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    • Lesson 2: Evaluating previous AS C/W Sept 10/12 L/O: to be able to evaluate previous AS coursework and to determine how it is graded
    • Quiz • 5 mins • Identify topic & marks
    • Discussion of your reviews • Open your blogs…. • ‘The Closet’ • ‘Runaway’
    • LEVELS LEVEL GRADE EQUIVALENT 1 Incomplete/minimal U 2 Basic E-D 3 Proficient C-B 4 Excellent A
    • LEVEL LANGUAGE LEVEL OTHER WORDS 1 Incomplete/minimal 2 Basic 3 Proficient 4 Excellent
    • LEVEL LANGUAGE LEVEL OTHER WORDS 1 Incomplete/minimal Least, negligible, slight, insignificant, bare 2 Basic Straight forward, simple, underdeveloped, barely satisfactory 3 Proficient Capable, skilled, gifted, accomplished, achieved, 4 Excellent Outstanding, exceptional, brilliant, superb, tremendous
    • Construction mark scheme • How do you think you are graded on this c/w (construction)?
    • Construction mark scheme • -_____Producing material appropriate for the target audience and task; • -_____using titles appropriately according to institutional conventions; • -_____using sound with images • -_____editing appropriately for the task set; • -_____shooting material appropriate to the task set; • -_____including controlled use of the camera, • -_____attention to framing, • -_____variety of shot distance • -_____close attention to mise-en-scene; • -_____using editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer • -_____making selective and appropriate use of shot transitions • -_____making selective and appropriate use of other effects. What do they mean? 2-3 minutes to think of each one….
    • Watch others GROUP VIDEO Judy + Mary + Kelly ‘Escape’ 2013 Gelsomina + Trisha + Rena ‘Numb the Pain’ 2013 Katia+Siovonne ‘Chance’ 2012 Laeticia+Tayla ‘Regret’ 2012 Courtney + Rena + Isabela ‘The Target’ 2013
    • Embedding • Other words: insert, implant, set in, put in • You will embed powerpoints and youtube videos onto your blog. Meaning you can directly view the videos and interact with the powerpoints on the blog (instead of hyperlink)
    • Instructions • Your blog = 1 window • class blog = 1 window • Click ‘New post’ • Select ‘HTML’ (always for embedding) • On class blog, click your video (will open a new screen) • Share, embed, copy embed code • Paste embed code in your new post (html) • Enter twice and type the name and year of your video
    • Group questions to answer • New post (compose) • Go to class blog & Copy group questions • Past into new post • Type answers in italic & blue (bullet points only) 1. What genre is this? Why? -Answer in different colour 2. What is the main plot? -Answer in different colour 3. What enigma (mystery/puzzle/riddle) is created? 4. Using mark scheme, WWW? 5. Using mark scheme, EBI (how could it be improved?) paste and complete on blog. TIMING 5 mins watch 2 mins discuss 13 mins questions ____ 20 mins total
    • Present to class • 8-10 mins each • Take notes if you wish (will have to do all on your blog for h/w)
    • Homework (Due Thur) • Embed all videos on blog (title = name of video……..html!) • Answer questions 1-5 for each video (title = ‘name of video’ evaluation…….compose) • Embed video (1 post), questions (another post)