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Syllabus

Introduction to Video Production

 

Introduction to Video Production is designed to familiarize students with the process and procedures of video production. Students will explore the history of film and the various occupations of the video industry. The course will promote analysis and critique of motion pictures. During the course students will participate in the entire video production process: scriptwriting, performing, filming, editing, and advertising.

 

COURSEWORK

 

Texts

            -Digital Moviemaking by Lynn S. Gross and Larry W. Ward (5th edition)

            Introduction to Media Production by Robert B. Musburger and Gorham Kindem                 (4th edition)

            -Filmmaking for Teens by Troy Lanier and Clay Nichols (2nd edition)

            -Save the Cat: The Last Book on Screenwriting That You'll Ever Need by Blake                 Snyder

 

Films

            Hugo

            Seabiscuit

            October Sky

            Citizen Kane

 

GRADING SYSTEM

 

Grades are based on a total points system. Students earn grades through classwork, homework, quizzes, exams, projects, and participation.

 

CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS

 

I expect that you will

1. Represent yourself with honor

2. Respect others

3. Take responsibility for your present and your future

4. Strive for excellence in all that you do

5.Follow the rules in the school handbook

6. Arrive before the bell with all necessary materials

7.Maintain a posture of attentiveness

8. Avoid distractions and distracting others

9. Set aside all drinks, food, electronics, and non-instructional objects

10. Use all instructional time as an opportunity to improve

 

Scope and Sequence

 

Week One

-Scriptwriting and Acting 101-Createa short Western skit

-History of Film (Youtube Videos)

 

Week Two

-Chapter 1 Overview of Moviemaking

-Vimeo Videos

-Hugo: amateur film evaluation

 

Week Three

-Chapter 3 Cameras

-Framing stills

 

Week Four

-Still camera work

-Seabiscuit: Evaluate camerawork

 

Week Five

-Chapter 2 Planning a movie

-Planning a silent narrative movie

 

Week Six

-Silent movie, watch examples

-Learn Adobe Premiere

-Adobe Premiere handbook

 

Week Seven

-Edit, watch and evaluate silent movies

-Use adobe premiere

 

Week Eight

-Chapter 4 Image capturing

 

Week Nine

-Image capturing continued

-Complete a shot list and sequence

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND NINE WEEKS    

                                                Whenever assignments

                                                1.Make a Movie that Tells..pgs. 27-35 take home

                                                2.Homework Make a Movie the tells...pgs. 67-73 take home

                                                3.Save the Cat Chapter 1 and take home quiz

                                                4.Make a Movie that Tells..pgs. 5-13 give an example of a 3 act

Week Ten

-Watch music videos and lip dubs

-Plan a music video

 

Week Eleven

-Music Video shooting and editing

-Include multiple shot types and editing sequences

 

Week Twelve

-Edit, watch and evaluate music videos

 

Week Thirteen

-Chapter 5 lights

 

Week Fourteen

-Chapter 6 lighting

-Use TV studio to set up lighting scenarios

 

Week Fifteen

-Plan and prepare an interview setting

-Conduct an interview paying special attention to lighting

 

Week Sixteen

-Edit and evaluate interviews

-Chapter 7 Audio

 

Week Seventeen

-Chapter 7 continued

-Begin PSA   

 

Week Eighteen

-Produce PSAs

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