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  • 1. Performance Based Project GRADUAL RELEASE OF RESPONSIBILITY LAURA HUMBERT EDU 513 MODELS OF TEACHING DR. MARY SMITHFRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY OF STEUBENVILLE
  • 2. Fisher and Frey’sGradual Release of Responsibility http://www.google.com/imgres?hl=en&biw=1366&bih=643&gbv=2&tbm=isch&tbnid=OBd5puHpA4ui 0M:&imgrefurl=http://hamiltonbrittanyedm310.blogspot.co
  • 3. Gradual Release of Responsibility Teacher Modeling Teacher to Student Instruction Student to Student Collaboration Independent Application
  • 4. Learning Strategies Direct Instruction Focus Lesson Modeling Guided Instruction Collaborative Learning Independent Practice with Learning Assessment
  • 5. Graphic Organizer • Learn the pre-production process by preparing a storyboard for the use of the Topic Panasonic DVX-100 • PA 12th grade arts Standards • 9.1.12 – C, E, H, J and 9.13.12 – A, E • What are the best methods to use in a training video presentation? Essential Questions • Read the DVX-100 manual • Write instruction in the storyboard LiteraryConnections • Write a blog with feedback
  • 6. Panasonic DVX-100
  • 7. Successful Training Methods in a Video Presentation Viewing sample training videos Comparing and contrasting videos Analyzing content Working in small groups Preparing a storyboard www.nyu.edu
  • 8. Direct Instruction Day One Learning Objective  To compare and contrast effective training techniques View Videos  Discuss 3 effective strategies  Discuss 3 ineffective strategies First Video URL: http://youtu.be/gwf6XQouutQ Second Video URL: http://youtu.be/ivdqKwsu1Xg
  • 9. Strategies – Video OneThree Effective Three Not Effective  Engaging Music  Distractions in  Graphic Lists background  Close-ups of buttons  Design of graphics difficult to read  Video was over- modulated
  • 10. Key Elements of Training Anticipate Repeat Summarize
  • 11. Strategies - Video TwoThree Effective Three Not Effective  Use of 2 people as  No graphic lists narrators  Pace moves too quickly  Detail on close-up shots  No summary at end  Lighting
  • 12. Assessment Does the student use the camera in the same manner as demonstrated? Which of the presentations did a better job in training? Which of the presentations did they enjoy viewing more? What information was missing that would have been helpful to include? Homework: Review DVX-100 manual
  • 13. Guided Instruction Day Two Learning Objective  To learn how to work collaboratively as a team Large Group  Share summary reports  Review 4 questions  Compile relevant notes for prompts
  • 14. Group Tasks Group A – Power and tape
  • 15. Group Tasks Group B – White balance and lens
  • 16. Group Tasks Group C – Focus and Zoom
  • 17. Group Tasks Group D - Tripod
  • 18. Small Group Compare and contrast conclusions from  Large Group  Small Group  Individuals Add input from instructor Revise and update notes
  • 19. Small Group Outline segment of production Incorporate instructor guidance Share outline with class  Cover content  Proper steps  Use training manual information
  • 20. Assessment Review rubric for preproduction Score each group’s outline Homework: View two additional training videos on-line for DVX-100. Write the 3 effective and not effective techniques in each and submit to instructor.
  • 21. Collaborative Learning Day Three Learning Objective  To utilize training techniques in the preparation of an effective storyboard Small Groups  Update outlines  Develop storyboards
  • 22. Individual Roles Producer: organize all aspects of the production Scriptwriter: write the step by step narration Artist: draw the storyboard frames Director: visualize the shots needed to accomplish the production
  • 23. Peer Review Groups A & B and C & D will exchange drafts Focus questions for review  Does the storyboard cover all steps?  Does the narration deliver information in a concise, clear manner?  Does the concept engage the viewer and keep their attention?  Do the shots complement the narration?
  • 24. Final Presentation Present storyboard to entire class Question and answer
  • 25. Independent Practice Blog about the collaborative experience Evaluate each storyboard presented Final Project: Prepare a storyboard for a fifth segment on “Operating audio levels on the DVX- 100”
  • 26. Assessment Score each storyboard presentation with the preproduction rubric Score their group’s collaboration with the participation rubric
  • 27. Outcomes Gradual Release of Responsibility prepares students to apply guided learning in class to future situations Collaboration and peer review model the future work they will experience in media production openhousemovie.com caragourley.com
  • 28. Citations Source materials from class including pdfs and text  Marzano, R., Pickering, D, & Pollock, J. (2001) Classroom Instruction that works; Research-based strategies for increasing student achievement Panasonic DVX-100 Operations Manual Photographs / Images  Clipart.com, Educational edition  Panasonic  Others as noted