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Task 3 iconography

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Task 3 iconography

  1. 1. Task 3: Iconography in subgenre Group task
  2. 2. Work in these groups 12A 12C Marcus Philip Alex Zirak Haseeb Rizwan Thomas Steven James Max Harvey Joseph Connor Jay Michael Abir Tom Brown Josh Ollie Harry Aiden Luke Laurie Tom Baldwin Tom L Jordan Luca Kim Joseph Jamal Ben Sam
  3. 3. What is iconography? • Images that ‘belong’ or are ‘associated’ with a subgenre • It is mainly connected to Mise-en-scene (and CAM SAMC) • What makes up MES? (anything in the frame) • Lighting • Setting • Anything with character (acting – body lang./facial expression etc) • Costume/props • Colours Example: what images are associated with gangster crime? - - - -
  4. 4. Choose a horror subgenre in your group Choose based on potential for future
  5. 5. Task 1: Iconography collage • Create a collage made up on images that are connected to your subgenre • Remember: • MES • CAM SAMC Due: Friday -3 people: get 7-10 images each -1 person: put together in word/ppt/online/photoshop then print in colour *if you can’t print, e-mail to me and I’ll have on ready on Fri
  6. 6. • Mafia • Police officers • Low key lighting • Smoke • Police office buildings • Coffee shops • Cities • Dull colours, nothing vibrant • 50’s/60’s nostalgia
  7. 7. Example Film Noir
  8. 8. Part 2: Audience Interviews Format: • On prezi or video • Each person in group should interview 2 people (diff ages) Prezi Video Name: Genre they identified: Correct/incorrect? What things are associated with the subgenre you chose: Ask audience same questions in red. Film on phones Edit on online editor or here if you want to try imovie/final cut See next slide if doing this option.
  9. 9. Video options • https://www.youtube.com/editor • Apps: • Structure Options: • a) Divide by interviewees (person 1, 2, 3, 4……..8) • B) Divide by question (q1: person 1, 2, 3…….then Q2: person 1, 2, 3….
  10. 10. Part 3: What you learned from audience feedback • From conducting audience feedback we learned the following: - - - - Things to consider: -did your images accurately represent your subgenre? -Could your audience identify correctly? -If not, why do you think that is? -Did you ask audiences that are likely to know the subgenre? If not, do you think this affected their ability to identify it correctly? -What would you have done differently?
  11. 11. Format • You need to use a range of ICT in your blogs • You must complete as a Prezi TUTORIALS • https://prezi.com/support/article/steps/get-started-with-prezi/ • https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL09A34EF19596B7BB (this one has EVERYHING)
  12. 12. Prezi checklist • Title page (Assign 3: Iconography……..and names) • What subgenre you’re doing • Your collage (part 1) • Records of 8 interviews OR the embedded video (part 2) • What you learned (bullet points) (part 3)
  13. 13. Success criteria Level 1 Minimal/incomplete Level 2 Basic Level 3 Proficient Level 4 Excellent Incomplete or parts incomplete Poor presentation No or very basic features in prezi Serious inaccuracies with understanding of subgenre Minor parts incomplete Mostly clear presentation, text likely to be bulky and slides scattered Some prezi features to aid presentation Some understanding of subgenre with minor inaccuracies Complete Presentation is clear Prezi features aid presentation and show good technical skill Clear understanding Evidence of learning from interviews (evaluative) Complete with detail Presentation is clear with carefully thought out layout that is engaging and skilled Excellent and advanced features to show advances skills Excellent understanding Interviews and evaluation reveal connections to target audience

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