Presentation on theme: "Advanced Movie Making Eliciting Student Behavior Ben Smith and Jared Mader www.edtechinnovators.com Red Lion Area School District Tuesday, October 7, 2008."— Presentation transcript:
Advanced Movie Making Eliciting Student Behavior Ben Smith and Jared Mader www.edtechinnovators.com Red Lion Area School District Tuesday, October 7, 2008
National Educational Technology Standards for Students
Movie Uses Special Projects Desktop Videos Slow Motion Replays Exit Ticket with built-in webcam Edit Discovery Streaming movies
Ways to Start 1 Student records a lab Video Lab Reports, Skits, Find Geometric shapes, Poetry readings, Interview a famous person Give students prior notice for possible props or their own equipment Make use of storyboards Inspiration/Mindomo
Video Capture Techniques Teach students about film techniques: Shot Length Camera Angle Lighting Need to Pan / Zoom Consider background of footage Be sure that they know camera functions: Camera Directions
Using MovieMaker Project File vs Movie File Put all resources (images, videos, etc) in a folder Save this folder in your network folder (not the H drive) Export the Movie Broadband - 150 (examine the file size) This file goes in the podcasts folder in the H drive
Editing Sort and Trim Clips Put in Titles Place Transitions Add Audio / Narration Export Formats
Post Production How will students share their work with you? Website Flash Drive/CD On screen viewing
MovieMaker and Podcasts MovieMaker creates WMV files These files play through IE These files do not play on iPods Convert these files with Videora www.videora.com Creates MOV files
Assessment How will students be assessed? Scoring Rubrics Curricular objectives must have been met Creativity and differentiated learning is fostered when assessments allow for flexibility in assignment style, components, etc.
Bringing it all together Choose your sharing method Wikispace Webpage PowerPoints (put all resources in folder)
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