Mise en-scene lesson 3 - blogging guide and rotk analysis

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  • Mise en-scene lesson 3 - blogging guide and rotk analysis

    1. 1. Posting your workBy now you should all be bloggers!Your task for this lesson is to successfully post yourPsycho analysis on to the blog
    2. 2. BloggingLog on to the network and go to the SSSFCFILM blogwww.sssfcfilm.blogspot.co.ukLog in and then click ‘New Post’
    3. 3. First thing you MUST do is give your post a titleThe Psycho essay should be entitled‘Psycho-Analysis’
    4. 4. Posting your workIn order for your work to be visible and traceable youmust ‘label’ your workLabels identify you as the author ofthe postYou must enter your full name as a Matthew O’Regan, Psycho analysis,label, and also the label ‘Psycho Cinematography Homeworkanalysis or Cinematographyhomework’Use a comma and space to separatethe labelsYou must then click ‘done’ – if youdon’t they will not be attached
    5. 5. Posting your workCopy and Paste your Psycho Analysis / Homeworkessays in the text box
    6. 6. Posting a videoTo embed a video in to your post you must first findan appropriate videoGo to YouTube and find a videoHomework – Trailer for the film you analysedPsycho Essay – Psycho trailerClick on ‘Share’Click ‘Embed’Copy the HTML code from thebox
    7. 7. Posting a videoReturn to your blog post and click onthe HTML buttonCopy the HTML code from YouTube into the box.Make sure you post your video andthe bottom of the postNow click ‘compose’ and then Publishyour post
    8. 8. Anyquestions?
    9. 9. Learning ObjectivesContinue to develop our analysis skills Complete an in-depth analysis of the cinematography, lighting and mise- en-scene used in Return of the King

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