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THINKING SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

Keeley Library   December 20, 2000

TV 1
COURSE: 62104
TV 1
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE
OBJECTIVES
  • Television Production
  • Film Techniques

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    CONTENT: Setting up a Television Camera for Video recording. 
    Students understand how to mount, properly prepare a  T.V. Camera, and properly operate a TV camera for audio and video recording. Students: 
  • Attach the camera to the tripod and properly lock it into place/
  • Provide electrical power to the camera by correctly attaching cables from camera to  power source.
  • Power up the camera
  • Attach the  monitor to the camera and power source by properly attaching the connecting cables.
  • Turning on the monitor to reveal the picture being viewed by the camera lens
  • Properly prepare the camera for existing  lighting conditions
  • Add audio to video by properly connecting the microphone, setting it to the correct channel,  and doing a test to determine the correct audio level.
  • Zoom all the way to telephoto on a person or subject and focus the camera.
  • Zoom out to frame the subject appropriately.
  • Start and stop the recording

  • PERFORMANCE: Students will demonstrate the proper procedures for mounting, preparing, and operating a TV camera for video recording.
    End Product: Demonstration
  • Television Production
  • Film Techniques
  • Scriptwriting
  • Advertising
  • Focusing
  • Information Gathering

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    CONTENT: Preparing a Script for a One Minute Commercial 
    Students understand the aims of commercials and how to prepare and make a commercial.
    Students know how to:
  • choose a subject for a commercial.
  • generate ideas, make decisions, and solve problems involved in preparations to make a commercial.
  • write a proposal for script approval which is a believable, grammatically correct, viable commercial
  • write a script to sell an object.

  • PERFORMANCE: Studentswill submit for approval a written script for commercial set-up shots.
    End Product: Script for a One Minute Commercial
  • Television Production
  • Film Techniques
  • Scriptwriting
  • Advertising
  • Visual Literacy
  • Group Project

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    CONTENT: Preparing and Shooting a Commercial
    Students understand the aims of commercials and how to prepare and make a five minute program. Students know how to:
  • prepare a story board
  • set up the set
  • set up the proper lighting
  • make decisions about needed audio inputs
  • write and rehearse a script to direct the camera persons
  • rehearse with the camera person to "block' the scene to ensure all of the scene is visible.

  • PERFORMANCE: Studentswill work in groups of 2 or 3 to shoot a one minute commercial with 5 seconds of of silence at the beginning and end and 50 seconds of of speaking part. The commercial will demonstrate the student's ability to achieve a good picture, good volume and good focus.
    End Product: A Commercial
  • Television Production
  • Film Techniques
  • Scriptwriting
  • Advertising
  • Visual Literacy
  • Group Project

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    CONTENT: Producing a program
    Students understand the aims of programming and prepare and make a 15 minute program. Students know how to:
  • prepare a story board.
  • find  a suitable location for taping
  • set up the set
  • set  up proper lighting
  • make decisions about needed audio inputs
  • write and rehearse a script to direct the camera person
  • rehearse with the camera person to " block" the scene to insure all of the scene is visible
  • ensure that all props and and video equipment are available at the video location
  • record the commercial
  • complete Media 100 tutorial
  • create and original program using Media 100 tutorial
  • use the Media 100 editing program to edit the 15 minute program.
  • use the Media 100 program to create an original graphic for the 15 minute program.

  • PERFORMANCE: Students will work in groups of 4 or 5 to  develop and produce a 15  minute video program.
    End product: A Program

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