1 Engaging Students in Video Production and Movie Making in the classroom December 9, pm PST / 4 pm EST
2 Introductions Moderator: Gwen Solomon, Web Editor Tech & Learning Custom Projects Shari Sentlowitz National Education Marketing Manager Sony, Broadcast and Professional
3 Introduction Agenda What is a Video Project? Who? Why Use Video in the Classroom? Where to Use Video in the Classroom. Tools and Steps To Using Video in the Classroom Tips Resources Programs
4 Polling Question #1 What is your biggest challenge with integrating technology such as video production into your classroom, school, or district? A. Inadequate technology infrastructure. B. Knowing what product to buy and getting the right training C. Lack of Funds D. Lack of support from curriculum decision makers
5 Shari Sentlowitz National Education Marketing Manager Sony, Broadcast and Professional
6 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom INTRO
7 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom WHAT?
8 What Does Creating a Video Mean? Creating a video is telling a story. It is a classroom project. It can combine different media (video, audio, still images) There are many steps in creating a video. The opportunity to involve each and every student. A video doesn t just start with picking up a camera. It is a process that is thought out and planned far before the camera is turned on.
9 Who Makes The Video? FULL CLASS INVOLEMENT That means Teachers and Students Teacher acts as a facilitator and guide. Students do the work.
10 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom WHY?
11 I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. -Confucius
12 Tell me and I forget. Teach me and remember. Involve me and I learn. -Benjamin Franklin
13 Reasons to have your students create videos: 1. Students will retain what they learn. 2. Helps students better express their deepest understanding of core classroom content. 3. Promotes creativity. 4. Students will be engaged in their learning. Use the appeal of technology and media to engage students and help them learn
14 Reasons to have your students create videos: 5. Students will practice real-life skills: Planning & Organization Time management Cooperative learning Communication Technology skills Problem solving Information synthesizing Leadership & followership 6. Speaking, writing, reading, listening and math skills are all utilized.
15 Reasons to have your students create videos: 7. Forces students to think at a higher level. Students sew the information together in an organized way that forces students to think about the entire body of information 8. Students will improve their technology skills. 9. Helps to develop problem-solving skills. 10.Video is the Professional Language of the Future 11.Its fun!
16 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom WHERE TO USE VIDEO
17 Where to Use Video Social Studies Civic Documentaries. Focus on a past event and ask the children to produce a short documentary. Current Events/Social Questions. Video reenactment of historical events, time periods. Video speeches or law interpretations, etc. Video debates. Biographies of historical figures. Create a TV election ad Travel Channel Game Show
18 Where to Use Video English/Language Arts Visual interpretation of a poem or other literary work Students write their own story and then produce it. Reenactment of a classic literary work. How to Video. Improve speaking and performance skills, help with learning English. Book Commercial Students create a video persuading the class to buy and read a specific book the student has read.
19 Where to Use Video Science Video science processes in nature such as the growth of a plant, birth of small animals, hatching of chicks. Video science data to show the evidence of change over time. Create a video about a specific lesson such as air and weather. Video a Lab. Record events under the microscope. Students design, carry-out experiments on camera to solve a problem or demonstrate a known phenomenon such as gravity
20 Where to Use Video Math Have students create videos that teach a concept or how to solve a problem. Collect data from sports and other real world activities to learn mathematics. Explain a formula.
21 Where to Use Video Foreign Language Create an ad or commercial in another language. Create a newscast in another language.
22 Where to Use Video ART Biography of a famous Artist. Reenactment of the artist. Report on an artistic style Portfolio of work. Art Sale Video
23 Where to Use Video Physical Education/Health Students create how to videos to demonstrate a technique. Explain rules of sport. Video Biography on favorite sport team or sports star. Sports Cast Video to show importance of eating well and exercising.
24 Where to Use Video Music Streaming performance videos and original music compositions for publication on the school's Web site. Classical music video Proper fingering techniques Performance critique
25 Where to Use Video Miscellaneous Public service announcements and life skills. Daily announcements and news casts. School TV Programs Advertisements Virtual Tour of School Video Yearbooks on DVD Enhance the School Website Highlight Reels Record School plays and events.
26 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom TOOLS AND THE BASICS STEPS
27 Tools to Get Started Hardware Digital Video Camera Microphones Computers with internal or external video/audio Software Video editing software Word processing software Image editing software Internet access
28 Sony HDV Video Cameras
29 HVR-HD1000U - Digital High Definition HDV Shoulder Mount Camcorder Applications: Videos Integrated in school curriculum Capturing school events Plays, talent shows, award ceremonies Special Guests Multi media projects Yearbook photos Format: HDV 1080i and DV SP/LP recording and playback. Key Features: Captures HD Video AND still images 6.1 M still image capture 10X Optical / 20X Digital Zoom Pro Style Shoulder Mount Optical Image Stabilizer Stereo Shotgun ext. Mic.
30 VIDEO RECORDING BASICS To make a video recording to use in the classroom, you need: Video Camera BEST: Video Camera with ability to take digital stills. Plug and Play Record your video on the camera, plug in to the computer, transfer your completed video file Cable to connect camera to display (TV, or Monitor) Computer Video Editing Software or web editing
31 Video Editing Software Packages Sony Vegas imovie (MAC) Pinnacle Systems Studio DV Pinnacle Systems Avid Liquid Pinnacle Systems Dazzle Windows Movie Maker Adobe Premiere Avid FreeDV Cyberlink s PowerDirector Unlead VideoStudio Roxio VideoWave Unlead DVDMovie FactoryCyberlink s Power Producer Sonic MyDVD WinDVD Creator
32 Web Based Editing Web-based editing Web-based movies, auto-editing
33 Steps to Create a Video PRE-PRODUCTION 1. Come up with a topic/idea Brainstorm 2. Planning and Rubric What will happen? Know what you want for the end project. Who will do what - Accountability 3. Storyboarding-/Scripting Sketch out scenes that the video project will have.
34 Steps to Create a Video PRE-PRODUCTION 3. Writing and Scripting 4. Storyboard Sketch out scenes that the video project will have indicate visuals and audio.
35 Steps to Create a Video 5. Sets/Props and Costumes Planning the place/ backgrounds the video will be shot at. Making sure there is enough light and free of background noise. Creating Costumes 6. Practicing lines Actors /students need to know their lines. Create Cue Cards if needed 7. Production- SHOOT SHOOT SHOOT
36 Steps to Create a Video 8. Editing and Post Production- Use editing software to: Putting the scenes together Add Music, edit sound, Add special effects Add credits 9. Sharing Uploading to a website Create a DVD Show at an assembly Add to class website.
37 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom TIPS
38 Use a tripod Various angles Filming/Shooting Tips Be creative 5 + clip + 5 Film 5 seconds before and after what you actually want to film Rehearse before filming Do not read lines Use Cue Cards
39 Tips for Getting the Best Sound Use an external microphone if your camera does not have s strong built in mic. Use the wind screen when filming outside Avoid background noise
40 Lighting Tips Avoid filming in the shade or partial light Light in front of subject Lighting behind will cause faces to be dark To achieve the best lighting also film a test shot.
41 Editing: Tips on Adding Text Display credit, titles, subtitles long enough to be read Keep away from edges of the video/screen Always use a font that is easy to read
42 Editing : Sound Tips Keep sound at same volume through out the video. Make sure voice-overs are not too loud. Avoid harsh sounds. Add music under voice.
43 Rule of Thirds It s not tic-tac-toe Avoid the middle Use the intersections
44 Rule of Thirds
45 Video Production and Movie Making In the Classroom RESOURCES
46 CONTACT: FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EXAMPLES
47 Sound Resources
48 USING THE INTERNET AS A RESOURCE YouTube Teacher Tube Zamzar
49 Education Programs What Education Programs Does Sony Have?
50 @ By purchasing Sony Products For Sony Products
59 Today s Webinar Shari Sentlowitz National Education Marketing Manager Sony, Broadcast and Professional
60 Polling Question #2 When do you intend to integrate video production into your K-12 curriculum? A.We currently use video production. B.We will purchase a solution in the next month. C.We will purchase a solution this school year. D.We don't know.
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