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1 NORTHERN VALLEY SCHOOLS Office of Curriculum and Instruction Technology Education Department Demarest and Old Tappan HYPERMEDIA II GRADES Philosophy Statement...2 UNIT I Computer Use Policy, Plagiarism and the Operating System... UNIT II Essential Concepts and Terminology of Video Production... UNIT III Infusing the Visual and Performing Arts Through Digital Media... UNIT IV Video Pre-production Concepts and Techniques... UNIT V Video Production Concepts and Techniques... UNIT VI Video Post-Production Concepts and Techniques... UNIT VII 3D Concepts and Techniques... UNIT VIII Using Multimedia in Video Production... UNIT!X Digital Video Portfolio... July 2009

2 NORTHERN VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Demarest and Old Tappan HYPERMEDIA Grades Philosophy Statement Technology is evolving at an amazing rate, with frequent advancements of existing technology and the creation of new technologies. All students must understand and be comfortable with the concepts and application of technology, not only in order to function in today s complex society, but also to become informed and productive adults of tomorrow in the context of their careers and personal lives. This course addresses the needs of all learners through hands-on, design-based activities in which the teacher becomes a facilitator of learning rather than the primary source of information. The auditory, kinesthetic, and visual learner will develop as the students experience challenging Activities that expose students to a variety of multimedia experiences. In addition, students who have enrolled in DIGITAL VIDEO AND MULTIMEDIA will focus their attention on preparation for careers and admission into colleges that offer training in multimedia. The culmination of a digital portfolio will become a secondary resource for students in their job or application process.

3 TOPIC: Computer Use Policy, Plagiarism and the Operating System GOALS: Understanding of the district computer use policy. Understanding of district policy on plagiarism, and basic copyright issues for students. Introduction to the current Operating System and network used in the course. 1. What computer usage is appropriate and/or inappropriate in this course? 2. What are the consequences of inappropriate usage of the Northern Valley Network? 3. What constitutes plagiarism and what are the district consequences of plagiarism? 4. What are the basic copyright issues that must be considered in this course? 5. What are the basic components of the operating system, network and hardware used in this course? 6. NJCCCS for The student will ; 1. Understand the contents of the student handbook regarding computer protocol while using the Northern Valley Network. 2. Recognize what is deemed inappropriate material and behavior 3. Demonstrate understanding of basic copyright concepts 4. Demonstrate understanding of local and network usage of computers 5. Access the student and faculty servers Review of: Requirements Objectives Safety Equipment Lab procedures Student Handbook Technology Learning Activities ( TLA s) Supplemental Materials 8.1 B2,6 8.2 C3 9.1 B3,4 9.2 A1, B3 D3,4,5 F1,2,3,4,5

4 TOPIC: Essential Concepts and Terminology of Video Production GOAL: To understand and apply the essential concepts and terminology of digital video editing. 1. What is the difference between video and film? 2. What are the 3 stages of video production? 3. What are the basic terms used in all video production regardless of software used? 4. What are the terms for various camera angles? 5. What are the terms for various camera shots? 6. What are the terms for various transitions? 7. What are the components of a basic video production? 8. Who are the various people involved in video production and what are their roles? 9. What are some careers associated with video production? NJCCCS 1. Describe the difference between video and film. 2. Define the terminology used in video production. 3. Recognize examples of the various camera angles, shots, transitions defined in this unit. 4. Identify the roles various people play in video production. 5. Identify careers associated with video production. Video terminology and concepts: stages of production, camera angles, types of transitions, components of a production, named roles in video production Technology Learning Activities ( TLA s) 8.1 A 7,8 B3 9.1 B1,3,4 9.2 A4 B3 D2,4,5 F1,2,3,4,5

5 TOPIC: Infusing the Visual and Performing Arts through Digital Media GOAL: Students will be able to identify and critique the elements, principles and aesthetics of visual and performing art through the analysis and production of digital video 1. What are some of the more influential artists/photographers that have impacted society in a historical/cultural manner? 2. What are the elements and principles of design? 3. How can we critique and evaluate a work of art in a positive commentary? 4. What are copyright laws as they pertain to registered images and appropriate use? 5. How can we create a digital image inspired by a traditional artist, technique, or style using either 2D or 3D software? 6. What is your personal philosophy on the meaning and cultural messages found in works of art? 7. How can you create a report that identifies the aesthetics of an inspirational work of art as well as your personal digital creations? NJCCCS 1. recognize historical artists and/or photographers and the culture and society in which they worked. 2. understand the concept of aesthetics as it pertains to the visual arts 3. create a digital image inspired and influenced by the works of a historical artist or photographer. 4. identify the elements and principles of visual arts and design. 5. compare, contrast, summarize and reflect through a succinct critique of an artist, a student piece, and the inspiration for the students interpretation and creation. 6. use the internet for research of artists, styles, and subject matter. 7. use 3D and/or 2D imaging software for digital interpretation. 8. use word processing and/or presentation software for critique and report. Review of principles of design: balance, harmony, unity, emphasis, proportion, and rhythm Review elements of design: color, line, shape, form, texture, and space Overview of photographic and painting techniques Overview of post-production editing from 3D software to 2D software. Use of digital software to imitate traditional artistic effects Digital creation of an image based on a historical artistic piece or style Technology Learning Activities ( TLA s) 1.1 A,B 1.2 D 1.3 D 1.4 A,B 1.5 A,B 8.1 A 7,8 B3 9.1 B1,3,4 9.2 A4 B3 D2,4,5 F1,2,3,4, 5

6 TOPIC: Video Pre-Production Concepts and Techniques GOAL: To demonstrate mastery of the basic concepts and techniques of digital video pre-production through project-based learning 1. What is pre-production and why is it important? 2. What are the components of program development? 3. What is the purpose of a storyboard and how is it created? 4. What are treatments and scripts and how are they used? 5. What is the difference between cast & crew? 6. What preparations are necessary before videotaping begins? NJCCCS The student will : 1. Define the elements of preproduction 2. List the preparations necessary before filming begins. 3. Analyze existing video or film for pre-production decisions that might have been made 4. Develop a program concept 5. Write a simple treatment for a short video program 6. Develop a storyboard illustrating the program sequence of their script 7. Prepare a production document of cast, crew, props, location, equipment, logistics and time needed for the production they scripted and storyboarded Pre-production terminology and concepts: Programs, treatments, concepts, scripts, storyboards, cast, crew, location, props, lighting, budget Activities ( TLA s) 8.1A 8 8.1B 2,4,6 8.2A 2,3 8.2 B 2,3 9.1 A2,5 9.1 B 1,3,4 9.2 A B 2,4 9.2 D 3,4,5 9.2 F 3,4,5

7 TOPIC: Video Production Concepts and Techniques GOAL: To demonstrate mastery of the basic concepts and techniques of DIGITAL VIDEO AND MULTIMEDIA through project-based learning 1.How do you obtain, capture or rip existing video from a source? 2. How do you operate a basic video camera and accessories? 3. How do you download video footage from a camera into a digital editing program? 4. What are the major lights used in video? 5. What are the basic principles of lighting design and how are they applied in shooting situations? 6. What are the various types of sound recording for video production? 7. What are some techniques for recording audio? NJCCCS 1. Demonstrate the ability to capture video from existing sources 2. Demonstrate the ability to operate a video camera 3. Define the major types of lighting used in video production 4. Demonstrate the ability to set up lights according to basic lighting principles 5. Identify the various types of recording used in video production 6. Set up and operate audio recording equipment for use in production Terminology and concepts relating to digital video production: Video capture software Video editing software Digital Camera and related accessories Video lighting techniques, lights and related accessories Audio recording equipment and software Activities ( TLA s) 1.4 A 1,2,3 1.5 A1-3 B1,2 1.6 D D1,2 1.8 A1,2 8.1 A5-9 B 2,4,9,11, A2,5 B3,4 9.2 C2 D3-5 F3-5

8 TOPIC: Video Post-Production Concepts and Techniques GOAL: To demonstrate mastery of the basic concepts and techniques of digital video post-production through project-based learning 1. What are the basic tools, concepts and menus of digital video software? 2. How do you set up a project in video editing software? 3. How do you apply transitions between shots? 4. How do you change the properties of a clip? 5. How do you add filters to a clip? 6. How do you add video effects to a clip? 7. How do you use multiple tracks for audio and video editing? 8. What is compositing and how is it done? 9. How do you apply alpha keys, mattes, split screens and other special techniques? 10. What is a title sequence and how is it created? 11. What are the file compression formats used in digital video? NJCCCS Demonstrate mastery of the basic tools and techniques of video editing software. Terminology and concepts relating to digital video production: Video editing software Digital Camera and related accessories Video lighting techniques, lights and related accessories Audio recording equipment and software Activities ( TLA s) 1.4 A 1,2,3 1.9 A1-3 B1, D D1, A1,2 8.1 A5-9 B 2,4,9,11, A2,5 B3,4 9.2 C2 D3-5 F3-5

9 TOPIC: 3D Concepts and Techniques GOAL: To understand the fundamental concepts, terminology and techniques of 3-Dimensional modeling and animation 1. How are 3D models used in animation, video and filmmaking? 2. What is XYZ coordinate space? 3. What are the major types of 3D models? 4. What are 3D surface materials? 5. How do you use lighting techniques in 3D space? 6. What is rendering and how can one adjust the quality of the final rendered image? 7. How is a storyboard used in preparation for an animation project? 8. How is a virtual camera animated through XYZ coordinate space? 9. How are objects animated through XYZ space? 10. How are motion paths and keyframes used in 3D animation? 11. How can post-production audio and video editing techniques be used to create a finished movie from a 3D animation sequence? NJCCCS 1. Create and manipulate various types of 3D models within XYZ coordinate space. 2. Import and/or modify 3D models into an existing 3D graphics file. 3. Create and/or modify surface materials applied to 3D objects. 4. Create and/or modify virtual lighting within 3D space. 5. Change the observational viewpoint within a 3D environment. 6. Render a completed 3D graphic file. 7. Move both 3D models and virtual cameras through XYZ coordinate space. 8. Create keyframe and 3D motion path animations. 9. Use post-production audio and video editing software to enhance the final 3D animation. 3D terminology and concepts Create and modification of 3D primitive objects Creation and modification of 3D spline and NURBS objects Major tools and techniques of 3D software Movement of a virtual camera through XYZ coordinate space Movement of 3D models through XYZ coordinate space Keyframe animation of 3d models Animation along a 3D path Animation of light and other effects within a 3D world Video and audio postproduction techniques applied to animation sequences Activities ( TLA s) 8.1 B3,4,9, 11, B 1-3,6 C2 9.1 A 3,5 B 2,3,4 9.2 A1-5 F4,5

10 TOPIC: Using Multimedia in Video Production GOAL: To understand and apply the concepts, terminology and techniques of multimedia as used in conjunction with video production 1 What is multimedia and how can it be used to create and enhance video production? 2 How can multiple sources of video, audio, 2D animation, 3D animation be combined and edited into a single file? 3 What software can be used to create multimedia video? 4 How are still images edited and incorporated into video production? 5 How is 2D animation produced and incorporated into video production? 6 What is rotoscoping and how can it be used in video production? 7 What are the techniques of stop-motion animation? NJCCCS for 1. Define multimedia as it is used in video production 2. Demonstrate the ability to combine multiple file types and sources into a single video project. 3. Demonstrate mastery of multimedia production software, including but not limited to: 2D animation, special effects, audio editing and image editing software. 4. Define rotoscoping and produce footage that demonstrates competence in this technique. 5. Define stop-motion animation and produce footage that demonstrates competence in this technique. Terminology specific to each form of multimedia in this unit. Multimedia software tools and techniques for the production of: * Images * Audio 2D animation Rotoscoping Stop-motion animation Activities ( TLA s) 1.1 A1-3 B1,2 1.2 D D1,2 1.4 A 1,2,3 1.4 A1,2 8.1 A5-9 B 2,4,9,11, A2,5 B3,4 9.2 C2 D3-5 F3-5

11 TOPIC: Digital Video Portfolio GOAL: Students create a digital portfolio of the multimedia works completed in the course. 1. What multimedia techniques and concepts have you learned through the course of this year? 2. How can you store this body of work for personal and academic presentations? 3. What formats are available for multimedia file storage and back-up? 4. How can you create an interactive digital portfolio? 5. How can this digital portfolio be used for academic, pre-professional and personal purposes? NJCCCS for 1. organize multimedia files created throughout the course in preparation for final media storage. 2. create permanent recordings of their multimedia projects using multiple file storage formats (such as DVD, CD or other available formats). 3. assess his or her personal accomplishments in multimedia creation and software skills. Terminology and concepts related to permanent media storage. Major tools and techniques of media storage software and/or related media storage devices. Activity 8.1 A 1,5, 6,7 B 1,3,4, 9,11, B 1-3,6 C2 9.1 A 3,5 B 2,3,4 9.2 A 1-5 B 2 C 2 F1,4,5

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