Production in the Curriculum
is for teachers. It is a resource that will provide practical
suggestions on how to integrate video production into the curriculum.
This section will also explore the world of media literacy.
some lessons for the classroom:
These lessons are used to help student become familiar with
the production process. They are asked to capture a set
of actions on video.
5 in 1; The Shot
5 in 1; The Scene
5 in 1; Combined
This lesson captures a presentation on video. This is similar
to the "Five in One" in that the students can
record a presentation in shot and one set up. Or they can
break the presentation down into shots and create a video
with close ups, cut aways and effects.
This exercise introduces the camera to the students. Here
they are ask to go and shoot particular kinds of shots.
By gathering these shots, they learn how to use the camera.
some tips for how to teach students to improve their video
One way to make the production go smoother is to plan ahead.
Find out what you can do before you take the camera out.
Gathering the footage is fun. Here are a few suggestions
to help make the footage look good.
- Post Production:
editing is where the story is put together. Here are a few
tips to help you tell the story you want told.
Once the video is made, now what? How are you going to show
your work? Find out the codes you need to show your work
on the web.