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Multimedia Presentations - Documentaries

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Devin scho

on 4 September 2012

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Transcript of Multimedia Presentations - Documentaries

Multimedia Projects for the Classroom Session 1: Documentary Films What elements do you notice in the next clip? Please write them down at your table. What elements did you notice? What educational value/opportunities can you identify? Is it necessary for every student to do the same thing? Think about your students for a moment... Can students take on different roles/jobs?
Can that be based on interest/passion/talent? The Process Topic Find a problem worth solving; a challenge worth taking on; a topic worth learning Immersion Research. Dive headfirst into the topic/problem/challenge. Find out as much as possible. Storyboard Plan it out. Many times this is done on paper and then hung up and referred back to as a reference. Interviews What questions do we have? Who might have the answers? Writing good questions. Script Perfect place for Google Docs. Great writing opportunity. Chance for inspiring, descriptive, authentic, narration. Visuals Creative types. Photography. Video. Graphics. Editing. What visuals will help tell the story? Audience Who is the intended audience? How do we know? Then what? Share our work: YouTube, Vimeo, DVD, PBS(?), Public Television (?), other classrooms... One of the best learning opportunities for students (and for you!) bit.ly/AFvGIx Shared Document
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