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    • Lights Camera Action! September 11, 2009
    • ALL Materials and INFORMATION Found HERE!
      • http://soe2009.wikispaces.com
      • Request permission to join!
    • Agenda
      • Examples of Video in Learning
      • ColorBlind: Capturing Footage
      • 30 Seconds Project
      • Editing
      • Uploading and Storing
      • VOTING!!!! BEST PICTURE
    • Using Video in Learning: Categories
      • Live Action
      • Digital Storybooks
      • Animations (flip-book)
      • Teacher-Created vs. Student-Created
    • Planning for a video Project
      • Pitch
        • Summarizes your movie idea
      • Draft Storyboard
        • A visual of scene by scene ideas
      • Script
        • Includes characters, lines, camera movement
      • Final Storyboard
    • Pitch
    • Draft Storyboard
    • Script
    • Final Storyboard
    • Camera Work
      • Shots
        • Wide -all subjects in the scene
        • Medium -waist up
        • Close-up -small detailed part of the subject
      • Angles
        • Reportorial -actor speaks directly into the camera
        • Objective - camera acts as a member of the audience
        • Subjective -camera placed so that it sees what one of the actors would see.
      • Panning and Zooming to add effect
    • Group 1: Lucy, Nicholas, Brittany, Lindsay Group 2: Alisia, Nicole, Julie H, Carissa Group 3: Ana, Veronica, Julia H Group 4: Carolyn, Kacie, Mallory Group 5: Megan E, Molly, Justine Group 6: Angela, Monica, Laura Group 7: Bethany, Stacey, Danielle Group 8: Danica, Caroline W, Rebecca Group 9: Erica, Kathryn, Alyssa Group 10: Elizabeth K, Jennifer A, Alicia M Group 11: Yachen, Kelsey, Allison Group 12: Caroline, Jennifer C, Melissa Group 13: Elizabeth M, April, Leanna Group 14: Meeghan, Brianna, Samantha S Group 15: Samantha N, Megan D, Sandra Group 16: Meredith, Claire, Caitlin 30 Seconds Activity Groups
    • Camera Activity: “30 Seconds”
      • 1. Select the following
        • 2 Actors
        • 1 Videographer
      • 2. Storyboard a scene that is 30 seconds long
      • 3. Take at least 3 different types of shots and 3 different types of angles for the same scene.(This means that the actors will have to repeat their exact movements 4-6 times)
      • 4. Be Respectful
    • Copyright FREE Sound/Music Files
      • http://findsounds.com/ (free)
      • www.royaltyfreemusic.com (free and paid)
    • Post and Publish (Privately)
      • SHARE—QUICKTIME (Medium Size). SAVE TO---DESKTOP—IFS HOME
        • Create an account at http://teachertube.com
        • Click on UPLOAD
        • Browse to find your Quicktime 30 Seconds Movie
        • When prompted, select (ONLY YOU) for privacy
        • Once the video is published, post it to our WIKI!
          • In TeacherTube, Copy the EMBED Code
          • Log in to http://soe2009.wikispaces.com
          • Login: soe2009
          • Password: soe2009
          • Click on 30 Seconds Tab (LEFT-HAND menu)
            • Click on EDIT
            • Click on TV ICON
            • Click on HTML---PASTE in CODE
    • Saving to mFile (IFS Space---you have 10GB)
      • Plug in your Flip or Camera
      • With FLIP
        • Double-Click to Open FlipShare Software
        • Export to Web
        • Save on Desktop (or in folder)
      • With other Cameras
        • Import to iMovie
        • SHARE—QUICKTIME (for WEB)
        • Save on Desktop (or in folder)
      • Save to your IFS Space
      • http://mfile.umich.edu
    • Saving to TeacherTube
      • Plug in your Flip or Camera
      • With FLIP
        • Double-Click to Open FlipShare Software
        • Export to Web
        • Save on Desktop (or in folder)
      • With other Cameras
        • Import to iMovie
        • SHARE—QUICKTIME (for WEB)
        • Save on Desktop (or in folder)
      • Login to: http://teachertube.com
      • Upload to site (keep private)
      • Send an email to instructor