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Nick Hatheway Dma Competencies 2011 12 (2)

  1. 1. Name: Nick Hatheway Absences: Phone: 1st Qtr. Address: 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. Date of Registration: 4th Qtr. Grade: Year of Graduation: Total Hours in Program: Date of Completion/Withdrawal:Digital Media Arts[Featuring the Animation Technology CIP#100304]With AP 2D Studio Art & Fine Arts & English equivalency creditThe various ‘standards’ covered herein have several tasksassociated. Further, each task is valued as either Exposure (1)only, Limited (2) practice, Skilled (3) or Trainer (4).edward9/14/2011
  2. 2. Competency Profile Standards 2011-2012C-1 Computer ConceptsC-2 Career InvestigationC-3 Communicate in multiple modesC-4 Solve problems using critical thinkingC-5 Demonstrate positive work behaviorsC-6 Strand Health and SafetyIC-7 Demonstrate health and safety practicesC-8Strand Health and SafetyIIC-9 Art TheoryA-1 StoryboardingA-2 LightingC-10 How Digital Video, Quality & Color WorksA-3 Cameras, Still & VideoC-11 Exposure ControlC-12 Light Meters & ExposureA-4 Still Photography LightingA-5 Digital Camera & PhotographyA-6 Digital Editing and PrintingA-7 Studio ProductionA-8 RemotesA-9 Pre-ProductionA-10 News ProductionC-13 Camera & Support EquipmentC-14 Camera Operation & ControlC-15 CompositionA-11 Location ShootingC-16 Audio BasicsA-12 Sound EffectsA-13 Animation IntroductionC-17 Digital Special EffectsC-18 DirectingA-14 RenderingC-19 Video Recording FormatsC-20 Video EditingA-15 Video & Audio for the InternetA-16 Post ProductionA-17 Legal and Ethical IssuesC-21 Survey of History of PhotographyC-22 Critical AnalysisA-18 Analyze basic business practices required to start and run a company/organizationA-19 Portfolio & PresentationC-23 Knowledge of Acceptable Use PolicyC-24 Introduction to Internet ConceptsC-25 Basic Principles of Graphic DesignC-26 Image Use and DesignC-27 Utilize Multimedia and Graphic Tools
  3. 3. Standard - Computer Concepts (C1) 1 2 3 4 Standard: Career Investigation (C2) 1 2 3 4 Evaluate industries, organizations, and careersIdentify internal computer parts, peripherals, mobile based on multiple sources of research andtechnology informationContrast and compare different models of a PC Assess interest areas to determine potential career(low, medium, high priced) pathways, including career laddersResearch the ‘short cut’ or ‘hot keys’ in Windows Develop a career plan with alternativesprogramsUnderstanding the basics of different Operating Complete job applications and related employmentSystems documents (e.g. W-4) Create professional cover letters, resumes, andUnderstand about purchasing process for a PC portfolios in a variety of formats (print/electronic)Review the various points of interest for an Internet Apply job search skills to seek, evaluate, apply for,search and accept employmentIdentify sources of help with computer hardware or Demonstrate good interviewing skillssoftware issues which arise from time to timeCheck the terminology and nomenclature of PC Demonstrate employability skills needed to get andhardware & operating systems keep a job Evaluate industries, organizations, and careersIdentify internal computer parts, peripherals, mobile based on multiple sources of research andtechnology information Standard: Communicate in multiple modes 1 2 3 4 Standard: Solve problems using critical 1 2 3 4 (C3) thinking (C4)Apply strategies to enhance effectiveness of all Demonstrate skills used to define and analyze atypes of communications in the workplace given problem Explain the importance and dynamics ofApply reading skills and strategies to work- individual and teamwork approaches of problemrelated documents solvingLocate information from books, journals, Describe methods of researching and validatingmagazines, and the Internet reliable information relevant to the problemApply basic writing skills to work-related Explain strategies used to formulate ideas,communication proposals and solutions to problems Select potential solutions based on reasonedWrite work-related materials criteria Standard: Demonstrate positive work 1 2 3 4Explain information presented graphically behaviors (C5)Use writing/publishing/presentation Identify time management and task prioritizationapplications skills-Apply basic skills for work-related oral Explain the importance of following workplacecommunication etiquette/protocol Demonstrate willingness to learn and furtherExplain proper telephone etiquette and skills develop skillsLead formal and informal group discussions Demonstrate self-management skillsDemonstrate effective negotiation and conflict List causes of stress and effective stressmanagement management techniquesApply active listening skills to obtain and clarify Describe the importance of having a positiveinformation attitude and techniques that boost moraleCommunicate with others in a diverse Show initiative by coming up with uniqueworkforce solutions and taking on extra responsibilities Explain the importance of setting goals andApply strategies to enhance effectiveness of all demonstrate the ability to set, reach, andtypes of communications in the workplace evaluate goalsStandard: Strand Health and Safety I (C6) 1 2 3 4 Explain the importance of taking pride in work accomplished and extrinsic and intrinsic motivators that can be used to increase prideIdentify and apply OSHA and other health and Value the importance of professionalism,safety regulations that apply to specific tasks including reliability, honesty, responsibility, andand jobs in the occupational area ethicsIdentify & apply EPA and other environmental Demonstrate respect of diversity to benefit theprotection regulations that apply to specific workplacetasks and jobs in the occupational areaIdentify and apply Right-To-Know (HazardCommunication Policy) and other
  4. 4. communicative regulations that apply tospecific tasks & jobs in the occupational areaExplain procedures for documenting and Standard: Demonstrate health and safety 1 2 3 4reporting hazards to appropriate authorities practices (C7)List penalties for non-compliance with Identify, describe and demonstrate the effectiveappropriate health and safety regulations use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Read chemical, product, and equipment labelsIdentify contact information for appropriate to determine appropriate health and safetyhealth and safety agencies and resources considerationsCreate a systematic safety program which Identify, describe and demonstrate personal,would achieve OSHA compliance and promote shop and job site safety practices anda safe working environment procedures 1 2 3 4 Demonstrate safe dress and use of relevant safety gear and personal protective equipment (PPE), including wrist rests, adjustableStandard: Strand Health and Safety II (C8) workspaces and equipment, gloves, boots, earplugs, eye protection, and breathing apparatusExplain why the business owner, or designate Illustrate appropriate safe body mechanics,can train you about health and safety issues including proper lifting techniques and ergonomicsEmployee beware, ultimately your Locate emergency equipment in your lab, shop,responsibility and classroom, including (where appropriate) eyewash stations, shower facilities, sinks, fire extinguishers, fire blankets, telephone, master power switches, and emergency exitsReview what skill sets to use when at work Demonstrate the safe use, storage, andwith possibly a dangerous environment maintenance of every piece of equipment in the lab, shop, and classroom 1 2 3 Describe safety practices and procedures to be Standard: Art Theory (C9) 4 followed when working with and around electricity Illustrate proper handling and storage practices,Art Elements including working with hazardous materials, disposal, and recycling Demonstrate proper workspace cleaningArt Principles proceduresComposition Standard: Storyboarding (A1) 1 2 3 4Color Theory Storyboards/Concept of ArtBasic Art History Applying art elements and principlesArt Appreciation 30% of time in pre-productionDesign Principles – especially as they apply to Synthesize elements and principles.characters and environments Standard: How Digital Video, Quality & Color 1 2 3 4Using Source Art Works (C10) Standard: Lighting (A2) 1 2 3 4 Fields and Frames3 Point Lighting x Interlaced ScanningKey x Progressive ScanningFill x Analog and Digital SignalsBack x Component and Composite VideoTypes of lighting Instruments x Underexposure/ OverexposureType of Lamps x Video NoiseColor Temperature x SaturationLighting Intensity x Brightness or Luma LevelSet Lighting x Waveform Monitor and VectorscopeTechniques of Lighting x Principles of ColorContrast Ratio x Fields and Frames
  5. 5. Lighting Plot Interlaced ScanningVector Lines Progressive ScanningCutaway Shots Analog and Digital SignalsJump Cuts Fields and FramesHard Light Interlaced ScanningSoft Light Progressive Scanning Standard: Cameras, Still & Video (A3) 1 2 3 4 Analog and Digital SignalsMake of Camera x Component and Composite VideoFocal Length x Standard: Exposure Control (C11) 1 2 3 4 x Understand the relationship between the shutterAnimated Camera and light x Understand how to convey motion in a stillZoom/Pan/Dolly photograph x Understand how the aperture of the cameraMultiple Camera works in relation to light x Understand the concept of depth of field andType of Lenses how to control it x Understand the trade-off between aperture andZoom Lenses shutter choice x Understand how to use shutter speed andAngle of View aperture to control exposure x Understand how to use a camera and avoid orZoom and Zoom Ratio control blur in your imagesF-Stops/Lens Speed/Iris x Standard: Light Meters & Exposure (C12) 1 2 3 4 x Understand the concept of equivalentDepth of Field exposures and how to achieve and apply themFocusing/Follow Focus/Rack Focus x Understand how exposure meters workMacro Focus x Use in-camera exposure meters x Understand how automatic exposure systemsFilters operateImage Stabilization x Understand how to meter different scenesType of Lenses x Be able to deal with hard-to-meter scenesIdentify various parts and controls of a SLR x Understand how to bracket a scenecamera (film and/or digital)Understand the basic principles of how to x 1 2 3 4operate either a manual or automatic SLR Standard: Still Photography Lighting (A4)cameraUnderstand the basic guidelines for making x Understand the basic concepts of degree of xsuccessful photographs diffusion and direction of lightKnow and use the vocabulary necessary to x xidentify and learn to use the parts of the Shoot effectively with available lightcamera x Identify a variety of lighting equipment including xIdentify different camera formats and their lights, diffusers and reflectors, supports foradvantages and disadvantages lighting devices, and understand their uses Understand the purpose for using more than x one lighting device, and how to position fill lightsIdentify special purpose cameras to achieve certain effects, such as studio, on camera, existing, supplemental, reflectors, etc. Standard: Digital Camera & Photography 1 2 3 4 x Identify a variety of flash units, flash meters, (C13) and flash accessories, and understand how they are usedIdentify the basic features of digital cameras x Meter for flash and calculate exposureand know how to use them
  6. 6. Understand the composition of a digital image Arrange lighting for portraits and reflectiveand the factors that affect its quality and file objects, and to enhance the appearance ofsize textured surfaces Understand the theory of light and qualities ofUnderstand how digital images are transferred light such as electromagnetic spectrum,to a computer for storage and manipulation variances, reflectance, and physical properties of lightUnderstand the differences between normal- Standard: Digital Editing and Printing (A6) 1 2 3 4focal length for digital camera lenses andtraditional camera lensesUnderstand how to make adjustments for x Understand how to prepare a computer tocontrast, color balance and exposure using a correctly display digital cameraUnderstand the basic differences between xvarious digital cameras on the market and Adjust portions or complete images usingweigh the relative advantages and software toolsdisadvantages, conveniences and costsassociated with their use Use other techniques including filters to readjust xUnderstand how to use scanners or sharpen images Edit image using software including: burning, xWork with histograms to create better images dodging, levels, masks, importance and benefits of using layers, retouchingUnderstand color management Understand the ethics of altering images. x Understand the relative advantages and xUnderstand how to store digital images disadvantages of a number of kinds of printers and printer technologies Standard: Studio Production (A7) 1 2 3 4 Standard: Remotes (A8) 1 2 3 4Equipment and Facilities x Location Survey XStudio Sets x Camera Positions xStudio Hand Signals x On-Location Audio xStudio Crew Positions x Lighting xRole of the Director x Production Communication xDirecting Process x Single-Camera vs. Multiple-Camera Production xOn-Camera Talent x Multiple-Camera Production xVideo Switchers x Single-Camera Production xMultiple-Camera Studio Productions x Film-Style Dramatic ProductionStandard: Pre-Production (A9) 1 2 3 4 Standard: News Production (A10) 1 2 3 4Training ENG and EFP xRead-through and Rehearsals Video Journalists xShot List News Producer xPermits News Sources xLocation Permissions On-Location News Interview xTransportation News Editing xShooting Calendar Rundowns xEquipment Rental News Studio Crew x Standard: Camera & Support Equipment 1 2 3 4 News Bias x (C13)Camera Head Newsworthiness xViewfinder News Writing Guidelines xCamera Lens Standard: Camera Operation & Control (C14) 1 2 3 4Hand-Held Shooting Depth of FieldTripod Shooting ExposureBoom and Jib Shooting Angle of View
  7. 7. Camera Care and Maintenance Pull FocusCamera Head Composition Standard: Composition (C15) 1 2 3 4 Aspect RatioForm vs. Content Camera MovementsInsert Shots and Cutaways Type of ShotsDefining Composition Imaging DeviceStatic Composition Video ResolutionDynamic Composition Camera Mounts and TripodClearly Establish Your Objectives Camera Pan Heads Basic Camera MovesSingle Center of Interest Pan/Tilt/Dolly/Truck/PedestalShifting the Center of Interest Color Balancing/ White BalancingLeading the Subject Shutter SpeedRule of Thirds Shutter Speeds and F-StopsMaintaining Tonal Balance Frame RateBalance Mass ViewfinderThe Concrete and the Abstract Standard: Location Shooting (A11) 1 2 3 4Frame Central Subject Matter Camera MountsConvey Meaning Through Colors and Tones LightingControl the Number of Prime Objects Power (Camera & Lighting) Shooting Techniques (Multi Camera vs SingleBalance Complexity and Order Camera)Movement and Meaning Audio Standard: Audio Basics (C16) 1 2 3 4 Traffic ControlAudio Frequency Standard: Sound Effects (A12) 1 2 3 4Types of Microphones Background MusicMicrophone Patterns Sound EffectsWireless Microphone Self-Made SoundCare of Microphone Sound EditingImpedance Synchronized sound to animationLevels Standard: Animation Introduction (A13) 1 2 3 4Audio Connectors and Adapter Principles of AnimationStandard: Digital Special Effects (C17) 1 2 3 4 Animation HistoryGreen Screen Shooting Motion PathsComputer generated Effects Key Frames Standard: Rendering (A14 1 2 3 4 Standard: Directing (C18) 1 2 3 4Still Images Script BreakdownRendering Attributes Marking the ScriptMovies and Animations Shooting for EditingCodecs Multiple TakesSafe Frame Organization SkillsHardware / Software Eye on the Big PictureRender Direction VocabularyAtmospherics Capabilities of the EquipmentUse of Key Standard: Video Editing (C20) 1 2 3 4Colors / Alpha Dedicated and Software-Based Editors Linear and Non-Linear Editing Systems Time-Code
  8. 8. Standard: Video Recording Formats (C19) 1 2 3 4 On-Line and Off-Line Editing Standard: Video & Audio for the Internet 1 2 3 4Consumer Video Formats (A15)Digital Compression Podcasting formatsMPEG-2 and MPEG-4 Compression Streaming live videoJPEG Compression Video posting websitesProfessional Video Formats Export protocolsExporting Video Internet terminology Standard: Post Production (A16) 1 2 3 4 File size and compressionAwareness of post-production steps Standard: Legal and Ethical Issues (A17) 1 2 3 4Defining needed export types Invasion of PrivacyImage Keying Access Restrictions and RightsCompositing Software Libel and SlanderFoley Work CopyrightAnimation on Video Talent and Location ReleasesEditing The Fair Use ActTransitions Public DomainRough Cut Securing Rights to Music Standard: Survey of History of Photography 1 2 3 4Final Cut (C21) Identify significant discoveries, developments,Sound Effects and inventions in the history of photography Understand the chronology of the developmentFoley and popularization of photography Understand the significance of earlyMusic documentary photography and its social, political, and scientific impact Identify the historically important figures andDialogue Looping sponsoring individuals and agencies Standard: Critical Analysis (C22) 1 2 3 4 Distinguish between various movements, styles, and trends in the history of photographyBe able to discuss and debate the possible Identify the work of major photographers of the th thintention of various photographs 19 and 20 centuriesUse reflection in evaluation to your own work Dem Reel or Animation ShortStandard: Analyze basic business practices 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 required to start and run a Standard: Portfolio & Presentation (A19) company/organization (A18)Define entrepreneurship x Present for gradingDescribe the relationship between suppliers, x Slide show of rendered imagesproducers, and consumersCompare and contrast types of businesses, xincluding sole proprietorships, smallbusinesses, companies, corporations, Hard Copy Portfoliogovernmental agencies, and no-profitorganizationsDescribe practices that ensure quality x Digital Media Presentationcustomer serviceExplain the value of competition in x Web Presentationbusiness/field Standard: Knowledge of Acceptable Use 1 2 3 4 Panel Presentation Policy (C23)Collaborate with classmates in researching or Dem Reel or Animation Shortreviewing an Acceptable Use Policy
  9. 9. Standard: Introduction to Internet Concepts 1 2 3 4Internet search (optional) (C24) Recognize the computer as a communicationResponsibilities of Internet use skill and a way of connecting with people and information Students consider the development of theDiscuss legal issues associated with locating internet and assess advantages andand retrieving information from the internet disadvantagesUnderstand Acceptable Use Policy, copyright Browsers (optional)and Fair Use Laws Conduct research on the Internet and correctly Search Enginesidentify site sources in bibliographyUtilize information from electronic Responsibilities of Internet usecommunication sources Standard: Image Use and Design (C25) 1 2 3 4 History of the Internet (optional) Standard: Basic Principles of Graphic Design 1 2 3 4Plan an interactive image (C26)Storyboard interactive image Review and redesignEvaluate and integrate interactive components Project Planninginto a websiteStoryboard interactive components StoryboardingAnalyze images as a means of information File management and naming conventionsdisplayAppropriate use of color, shapes and lines Copyright and image standard practices(elements of design)Import/create images Optimizing JPEGs and GIFsLayers Composition, contrast and balanceFrames EmphasisBehaviors LineDisjoint and simple rollover images Unity and colorWorking with images Editing imagesEffects Rule of Thirds Standard: Utilize Multimedia and Graphic 1 2 3 4 Proximity and patterns Tools (C27)Describe various interactive media tools ShapeCreate and manipulate illustrations using a Typographydrawing or painting programImport and export graphics using external Scanning photographs, objects, and drawingsperipheralsIdentify and define different graphic file formats Using a digital cameraOpen and run video clips Panel elements and structureCreate a simple video clip Export window and settingsPlay and record sound clips Effects Drawing Text Graphics file types Copyright issues Redesign and peer review
  10. 10. CORE subjects & 21st Century Themes Learning & Innovation Skills 1 2 3 4  Creativity & Innovation  Critical Thinking & Problem Solving  Communications & Collaboration Information, Media & Technology Skills  Information Technology  Media Literacy  ICT (Information, Communications & Technology) Literacy Life & Career Skills  Flexibility & Adaptability  Initiative & Self-Direction  Social & Cross-Cultural Skills  Productivity & Accountability  Leadership & Responsibility