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Multimedia Lesson Plan

  1. 1. 409575-447675Lights, Camera, Technology! By: Kay Yamashita<br />Analyze Learners<br />General Characteristics: <br />- Grade: 8th grade<br />- Ages: 13-15yrs. old<br />- Ethnicities consist of: Chamorro, Filipino, and Caucasian <br />421957562865- 11 males, 14 females<br />- Mental, Physical, Emotional or Social Notes:<br /> 1 student has ADHD<br />Students range from visual, kinesthetic, and verbal learners <br />- All from middle class socioeconomic backgrounds<br />Specific Entry Competencies:<br />The students have already received instruction and experience in:<br />- Windows Moviemaker<br />- Using a video/digital camera/webcam <br />- Basic Literary terms/vocabulary<br />- Presenting projects orally <br />Learning Styles:<br />- Lecturing<br />- Auditory <br />-Visual<br />-Grouping<br />State Objectives<br /><ul><li>Students will write a script which will include the parts of a story: characters, setting, plot, & theme.
  2. 2. Students will use a video camera to film their story.
  3. 3. Using a computer, students will transfer their data on to Windows Moviemaker for editing.
  4. 4.
  5. 5. After watching group movie presentations students will be able to identify the antagonist, protagonist, conflict, symbols, theme, & tone of the movie.
  6. 6. Using a rubric prepared by the teacher students will critique each group movie presentation after watching it.</li></ul>Select Instructional Methods, Media, and Materials<br />4105275125095Instructional Methods:<br /><ul><li>Select groups
  7. 7. Lecturing
  8. 8. Sample movie presentations</li></ul>Media:<br /><ul><li>Windows Moviemaker
  9. 9. TV
  10. 10. DVD player</li></ul>Materials:<br /><ul><li>Classroom computers
  11. 11. TV
  12. 12. DVD player
  13. 13. Digital video camera/webcam
  14. 14. Projector
  15. 15. Rubric (created using: http://rubistar.4teachers.org)</li></ul>Utilize Media and Materials<br />Preview Materials:<br /><ul><li>The Teacher will use examples of previous class movie projects to show the students.
  16. 16. The teacher will approve the students’ scripts and story line before allowing them to use Windows Moviemaker.
  17. 17. The teacher will ensure the computers, TV, DVD player, and projector are in good working condition.</li></ul>Prepare Materials:<br /><ul><li>The teacher will provide the students with a rubric which they will be graded with. (See attached)
  18. 18. The teacher will ensure that the computers, TV, DVD player, and projector are in working condition before allowing the students to use it.</li></ul>Prepare the Environment:<br /><ul><li>Students will be sectioned off into their respective groups
  19. 19. Students will be allowed to use the classroom for their video projects or can meet outside of school</li></ul>Prepare Learners:<br /><ul><li>One day prior to the activity students will view sample movies from previous classes</li></ul>Provide the Learning Experience:<br /><ul><li>The teacher will tell the students the objectives of the activity and will go over each step thoroughly.
  20. 20. 1905000574675Before watching any presentations teacher will review the rubric with the class for understanding.</li></ul>Require Learner Participation<br />Procedure:<br /><ul><li>One day prior to starting the activity the teacher will show examples of movies made on Windows Moviemaker.
  21. 21. The Teacher will review on how to use Windows Moviemaker as a refresher course.
  22. 22. Teacher will divide the students into 5 groups with 5 students in each group
  23. 23. Allow students to pick a literary work they have read (such as The Rocking Horse Winner, The Lottery, The Quilt, etc.)
  24. 24. Students will assign each other roles
  25. 25. Director, characters, etc. (students may have more than one role)
  26. 26. Students collaboratively write a script for the story they will be portraying
  27. 27. Collect their rough drafts and review them. If students do not finish before the period ends, assign it as homework. Review their work the next day.
  28. 28. Allow the groups to correct their mistakes before filming. Only allow groups whose rough drafts have been reviewed to start filming.
  29. 29. Students will be allowed to film in the classroom during break or lunch (after reserving it with the teacher)
  30. 30. Students may also meet outside of school to film their story
  31. 31. As students are working in class they will be able to make props for their video.
  32. 32. Students will take turns editing their videos on Windows Moviemaker
  33. 33. Students will present their movies to the class using a TV and DVD player or computer and projector
  34. 34. Students will discuss the characters using the literary vocabulary learned</li></ul>Evaluate and Revise<br />Assessment of learner achievement<br />Objective 1: Students will write a script which will include the parts of a story: characters, setting, plot & theme. Evaluation 1: The students were able to write their scripts collaboratively in groups.<br />Note: <br />Objective 2: Students will use a video camera to film their story.<br />Evaluation 2: Students were able to film their story in the time period allotted.<br />Note:<br />Objective 3: Using a computer, students will transfer their data on to Windows Moviemaker for editing.<br />Evaluation 3: Students collaboratively edited their videos competently with little supervision. <br /> Note:<br />Objective 4: After watching group movie presentations students will be able to identify the antagonist, protagonist, conflict, symbols, theme, & tone of the movie. Evaluation 4: Students were aware of what to look for while watching each group’s movie presentation. Note: <br />Objective 5: Using a rubric prepared by the teacher students will critique each group movie presentation after watching it.Evaluation 5: <br />Note:<br />Evaluation of media <br />Students were excited to do a video project to show their creativity and to work on Windows Moviemaker. <br />Notes:<br />Evaluation of methods<br />Lecturing to explain the activity and showing the students the examples are appropriate for the activity. Students understood what was expected of them. Notes:<br />Evaluation of instruction/instructor<br />The activity was both educational and enjoyable for the students. Students applied creativity skills into the activity and were able to more than adequately answer the comprehension questions asked. Because they were with their peers, they were also able to socialize and contribute ideas with each other. The instructor should continually supervise students and ask questions for understanding seeing that this is a two week project.<br />Notes:<br />Revise When students are using the computers in the teacher should always supervise them to ensure they are focused on their task. If the students are not using the computer allow them to do other assignments or further readings. <br />3733800259715Notes:<br />Video Production-Lights, Camera, Technology!Group Name:Category4321ScoreScript*note: Teacher will grade this part.Script is complete and it is clear what each actor will say and do. Entries and exits are scripted as are important movements. Script is quite professional.Script is mostly complete. It is clear what each actor will say and do. Script is shows planning.Script has a few major flaws. It is not always clear what the actors are to say and do. Script shows an attempt at planning, but seems incomplete.There is no script. Actors are expected to invent what they say and do as they go along.ConceptTeam has a clear picture of what they are trying to achieve. Each member can describe what they are trying to do and generally how his/her work will contribute to the final product.Team has a fairly clear picture of what they are trying to achieve. Each member can describe what they are trying to do overall but has trouble describing how his/her work will contribute to the final product.Team has brainstormed their concept, but no clear focus has emerged for the team. Team members may describe the goals/final product differently.Team has spent little effort on brainstorming and refining a concept. Team members are unclear on the goals and how their contributions will help them reach the goal.StoryboardStoryboard is complete with sketches for each scene, detailed notes on titles, transitions, special effects, sound, etc. Storyboard reflects outstanding planning and organization for the visuals in the videoStoryboard is relatively complete with sketches for most scenes, and notes on titles, transitions, special effects, sound, etc. Storyboard reflects effective planning and organization for the visuals in the video.Storyboard has glaring omissions in scene planning. There are some sketches, and notes on titles, transitions, special effects, sound, etc. Storyboard reflects attempts at planning and organization for the visuals in the video.Storyboard is not done or is so incomplete that it could not be used even as a general guide. Storyboard reflects very little planning of the visuals.TeamworkStudents meet and discuss regularly. All students contribute to the discussion and all are listened to respectfully. All team members contribute a fair share of the work.Students meet and discuss regularly. Most students contribute to the discussion and are listened to respectfully. All team members contribute a fair share of the work.A couple of team meetings are held. Most students contribute to the discussion and are listened to respectfully. All team members contribute a fair share of the work.Meetings are not held AND/OR some team members do not contribute a fair share of the work.TOTAL<br />Created using: http://rubistar.4teachers.org<br />

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