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Media Literacy Lessons Through Video Creation

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Learning media literacy lessons through student generated video creations is a power educational tool. Students are creating videos to show content comprehension in courses in every core subject area.

Learning media literacy lessons through student generated video creations is a power educational tool. Students are creating videos to show content comprehension in courses in every core subject area.

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    • 1. 21st Century skills video http://bit.ly/rAWfY4
    • 2. Media LiteracyA 21st Century Necessity Don Goble Ladue Horton Watkins High School Broadcast Technology, Film & Multimedia Teacher District Video Producer  Apple Distinguished Educator 2011 GMLP -Charles Klotzer Media Literacy Educator of the Year 2011 S’Park Scholar Media Mentor of the Year 2012 dgoble@ladueschools.net http://about.me/dongoble follow me on Twitter @dgoble2001
    • 3. Teach Media Literacy through Video Creation
    • 4. "As students develop their visualliteracy, they begin tounderstand that every visualchoice the artist has made, everydetail regarding subject andcolor and composition, conveysinformation that informs thereader.” -- (from "The Power of Pictures: Creating Pathways To LiteracyThrough Art")
    • 5. Consumption
    • 6. Creation• Only 29% of high schools offer some form of Broadcast/Video program• Why not simply incorporate video then in ANY class?
    • 7. Why Video?1. Engagement2. Accessibility3. Publish4. Community5. Media Literacy
    • 8. 5 key questions of Media Literacy1. Who created the message?2. What creative techniques are used to attract my attention?3. How might different people understand this message differently?4. What lifestyles, values & points of view are represented in; or omitted from, this message?5. Why is this message being sent?
    • 9. Why use video in the classroomTeachers who use video report that theirstudents: • Retain more information • Understand concepts more rapidly and are more enthusiastic about what they are learning. • With video as one component in a thoughtful lesson plan, students often make new connections between curriculum topics. • Improves writing and reading literacy.
    • 10. By effectively using media, teachers:• Help students practice media literacy, media creation and critical viewing skills• Reach children with a variety of learning styles, especially visual learners, and students with a variety of information acquisition styles• Engage students in problem-solving and investigative activities• Begin to dismantle social stereotypes• Provide a common experience for students to discuss
    • 11. The Students’ Process * Outline * Gather * Deconstruct/Construct * Revise * Share * Critically Analyze 21st Century Skills!
    • 12. How do you assess video projects? 1. Accuracy of Information Portrayed 2. Analysis of Subject Matter 3. Storyline Development 4. Audience Engagement
    • 13. Ways teachers are using Video in the classroom • Field Trip/Study Adventures • Record important lessons for students who are out sick or on vacation • Public Speaking classes, debate , forensics • ELL practice speaking & send videos to family members overseas • Book talks & book trailers • Record Students Reading • Math comprehension and review
    • 14. Video examples from core subjects Students teaching students http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw8JW_vKAJs
    • 15. Have no fear...... • Don’t need to be the expert • Learn from your students • Your students want video! •Take the leap!
    • 16. To learn more check outFor copies of this information, tutorials, and morevideo project resources visit:http://bit.ly/akNLDI - Free Technology for TeachersDon’s teacher website for Making Videos on the Webhttp://bit.ly/x5gb5a Free for teachers & studentsNew resources for K-12 on iTunes U 
    • 17. iTunes UVideo in the Classroom by Don Goble
    • 18. Q&A Don Goble Ladue Horton Watkins High School Follow me on Twitter @dgoble2001 Media LiteracyA 21st Century Necessity

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