EDUC1751 – Knowledge and Communication Technology Assessment Task 1 – Option 1 Samantha Riddell c3146683
A Vision of K-12 Students today: Role of filmmaking in the Cross Curricular Content and ICT section of the PDHPE syllabus Students are able to uses a range of technologies to produce and present their work; email, computer, internet, wikis, blogs, music. 7-10 PDHPE Syllabus Using technology: research and investigation in this syllabus involves using appropriate information technologies. Students also examine technologies related to training, sports medicine, the enhancement of performance and the health of Australians.
What the film says Students expectations: Create, Consume, Remix, Share information with each other.
How it says it Average hours spent per week: Gaming: 3 ½ hrs Television: 16 ½ hrs Computer: 5 ½ hrs Reading: 2 hrs 76% of teachers haven’t used: Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts.
Good features of the film in content and technique Gaining an understanding, Inspiring teachers to use technology, Engaging, Motivating teachers. Filmmaking techniques: Zooming in, Panning, Angling.
Forbidden:Role of filmmaking in the Cross Curricular content and ICT section of the PDHPE syllabus Elderly make up 13% of Australia’s population. Strand 1: Self and Relationships: Positive sense of self, Influence of self during adolescence, Reflection on a range of challenges, Communication skills, Accessing support, Respectful relationships, Responsibilities in relationships.
What the film says Storyline: Family structure Three generations of women Roles of a carer Relationships between family members and friends
How it says it This is shown through the use of: Dialogue: “Oh mum! What are you thinking?!”. Close-ups: Emotion of frustration from all of the characters, focusing on a particular subject. Long-shots: Creates a bigger picture for the scene. Imagery: The surrounding environment and contexts of the scene/representations.
Good features on the film in content and technique Narrative: Orientation, Complication, Resolution. Filmmaking techniques: Close-ups: shows the emotion of the characters, Panning: describes the scene, Angling: showing points of view, Props: setting a theme and/or style.
What you have learnt that you will take forward with you? The role and influence of technology Collaborative learning: Cognition (what to learn), Metacogntion (why learn), Shared guidance. 21st century learners: Understand and listen to what students’ want Engaging lessons Filmmaking: Creates a realistic environment/ ability to relate to