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  • Improving e-literacy outcomes with a collaborati ve student film-making challenge
  •   Prac&cal  guidelines  for  se1ng  up  a  similar  event       Prac&cal  ways  for  students  to  create  movies    Literacy  learning  outcomes  linked  to  making  movies     Integra&ng  movie  making  into  NZC  learning  areas     An  introduc&on  to  the  ‘e-­‐competencies’/21st   Century  Fluencies    
  • Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  –  Our  aims   To  operate  an  enriching  film   school  project  to  support   collabora&ve  teacher   professional  learning  and   sharing  and  to  grow  student   learning  through  the  effec&ve   use  of  film  to  communicate   their  learning.  
  • Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  –  What  is  it?   16  classes  across  7  Nelson  &  Tasman  Schools     Collabora&ng  in  teams  of  4       Learning  how  to  storyboard,  film,  act,  add   voiceover  &  sound  effects,  add  music  to  show   mood  &  emo&on,  edit….     …to  create  a  2-­‐3min  movies  based  on  a  theme   or  concept   In  10  weeks!  
  • 2010  –  Funding  from  the  Whakatu  Cluster  Kids  Can  Film  Fes&val  –  3  day  film  fes&val    2011  –  First  year  of  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Followed  on  from  the  Kids  Can  Film  Fes&val  –    sustainability  &  embed  film  making  into  classroom  programmes      2012  –Second  year  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  1  day  workshops  for  teachers  &  students  (run  by  local  teachers)  before  the  rota&ons  started  
  • Themes  2010    Home                      Kids  Can  Film  Fes&val    2011  Change                    Kids  Can  Film  Fes&val  Heroes                    Flick-­‐It-­‐On!    2012  Pushing  the  Boundaries            Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  
  • Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  RotaCons  2012  RotaCon  1:    1-­‐3  min  Silent  movie  –  3  weeks    RotaCon  2:    add  sound  effects  &  voice  –  2  weeks      RotaCon  3:    add  music  to  show  mood  &  emo&on  –  2  weeks    RotaCon  4:    edi&ng,  &tles,  transi&ons  &  effects  –  2  weeks  
  • Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Passing-­‐it-­‐on!  2012  Dropbox  We  passed  on  each  rota&on  through  using  Dropbox    -­‐  each  teacher  set  up  a  free  account    Deadlines  We  set  the  deadline  as  the  Thursday  of  the  final  week  of  each  rota&on  to  allow  for  any  glitches!    We  encouraged  teachers  in  each  rota&on  to  contact  each  other  early  rather  later!        
  • Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  The  Important  Bits!  Commitment  Teachers  need  to  commit  to  rota&on  deadlines  2013  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Applica&on  Form  to  take  part  in  the  project    Intellectual  Property  Using  copyright  free  images,  sound  effects  and  music.    2013  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Teachers  to  complete  license  to  use  material  forms    Release  Forms  For  individuals  making  /  taking  part  in  the  film  
  • Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Celebrate!  Premiere  2010  –  Muritai  Centre,  Tahunanui  School    2011  –    State  Cinema  Nelson  /  Broadgreen  Intermediate      2012  –  Broadgreen  Intermediate    2013  –    ….?  TBA    
  • 2013    We  want  you!  To  take  part  in  Flick-­‐It-­‐On  2013  –  turning  a  local  project  into  a  na&onal  project  
  • 2013    Classes  &  their  teacher  working  in  teams  of  4  with  one  teacher  as  the  coordinator  for  the  group      Teacher  coordinators  –  have  taken  part  in  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Experienced  in  film  making  &  relevant  soeware    Support  via  mee&ngs:  skype,  email  etc.    Support  via  the  web:  wikipage  and  blog    
  • Speaking,  wriCng  &  presenCng     Listening,  reading  &  viewing     The  digital  stories  created     during  the  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!    projects  provided  opportuni&es  to:  
  • 1.  Integrate  sources  of  informa&on  and  to  create  and  express  their   ideas  (process&  strategies)  2.  Shape  digital  texts  for  different  purposes  (purpose  &  audience)  3.  Select,  form  and  express  their  ideas  (ideas)  4.  Develop  their  awareness  of  the  effects  of  language  (language   features)  5.  Develop  their  skills  in  organising  digital  texts  (structure)  
  • Thinking  Managing  Self  Rela&ng  to  others  Par&cipa&ng  &  contribu&ng  Using  language,  symbols  and  text  
  • Through  creaCng  digital  narraCves  and  documentaries  students…    •  share  new  learning  •  interpret  the  past    •  develop  new  thinking  for  a  sustainable  social,  cultural,   economic  and  environmental  future  at  a  local,  naConal  and   global  level    
  • Storyboard  &  Silent  Movie    Step 1  Brainstorm the theme /concept  writing  SOLO  Taxonomy  –  Create  Define  Maps    and  definiCons  (alternaCve  graphic  organisers    could  be  used  e.g.    KWL,  PMI)  Reading  Reading  (fact  and  ficCon  books,  websites  etc.    linked  to  the  students’  understanding  &  interpretaCons  of  the  theme)  
  • Storyboard  &  Silent  Movie    Step 2  Introducing filming & photography techniques  ReadingSophisCcated  pictures  books  -­‐  introducing  types  of  shot  and  emoCve  photography  Visual  literacy    •  watch  snippets  of  movies,  moving  images  etc.  analyse  types  of   shot  and  emoCons  portrayed  
  • Storyboard  &  Silent  Movie    Step 3  Synopsis and storyboarding  writing•  WriCng  the  synopsis  of  the  movie  •  Taking  ‘mock  up’  photographs  telling  the  story  •  Comic  Life  to  create  the  storyboard,  plan  shots  etc.   Make the silent movie!  
  • Add  sound  effects  and  voice    readingVisual  literacy    •  analysing  and  interpreCng  the  silent  movie    writingScript  wriCng    •  what  the  characters  say,  where  to  put  sound  effects  
  • Add  music  to  show  mood  and  emoCon    readingVisual  literacy    •  analysing  and  interpreCng  the  movie  with  sound  effects  and   voice      •  watching  snippets  of  movies,  moving  images  analysing  how   music  is  used    Writing•  use  SOLO  Maps  or  other  graphic  organisers  to  analyse  the   effect  of  music  when  used  with  staCc  or  moving  images  
  • Add  Ctles,  effects  and  edit    Writing•  Watch  the  movie,  adding  Ctles  and  credits  
  • 21st  Century  Fluencies   e-­‐competencies      •  Cri&cal  thinking  skills   •  ICT  to  e-­‐competencies    •  Tradi&onal  20th  Century  literacies   •  Best  prac&ces  •  21st  Century  literacies   •  E-­‐literacies  h^p://www.fluency21.com   Juan  Cristobal  Cobo  Romani  2009  
  • A  digital  ciCzen:    •  is  a  confident  and  capable  user  of  ICT  •  uses  technologies  to  parCcipate  in  educaConal,  cultural,  and  economic  acCviCes  •  uses  and  develops  criCcal  thinking  skills  in  cyberspace  •  is  literate  in  the  language,  symbols,  and  texts  of  digital  technologies  •  is  aware  of  ICT  challenges  and  can  manage  them  effecCvely  •  uses  ICT  to  relate  to  others  in  posiCve,  meaningful  ways  •  demonstrates  honesty  and  integrity  and  ethical  behaviour  in  their  use  of  ICT  •  respects  the  concepts  of  privacy  and  freedom  of  speech  in  a  digital  world  •  contributes  and  ac&vely  promotes  the  values  of  digital  ci&zenship    
  • Digital  literacy  or  the  ability  to  understand  and  fully  par&cipate  in  the  digital  world  is  fundamental  to  digital  ci&zenship.  It  is  the  combina&on  of  technical  and  social  skills  that  enable  a  person  to  be  successful  and  safe  in  the  informa&on  age.  Like  literacy  and  numeracy  ini&a&ves  which  provide  people  with  the  skills  to  par&cipate  in  the  work  force,  digital  literacy  has  become  an  essen&al  skill  to  be  a  confident,  connected,  and  ac&vely  involved  life  long  learner.    
  •   Se1ng  up  a  similar  event       Startegies  to  help  students  create  movies     Link  literacy  learning  outcomes  to  making  movies    How  to  integrate  movie  making  into  NZC  learning  areas   (including  key  competencies)     21st  Century  Fluency  /  ‘e-­‐competencies’     emma@uppermoutere.school.nz