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  • 1.  
  • 2. Lasse Gjertsen
  • 3. Video Goals
    • Secondary - Art
      • To create a short song using sounds, facial expressions and editing
      • To integrate technology into the video curriculum and encourage creative thinking
      • To explore editing techniques including frame rate and voice manipulation
      • To discover the similarities between art and music - such as pattern and rhythm
  • 4. Procedures
    • Capture sound effects
      • I-shot
      • Video camera
    • Edit clips
      • I-Movie
    • Arrange beat box
      • Cut clips
      • Repeat Clips in Pattern
    • Title Song
    • Include Intro & Outro
  • 5. Technology Components
    • Video Camera
    • I-Movie
    • Lap Top
    • Computer Stations
    • Transferring Files
    • Working with web 2.0 sites for uploading
  • 6. Web 2.0 Tools
    • Students post videos to Youtube or Blip.tv
    • This allows easy viewing during critique and addresses technology standards
    • Both were used to research other forms of beat box found on the internet
  • 7. Technology to Promote Learning
    • Using sound and facial expressions to teach strong editing skills.
    • Motivating students based on interests.
    • Editing is essential for all films.
    • Lap Top integration.
    • Video
  • 8. Learning Activities
    • Editing
    • High and Low Tones
    • Visual and auditory balance
    • Basic to advanced computer operations
    • Problem solving
    • Cultural and social contributions - what is beat
    • box?
  • 9. Timeline of Activities
    • This lesson could take minimally three class sessions to create
    • Day 1 - capture sounds and import
    • Day 2 - edit and arrange song
    • Day 3 - finalize, title, intro, outro, export
    • Extra day for viewing and critique
  • 10. Differentiation
    • Importing Variations
      • Video Camera connected to desktop and I-movie (requires firewire)
      • Lap Top using I-sight camera (requires hard drive)
    • Advanced Editing
      • Layering sounds on timeline
      • Adjusting video effects on sounds to enhance visually - not just for sound quality
      • Integrating beat box into full movie
    • Difficulty Editing
      • Eliminating editing step to create one continuous beat box in I-Movie.
  • 11. Rubric
    • Understanding of Concepts
      • Did students understand the lesson? Will this enhance future projects?
    • Song Development
      • How does song play or transfer to audience?
    • Editing Techniques
      • How well do clips merge?
    • Creativity & Originality
      • What did students do to make stand-out?
    • Overall Presentation
      • Did student meet goals?
  • 12. New York State Learning Standards for the Arts
    • 1. Creating, performing and participating in the arts
    • 2. Knowing and using arts materials and resources
    • 3. Responding to and analyzing works of art 

    • 4. Understanding the cultural dimensions and contributions of the arts
  • 13. National Education Technology Standards
    • 1. Basic operations and concepts
    • 2. Social, ethical, and human issues
    • 3. Technology productivity tools
    • 4. Technology communications tools
    • 5. Technology research tools
    • 6. Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools
  • 14. Student Samples
    • Enjoy…
  • 15.  
  • 16.  
  • 17. Allyson Uttendorfer
    • HHH HS East
    • Thanks to the 2008 ASSET conference
    • for my inspiration!