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    • 1. FILM MAKING FOR 21ST CENTURY SKILLS Jennifer Gingerich jennifergingerich@mac.com Movies available at Teachertube.com under keyword gingerich Technology Integration Made Simple http://web.mac.com/jennifergingerich
    • 2. Digital Storytelling Reflections What digital storytelling activities have you tried with students? Briefly explain the nature of the project, tech skills (such as working with photos, video, narration, or audio) and the technology tools used by the students. How was the activity connected to your curriculum? What worked well? What would you do differently?
    • 3. Workshop Objectives Learn to think like a filmmaker, as you investigate and create powerful movies using visual storytelling techniques from AFI Screen Education. Make connections between the writing process and the filming process as you collaboratively pitch, storyboard, film, edit and exhibit. Find out how visual storytelling can deepen understanding of curriculum and engage students in 21st century skills.
    • 4. 21st Century Skills skills, knowledge and expertise students should master to succeed in work and life in the 21st century. http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/
    • 5. The Three Rs and The Four Cs
    • 6. The Three Rs and The Four Cs ✦Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
    • 7. The Three Rs and The Four Cs ✦Critical Thinking and Problem Solving ✦Communication
    • 8. The Three Rs and The Four Cs ✦Critical Thinking and Problem Solving ✦Communication ✦Collaboration
    • 9. The Three Rs and The Four Cs ✦Critical Thinking and Problem Solving ✦Communication ✦Collaboration ✦Creativity and Innovation
    • 10. THE DOOR SCENE Using a video camera, interpret and shoot the following scenario: A person is about to open a door. The person hears a sound and becomes mildly concerned. The person finds the door locked and searches for his or her keys. The person hears the sound again and becomes visibly apprehensive. As the filmmaker, your goal is to build tension and growing panic. The film closes with the person finally opening the door and getting to the other side safely. Communicate to the audience the character’s feeling of relief and safety. Parameters/Limitations: •The source of the sound is not seen in the film. •The film can have only one actor. •The film may not exceed 90 seconds. •The entire film must take place within ten feet of the door. •You must assemble the shots in camera, as you go along.
    • 11. 20 Minutes GO!
    • 12. Exhibit, Review, & Reflect ✦ Did the film communicate the script? ✦ Did it communicate the rising tension and relief? ✦ What could you shoot differently? ✦ What would make your film more understandable? ✦ What would give your film more emotional impact?
    • 13. The Door Scene Steps ✦STEP ONE - Introduction to Visual Storytelling ✦STEP TWO - Storyboarding the Scene ✦STEP THREE - Interpreting Storyboard to Film ✦STEP FOUR - Re-shooting and Assembling an Edit ✦STEP FIVE - Editing the Final Cut
    • 14. Storyboards & Film Shots ✦Review variety of film shots ✦Highlight the shots you want to use ✦Create a storyboard
    • 15. The Language of Film A shot is a word. Several shots put together make a sentence. A scene is a paragraph.
    • 16. Making Connections Writing Traits = Film Traits Idea Development = a clear message Organization = coordination of audio, video, titles Word Choice = a variety of shots and images Voice = clearly defined tone or mood is set Fluency = transitions, flow and sequence of shots Conventions = technically well executed film
    • 17. 5 Step Process
    • 18. Making Connections Film Making Process = Writing Process • Pitch = Brainstorm & Discuss Ideas • Prewriting = Storyboarding (Shot Sheet) • Drafting and Composing = Filming • Responding = Reviewing Footage • Revising = Rough Edit into iMovie • Editing = Audio, Transitions, Titles, etc. • Publishing = Sharing Your Movie
    • 19. Time to Storyboard
    • 20. Surprise Storyboard Switch!
    • 21. You actually did this with kids? Middle School Tech Class - 16 Sessions ✦http://voicethread.com/share/452655/
    • 22. What else could you do? Find Great Ideas on the Web! ✦AFI Screennation - http:// www.screennation.AFI.com ✦Teacher Tube - http://www.teachertube.com/ ✦Zamzar (Dowload YouTube) - http://www.zamzar.com/ ✦VoiceThread Reflections - http://voicethread.com/share/452655/ ✦Brainy Flix - http://www.gotbrainy.com/videos ✦Digitales Resources - http://www.digitales.us/ ✦I Am Lodge Music Videos - http://www.iamlodge.com/beans/
    • 23. Project Tips
    • 24. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class
    • 25. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step
    • 26. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step ✦Tackle one skill/task at a time
    • 27. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step ✦Tackle one skill/task at a time ✦Stay together to minimize chaos
    • 28. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step ✦Tackle one skill/task at a time ✦Stay together to minimize chaos ✦Use Techsperts
    • 29. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step ✦Tackle one skill/task at a time ✦Stay together to minimize chaos ✦Use Techsperts ✦Narrow choices and set timer for decisions
    • 30. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step ✦Tackle one skill/task at a time ✦Stay together to minimize chaos ✦Use Techsperts ✦Narrow choices and set timer for decisions ✦Use a production schedule
    • 31. Project Tips ✦Work in pairs, groups, or even whole class ✦Pre-production is the crucial step ✦Tackle one skill/task at a time ✦Stay together to minimize chaos ✦Use Techsperts ✦Narrow choices and set timer for decisions ✦Use a production schedule ✦Scaffold projects over year
    • 32. AFI Goals ✦Help all students better express their deepest understanding of core classroom content through the AFI Screen Education process ✦Harness the appeal of technology and media to engage students and help them learn ✦Enable all kinds of students to master literacy necessary for life and work in the 21st century