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Instructional Applications

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Preparation

  • Determine your equipment needs
  • Gather materials and equipment ahead of time
  • Test all equipment to ensure it's working properly
  • Charge all batteries and spares
  • Create all scripts and storyboards
  • Train students on the use of all equipment they will be handling 

 

Equipment Needed

Rubric

Interview  

Camera

Tripod

Battery

Memory Card (if recording on camcorder)

Handheld Microphone

 

InterviewRubric.doc

Skit/Short Play  

Camera

Tripod

Battery

Memory Card (if recording on camcorder

SkitRubric.doc

Documentary Subject  

Camera

Tripod

Battery

Memory Card (if recording on camcorder

DocumentaryRubric.doc

PSA (Public Service Announcement)  

Camera

Tripod

Battery

Memory Card (if recording on camcorder)

PSARubric.doc

School News 

Camera 

Tripod

Battery

Memory Card (if recording on camcorder)

Microphones (Handheld or wireless)

Studio Lights

RubricNewscast.doc

 

 

Additional Opportunities for Filming

 

There are many opportunities that you can use either your Flip Cam or your cellphone to record activities and present them to an individual class, group of teachers or the entire school.

  • take the camera on field trips to record experiences

  • share with those who weren’t able to go

  • have students record comments to narrate the video

  • interview students, staff, and parents about special events

  •  record student performances to share with other classes

  • plays, skits, songs, poetry, dances, reader’s theater, music

  • record student presentations

  • record science experiments/demonstrations

  • students teaching or modeling what they have learned

  • reenactments of historical events

  • weekly class updates (like a newscast)

  • school tours for new students and their families

  • Students can read to the video camera to see their own fluency

  • make commercials for school store, field trips, fundraisers, school events

  • play on broadcast or put on school/PTA website

 

 

 Additional Resources

 

Footage Log.xls

8panel_Storyboard.doc

script_template.doc

News_Cast_Interview_Template (1).docx

Video Production Lesson Plan Template.docx

storyboard-2(1).pdf

Sample_News_Cast_Interview_Babe_Ruth.docx

News_Cast_Interview_Template.docx

Document 3a_Video Production Sample Script Template 3rd Grade Invention Convention.docx

Document 3_Video Production Script Template.docx

Document 2a_Video Production Lesson Plan Sample.docx

callsheet.pdf

Book_Review_Script_Blank_Elementary.docx

Document 1_Guiding Questions.docx

 

 

 

 

 

Works Cited:

Storyboard Creator | Comic Strip Maker | Graphic Organizer." Storyboard That. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 June 2016.

"Using Critical Thinking to Find Trustworthy Websites." Teaching Channel. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 June 2016.

"What Makes a Story Newsworthy?" What Makes a Story Newsworthy? N.p., n.d. Web. 21 June 2016.

"Engaging Students in Academic Literacies." (2014): n. pag. Tech & Learning, 9 Dec. 2009. Web. 20 June 2016.

"Kids' Vid: Video Production for Students." Kids' Vid: Video Production for Students. ALTEC at the University of Kansas, 

     2009. Web. 22 June 2016.

Public, Seminole County, Schools, 400 East Lake Mary Boulevard, and Fl 32773 Sanford. "Lesson Plans Video Production 

     Curriculum."Information Services DepartmentLesson Plans For Elementary Schools (K-5) (n.d.): n. pag. Seminole 

     County Public Schools Video Production Curriculum. Seminole County Public Schools. Web. 22 June 2016.

"Thread: *One* More Week to Go!" *One* More Week to Go!VBullettsolutions.com, 2014. Web. 22 June 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

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