Welcome to WACI Toolkits, our resources that we hope will inspire, inform and empower people interested in learning new skills in the performing and production arts.
Designed for young people, teachers and community groups across Scotland, they can be used either in a school or community group setting or at home.
The resources are designed so that they are accessible for a wide range of ages and stages that can be viewed on a variety of devices. There will also be a range of CPD resources for teachers with each toolkit providing a combination of content from video tutorials to downloadable printable packs to audio transcriptions.
|Let’s Sing in Gaelic||Let’s Make Films||Let’s Sing in Scots|
|As part of our Trad Song series, this toolkit is aimed at those studying or teaching in Primary Schools, but will also be useful for those looking for an introduction to Gaelic song.
Featuring Gaelic Song ‘Seallaibh curaigh Eòghainn‘ and video tutorials by folk singer Josie Duncan.
| Have you ever wanted to make a short film or create and edit your own video footage but didn’t know where to start?
Learn how to create professional-quality videos with your mobile device or tablet. We’ll walk you through how to plan, create, edit and upload your videos.
|As part of our Trad Song series, this toolkit is aimed at those studying or teaching in Primary Schools, but will also be useful for those looking for an introduction to Scots song.
Featuring Scots Song ‘Sands o’ the Shore‘ and video tutorials by folk singer Josie Duncan.
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|Introduction to Sound Design|
|Have you ever wanted to learn how to make and edit sounds but didn’t know where to start?
This introduction to sound design is for anyone interested in working with sound in theatres, film, TV and games. Recommended age: 12+
We have a range of additional Toolkits covering a range of topics that are being developed so keep an eye on our socials, news blog and email updates for new additions.
We hope you enjoy these toolkits and we’d love to hear about your lessons so please do send us feedback, photos, videos or share your stories with us on social media @RCSWACI