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III - BSITE Lesson Plan Date: September 09, 2013 Level: Grade 5 Lesson Topic: Movie Maker I. Objectives: A. General Objective: At the end of the lesson, the Grade V pupils should be able to: 1. learn how to use Windows Live Movie Maker B. Specific Objectives: To be able to meet the General Objective the Grade V pupils should be able to: 1. Know the basic tools and the environment of Movie Maker 2. Learn how to import media into Movie Maker 3. Learn how to add transitions and effects to the movie 4. Add a narration/audio to a segment of the movie 5. Add titles, captions, and credits to a movie 6. Learn how to an output in a .avi file Subject Matter: A. Windows Live Movie Maker B. Reference: Microsoft in Education – Faculty Guide “Windows Live Movie Maker for Faculty” http://www.microsoft.com/education/en-us/faculty/guides/Pages/windows-live-moviemaker.aspx C. Materials: PowerPoint Presentation Computer with Windows Live Movie Maker Video clips, Images and Audio files already available on the server D. Activities: 1. Preview Movie Maker Show initial screen Show parts of the screen (display picture) i. Pull-down menu: to the left of the Home tab in the upper left corner
add the recently exported movie. To see more options. Ribbon toolbar: stretches across the entire Movie Maker window iii.) 3. 4. captions. Adding Visual Effects Click the Visual Effects tab on the ribbon to display effects that can be applied to photos and videos Click No effect on the visual effects menu (the first one on the left). Adding titles. Zoom time scale: the slider control in the lower right corner 2. If you click yes. AutoMovie automatically fits your content to your music.ii. Import videos. When you find a transition you like. • If you need to adjust audio levels. click Audio mix in the Home tab to make the movie or the audio track (narrative in this case) louder than one another by sliding the bar left or right. and it asks you if you want to add a soundtrack. click the down arrow in the lower-right corner. • Click Add music. 5. photos and audio into Windows Live Movie Maker Click Add videos and photos on the Home tab in the ribbon. Add easy transitions and effects click the Animations tab on the ribbon to display options for transitioning from one photo or video to the next You can mouse-over the options to see a live preview of how one photo or video will transition into another in the preview window. clicking AutoMovie on the Home tab automatically adds crossfade transitions. Playback controls: below the preview window v. and then clicking the Open button (Note: Once your photos and videos are in your project. Adding Narration and Audio • Click Add videos and photos. letting you relax and be the creative director. . Storyboard: the large area to the right of the preview window iv. And even after you click AutoMovie. you can still go back and fine-tune edit your project. a title and credit slide. click it and it’s automatically added to your video. Think of AutoMovie as doing all the hard labor. and credits Click the Title button on the Home tab of the ribbon. automatic pan-and-zoom effects. Adding Photo Effects Click the Animations tab on the ribbon to display options for panning and zooming individual photos when they are displayed. You can add multiple files at once by holding the CTRL or SHIFT keys to select multiple files. and it’s gone. Enter your movie title in the area. Follow the steps above to add a narrative track.
You can also add captions to any part of your movie. color. III. but the teacher may address common problems with the group as a whole. and more using the Text ToolsFormat tab on the ribbon. Explanation 4. Elaboration Generalization: Application: . size. 6. This gives the students exposure to a variety of capabilities of Windows Live Movie Maker while letting the students be creative. Exploration 3. Discussion: Teacher’s Activity Pupils’ Activity 1. Saving the movie Click the Pull-down menu and click Save Project Student – Teacher Interactions The teacher introduces Windows Movie Maker by using a projector to show the panes in Movie Maker and give a general overview of the panes. Students are then to observe the activities above. click the Caption button on the Home tab of the ribbon. You may also use text duration to determine how many seconds you’d like the title to appear. the teacher will ask questions to inspect student progress. You can edit how the caption appears. and more using the Text Tools-Format tab. effects. Feedback is given on an individual basis. enters the screen. Engagement Review: Preparation: 2. Play the movie and at the desired point. You may change your title’s font. After the teacher introduces Movie Maker to the group.
if I delete a video clip. pictures. Darken the circle to select an answer. Windows Movie Maker will allow you to use. 1.5. In Windows Movie Maker. In Windows Movie Maker. it is also deleted from the hard drive. the keyboard shortcut to copy something in your project is Ctrl+____? a p v c s . In Windows Movie Maker. you can make only ONE collection folder for each video project. OR pictures and video clips. false true 2. In Windows Movie Maker. picture or audio file from a collection folder. OR just video clips on the video timeline. Evaluation Direction: Choose the answer for each question. true false 3. which of the following methods would be best for creating trailer credits for your video? Add title before the selected clip in the timeline Add credits at the end of the movie Add title at the beginning of the movie Add title on the selected clip in the timeline Add title after the selected clip in the timeline 5. true false 4.
Save as . At least 1 Effect is included in the movie (15%) 6. Adding at least 1 transition (extra credit) (5%) . At least 1 picture included in movie (10%) 3. Movie content makes sense and explains topic well (20%) 7. Use Images and videos clips and apply photo effects and video transitions. Multiple video clips included in movie (20%) 2. Each video needs to contain the following items: 1. Input title and credits. At least 1 Title Page is included in the movie (15%) 5. Students are to be evaluated on their video and presentation. At least 1 voiceover explaining what is happening in the movie is included (20%) 4. Which of the following genres does Windows Live Movie Maker produce? Alternative rock Video editing software Experimental rock Blues IV. You can use Windows Movie Maker to turn video from your family vacation into a short movie with titles and credits just like the pros do. true false 7. Assignment: Make a 3-minute video about “You with your family and friends”.WMV file.6. Apply audio or narration.