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  • Student background Describe what English level 3 in terms of IELTS and or TOEFL Describe their technical abilities
  • We would now like to follow the process we experienced in creating this projects
  • Students were given an overview of TESOL Arabia Students browsed the TESOL Arabia web site Discussion with invited TESOL teachers Students viewed the TESOL conference poster
  • Pass out the handout
  • John Describe treatment as a structured overview of a media based project
  • Using an extensive audio library our students located or in some cases had to create their sound effects
  • In hindsight should have involved English teacher
  • Media Production -professional conduct -Execute technical role (mixer for example) -Quality of output (sound levels) -Final product delivered to deadline Media Planning -Meeting deadlines -complete paper trail -percentage of match of the planning documents in relation to Cooperation Portfolio -organization -thought process English -


  • 1. Video-Chronicle of TESOL Arabia Conference 2003: An ESP Experience John Allan Paul Grant Abu Dhabi Men’s College
  • 2. Demonstration Goals
    • To examine the process of creating a video account with
    • Communication Technology students at level 2
    • Sharing:
      • some of the problems we encountered
      • things we learned
      • products in process
  • 3. Our Goals
    • Students: Course requirement in Media Media Production
    • Teachers: Collaboration in an integrated matrix --integrate media project with English language and journalism class
    • Teachers: demonstrate to greater TESOL community that Arabia is progressive through the final product
  • 4. Setting Objectives
    • Course description calls for a project
    • Need for integration (matrix)
    • Create a student portfolio piece
  • 5. Process Documents
    • Treatment
    • Timeline
    • Release forms
    • Scripts
    • Questions
    • Shot sheets
    • Log sheets
    • Storyboard
    • Press Release
    • Newspaper Article
  • 6. Treatment….
    • overview of TESOL Arabia
    • web site
    • Discussion with TESOL teachers
    • Poster
  • 7. … treatment
    • Sample treatment
    • Treatment Outline
    • Brainstorm with teacher
    • Write a rough treatment
    • Peer correct the treatment in English class
    • Submit a final to Media production teacher
  • 8. Timeline
    • Timeline agreed upon by students and the TESOL Conference Executive
  • 9. Release forms
    • To be given to any speaker or ENG interviewee
    • Created in English class
  • 10. Scripts
    • Zafar narration
    • questions for Zafar
    • written responses
    • placed on a storyboard to drive the video
  • 11. Rough Treatment
    • Rough Treatment created in Media Planning class
    • In hand writing
    • In class time
    • Treatment Approved or Denied
  • 12. Treatment Polished
    • In English class students peer edited their treatments
  • 13. Questions
    • Questions generated for:
      • Zafar, conference co-chair
      • ENG sessions
      • Speaker questions
  • 14. Shot/Job sheets
    • Job sheets: assign details of duties for duties during the conference
    • Shot sheets: define the shot desired for each job during the video
  • 15. Edit Log
    • Students responsible for logging their video or audio footage as the conference progresses
  • 16. Teacher Correction
    • English Teacher takes the second draft
    • Corrects obvious errors
  • 17. Storyboard
    • To be created after the conference
    • With a consensus from TESOL Arabia
  • 18. Press Release
    • Sample provided
    • Brainstormed
    • Produce a rough one in Journalism class
    • Peer correct in the English class
  • 19. Newspaper Article
    • Sample provided
    • Brainstormed
    • Produce a rough one in Journalism class
    • Peer correct in the English class
    • To be Submitted to college newspapers and Gulf News
  • 20. Progress…
    • Media Production Class
    • Students generate questions for Zafar
    • Student interviews Zafar in the audio studio
    • Students convert the audio to mp3 files
    • Students break these files logical unit
  • 21. … Progress…
    • Students video tape Zafar’s interview
    • Students edit it into a short video with music
    • Students take shots of the Hilton venue
    • Students edit shots into a ten second piece
    • Students use stock footage of Abu Dhabi to create a one-minute opening for the video
  • 22. … Progress…
    • Students test cameras at Hilton
    • Students video Speakers, delegates at conference
    • ENGs
    • Crowd Shots
    • Post Production
  • 23. Media Label
    • In Graphics Class
    • Concept sketch
    • Approval of Sketch
    • Create Label in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
    • Instructor checks language
    • Approval, of label
    • Print Label
    • Adhere label
  • 24. Assessment
    • English Class
    • Media Production
    • Journalism
    • Portfolio Presentation
  • 25. Portfolio oral presentation
    • Responsible to cueing media
    • Describe the process of creating media
  • 26. Conclusions
    • Work in progress
    • Students are keen:
      • since the aim is an international audience
      • they are being assessed in a variety of classes
  • 27. Questions?