Here is the website we used in class to introduce transformations.
Here are some other websites to practise your transformations. Click on the titles to open the websites.
Icy Slides, Flips and Turns Determine whether the transformation is a slide, flip or turn
Fit the robots into the suitcase. You may need to slide, flip or turn the robots to fit.
You will design the cover of issue #1 of a comic book starring your superhero. Consider the following:
- overall use of space, colour and neatness
- creative title
- hook (a sentence or phrase to get you to read it)
- publisher’s logo (e.g. DC)
- Superhero action shot (scene related to the incident you described in your biography, foreground and background)
- other elements of a comic book cover (e.g. date, cost, bar code, etc.)
Here is the website of comic book covers we looked at during class today. Use it to help you get some ideas for your superhero cover.
We all know DC superheroes like Batman and Superman and Marvel superheroes like Spiderman and Iron Man, but did you know there are a number of Canadian superheroes too?
Here are some websites to read more about some Canadian superheroes. After you have read about them, leave a comment about your favourite Canadian superhero and why you like him or her.
There was also a team of Canadian superheroes called Alpha Flight. Find out more below:
Can you build a bridge to survive an earthquake from the San Andreas or Hayward faults?
Do you know what kind of structure this is?
What is its name?
Where is it located?
What is it used for?
Why is it important?
How much taller is it than the CN Tower (metres)?