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1 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILLIAMSTOWN, NEW JERSEY Williamstown Middle School Digital Media and Technology Grade 8 September 2010 Written by: Michael Spano Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction Lesley McGiboney

2 Monroe Township Public Schools Williamstown, New Jersey Philosophy of Education The administration, faculty, and staff of Monroe Township Public Schools, in cooperation with parent and the community, and with active participation of the students, are committed to viewing each other as individuals, respecting each person s uniqueness, and setting high expectations for all students. The school system will assist each student to become a contributing member of our society by providing a learning environment that is responsive to the needs of the individual student, community, and changing society by providing a learning environment that nurtures values and morals. This environment will be conducive to acquisition of knowledge, as well as to the development of problem solving, critical thinking, and organizational skills. We will provide a learning environment that is responsive to the needs of the individual student, community, and changing society. We will aid our students in developing responsible behavior, a positive attitude toward themselves and others, the necessary life skills to become productive citizens and lifetime learners. We accept the challenge and responsibility of accomplishing these goals. Revised: August,

3 Williamstown Middle School Williamstown, New Jersey Mission Statement The administration, faculty, and staff of Williamstown Middle School, in cooperation with parents and the community, and with the active participation of the students, are committed to viewing each other as individuals, respecting each person s uniqueness, and setting high expectations for all students. Through an interdisciplinary approach we will aid our students in developing responsible behavior, a positive attitude toward themselves and others, and the necessary life skills to become productive citizens in our changing society. We accept the challenge and responsibility of accomplishing these goals. Williamstown Middle School Education Life s Preparation 3

4 Monroe Township Public Schools Williamstown, New Jersey Curriculum Philosophy Monroe Township Public Schools offer all students access to curricula that addresses the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards to provide for differentiation in meeting the needs of a variety of learners. All students identified as Special Needs and English language Learners are provided with instruction that will meet the needs as identified in their individual educational plan or as established through the utilization of content area benchmark assessments. Our goal, as a district, is to provide students with the skills necessary to meet the rigor of a selected career in the 21 st century. August

5 Williamstown Middle School Williamstown, New Jersey COURSE ORGANIZATION Digital Media and Technology LENGTH OF TIME: 6 Weeks (1 Cycle) NUMBER OF PERIODS PER WEEK 5 PREREQUISITES: None ELECTIVE OR REQUIRED: Elective PURPOSE STATEMENT Offered as a six week cycle class for 8th grade students, Digital Media and Technology will combine the students creative mind and technology. As an introduction to television studio and field production, this course will allow students to explore the technical and aesthetic concepts involved to creating a successful media production. Television and video production is a time sensitive activity and demands working knowledge of state-of-the-art electronics. Students will develop skill through a series of in-class group and individual exercises utilizing video and digital cameras, laptop and/or workstation computers, projectors and televisions as well as teleprompting/video editing software. The students will be exposed to the various aspects of the video production field such as preproduction, video production structure and aesthetic principles, basic studio and electronic field production lighting and audio techniques as well as basic fundamental editing concepts, conventions and styles. 5

6 Scope and Sequence: Digital Media and Techniques Grade 8 1. Demonstrate proper studio procedures and safety regulations 2. Demonstrate pre-planning skills and techniques 3. Effective use of tools, equipment, media, technical and creative processes 4. Demonstrate skill in observation and concentration 5. Demonstrate the appropriate use of time in the completion of assignments 6. Create animated multimedia presentations including sound and images 7. Demonstrate knowledge of online video publishing using a web-based service 8. Access and edit materials from a disk, cassette or DVD for use in original productions 9. Summarize fair use and Creative Commons guidelines in reference to digital video and information production 10. Work in collaboration with peers to create an original production 11. Experiment using a variety of skills, techniques, media and procedures 12. Develop an awareness for careers in the digital media field (both technical and aesthetic) 13. Recognize both social and cultural themes and how they affect the feeling in a production 14. Explore past and present art forms 15. Understand the motive for making animated features 16. Use proper technology, art/design and digital media terminology 17. Support constructive criticism (both taking and giving) 18. Learn to respect others work ethic, expression of themselves and aesthetic ways of thinking 6

7 Monroe Township Public Schools Curriculum Guide Overview Essential Questions Course Name: Digital Media and Technology New Jersey CCCS Corresponding Essential Question(s) 1.1, 1.3, 8.1, 8.2 How are visual and performing arts skills used to help us adapt to an ever-changing technological world, and to construct suitable creative expressions of this world in dance, theater, music and visual arts? 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 8.1, 8.2, 9.1 How can I interpret and communicate a message through digital media? 1.2, 1.4, 8.1, 9.1 Can a particular art work or production be interpreted differently by multiple viewers? Why? 1.1, 1.3 How do we use the elements and principles of art and design in the creation and response of digital media art? 1.2, 8.1 How has digital media evolved? 1.3, 1.4, 8.1 Why is it important to have knowledge of the hardware we use, not just the software installed on it? 7

8 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 1 Student will demonstrate knowledge of: How art skills can affect the way we use and develop technology. Essential Question: How are visual and performing arts skills used to help us adapt to an ever-changing technological world, and to construct suitable creative expressions of this world in dance, theater, music and visual arts? Content Standard CPI A E G C D.6 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Students are able to use equipment to create a logical and understandable video production complete with audio and images (animated and still) Students will collaborate with peers to produce and publish a digital media production from the brainstorming stage to completed product. Students will demonstrate how a production could have been created without the technology we have today though written word or examples. Identify the different areas of responsibility and the technology required for the position. Explain and identify tools that effect decisions we make in the creation process of digital media. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 8

9 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 2 Student will demonstrate knowledge of: Storyboard creation and the use of literary devices (ie, metaphor, analogy etc) in digital media. Essential Question: How can I interpret and communicate a message through digital media? Content Standard CPI A E E D C.2 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Students will use the appropriate video editing program in the creation of digital media and video. Other text editing tool will be used in the creation of comment text. Use reliable internet resources to research information on a given topic. Students will determine a way to introduce the viewer to information in a way that everyone can gain the same perspective message. Create works that utilize the elements and principles of art and explain how their specific uses can change the mood or emotion of the work. Tell a scripted or improvised story through believable multidimensional characters using various vocal skills and acting techniques. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 9

10 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 2 Student will demonstrate knowledge of: Storyboard creation and the use of literary devices (ie, metaphor, analogy etc) in digital media. Essential Question: How can I interpret and communicate a message through digital media? Content Standard CPI D D A.1-7 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Use the various Principles of Design to enhance the expression of their creative idea. Use technology such as a computer, digital camera and camcorder to create a digital video. Observe, identify, compare, interpret, and analyze all artforms in relation to storytelling. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 10

11 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 3 Students will demonstrate knowledge of: keeping in mind the effects of the mind s eye and public perspective when creating imagery for a particular target audience or multiple target audiences. Essential Question: Can a particular art work or production be interpreted differently by multiple viewers? Why? Content Standard CPI D B.1, A A.5 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Research and review the biased nature of events, both controversial and informative Create digital works that take into account multiple solutions to a problem and assess data gathered to the solutions. Analyze how artists in the past and media today can impact our culture and beliefs. Students will explain/describe their own interpretation in works of dance, music, theatre and visual art using content appropriate vocabulary. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 11

12 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 4 Student will demonstrate knowledge of: the elements and principles of art and design and how they affect the aesthetic quality of digital media Essential Question: How do people use the elements and principles of art and design in the creation and response of digital media art? Content Standard CPI D.1, D.1 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Students will compare/contrast and describe how the use of the elements and principles of art/design can cross different times and cultures as a universal language. Students will show knowledge of the principles of art/design by utilizing the elements through principles such as balance, harmony, unity, emphasis, etc to enhance the expression and feeling being portrayed in their work. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 12

13 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 5 Student will demonstrate knowledge of: the history of the production of media and how technology has made it easier and/or harder to produce. Essential Question: How has digital media evolved? Content Standard CPI A E A A A.3 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Students will create an interesting work using multiple medias and compare the creation process to that of the work artists in the past. Students will explain how information was gathered in the past and compare it to how we gain information today. Describe historical innovations in the media that were caused by the creation of new technologies Compare past and contemporary media works the represent a similar idea, issue and/or event. Explore the social, historical and political impact of media artists and the impact of culture through time. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 13

14 MONROE TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Focus Topic # 6 Student will demonstrate knowledge of: the function and parts of a digital camera/camcorder, computer and other tools used in the creation of video production and digital media. Essential Question: Why is it important to have knowledge of the hardware we use, not just the software installed on it? Content Standard CPI A A D D B.1 Established Goals Content Objectives Measurable Skills Create a media work using the proper tools and digital resources. Use correct hardware to aid in the creation of short original choreographic compositions. Determine what hardware is needed to complete a visual task. Reproduce the properties, processes and techniques for a media work in multiple media including digital. Students will critique each other based on the aesthetic quality, content and the use of proper hardware for the effect they are trying to portray. Instructional Strategies & Performance Tasks Measurable Performance Assessments & Resources Evidence 1. Problem Based Learning 9. Reading 1. Multiple Choice 9. Self-Assessment 1. Textbooks 2. Teacher Directed 10. Application 2. Essay 10. Class Survey 2. Technology Software 3. Study Groups 11. Lab (report) 3. Fill-In-Blanks 11. Rubrics 3. Technology Hardware 4. Technology 12. Homework 4. Academic Prompts 12. Reflective Discussion 4. Graphic Organizers 5. Demonstration 13. Field Trip 5. Writing Samples 13. Performance Tasks 5. AVA/Video 6. Cooperative Groups 14. Projects 6. Lab Report 14. Teacher Observation 6. Primary Sources 7. Literature Circles 15. Other (explain) 7. Problem Solving 15. Portfolio 7. Resource People 8. Participation & Discussion 8. Oral Presentation 16. Other (explain) 8. Internet Resources 14

15 APPENDIX 15

16 Flip Books Another Way to think about story boards and apply movement to them is to create a flip book. Your assignment is to draw one. You can choose from almost any topic, but keep drawings simple as they will flip by very fast. Use subject like a person raising his or her arm, a ball bouncing, or a volcano erupting. Stick people are OK. Draw pictures in this order: the first and last picture the middle picture the remaining pictures You will make two versions of your flip book: a practice version a final version On both versions, keep drawings on the bottom half of the page, as the top will be stapled together and anything above the centre-line will not be visible. 16

17 Example Rubric: How-to Directions Analytical Student Scoring Guide Preparation Process Content Knowledge Format Structure Exemplar Not Quite Exemplar Developed Not Quite Developed Limited Extensive preparation task. (e.g., story boarding, outlining, & note taking) At least one preparation task Target audience Target audience is implied All essential steps included Directions clear and concise Information entirely author s own Author s style compelling, original and fresh Sources of information well documented Most essential steps included Directions reasonably clear but not always concise Portions of information author s own No preparation tasks evident Target audience not identified Some essential steps weak or missing Directions neither clear nor concise Majority of information not in author s own words. Citations not acknowledge. Author s style clear Author s style weak or missing Sources of information mostly documented Documentation of information sources weak or missing 17

18 Example Resource: HOME >>> Computers and Technology What is Digital Media By Derek Rogers* Article Word County: 574 {View Summary} Comments (0) Ads by Google Internet Mktg Certificate Learn E Commerce, SEO, SEM, Media & Much More. 100% Online Free Info: 15% Off Logo Design Available to all new clients Ask about our Startup Packages Birmingham Web Design Birmingham Web Site Design Web Development & Social Marketing You may have heard of digital media, but you may have no idea what it is and how it can help you out when it comes to marketing. It s definitely important that you get up to speed so you can use this to benefit your business. Basically digital media refers to any type of electronic media out there. Today media can be accessed in many ways, including with hand held devices like mobile phones, laptops, desktops, mp3 players, and more. Digital media must be stored in an electronic way, so there is a lot of digital content on the internet today, including text content, pictures, audio content, as well as video content. Through the history of internet, digital media has been developing in various ways. Here we ll take a look at how it has affected the Internet and ways that it may be integrated moving forward. One type of digital media is text; this in fact represented the very first explosion of this type of content out there on the Internet. When the Internet first got big, there was an explosion of content on the web, especially with all the text editors and word processing options out there today. Larger companies started to put data on computers instead of storing g it in cabinets and the internet definitely allowed a great way to share, transfer, and store content as well. As the Internet grew, images began to appear. Instead of jest text s, soon people could send photos, and soon photo sites for sharing photos began to pop up. Then in the middle 1990 s, audio began to become an important part of digital media with the mp3 files that could be easily used. 18

19 Soon music and more was shared online with sites that allowed you to share audio. Last in the digital media development was video. YouTube definitely made video sharing a hugely popular form of modern media distribution and this is continuing to grow as we speak today. Now with new technology seen in things like the iphone, this new form of virtual media is available in handheld devices as well, and no doubt this sector is only going to continue to grow in the future. Now that you understand a bit more about the technology side, you may be wondering how it can help your business. Well businesses are using digital media for marketing more and more today, realigning that there is a huge marketing field out there and that it can help to draw in visitors and can even provide better search engine visibility with you. Text content can be kept updated on your site and helpful content is a great part of good marketing. Expertise in your field can really help your business and get traffic flowing into your business website. Photos, charts, diagrams, and models are always popular online and will help you to get more visibility as well. Audio allows you to use music on pages or to do podcasts for your business. Creating videos is a popular method of digital media marketing today, and videos do very well in search engines. With the popularity of digital media, it is definitely important that you continue to create and use it for good marketing and business results. Even if you have to hire someone to help out, the benefits will make it worth the money. So knowing about using digital media is definitely important for your business success today. Derek Rogers is a freelance writer who represents a number of UK businesses. For the very best in Online Advertising he recommends Hampshirebased Studio Republic. 19

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