STORYTELLING FRAMES is a mobile photojournalism programme that promises to equip students with an introduction to photography. Combining both the art of photography and visual story telling, this programme will challenge students on various levels. Exploration is key in this programme where the curriculum is intentionally planned, such that the students are encouraged to first explore on their own with minimal assistance given by the trainer. Upon completing their tasks, they are then taught on the actual techniques. This allows them to learn instantly based on their own works from which they can see and effectively identify areas for improvement. Students are given opportunities to experiment and learn together with the class. Students will produce visual articles in groups, accompanied by presentations.
- Students will be introduced to what mobile photography is.
- Students will understand the concept and impact of photojournalism.
- Students will understand and apply the elements used in photography.
- Students will know how to construct a story based on the photographs taken.
- Students will learn to present confidently.
Programme Title: Storytelling Frames
Art form: Mobile Photography/Photojournalism
Target Audience: Sec (Lower & Upper), ITE, Poly
Venue required: Classrooms and Computer labs
Duration of each session: 2 hrs
Total no. of sessions: 4 sessions
Material/ Equipment needed: Projector, Computer, White Board, Laptops for students
Student: Instructor Ratio: 25 students to 1 instructor