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Term 4, Week 3, 2010

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Term 4, Week 3, 2010

  1. 1. Term 4, Week 3, 2010 Historical Photography - Kawerau e-Learners Team at Putauaki bTerm 4, Weeks 3-4, 2010
  2. 2. Warm Up: One goal I have for today is… Brief e-Learners Team expectations and project intentions Whole group activities PW – A photograph Venn – Historical photograph and 2010 photograph Discuss groupings and information about taking great shots 9.30am Visit to the Public Library and briefing about copyright Return to Putauaki Divide into two teams. Team 1 – Whaea Jeanette and Team 2 – Whaea Tracy 11am Team 2 to visit historical places and take shots. Team 1 remains in the ICT suite and researches information about historical places. Swap 1.10pm Whaea Jeanette shares historical photos. Review Venn Blog Reflection. The most interesting thing I learn about historical photography is… Welcome to T4, Week 3 e-Learners Team at Putauaki
  3. 3. Weeks 3-4: We are learning to track changes in the natural and man- made environments of our Kawerau community Pre-production: o In groups, identify and research 1-4 historical photographs. o If you can, make photocopies or scan the photographs so that you can refer to then when creating your new images. o Visit these locations to see if they are preserved enough to recognise in a re-creation photograph. o If necessary, ask for permission to photograph these locations. o Practice framing the photo with a number of test shots. o Determine the approximate day and time the photographs were taken. Production: o Scan or photograph the original photos so that you can present them alongside your new photo and information. Post-production: o Include written information about the historical places. o Whaea Jeanette will upload your information to www.onedayonearth.org o Visit others who have completed the historical photographs project. Compare and contrast how their historical places relate to yours. e-Learners Team at Putauaki Term 4, Weeks 3-4, 2010

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