Assessment 1Film Making<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIc1RfFVhX8<br />
What the film says:<br />The film explains that Generation Y are digital learners.<br />Majority of teachers do not use ad...
How It Says It:<br />Presented in a film to the audience with various digital technologies acknowledged throughout.<br />E...
Good Features <br />The use of flash cards throughout <br />    the scenes to gain the audiences <br />   attention.<br />...
Useful Information <br />The film acknowledges that students prefer digital learning and that teachers need to recognise t...
Relates to Syllabus<br />‘Vision of K-12 Students’. This film relates to PDHPE content, but in a negative way. PDHPE sylla...
Forbidden<br />This film is a narrative which is a story of an older lady, incompetent of looking after herself and is und...
How?<br />This short film uses a variety of camera angles and shots. The various shots are used effectively to portray imp...
Relates to Syllabus<br />The film ‘Forbidden’, is directly related to the PDHPE syllabus in multiple ways. <br />The film ...
Quality Teaching Model <br />Quality teaching model is a crucial part of teaching. This model involves: Quality learning e...
Related to Subject Area<br />Technology, especially filmmaking, relates to my subject area, PDHPE, by being integrated int...
Usefulness<br />The film ‘Forbidden’, would be a useful film to present to students as it had many useful film techniques ...
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  1. 1. Assessment 1Film Making<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIc1RfFVhX8<br />
  2. 2. What the film says:<br />The film explains that Generation Y are digital learners.<br />Majority of teachers do not use adequate digital teaching/learning opportunities for students. 63% do not let students use technology to create something new. While only 14% do, but only once a week. <br />Digital learning engages students as they are 21st century learners who use technology for a large percentage of things they do. <br />As students are growing up into a digital world, students need adequate technical knowledge<br /> to obtain jobs in our digital world. <br />
  3. 3. How It Says It:<br />Presented in a film to the audience with various digital technologies acknowledged throughout.<br />Explains how involved all students, of all ages are with technology by the use of flash cards explaining how much they use technology. <br />Demonstrates that students are concerned with their future through the use of statistics, estimations and unanswered <br /> questions affecting their futures.<br />Eg careers.<br />
  4. 4. Good Features <br />The use of flash cards throughout <br /> the scenes to gain the audiences <br /> attention.<br />Students of all ages, ethnicities and <br /> genders were included in the film.<br />Personal information of students to inform the audience the importance of digital technologies to students.<br />These features of the film are important features that students can take into consideration when creating their own films. <br />
  5. 5. Useful Information <br />The film acknowledges that students prefer digital learning and that teachers need to recognise this so students have the opportunity to ‘create’ using many useful methods including film making. <br />However, the film informs the<br /> audience that students only read<br /> for 2 Hrs per week. This recognises <br /> that there needs to be a balance <br /> created within the classroom and teaching strategy with consideration of incorporation of technology.<br />
  6. 6. Relates to Syllabus<br />‘Vision of K-12 Students’. This film relates to PDHPE content, but in a negative way. PDHPE syllabus refers to life long physical activity and ways to prevent childhood obesity. However, key findings used in PDHPE content is that students are to reduce screen time as a prevention of overweight/obesity. This film emphasises how much technology students are using. <br />This film does relate to the PDHPE <br /> syllabus as it links into skill <br /> outcomes of communication.<br />
  7. 7. Forbidden<br />This film is a narrative which is a story of an older lady, incompetent of looking after herself and is under care from her daughter and granddaughter. ‘Gran’, tries to escape the house to visit her ‘prince charming’. <br />
  8. 8. How?<br />This short film uses a variety of camera angles and shots. The various shots are used effectively to portray important features of the film.<br />Close up on Gran’s slippers which emphasises incapability by showing of type clothes worn in public.<br />Low angle shot of policeman to represent his authority when returning Gran. <br />Close up shots on Gran and granddaughters facial expressions which illustrates the actors feelings to the audience. <br />The traffic filmed in front of Gran in the shot was used to explain the risk when Gran escapes to visit her friend. <br />
  9. 9. Relates to Syllabus<br />The film ‘Forbidden’, is directly related to the PDHPE syllabus in multiple ways. <br />The film demonstrates types of family make ups, eg in the film ‘Forbidden’, the characters involved are a 3 person family, made up of three generations of women. <br />‘Forbidden’, also portrays a character with a disease and emphasises many symptoms. <br />Not only is the film related in content,<br /> it is also skill based related,<br /> including communication, <br /> interacting and planning. <br />
  10. 10. Quality Teaching Model <br />Quality teaching model is a crucial part of teaching. This model involves: Quality learning environment, intellectual quality and significance. <br />Incorporating film making into teaching strategies improves intellectual<br /> quality of learning by providing <br /> authentic learning for students. <br />
  11. 11. Related to Subject Area<br />Technology, especially filmmaking, relates to my subject area, PDHPE, by being integrated into the skills outcomes. It is linked to:<br /> * Communication – effective communication <br /> through electronic media (film). Communicating <br /> Students ideas through the use of creating a film.<br /> * Interacting – by working in groups, gaining the <br /> ability to perform various roles and common goal of<br /> the group. (Process of making the film) Many important roles when making a film and important goals to be accomplished. <br /> * Planning – is associated with setting goals, priorities, manage resources and time, and monitor performance. (factors contributing to making a film)<br /> * Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).‘Use simulation software to make choices and decisions as a member of a team’. This section described in ICT is where film making can be referred to. There are many roles when creating a film and a team environment is useful to be used by students. <br />
  12. 12. Usefulness<br />The film ‘Forbidden’, would be a useful film to present to students as it had many useful film techniques and shots recorded within.<br />‘Vision of K-12 Students Today’, is a film which can demonstrate to students that film is an effective way to portray a message. Students should have the opportunity to create films for assessments as components of film making are demonstrated in skill outcomes. <br />

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