Emojis are graphics used to express an idea or an emotion in texts and social media. Students design their own emoji and show the context in which it would be used.

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Wednesday Art club went to the Auckland botanic gardens sculpture trail and the Auckland Art Gallery.

BYE BYE 2017.

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Emojis are the perfect hook to get your students eager to share their feelings.  Turn this fun drawing project into a lesson on “I statements” and expressing feelings verbally.  The cut-apart pages are perfect for leaving out in the classroom for students to use again when they are struggling with their emotions and need a way to communicate how they feel.

If you would like more information about writing I statements, take a look at this blog post

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Room 6 Emojis, Term 4

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Room 5 Emojis , Term 4

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Emojis are the perfect hook to get your students eager to share their feelings.  Turn this fun drawing project into a lesson on “I statements” and expressing feelings verbally.  The cut-apart pages are perfect for leaving out in the classroom for students to use again when they are struggling with their emotions and need a way to communicate how they feel.

If you would like more information about writing I statements, take a look at our blog post.

Do you use emoji? How often do you use it? Where do you use emoji the most?

Do you have a favourite emoji? What emoji do you use most frequently?

How have emoji changed the way you communicate?

Do you think emoji are just a fashion? Do you think you will be using emoji in a year? In five years?

Room 2 Stencil Emojis, Term 4 2017.

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Year 5 Emojis drawings m\, Term 4, 2017.

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Year 8 Rough Drawing Designs , Term4 2017,

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Emoji and emoticons are not the same thing. Emoticons are a “typographical display”. This means they only use text symbols on a keyboard. So, for example, 🙂 is an emoticon. An emoji is the little pictures we all use now.

Emojis were invented in Japan in 1998 or 1999. They became popular worldwide only after 2012. Many argue it was the iPhone that made emoji so popular (they introduced the Emoji keyboard in 2011).

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On your rough draft worksheet, design 6-9 emoji faces– each must be unique and reveal a different expression – do not copy other students’ ideas.

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TIPS

  • Keep it line-based focus on line quality and simple colors.
  • Have your neighbor make the ‘face’ for you , notice how the facial features are positioned and replicate it in a emoji style
  • Choose emotions that you think very few will choose, but others should be able to tell what it is
  • Use a variety of DIFFERENT types of moods!

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Having a hard time…on the back of your rough draft paper, draw ‘normal’ faces with expressions and simplify them!

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Some Emoji are much more popular than others. The face with tears of joy is one of the most popular emoji in the world. The hearts emoji is also a favourite on social media. In fact, any emoji with hearts in them get used a lot. The emoji face with the heart eyes, the kissing heart and all the heart images available in different colours are extremely popular.

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