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Personal Metaphor of Teaching

Director & Film
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Oriana Hansell-Pune

on 22 September 2011

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Life Long Learners Personal Metaphor of Teaching Film Planning:
Lessons, Days, Units, Terms, Years
... Pre-Production Teaching and Learning:
Lessons, Topics, Units, Inquiry, Projects ... Production Assessment
Evaluation
Review Post-Production Script + Storyboard + Shot-List Lesson Content
Lesson Outline
Lesson Plan - Order Production and Equipment List Resources
Materials
ICT
... Release + Review Show the "film"
Review the success
Evaluate: "Where, How, Why next?"
... Developmental Developmental Humanistic Developmental Behaviourist Social Constructivist Metaphor of ME as a Teacher Director Zoom In Zoom Out Love incorporating new technology e.g. Special Effects while still respecting the "Classic Techniques" Allow actors the time to practise their lines and scenes with each other without Director's input - sometimes let the actors get a feel for the scene and make an interpretation of it for themselves. Work Closely with:
Producer Principal Assistant Director Associate Teacher Accepts or Denies Film Project Submissions.
Provides Funding. Monitors Director's Time, Locations, Production Lists, Funding, Contacts Cast Allow actors to adlib Collaborate With: Actors & Actresses Listen to, Understand and acknowledge actors quest for creative control in costuming and other areas HOWEVER, it is the DIRECTOR'S vision of the Film that drives the project and the director's role to negotiate this effectively. Visual Appreciation of Masters in Direction Incorporating Theorists (Piaget, Vygotsky, Pavlov, Glasser) into teaching but still creating my own personal "Visual Aesthetic" Ensure the actors and actresses are comfortable
and SAFE during all scenes The Director is the FACILITATOR on set
and understands that the
Film is a COLLABORATIVE project
and that relationships and effective
co-operation are VITAL to the success
of the project. Encourage actors to
input creative ideas. Humanistic A Director needs to quickly adapt to any script changes and new actors cast for the film A great Director will be able to explain scenes shot by shot and model a scene for the actors to better show them the Director's Vision Behaviourist Humanistic Social Constructivist Preview Screening Genre Scriptwriting
Casting
Directing
Camera Operating
Shots References Pratt, D. (2005). Alternative frames of understanding: Introduction to five perspectives. Five perspectives on teaching in adult and higher education (pp. 33-53). Malabar, FL: Krieger. ISBN 0-89464-937-X. Images from Google Images
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