Video and the reflective practitioner (Y1 T&L)
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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
  • 2.  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.
  • 3. Compose your shot first. Keep clip length short, e.g.10 sec. Keep camcorder steady. ’ se-piping o Avoid ‘h boning’.. & ‘trom PHOTO CREDIThttp://www.flickr.com/photos/26786027@N05/2697980151/sizes/l/
  • 4. Shoot against a wall. Keep near the subject – improves quality of audio. How to frame a video shot in class Do not include pupils in the frame. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bobbymond/12715838/sizes/z/in/photostream/
  • 5. we want a pie, not the recipe! shoot in landscape! no pupils, please 3 minutes 32 mb 320 x 240 px 1200 kbps
  • 6. Windows Live Movie Maker iMovie Adobe Premiere Elements