Stop Motion Video 2018
Over the past few lessons, 9P1 have been working on Stop-Motion Animations to consolidate their learning of what they have studied over the course of Year 9. This ranges from immunisation and the immune system to alkali metals and the order of drug development.
The Immune System-- Emily, Lorna & Katie
This stop-motion video is based on the immune system and shows the different stages of how the cells handle different pathogens in the body.
The Immune Response-- Howard & Jacob L
We based our video on how white blood cells in a our body create antibodies to respond to bacterial infections and diseases.
Immunisation-- Salma, Emily & Anaïs
Our stop motion animation is based on the process of immunisation and it's purpose for human beings.
The Order of Drug Development-- Lucy & Lily
This video follows the journey of a drug as it is developed and tested until it is used for human consumption and will change many lives.
Metal Reactivity-- Mason, Calvin & Tommy
We showed the reactions of different metals in group 1 metals including sodium and potassium. Our stop motion animation shows both are soft and internally shiny. This is the same with all G1 metals, even though the further down the line, they become softer and more reactive.
Reflection and Refraction-- Jacob E, Jenny, Sadie & Max
A fun, interesting and educational animation about how light travels through different matter such as glass.
Atomic Structure-- Alex,Dylan, James and Adam
Our stop motion animation shows different types of bonds such as ionic, covenant and metallic bonds.
The Immune System--Nathan, Natali, Erin & Georgia
Our animated video demonstrates how your immune system destroys pathogens that enter the human body.
Ionic Bonding- Miles, Will & Ethan
Our animated demonstration is about the topic of ions and how they bond by transferring electrons.
Meiosis-Chole, Austin, Dan & Ny Neda
The topic we were given was meiosis, which is the process of how sex-cells duplicate. Meiosis is very similar to mitosis, however 4 daughter cells are created and daughter cells are genetically different. We used plasticine to represent different parts of the cells and paper to annotate