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Video Production 101 OELMA 2006 Annual Conference Patricia McCauley, Presenter NOTE: Certain materials are included under the fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law and have been prepared according to the multimedia fair use guidelines and are restricted from further use. - A student produced broadcast program in NW Ohio 2 http://www.nwoet.org/newsix/ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Video Production in the Classroom? Why? [Video production] “has the ability to act as a catalyst to helping schools teach literacies other than media literacy, like reading and writing.” (Kenny, 2004) 11 Media Literacy Standards “Nationally, few standards have been developed specific to television production. However, many states are beginning to develop benchmarks that are synergistic to the goals and objectives …” (Kenny, 2004) 12 K-12 Library Guidelines Media Literacy Benchmarks • A: Explore the intended effect of media communications and messages ... • B: Distinguish between a variety of elements used to create and construct media communications … • C: Critique and evaluate the intended impact of media communications and messages … (Grades 9-12) 13 Ohio Academic Content Standards • Language Arts • Technology • Social Studies • Other content areas depending on story topics 14 ISTE Technology Standards • Basic operations and concepts • Social, ethical, and human issues • Technology productivity tools • Technology communication tools • Technology research tools • Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools 15 NETS for Students Technology Foundation Standards • http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_stands.html Performance Indicators: • GRADES 3-5 http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_profile-35.html • GRADES 6-8 http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_profile-68.html • GRADES 9-12 http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_profile-912.html 16 17 Kenny, R.F. (2004). Teaching TV Production in a Digital World: Integrating Media Literacy, Teacher ed., 2nd ed. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. 18 Black, K. (2000). KidVid: Fundamentals of video instruction, 2nd ed., Tucson, AZ: Zephyr Press. 19 20 21 22 23 Kyker, K. & Curchy, C. (2004). Television production: A classroom approach. 2nd ed. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. 24 Television Production: A Classroom Approach • Using a camcorder to create the videography repertoire • Selecting and using a microphone to collect sound • Using audio mixers and music sources • Planning projects, including storyboarding and scriptwriting • Learning to create reports on news events • Learning the editing process • Planning and creating successful studio projects • Making video movies 25 Kyker, K. & Curchy, C. (2003). Educator’s survival guide for television production and activities. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. 26 27 www.izzyvideo.com Be sure to scroll down to the archived video clips for viewing. 28 Close-Ups & Wide Shots Permission granted by Israel Hyman to use this video clip – 9/27/06. 29 www.kidsvid.org/ 30 Apple Learning Interchange Videography for Educators http://edcommunity.apple.com/ali/story.php?itemID=365 31 32 How do I select a digital video camera? Lights? Microphones? Editing Software Microsoft Windows Movie Maker MAC iMovie Adobe Premier Apple Final Cut Pro … and many more 34 Video Formats •AVI •MPEG •QuickTime •ASF … and many more. 35 36
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