Documentary from youtube with the title of your film and 2 sentence description.
Post photographs of your team's storyboard
Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production photographs documenting your process for your Documentary.
B- Roll (First video)
Three-Point-Lighting (Three photographs using three-point lighting)
In this class, you will be introduced to all the programs and skills you need to create great videos
A video project once a month
Week 1: Planning
Week 2: Shooting
Week 3: Editing
Week 4: Fixing and publishing
Your grade will be determined by your digital portfolio (your website).
To earn the best grade possible your portfolio should show the following:
70% Assignments and projects: A good representation of your multimedia assignments and projects along with reflection about the assignments and what you learned in doing them.
20% Involvement: There are plenty of opportunities to become involved.
Here are a few:
get involved in a school broadcast or create your own show.
get involved with a school podcast or create your own.
Find a film being made and join the crew! Be an actor in a film. Every film needs good actors. Create your own film.
create and record music to be used in films, podcasts, broadcasts, etc.
the world runs on graphics. Create great graphics for yourself and others.
take pictures of school events, go out on photoshoots on the weekend, take pictures of your friends, take pictures at family events. Be a photographer!
Extra for doing extra: You will always get extra credit for doing extra. You will see it in the grade book. Some of you will have 120% and above in the class due to everything extra you do. Whatever you do, post about it on your website or somehow let me know you did it and I’ll be glad to give you extra. SLAM leadership, helpers at picnics and field trips, even Play actors and crew get extra.