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MYP - CT - Future Me Unit of Work (Video Module 4

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

-Criterion A: Investigate (Due Tuesday May) -Criterion B: Design (Due May) -Criterion C: Plan (Due Friday May) -Criterion D: Create (Due June) -Criterion E: Evaluate (Due )
In making your video consider the following: Video ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● content: What will you want to remind your future self of your present life? What is important to you now? What might your future self find interesting/funny/sad? What hopes do you have for your future self? What do you think your future will be like? What do you think your future self will look like and be doing? What type of technology do you think your future self will be interacting with? What is your overall message?

Video skills ● Use a variety of camera angles - but for most (if not all) of the video, keep the camera on the tripod! ● Consider what is in the background(s). ● Keep close to camera to ensure good quality audio. ● Try to film the video in one shoot - keeping the same light/sound. ● Demonstrate a range of editing skills (cropping, transitions, video/audio effects, adding text, etc)

John Wayne - Future Me Unit of Work John Wayne - Future Me - Investigate Stage (Doc) John Wayne - Future Me - Investigate Stage John Wayne - Future Me - Design Stage (Doc) John Wayne - Future Me - Design Stage John Wayne - Future Me - Plan Stage (Spreadsheet) John Wayne - Future Me - Plan Stage John Wayne - Future Me - Create Stage (Doc) John Wayne - Future Me - Investigate Stage John Wayne - Future Me - Evaluate Stage (Doc) John Wayne - Future Me - Investigate Stage

Criterion A: Investigate (Due Tuesday May)
● ● ● ● 1. Create a Google Doc – label it: “2012 John Wayne Future Me - Investigate Stage” Add (drag) this doc to your “2012 John Wayne - Future Me” collection Copy and paste the questions below (Assessment Criteria) onto your ‘Future Me Design Folder’ Google Doc

We have watched each of the videos now write a brief response (comment on the content, discuss what you liked/disliked, camera and editing techniques used, etc).

● Dutch Boy with USA host family Content: What did you like: What did you dislike: How was the camera technique: How was their editing technique: ● Dear Future Karen! Content: What did you like: What did you dislike: How was the camera technique: How was their editing technique: ● Boy with Nintendo Content: What did you like: What did you dislike: How was the camera technique: How was their editing technique: ● ● ● VIDEO’s on the FUTURE: A Day Made of Glass 2: Same Day. Expanded Corning Vision. Life in 2050

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Find (at least 3) similar videos. Paste a screen capture and their URL's below. Write a brief response to each. Comment on their content, camera and editing techniques. Discuss common features and what you liked/disliked about the videos.

1.) URL: Comment on their content: What did you like: What did you dislike: How was the camera technique: How was their editing technique: 2.) URL: Comment on their content: What did you like: What did you dislike: How was the camera technique: How was their editing technique: 3.) URL: Comment on their content: What did you like:

What did you dislike: How was the camera technique: How was their editing technique:

3. In making your video, brainstorm below a list of points to consider. You must add to this list as you move through the Design Cycle. Imagine you were going to repeat this task next year - what must you consider to best prepare yourself? ● Points to consider: ○ … ○ … ○ … ○ … ○ … ○ 4. List and evaluate different technology options you could use to create your video. Technology Option Evaluation of Option Decision and Reason for decision on option

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What problems, limitations or restrictions could you experience in the creation of your video? … … ... How could you evaluate the quality of your video? List and evaluate a range of options. … … ...

7. Write a script for your video. You should NOT read this when on camera - but it will give you points to include. My Script;

Criterion B: Design (Due 15th May 2012)
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Generate 3 feasible designs by using the storyboard technique. a. You will have to create the design using sticky notes, paper and pen. b. Scan the finished storyboards, (save as small jpegs) and insert below.

Idea 1: Idea 2: Idea 3:

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Chose one design and justify your choice.
Each design should include an indication of how you are going to record the content (the style, type and timing of camera angles, etc) editing techniques being used (transitions, video effects, audio effects, etc) style of titles (show via screen capture)

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Criterion C: Plan (Due Wednesday 23rd May 2012)
Create a Google Spreadsheet – label it: 2015 Mark Adams Future Me Plan Add (drag) this doc to your 2012 Mark Adams Future Me collection 1. Construct a plan using the Gantt Chart technique, that contains a number of detailed, logical steps that describe the use of resources and time. 2. Evaluate your plan. What parts will be the most difficult? Why? 3. Did you make any changes to your original idea? If so, explain why?

Criterion D: Create (Due Tues 12th June 2012)
1. Create your video. 2. Upload your video to YouTube 3. Insert a link to your video here: 4. Did you make any changes to the Plan? Why?

Criterion E: Evaluate (Due Tues 19th June 2012)
Create a Google Form – label it: 2012 Mark Adams Future Me Evaluation Add (drag) this doc to your 2012 Mark Adams Future Me collection 1. Use Google Forms to create your evaluation. It must contain at least 10 questions. Create a variety of questions (at least 4 types, eg: Multiple choice, text, scale, grid, choose from a list, check boxes, ...). Ask at least 10 people - you can not ask someone from this class, ask a variety of people (parent, teacher, student, brother/sister, etc not all the same sex or nationality). It might be best to email people the link to your evaluation form and your YouTube video (check permissions). 2. Insert a link to your evaluation here: 3. Evaluate its successes and failures. 4. Explain how it could be improved. 5. Evaluate your performance at each stage of the design cycle. 6. Suggest ways in which your performances could be improved.

Criterion F: Attitudes in Technology & the Process Journal
This criterion is completed by your teacher and refers to your attitude when working in technology, including your: · Personal engagement (motivation, independence, general attitude) · Attitude towards safety, cooperation and respect for others.

Process Journal
Make regular entries below - include descriptions of what you have been doing. Each entry MUST have an accompanying screen capture that is connected to the description given for that entry. www.blogger.com

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