the planet of Jabberwocky. Here are my 6 snapshots.


Establishing shot of planet Jabberwocky
Close up shot of Jabberwocky plant : Frumzple.
Medium shot of extra-terrestrial.
Extreme close up shot of Extra Terrestrial body part.
High shot of S.S Explorer landing zone.

Low angle of S.S Explorer.

4 comments:

  1. I love it Toreka - it's great to see you using your fabulous IT skills to share your thinking at College. I'm trying to work out which body part the close up is of. I'm sure I'll catch up in the next instalment of graphics!
    Mrs Nua

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  2. Like Mrs Nua - we're so happy that you have continued using this medium to share what you are learning at Colege. It's definitely an effective way to show what you understand. Keep it going Toreka. Looking forward to many more posts of you this year. Love mum

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  3. Hi Toreka
    What a fabulous blog, and how what very creative drawings you have made of Planet Jabberwocky.
    Thank you too for the amazing presentation that you and Selena gave to the staff at AGGS yesterday. I was so impressed with your confidence, (golly talking to a whole staff -about 100 people- of the school that you have just joined!) and your ideas. It is most impressive for us to see the skills and knowledge that you are bringing to our school.
    Best wishes for you future learning
    Mrs Baas

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  4. Toreka,

    I'm happy to see that you're continuing your art skills! I like space exploration too!

    Roger Wagner

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