Title of Unit: Blair Witch Grade Level: 6,7,8
Curriculum Area: Video Production/Art Film Duration:Wk 3 of 3
Magnet Grade Level Focus: Technology Innovations was covered in weeks 1-4 of Video A
Grade Level Content Standards:
ART.D.II.6.2 Introduce and explore creating movement that
communicates a topic of personal significance.
ART.D.III. 6.4 Introduce manipulation of movement and the concepts
related to movement selection.
ART.D.III. 7.3 Manipulate costuming and lighting to contribute to the
6-8.CI.2. create an original project (e.g., presentation, web page, newsletter, information brochure) using a variety of media (e.g., animations, graphs, charts, audio, graphics, video) to present content information to an audience
6-8.CT.4. describe strategies for solving routine hardware and software problems
6-8.DC.5. create media-rich presentations on the appropriate and ethical use of digital tools and resources
6-8.TC.6. use accurate technology terminology
6-8.TC.8. discuss possible uses of technology to support personal pursuits and lifelong learning
Essential Question: What visual and auditory elements are used to convey meaning?
Assessment to be used-
Formative: Meeting with groups, checking on progress and providing support.
Summative: Film completion at the end of week 3. See rubric.
Homework: (see homework tab on home page)
Monday:Allow students to edit apology film footage. Remember that scary audio should be with the title and credits. You can find audio on Videoblocks.com. Some students may still be filming apology scenes in the edit rooms and any supplemental scenes they have added to their paperwork.
Objective: Students will sign out cameras, film using flashlight lighting and an extreme close up camera shot conveying fear to the audience. Students will edit out any unwanted footage, alter the color of the video, add sound effects and scary transitions, create dynamic and scary titles in LiveType and add supplemental audio via Video blocks.com.
Tuesday – Friday: Students will be filming and editing all week.
Objective: Students will sign out cameras, film using flashlight lighting and an extreme close up camera shot conveying fear to the audience.
Friday: Homework will go home on Friday.