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Atlanta State funded Schools. Presents Video 101: ITS STYLE. Video Combination into the Educational modules. With Michelle Infuriate. Why Video?. VIDEO Advances: Innovativeness Coordinated effort Critical thinking Deep rooted Learning
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Atlanta Public Schools

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Presents Video 101: ITS STYLE

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Video Integration into the Curriculum With Michelle Madden

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Why Video? Feature HELPS TO PROMOTE: Creativity Collaboration Problem Solving Life Long Learning Video rises above the educational programs in light of the fact that it permits you to reach past the educational modules. Feature extends the classroom past the four dividers and backings models of showing and discovering that are understudy focused.

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Elementary School Video Book Reports TV Show in light of the book Document Research Scientific Processes (Life Cycle of a Butterfly) Local ecological issues Local recorded destinations Sharing Knowledge Students can tape themselves exhibiting a lesson in a particular substance zone

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Middle School Video Pen Pals Create and alter footage and email to understudies in other school areas and even abroad Documenting Historical Events Students can ponder a particular time period and reproduce the time period through a feature Create Commercials on a Content Area Students visual exhibit an idea in a 30 second feature synopsis

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High School Video Yearbook -Have understudies archive exercises during that time and incorporate the footage in a DVD or VHS tape. Science Lab Review - Videotape tests, analyzations, and so on to audit the procedures included. Use moderate movement and stop capacities to highlight germane ideas. Highlight tapes Showcase students’ gifts onto a DVD or tape.

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Pre-Production & Production With Ty Richardson

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Audio and Video Cables

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Cables S-VIDEO 6 PIN to 4 PIN FIREWIRE 4 PIN to 4 PIN FIREWIRE MINI-PLUG RCA COMPOSITE XLR BNC PHONO PLUG

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Rule of Thirds Rule of thirds partitions the casing into thirds both on a level plane and vertically. The focuses where the vertical and flat lines cross are tastefully satisfying spots to place subjects or to have point of view lines merge. It is generally best to abstain from setting skyline lines precisely amidst an edge, yet to put the skyline either above or beneath focus, more or less 33% or 66% up the outline\'s stature.

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Head Room

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Talking and Walking

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Framing Shots WIDE SHOT MEDIUM WIDE SHOT EXTREME CLOSE UP

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Various Shots CLOSE UP 3-SHOT

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And Another Shot EXTREME WIDE SHOT

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Shot Angles LOW ANGLE HIGH ANGLE EYE-LEVEL ANGLE

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Sequence

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Lighting

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What is the distinction in the lighting?

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Lighting Techniques

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Manipulation

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Audio Lavaliere Handheld Internal and External

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Checklist Camera Battery Tape Firewire Cable RCA Cable Check List - a piece of arranging your feature shoot is verifying you have all that you\'re going to need (links, lights, mouthpiece, feature tape, tripod, camera, shot rundown, and so on.). Test all gear before you get out in the field. Better to supplant a dead battery before you leave for a shoot, than need to wipe out the shoot when you arrive.

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Movie Maker 2 with Cathleen Khaaliq

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Final Project

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