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  • Laura – video is one of the projectstour of their house, cooking demo or describe in class
  • PamAllows students to unleash their creativity in the context of a curricular ideaTechnology tends to allow for creating a project – graded on their body of work show understanding by creating authentic assessmentBeyond the teacher/student share with the class, other classes, wider audience  school tube take greater pride
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  • LauraStoryboard– younger kids use storyboard/script better for movies where students are memorizing linesScript - The script is simply a compilation of all the parts of the movie: scene locations, characters, dialogue, action, and shots.Characters – Use PSA as example: some kids are bullies, some are bystanders, one is being bulliedPlot – Plot is for movies with a story to tell: Murder Mystery exampleConflict/Resolution – make sure that students bring the movie to a logical conclusion: Bullies realize they are wrongTheme – Student Interviews (who is your hero, ask teachers what they were like in middle school), Science Experiment – make sure everything is set upLocation – ASK PERMISSION!!, specify allowable locations, monitor students when possible
  • PamVideo Production Jobs – videographer, technical director, costumes/propsSchool/Home – Once students understand the art of filming, teachers may offer it as an option. EX: Language Arts projects – Romeo & Juliet, French projectRules – Behavior in the hallways, scheduling interviews with teachers/administrators, using other students as “extras”Groups– peer learning, important life skills, enhances learning: BE AWARE OF CONFLICTS
  • LauraFree software: Movie Maker (PC) or IMovie (Mac)Purchase: Adobe Premiere, PowerDirector, Final CutEDITING IS WHAT MAKES THE MOVIE!! Splicing – “cutting” Effects – slow/fast motion, using black & white to denote the past, reverse speed, green screenNarration/Voiceovers – show someone is “thinking”Soundtracks – many sites have free musicBloopers – always fun at the end of the movie!
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    1. 1. Videography:From Theory to Practice<br />Pam Friedman and Laura PaivaWestfield School District<br />
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    4. 4. Students as Filmmakers<br />Communicate Original Ideas<br />Project Based Learning<br />Share with a broader audience<br />
    5. 5. Curriculum<br />Technology Literacy<br />Language Arts<br />Visual and Performing Arts<br />Student Centered<br />Critical thinking<br />Problem solving<br />Research<br />Cooperative learning<br />
    6. 6. Materials<br />Hardware<br />Video Camera<br />Web cam<br />Digital Camera<br />Tripod<br />Batteries/Chargers<br />Extras<br />Green Screen<br />Props<br />Software<br />Adobe Premiere Elements<br />Adobe Photoshop Elements<br />Windows Movie Maker/Windows Live Movie Maker<br />iMovie<br />*Make sure the Hardware and Software are compatible!!!<br />
    7. 7. Getting Started<br />Storyboard<br />Script Writing<br />Characters<br />Plot<br />Conflict/Resolution<br />Theme<br />Location<br />
    8. 8. Filming<br />Video Production Jobs<br />School/Home<br />Rules<br />Groups<br />
    9. 9. Editing<br />Software<br />Splicing<br />Effects<br />Narration/Voiceovers<br />Soundtracks<br />Credits<br />Bloopers<br />
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    11. 11. Project Ideas<br />Documentaries<br />Character Education<br />Public Service Announcements<br />Commercials<br />Biographies<br />Scene from a novel – original or redo<br />Reenact event in history<br />Teach a skill/topic<br />“Publish” a poem or short story<br />Newscast<br />Digital Story<br />Cooking Show (foreign language)<br />
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    13. 13. Why We Love It<br />Enables understanding of concepts and applications of technology <br />Develops Skills using Information<br />Locate<br />Summarize<br />Organize<br />Synthesize <br />Evaluate Information <br />Creates opportunities to work cooperatively to produce curriculum-relevant products<br />Allows students to demonstrate and communicate the concepts they have mastered.<br />
    14. 14. Why Create Videos?<br />Core Curriculum Content Standards<br />“Technology is uniquely positioned to transform learning, to foster critical thinking, creativity, and innovation, and to prepare students to thrive in the global economy. As engaged digital learners, students are able to acquire and apply content knowledge and skills through active exploration, interaction, and collaboration with others across the globe, challenging them to design the future…”<br />Performance Based Assessment<br />"Performance assessments call upon the examinee to demonstrate specific skills and competencies, that is, to apply the skills and knowledge they have mastered." -- Richard J. Stiggins<br />
    15. 15. Group Activity<br />Think of one way that you might use filmmaking in your classroom.<br />We will create a movie using your ideas!<br />
    16. 16. Contact Us<br />Pam Friedman<br />pfriedman@westfieldnjk12.org<br />Laura Paiva<br />lpaiva@westfieldnjk12.org<br />
    17. 17. Resources<br />http://www.lessonplanet.com/search?keywords=movie+maker&media=lesson<br />http://its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/digitalmedia.htm<br />http://www.frankwbaker.com/film_links.htm<br />

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