Making a Video Year Six

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1 Making a Video Year Six Unit Overview This children introduces the idea of using photos and videos within a multimedia presentation. Children will cover: - Using a digital camera to take photographs and record videos. - Editing photographs and videos ready for use. - Combining photographs and videos within a video presentation. - Adding effects, transitions, titles and music. - Embedding a video clip into a blog post. Expectations Curriculum Links Prior Skills Children will be able to combine photographs, video, music and titles / effects into a finished piece of video documenting an aspect of school life. They will be able present this video within their class blog. This unit is a re-write of a unit that has been in Year 6 for a few years. It has been specifically linked to the idea of BWJS memories in the past, as a way of looking back over children s time at the school, but this does not need to be the case. Children will have had some experience of using the digital cameras to take photographs before, and many of them will have used similar devices to record videos in the past. They will have had experience of editing photographs in Year 3, and experience of finding and downloading musical accompaniments for their work in Year 5. Software Used Microsoft Picture Manager Microsoft Movie Maker (Audio Network -

2 Making a Video Year Six Assessment Strands Relevant to this Unit IT Understand that you need a username and password to log on to an ICT system. Understand that your username and password is private. Be able to log on to an ICT system independently. Understand that ICT communications must be used appropriately. Save files to a specific location. Create a folder Understand that passwords should be difficult to guess. Understand how to use ICT communications appropriately. Report inappropriate use of ICT communications. Copy or move files to new locations and rename them. Transfer files from a device to a computer. Understand that passwords can be made of numbers, letters and symbols. Create your own online account. Independently organise files. Transfer files from a device to a computer in an organised way. Digital Art Take a photo with a digital camera. Draw a picture using brush tools, colours and simple shapes. Edit a photographic image before use. Copy and paste parts of an image for effect where appropriate. Use 3D elements in artwork. Resize images when necessary. Combine techniques and effects within images. Group and ungroup objects or elements.

3 Animation & Video Record a piece of video on a digital camera. Make an on-screen character move. Trim a piece of video using a video editor. Combine pieces of video. Control more than one character in a piece of animation. Plan and produce a piece of animation. Use a range of transitions and effects between different pieces of video. Add backgrounds and other elements to a piece of animation. Evaluate and refine a piece of animation. Sound & Music Use a microphone to record speech. Trim the beginning and end of a recording. Combine samples to create a piece of music. Create a finished sound file from recorded or prerecorded elements. Combine more than one recording together in one Add music to a piece of recorded speech. Adjust the tempo and volume of a piece of composed music. Apply effects to alter the sound of an audio Make careful decisions about the mix of an audio Upload a sound file to a website or a blog. Compose a tune on a virtual instrument.

4 Making a Video Year Six Learning Objectives Key Skills Concepts Lesson Content - Plan a multimedia presentation using photos and videos. 1 - To plan a multimedia presentation. Introduce the topic you re going to create a short film about an aspect of BWJS. This video can contain photographs, video clips and music. This presentation needs to be planned before it is put together you need to decide what you want to include. Brainstorm some ideas as a class you might want to photograph different people or locations, you may want to film someone talking about a place around the school in that place, you might want to record some interview footage. Get into groups (for as many cameras as you have), and plan out some ideas on a storyboard. (These groups will need to gather footage together. Individuals within the group can then create their own film using the footage they capture.) Timing is everything in these sessions. If you are tying this unit to a specific event (like the Year 6 production), you ll need to do this planning before the event takes place, but you ll need enough time after the event to put your footage together). 2 - To take photos and videos for your presentation. - Take a photograph. - Record a video. - Use the zoom controls on the camera. When presenting photos or videos, you can only work with what you have. If your photo doesn t come out well, you can t necessarily go back for another go, so always take more footage than you need! In groups, gather the photos and video footage you want to collect. Encourage children to shoot more photos than they will need so they have a choice. Likewise, if they are recording interviews, etc, encourage them to record more than one version so they can pick the best take. Make sure everyone has a chance to use the cameras within this time. Before this session, collect together as many cameras as you can each class has one, so there should be plenty around. If you are looking to capture footage of something specific, it would make sense for you to take some photos and / or videos as well which you can then make available to anyone who wants them. Once the photos and videos have been taken, footage will need to be moved from the cameras to the Student Resources area of the network. Place each group s footage into ts own folder so it can be found easily.

5 3 - To prepare photos and videos for a presentation. - Edit photos in Microsoft Picture Editor. - Watch and select video clips. Show children where to find the footage taken by their group. Copy the folder to their My Documents folder so that they each have a personal copy. Give children time to sort their footage. If they have recorded different versions of the same video, choose the best and delete the others (remind children that the ends of video clips can be tidied up later). Delete unwanted photos and edit / compress wanted photos in Microsoft Picture Editor. (These are skills that children should have learned in Year 3 remind as appropriate). 4 - To create a timeline in Microsoft Movie Maker. - Import items into Microsoft Movie Maker. - Position items on a timeline in Windows Movie Maker. - Adjust the time that photos will spend on screen. - Trim video clips. - Fade the sound in a video clip in and out. - Talk about consent and permission it is possible that some of your footage includes children who do not have permission to be on the school website, etc. You ll need to choose whether to edit around these children, or create a video which needs to be kept private. Remind children of their plans from Session 1. It is now time to start assembling the project that will match this. Show children how to import photos into Movie Maker, and show them how to import video (virtually the same process). Children to place their photos and videos into the timeline. Show them how to trim clips and adjust lengths, and how to fade sound in and out of a video clip this can help to cover more abrupt editing. Tell children that they are able to deviate from their storyboard if their footage justifies this deviation the order of clips can be shuffled around in the timeline as required. 5 - To add visual embellishments to a Movie Maker - Add transitions to a Movie Maker - Add titles to a Movie Maker - Save a project as a video file. - Saving as a video file is what you do when you are finished. Your video file cannot be edited, but can be viewed children should be familiar with this idea now. Show children how to add transitions and titles to a movie maker Explain that children that transitions and titles can be removed and/or replaced if necessary. Some children may want to investigate video effects. These are fun, but they should be used with caution, as too many will make the movie look a mess. Remind children of the thinking they will have done about this issue when working in PowerPoint. Show children how to save their finished video files into a folder on Student Saves.

6 6 - To add additional music to a Movie Maker - Find and download appropriate music. - Add music to a Movie Maker - Adjust the length and volume of music as necessary. - Music used in this form needs to be chosen carefully due to copyright restrictions. Explain that we are going to add some music to our videos today. What limitations do we have? Why can we not use a copy of our favourite song? Direct children to the Audio Network website. Allow children time to listen, select and download some music. Show children how to add music to their project, and how to trim the length and adjust the volume as necessary. Do you want music all the time? Before the next session, these videos will need uploading to the school s youtube channel. Make sure each video has a name which the child can identify. The video can be kept as private within youtube, though you will need to make them public for the duration of the next lesson so children can find it. 7 - To publish your video to the school blog. - Embed a youtube video into a blog post. - Check for consent make sure footage of children is only uploaded if permission has been given for this. Direct children to the youtube channel that contains their videos. Show them how to find the embedding code, and how to put that code into a class blog post. Children to then write an explanation of their video to accompany it on the class blog. Allow children time to watch (and comment on) each other s videos. Once this process has been completed, change the video settings to private within youtube. This means that youtube users won t stumble across them, but the video will still play within the setting of the blog.

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