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Technical Design

Transcript: A. Navigation and Usability B. Authorship C. Validity of Content Appropriate support materials are provided. Visual design is interesting/effective. Illustrations/visuals are effective/appropriate. Character size/typeface is appropriate. Packaging/design is suitable for the classroom. The resource makes effective use of various mediums. Digital Resources Content Content is current. Content is accurate. Scope (range) and depth of topics are appropriate to student needs. Material has significant Canadian content. The level of difficulty is appropriate for the intended audience. Content integrates “real-world” experiences. General Learning Resources: Considerations 10. Special needs 11. Ethical/legal issues 12. Language 13. Violence 14. Safety standards compliance-Consider Technical Design Volume and quality of sound are appropriate. Narration is effective . Music and sound effects are appropriate . Visual effects/transitions are used appropriately to highlight story and topic. English is not the first language Social Considerations Web Resources Language Visuals Evaluation and Selection of Learning Resources: A Guide Paragraph Structure Overall Structure Graphics/Illustrations Media Considerations Choosing digital learning resources that use technology effectively can present a different set of challenges for educators. Does this resource have significant added value or capability over a non-digital resource? Content – format – design Learning Resources should: support and be consistent with the local program be developed by competent authors of quality in factual content and presentation be appropriate for the subject area and for the age. ability level, learning styles, and social development have aesthetic, literary, and/or social value have a physical format General Learning Resources: Considerations Text Organization Reading comprehension is aided by tables of contents indexes glossaries chapter titles that match main idea identification of subtopics overviews or advance organizers summaries. Specific Evaluation Criteria Instructional Design Instructional prerequisites are stated. Opportunities are provided for different levels of instruction. Interaction promotes meaningful learning. Instructional Design The DVD/video extends upon students’ knowledge. Sequencing allows for appropriate contextual pauses in viewing. Adequate/appropriate pre- and post-viewing activities are suggested in the support materials. Special gifts and talents It’s the responsibility of all professional staff in the school For all its mystique, the Internet is just another medium to be understood. It does, however, require sharper critical thinking skills than other media, for the following reasons: The Internet is interactive, absorbing users in two-way communication. Its content is unregulated-few Canadian standards apply. Because it often lacks traditional editors or gatekeepers, all viewpoints appear to have equal weight. 4. Content chunking and sequencing are appropriate. 5. User navigation through program is appropriate. 6. Content depth is appropriate to target audience(s) Guiding Principles Any staff member, student, parent/legal guardian of a student or member of the community may question the appropriateness of learning resources used in a school’s educational program review the document annually. English is not the first language 6. Political bias 7. Regional bias 8. Multiculturalism (and anti-racism) 9. Aboriginal culture/roles General Learning Resources: Considerations The visual component becomes even more important. Considerations that educators should be aware of when evaluating DVDs/videos include variation in and length of presentation, age-appropriate narration, the provision of meaningful characters and situations, and opportunities for reflection. Another consideration in the evaluation of DVD/video programs is whether they are accompanied by a teacher’s guide. Digital Resources Specific Criteria Social considerations gender and sexual orientation. groups with a variety of ethnic backgrounds be designed to motivate students and staff. support/promote students’ self-esteem and respect for the self-esteem of others recognize the integration of students with special needs portray positive role models use language appropriate to the intended audience Assessment- evaluation Learning resources should: be supportive of continuous learning by the individual provide for both formative and summative assessment/ evaluation as appropriate be relevant to the needs of the student. DVD/Video Web Resources Specific Criteria General Learning Resources: Considerations Technical Design Instructional Design Print Vocabulary Sentence Structure Paragraph Structure Overall Structure Graphics/Illustrations Methodology Learning resources should: be activity-based rather than lecture-based draw students into group and co-operative learning promote hands-on activities encourage students to question, think, react, reflect. offer choice

Technical Presentation

Transcript: Shooting Dates (Outdoor): (Potential) Studio Set up 2 Indoor Set-up 1 (Aidan's house) We will carry portable lights and reflectors in case we need them, but most likely the daylight will be sufficient. Lots of focus pulls in the performance which we found interesting. Cuts between narrative/performance similarly to how we want to. Individual shots will be taken with both studio set-ups - LS, MS, MCU, CU (of faces and of instruments) Static shots of all types - WS of the band and individual closer shots. Outdoor Set-up 1/2 Camera movement Indoor Set-up 2 (Aidan's house) GoPro One shot at 0:25 that we might want. Shows singer as an inspirational figure Street wall Spotlights on individuals to minimise light hitting black curtain. Shooting dates (Studio): Studio Set up 1 The walls will have music/ drumming posters and there will be music magazines and boyish clothes scattered around the floor and bed. Again, we will use daylight and the street is nearby the first outdoor location. Sony V1E - we are filming indoors and outdoors. Desk Again infinite black. This will have papers and folders on it, with a noticeboard in front, also covered in papers (letters, notes etc.) Also Empty coffee cups (2/3). Acoustic guitar Electric guitar Drum kit Dolly Markers (for the floor) Microphone Official looking papers/letters Lots of stationery Rejection letters (to be made) Band audition poster (to be made) Music magazines Drumming posters Mobile phone Cup Visual references Camera Portable lights and reflectors if the lighting if the lamp on the desk is not enough. (Archway close to indoor location) The Defiance/Group 5 - Technical Presentation We plan to film takes of the song with: Bedroom Coloured spotlights (keeping consistent colours to previous set up) Lighting style at start, camera movements Saturday 9th November Sunday 17th November Saturday 23rd November This applies to full band shots, individual shots, and narrative. Street/ Lampost Infinite black background using the black curtain. - Tilts up and down - Arcing across - Zooms - Tracking Guitar shots/microphone movement shots. Not a very busy street, so filming will not be a problem. We will only use natural light here. Coloured back lights: (from left to right) - Blue for Daniel - Purple for Shobnam - Red for Aidan Friday 8th November Thursday 14th November Friday 15th November Wednesday 20th November Thursday 21st Novemeber Friday 22nd November Mise-en-scene Props list:

Technical design

Transcript: stage craft designing sets design When designing a set it's easy to get carried away with things as simple as a background. While designing the Romeo and Juliet stage set we went with just one background and one tower so to keep the budget relatively light (not really) materials materials When designing the background and tower were in concept we kept asking, "how will it stand up?" "how are we gonna make the background look like a whole different setting", so we came up with a rough draft of how we will build each section. -For the background it'll be sections of plywood painted and held backstage to give a general feeling of the time the story takes place -The tower at its basics be a raised platform with a wall in front with a window cutout to give the look of a tower with a room behind it budget for stage sets Budget Wood can be fairly cheep when you buy one or two pieces, but on a stage set the price of wood stacks up big time. What do you think the total lumber price for this set is? $100? $200? -Well if you guessed $1,088 you'll be right (not including tools or tax) As set designer you'll oversee designing and creating of sets that appear in films, plays, etc. Your role will involve working with and communicating with directors, producers, costume designers, and other members. Set designing for a living as a job A set designer oversees designing and creating the sets that appear in films, plays, etc. This role involves working with and communicating with directors, producers, costume designers, and other members. The time period of the piece Romeo and Juliet takes place in the 14 th century in Verona, Italy. The budget would be around $1,100. The equipment we would need would be 7- 4’x 8 and 14- 2”x4” of plywood, stairs, paint, paint brushes, screws, drills. The background would be 26.5 ft long and 8 feet tall, the tower would be 6ft by 3 ft which would have the panels at a 45-degree angle. The set which would be the background and the tower would not move at all. summary of stage design summary

Technical Design

Transcript: Technical Design Plotter .information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc., used as a basis for improvement the modification or control of a process or system by its results or effects, e.g., in a biochemical pathway or behavioral response. See also negative feedback, positive feedback. ANSI (American National Standards Institute) is the primary organization for fostering the development of technology standards in the United States. ANSI works with industry groups and is the U.S. member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission Assembly modeling is a technology and method used by computer-aided design and product visualization computer software systems to handle multiple files that represent components within a product. The components within an assembly are represented as solid or surface models. Drill bits are cutting tools used to remove material to create holes, almost always of circular cross-section. Drill bits come in many sizes and shape and can create different kinds of holes in many different materials. Drill Bitt video game console. video game console. A specialized desktop computer used to play video games. The two most popular consoles are Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox. a series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succession of identical items is progressively assembled. Clamp the exertion of a modifying or controlling influence on something someone who secretly makes plans to do something illegal or harmful; a conspirator. "the trial of alleged coup plotters" Orthographic sketches a small metal device for tightening the chuck of a drill so that it holds the drill bit securely Gaming System Chuck Key Assembly Models Brainstorming A system for selecting young men for compulsory military service, administered in the United States by the Selective Service System. At present the United States relies on a volunteer military and does not have a draft, though young men are required by law to register with the Selective Service. Assembly Line a brace, band, or clasp used for strengthening or holding things together. synonyms: brace, vice, press, clasp; Optimization Feedback the action of inventing something, typically a process or device something, typically a process or device, that has been invented fasten (something) in place with a clamp. Orthographic projection (or orthogonal projection) is a means of representing a three-dimensional object in two dimensions. It is a form of parallel projection, where all the projection lines are orthogonal to the projection plane, resulting in every plane of the scene appearing in affine transformation on the viewing surface. CAD (computer-aided design) software is used by architects, engineers, drafters, artists, and others to create precision drawings or technical illustrations. CAD software can be used to create two-dimensional (2-D) drawings or three-dimensional (3-D) models. Drafting system Invention The cycle of a product development using microcontroller design starts at specifications definition, to circuit design, components selection, printed circuit board design, making prototype, reliability and EMC testing, market testing and finally product launch. Technical design is logical design made on a specific software system. Technical design is used in many fields and applications, including drafting and construction. This skill is very important in modern manufacturing applications. the study of people's efficiency in their working environment A control system manages, commands, directs or regulates the behaviour of other devices or systems. It can range from a home heating controller using a thermostat controlling a domestic boiler to large Industrial control systems which are used for controlling processes or machines. WORDS TO KNOW PT 2 BY: MYRIAH LOWE SYSTEM CONTROL TECHNOLOGY Egronomics Finding an alternative with the most cost effective or highest achievable performance under the given constraints, by maximizing desired factors and minimizing undesired ones. In comparison, maximization means trying to attain the highest or maximum result or outcome without regard to cost or expense. Moudulation Computer Aided Design Microcontroller Design Words to know pt 2 by Myriah lowe American National Standards institute produce an idea or way of solving a problem by holding a spontaneous group discussion. "a brainstorming session"

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