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Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
Video and the reflective practitioner
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  • I suggest student use the camcorder in a similar way to a digital camera, i.e. carefully compose each shot and then, holding it steady, let the camcorder record what passes in front of its lens.
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    • 1. Teaching and Learning: Making Connections
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      • Imagine yourself reading a story to a group of children. Work with a partner to record yourself reading.
      • Transfer this video to the computer and edit it.
      • Add some audio narration commenting on how you present yourself.
      • Export your video in a compressed format.
      • Post this to Blogfolio with some comments reflecting on the experience.
    • 5. Compose your shot first . Keep camcorder steady. Keep clip length short, e.g.10 sec. PHOTO CREDIThttp://www.flickr.com/photos/26786027@N05/2697980151/sizes/l/ Avoid ‘ hose-piping ’ & ‘ tromboning ’ . .
    • 6. How to frame a video shot in class Shoot against a wall. Do not include pupils in the frame. Keep near the subject – improves quality of audio. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bobbymond/12715838/sizes/z/in/photostream/
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      • We want a pie, not the recipe!
      • 3 minutes
      • 32 mb
      • 320 x 240 px
      • 1200 kbps
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      • Live Movie Maker
      • iMovie
      • Adobe Premiere Elements
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