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Some tips to share about making films with kids. KEEP IT SIMPLE

Some tips to share about making films with kids. KEEP IT SIMPLE

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  • Point of View  What is the main point of the story and what is the perspective of the author? <br /> A Dramatic Question  A key question that keeps the viewer&apos;s attention and will be answered by the end of the story. <br /> Emotional Content  Serious issues that come alive in a personal and powerful way and connects the audience to the story. <br /> The Gift of Your Voice  A way to personalize the story to help the audience understand the context. <br /> The Power of the Soundtrack  Music or other sounds that support and embellish the story. <br /> Economy  Using just enough content to tell the story without overloading the viewer. <br /> Pacing  The rhythm of the story and how slowly or quickly it progresses. <br />
  • Working at QBPS for 3 years now as the AP ICT Innovation. Funding… <br /> My journey – Australia 1993. Upgraded Qualifications <br /> Qualifications – BA, B. Ed x 2, Interactive Multimedia, <br /> Osborne – Visual Arts, ICT, Classroom Teacher 6/7, 2/3. <br /> Taught at Sutherland Dianella – lighthouse tech school in those days. Used to run practicums. Visual Arts, 6/7s <br /> West Balcatta – ICT & T&E Specialist – Apple School <br /> Wattle Grove – Year 6/7 teacher & ICT Coordinator <br /> Dalkeith, Mt Hawthorn, Wesley College <br /> Visual Arts, T & E, ICT, ESL in Mainstream, Year 6/7 teacher. <br />

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  • T Art of he Digital Storytelling Digital Media 1 Bhavneet Singh
  • 2 Bhavneet Singh
  • 3 Bhavneet Singh ICT Innovation Associate Principal Quinns Beach Primary School @bhavneetsingh12 http://about.me/bhavneetsingh12 http://on.fb.me/14P701A - 21 Century Skills Page http://on.fb.me/1fQqPAY - TeachMeetWA Group http://teachmeetwa.wikispaces.com/ - TMWA Wiki Bhavneet Singh
  • 4 Why Storytelling?         Deepen their understanding of the world Sharpen their powers of observation Develop their ability to reflect critically on their experience Make sense out of their world Nurture their creativity Find their voice Create community Become lifelong learners Bhavneet Singh
  • 5 What Stories to Tell  Facts/ Storytelling  Genre – action, drama, comedy, adventure, drama, historical, musical, science fiction, horror, Bhavneet Singh
  • 6 Filmmaking  Digital documentaries vs digital stories Bhavneet Singh
  • 7 KIS - Keep it Simple  Short Story  Beginning – Middle – End  30 sec – 1 min +Titles & Credits  1 page double spaced script  Few images  Few words  Few special effects if needed Bhavneet Singh
  • 8 Elements of Digital Storytelling  Point of View   A Dramatic Question   Emotional Content   The Gift of Your Voice   The Power of the Soundtrack   Economy   Pacing http://www.digitalstoryteller.org/docs/DigitalStorytelling.pdf Bhavneet Singh http://jonorech.wikispaces.com/Teaching+The+Seven+Elements
  • 9 Flipped Classroom  Watch tutorials and instructions at home  Discuss and plan via Edmodo Bhavneet Singh
  • 10 Digital stories include  Video  Text  Audio narration  Music  Images Bhavneet Singh
  • 11 Equipment required Video Camera  Tripod  Phone – with recording feature  Computer with appropriate editing software  Computer with microphone  Optional – Chroma Green/Blue fabric or painted wall  Bhavneet Singh
  • 12 Classroom Strategies Write an initial script Plan an accompanying storyboard Discuss and revise the script Plan a shot list Shoot the sequences Sequence the images in the video editor Add the narrative track Add special effects and transitions Add special effects and transitions Add a soundtrack if time permit Bhavneet Singh
  • 13 Script    1 page double spaced script Spoken language Decide how detailed you want the script to be Bhavneet Singh
  • 14 A Storyboard  A3 – Plan  Action  Dialogue  Timing  Transition  http://generator.acmi.net.au/storyboard  Storyboard Pro Software Bhavneet Singh
  • 15 A shot list  Plan the locations  Order the shooting sequence  Plan what equipment, characters, costumes are needed on the set Bhavneet Singh
  • 16 Tips            Use a tripod Zoom in Keep composition simple When using phone camera/still camera – keep in landscape mode Shoots separate shots Do not zoom while filming Shoot in proper lighting Shoot more material than you need Shoot minimum 10 second shots Do not keep playing back to check Bhavneet Singh Do not delete footage when filming
  • 17 Camera Angles  Long shot  Wide shot  Mid shot  Closeup Bhavneet Singh
  • 18 Follow a drill              Director: Camera set? Camera person checks that the shot is framed properly and everything is ready to go. Camera person: Camera set Director: Quiet please Check everything is quiet then say Director: Turn over Camera person starts the camera and checks that it actually is recording. Camera person: Camera rolling Director waits five seconds then signals to the actors or shouts ‘Action’. The actors do the scene. The Director waits five seconds. Director: Cut The camera person stops recording. Make a record of the scene. Bhavneet Singh
  • 19 Software to use – PC       Moviemaker VSDC Pinnacle Lightworks Camtasia Adobe Premiere Bhavneet Singh
  • 20 Mac Apps for iPads  iMovie  Adobe Premiere  Magisto  Veescope Bhavneet Singh
  • 21 Rubrics Assessment Areas to assess Idea • Co-create rubrics Script • http://rubistar.4teachers. org/index.php • Self assessment Peer assessment Storyboard Preparation • Editing Sound Teamwork Bhavneet Singh
  • 22 Extension  Design  promotional materials Posters –     GlogsterEDU Smore LetterPop BigHugeLabs  Microsoft AutoCollage  Microsoft Publisher  Create Trailers   Animoto Design event tickets Bhavneet Singh
  • 23 Celebrate  Host a Film Premiere  Invite parents and friends  Enter competitions Bhavneet Singh
  • 24 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxrgK8i8aWA Bhavneet Singh
  • 25 Some Links  http://bhavneetsingh12.wordpress.com/  http://www.acmi.net.au/  http://mediaed.org.uk/using_film_in_scho ols/teaching-filmmaking  http://www.mykidsadventures.com/howto-make-an-adventure-movie-with-yourkids/ Bhavneet Singh