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EDUC1751 – Assessment Task 1


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EDUC1751 – Assessment Task 1

  1. 1. EDUC1751 – Knowledge and Communication Technology Assessment Task 1 – Option 1<br />Samantha Riddell<br />c3146683<br />
  2. 2. A Vision of K-12 Students today: Role of filmmaking in the Cross Curricular Content and ICT section of the PDHPE syllabus<br />Students are able to uses a range of technologies to produce and present their work; email, computer, internet, wikis, blogs, music.<br />7-10 PDHPE Syllabus<br />Using technology: research and investigation in this syllabus involves using appropriate information technologies. Students also examine technologies related to training, sports medicine, the enhancement of performance and the health of Australians.<br />
  3. 3. What the film says <br />Students expectations: <br />Create, <br />Consume, <br />Remix, <br />Share information with each other. <br />
  4. 4. How it says it<br />Average hours spent per week:<br />Gaming: 3 ½ hrs<br />Television: 16 ½ hrs<br />Computer: 5 ½ hrs<br />Reading: 2 hrs<br />76% of teachers haven’t used: <br />Blogs, <br />Wikis, <br />Podcasts.<br />
  5. 5. Good features of the film in content and technique<br />Gaining an understanding, <br />Inspiring teachers to use technology, <br />Engaging, <br />Motivating teachers. <br />Filmmaking techniques:<br />Zooming in, <br />Panning,<br />Angling.<br />
  6. 6. Forbidden:Role of filmmaking in the Cross Curricular content and ICT section of the PDHPE syllabus<br />Elderly make up 13% of Australia’s population.<br />Strand 1: Self and Relationships: <br />Positive sense of self,<br />Influence of self during adolescence, <br />Reflection on a range of challenges, <br />Communication skills, <br />Accessing support, <br />Respectful relationships, <br />Responsibilities in relationships.<br />
  7. 7. What the film says<br />Storyline:<br />Family structure<br />Three generations of women<br />Roles of a carer<br />Relationships between family members and friends<br />
  8. 8. How it says it<br />This is shown through the use of: <br />Dialogue: “Oh mum! What are you thinking?!”. <br />Close-ups: Emotion of frustration from all of the characters, focusing on a particular subject. <br />Long-shots: Creates a bigger picture for the scene.<br />Imagery: The surrounding environment and contexts of the scene/representations.<br />
  9. 9. Good features on the film in content and technique<br />Narrative:<br />Orientation, <br />Complication,<br />Resolution.<br />Filmmaking techniques:<br />Close-ups: shows the emotion of the characters,<br />Panning: describes the scene, <br />Angling: showing points of view,<br />Props: setting a theme and/or style.<br />
  10. 10. What you have learnt that you will take forward with you?<br />The role and influence of technology <br />Collaborative learning: <br />Cognition (what to learn), <br />Metacogntion (why learn),<br />Shared guidance.<br />21st century learners: <br />Understand and listen to what students’ want<br />Engaging lessons<br />Filmmaking:<br />Creates a realistic environment/ ability to relate to<br />