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  • 1. AS Video CourseworkSteps…Show evidence of this on your blog Evidence of These ‘Areas’ Must be shown Every Week on your BlogStep One: Blog set-up (layout, widgets, catergories, ect). Due January -Evidence of time management—dairy, journal, time line, group spread sheet, personal spread sheet, ect..Step 2: Take Stock of Task and Materials (what’s the task?, what’s the -Evidence of skill in the use of digital technology or ICT in the presentation—thinkassessment?, what’s the timeframe? what’s the equipment?) What are you limits? about how you post your blog materials—images, screen shots of editing, Scribd,What skills do you have? Due January Prezi, podcast, Flicker, videos, voice overs, vlogs and more.Step 3: Research into similar products—Influences, videos with similar techniques -Research into target audience/audience feedback—obtain feedback on all(mes, editing, camera work, sound), ect., what do film openings actually look like?, relevant tasks. Reflect on what was learned and HOW it relates to yourwhat does other student work look like?, what do you need to know about titles?, coursework. Ask open ended questions. Use different methods to get feedbackhow are you going to do something that stands out? Genre research? Conventions (focus group, questionnaire, ect.)of the genre. Due JanuaryStep 4: Idea development and Pitch—what type of fiction opening do you want to -Show care in the presentation of the research and planning of your work (ourmake, possible scenarios for pitches/treatments, write a 25 word pitch, make a blog)—organise blogs entries, tagging, categorising.moodboard, get feedback, have realistic expectations- keep it simple, know thefilm but make the opening Due January 23Step 5: Planning--Work on shot lists, layouts, drafting, scripting or storyboarding— -Show excellence in your communication skills (edited blog entries, blog entriesanimatic, post it notes, location layout, drafting of set, costume, make-up introduced, feedback is reflected on and evaluated on—what was learned and how it applies to your production).Step Six: Organisation of actors, locations, costumes or props—get everythingorganised, recee shots, risk assessment, rehearsals, practise shots, ect.Step Seven: Shooting video. This will take A LOT of TIME. People, places, props,costumes, rehearsing, use the equipment, jobs on the day, keeping a record ofthe process. Shooting must be completed by February 4Step Eight: Edit Rough Cut of Video This will take triple the amount of time as theshoot. Everyone has a part in it, collect screengrabs of the process, what aboutaudio, importance of titles, get peer feedback, get feedback from target audiencePost your rough cut on your blogDue February 27Step Nine: Edit Final Video and Post Video on Blog.Due March 6