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Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
Music video lesson 2
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  1. Music video <br />Lesson 2<br />L.O- To understand the importance of visuals and lyrics within music video <br />
  2. Andrew Goodwin<br />Suggested several conventions of music videos that the audience should be aware of. <br />Thought beats-seeing the sound<br />Narrative and performance<br />Star image<br />Relation of visuals to the song<br />Technical aspects of music video <br />
  3. Visuals and the lyrics <br />In the lesson today we will be focusing on the connection drawn by Goodwin, between the lyrics of the song and what we see on screen. <br />By the end of the lesson you will understand the links he suggests between lyrics and visuals<br />
  4. What do you mean? <br />Visuals <br />= what we see on screen <br />Lyrics <br />= the words of the song <br />
  5. Task- the lyrics <br />Listen to the following song without seeing the video<br />Using the lyrics complete the following task: <br />Task <br />Draw a brief storyboard or write a brief description about what you think you would be seeing on screen.<br />
  6. The visuals <br />Watch the video <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUttSVG99BM<br />Were you right? <br />There may be three types of links between lyrics and visuals. <br />
  7. Lyrics and visuals <br />Goodwin suggests that there is a relationship between visuals and the lyrics <br />The relationships may be: <br />Illustrative Images are used to represent the lyrics and genre, perhaps like a metaphor<br />For example the film we saw before would be an example of illustrative.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0csLlzdhAPk<br />
  8. 2. Amplifying (literally interpreting the words and exaggerating them. Often images are repeated and drummed into the audiences heads ) <br />New layers of meaning<br /> may be added to the <br /> song<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V3qa1FTUYo<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_MuUcxHATo<br />If you like it then you should have put a ring on it <br />
  9. 3 .Contradicting (opposing the lyrics. The video will have nothing to do with the song) This may also be called disjuncture <br />The video will have nothing to do with the actual song lyrics and they are not trying to create meaning. <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhDl5DCzp2I&feature=related<br />
  10. Task <br />Considering the video we previously watched. What style of video would you now suggest that was? <br />The Doves – there is no fear is a ……………style of music video because………………..<br />
  11. Name the style <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTAAsCNK7RA<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHFFol-8REI<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7K72X4eo_s<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GemKqzILV4w<br />
  12. Analysing existing songs <br />
  13. Task <br />Up load to your blog, the information that you have found out today<br />Use examples that you know to show the different styles of video <br />

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