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Fall 2018 DVA 1

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Friday
12/14/18 
Classwork - Assignment #37 -  The Chase - Critique: 1. Put the assignment heading on your paper. 2. As you watch each chase movie, write down the number of the movie (1, 2, 3, etc.) then the write responses to these questions and prompts: A. The title of the film. B. What did you like about the quality of the camera shots (lighting, composition, angle, etc.) and what could have been improved? C. What did you like about the quality of the picture editing (pacing, transitions, variety) and what could have been improved? D. What did you like about the music and sound effects (how they support the action, what they add to the film's effectiveness) and what could have been improved? E. What did you like about the story (the plot, how it followed the 3-act structure) and what could have been improved? F. Why or why not did you think the film was entertaining? G. What overall grade would you give this film? 
Assignment #38 - Group Critique
Part 1: Discuss with your assigned group which of the films presented is the best. Use the criteria above to support your choice.  Choose a member of your group to share with the rest of the class your choice, including a brief summary of the reasons why you chose it. 
Part 2: Fill in the Conversation Self-Assessment form.  
Thursday
12/13/18 
Classwork -  Posters Review.  Also: Complete your team's Music Video proposal and review it with the teacher. Once it has been approved, complete your pre-production.
Wednesday
12/12/18
Classwork - Assignment #36 Music Video Pre-Production - After your proposal has been approved, complete step #3 (parts A, B, C and D) othe Music Video Project Handout. 
Tuesday
12/11/18 
Classwork - Music Video Teams. Assignment #35 Music Video Proposal - Your next project will be a music video that you will create as part of a team. Type a proposal for a music video that you and your team will produce. Include in your proposal: 1. The names of each member of your team and what roles they will perform. 2. The song recording you will use for your video including the title, performing artist(s), and why you have or will receive permission from the copyright holder to use the recording in your video. Refer to the Music Video Project Handout
 Making Music Video  Choosing a music video genre 
 Potential Music Sources   YouTube Audio Library | Creative Commons Music |  
Monday
12/10/18 
Classwork - Work on your PSA. 
Assignment #34 - PSA Part 5 - Post-Production: Follow the steps in Part 1 – Project Set-up |  Please note:  Use the 16:9 Title Safe Area. (DO NOT use the 4:3 Safe Area.)
Other Motion Graphic PSA tutorials Part 2 - Text Layout | Part 3 - Animation Presets | 
Part 4 - Manual Animation | Part 5 - Images | Part 6 - Backgrounds |
 Part 7 - Export | 
| Part 8 - Music |
PSA WORK FLOW: 1. Get your sponsor approved. 2. Get your sponsor background approved. 3. Get your typed script approved. 4. Record and edit your script narration.  While you are waiting to record, create your storyboard. 5. Get your storyboard approved. 6. Follow the video tutorials to set-up and complete your video.
If you are unable to move past a step, work on your portfolio.
 CHECK YOUR GRADE  - Make sure you have received credit for all of your work. If you did not receive credit for work you completed, check with the teacher immediately after school today.
  
Friday
12/7/18 
END OF THE GRADING PERIOD: Please make sure you have received credit for all of your work.
Classwork - Work on your PSA. Handout |  
Assignment #33 - PSA Part 4 - Storyboard: Create a detailed storyboard based upon your approved PSA script. To create your storyboard use copies of the Storyboard Template. For storyboard help visit these pages: Storyboards | Sample Storyboard | The Best in Storyboards |
PSA WORK FLOW: 1. Get your sponsor approved. 2. Get your sponsor background approved. 3. Get your typed script approved. 4. Record and edit your script narration.  While you are waiting to record, create your storyboard. 5. Get your storyboard approved. 6. Follow the video tutorials to set-up and complete your video.
Thursday
12/6/18 
Classwork - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done, 
review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved, 
work on your PSA: Get your background paper approved, then write your script and get it approved. 
Assignment #32 - PSA Part 3 - Production: Use your approved script to record and edit the narration track. While you are waiting to record, or have finished you narration editing, work on your storyboard.
Wednesday
12/5/18 
Classwork - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done,
review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved,
work on your PSA: Get your background paper approved, then write your script and get it approved.
Tuesday
12/4/18 
Classwork - PSA Script. Once your background has been approved complete step 4 (script) of PSA Handout A. Use the A/V Script Template.
Also - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done, review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved, work on your PSA. 
Monday
12/3/18
Classwork - Assignment #31 - PSA Part 2 - Background and Script. Once your sponsor has been approved complete step 3 (sponsor background) of PSA Handout A.
Also - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done, review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved, work on your PSA.
  
Friday
11/30/18 
Classwork - Introduction to Spot Announcements - PSA Project Outline | PSA Project Steps |
Assignment #30 - PSA Part 1 - The Pitch: You will be independently producing a 15-second motion-graphics public service announcement on behalf of an organization that serves students on the Logan campus. Complete steps 1 and 2 of PSA Handout A and refer to PSA Proposal.
Also - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done, review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved, work on your portfolio.
Thursday
11/29/18  
Classwork - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done, review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved, work on your portfolio.  
Wednesday
11/28/18 
Classwork - Cogswell College Presentation
Tuesday
11/27/18 
Classwork - Complete your team's film distribution assignment.  When your team is done, review all elements with the teacher.  Once your team's distribution has been approved, work on your portfolio. 
Monday
11/26/18 
Classwork - Complete your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher. After the teacher has reviewed the final soundtrack for your film and you have made any changes, work on the Distribution Assignment.
HOMEWORK - Assignment #29 - Résumé: For your portfolio you will need to include a resume. If you already have a resume, make sure it is up-to-date. If you do not have a resume, visit High School Resume Examples for help.
Want an advanced resume? INFOGRAPHIC RESUMES | The Ultimate Infographic Resume Guide | Anatomy of a Great Infographic Resume | How To Create An Infographic Resume That Doesn't Repel Hiring Managers | 15 Creative, Infographic Resume Templates |  
   
Mon-Fri
11/19-23
Thanksgiving Recess - No School 
   
Friday
11/16/18
No School - Unhealthy Air Quality 
Thursday
11/15/18 
Classwork - Complete your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher.
Assignment #28 - The Chase - Part 5 - Distribution. After the teacher has reviewed the final soundtrack for your film, divide your team into two groups: 
Group 1 Complete the final editing of your film. A. Export the chosen soundtrack from GarageBand: 1. Mute the movie sound by clicking on the speaker icon next to the track.  2. Use the Share menu to select Export Song to Disk. 3. Choose MP3 Highest Quality and name the file Chase-Music-Export.mp3 B. Use Adobe Photoshop CS6 to prepare title graphics, including credits. The templates you need are in the Title Graphics Templates folder. C. Add your title graphics and soundtrack to your Adobe Premiere video project, using the Title before the film starts, and all credits after the end of the film.  Try adjusting the audio mix to include some of the film footage original sound along with the music and sound FX created in Garage Band.  Create music for the closing credits.  When you think the film is complete, review it with the teacher.
Group 2 Complete steps #2 and #3 in the Short Film Distribution handout: Write promotional copy and design the poster for your film. Follow the instructions in the Poster Design TutorialThe poster template you need is here. (For poster credits, only include starring, directed by, videographer, edited by, music and sound fx by.  If someone is not listed under any of those categories, include their name under production assistants.)  For help with creating a tagline refer to: Movie Taglines| Great Film Taglines | Favorite Taglines 2016 |
PLEASE NOTE: When submitting a video project make sure you follow the guidelines for exporting and naming the file.  Export your individual picture edit from Premiere (While in your timeline: File menu / Export / Media - Format h.264; Preset YouTube 1080p HD) and name it Chase-Edit-NAME (substitute your name for NAME)  Export your soundtrack from GarageBand (File menu / Movie / Export Audio to Movie: Preset HD 720p) and name it Chase-Music-NAME (substitute your name for NAME)
Wednesday
11/14/18 
Classwork - Complete your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher. 
Tuesday
11/13/18 
Classwork - Continue working on your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher. 
Monday
11/12/18 
Veterans Day Holiday - No School

 
Friday
11/9/18 
Classwork - | Introduction to Movie Scoring | More About Movie Scoring | 
(You must be logged in with your school email account to view the videos.)
Continue working on your version of music and sound fx for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound fx, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher. 
Thursday
11/8/18 
Classwork - Continue working on your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher. Sound FX Files | 
Wednesday
11/7/18 
Classwork - Continue working on your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher. 
Tuesday
11/6/18 
Classwork - Continue working on your version of music and sound FX for your team's film. When everyone on your team has completed their music and sound FX, choose the best soundtrack, then review it with the teacher.
Monday
11/5/18 
Classwork - If you have not already done so, choose your team's best edit from all edits that have been completed, then review your edit with the teacher.  Once your team's edit has been finalized, start Assignment #26. 
HOMEWORK - Assignment #27 - Portfolio Site Set-Up: By now you should have completed all of the steps in the Portfolio Set-up instructions. You now need to complete all of the steps in the Basic Site Set-Up and Customize Your Site’s Appearance instructions. 
   
Friday
11/2/18 
Classwork - If you have not already done so, choose your team's best edit from all edits that have been completed, then review your edit with the teacher.  Once your team's edit has been finalized, start Assignment #26.
 NOTE -  If after editing you think additional crucial footage is needed, plan to shoot it no later than Monday.
PLEASE NOTE: When submitting a video project make sure you follow the guidelines for exporting and naming the file.  Export your individual picture edit from Premiere (While in your timeline: File menu / Export / Media - Format h.264; Preset YouTube 1080p HD) and name it Chase-Edit-NAME (substitute your name for NAME)
Thursday
11/1/18 
Classwork -When all of your team's members have completed their picture edits, review your team's best first cut video edit with the teacher. After the review, make any necessary changes, then distribute this "best edit" to each member of your team. 
Once each team member has a copy of the "best edit" start 
Assignment #26 - The Chase - Part 4 - Post-Production - Music and Sound Effects: Make sure each member of your team has the first cut video edit chosen by your team as the best. Use this video to follow the instructions in the Scoring a Movie with Garage Band tutorial to create your version of the music and effects track for the video.
Wednesday
10/31/18  
Classwork - Complete the editing of your version of your team's film, then follow the instructions below.
Tuesday
10/30/18 
Classwork -  Edit your version of your team's film. 
Once you have completed your own picture edit of your team's chase film, watch the Chase Video Editing Part 2 tutorial to see how the demonstration chase film turned out. After watching the film, review your picture edit of your team's chase film, then make any changes you think will improve it.  Once it is complete, assist any members of your team who have not yet completed their own edit.  NOTE: Assisting means answering questions about how to use Adobe Premiere to edit.  DO NOT do the editing for anyone else.
When all of your team's members have completed their picture edits, review your team's best first cut video edit with the teacher. After the review, make any necessary changes, then distribute this "best edit" to each member of your team.
Monday
10/29/18
 If you have questions about your grade, come to the classroom today at 3:30. 
Classwork -  Edit your version of your team's film. Here is how to share all of the footage with each member of your team. If you record additional footage, make sure you transfer the recordings Please note: TUTORIALS HAVE BEEN UPDATED.
If you are having trouble setting up your Premiere Project and editing the footage, follow all of the directions in the Adobe Premiere CC Project Set-Up tutorial to set-up your edit.  Next, go to the Chase Video Editing Part 1 tutorial and use it as a guideline to edit your video.
 HOMEWORK  Make sure you have completed the steps for setting up your Online Portfolio (The course final) including the following: 
Permanent personal email address | WordPress.com account | Basic Site Set-Up |
   
Friday
10/26/18 
 Last Day of the Grading Period 
Classwork - Edit your version of your team's film. 
ALSO - Get credit for your team's chase footage, and your portfolio set-up and your computer account set-up.
 SPECIAL PAVILION RECORDING 
Thursday
10/25/18 
Classwork: Complete the recording of your film's scenes.  When you are done start:
Assignment #25 - The Chase - Part 3 - Post-Production - First Cut: Each member of your team needs to edit their own version of your chase video. 1. Once you have the footage on your computer, follow the directions in the Adobe Premiere CC Project Set-Up tutorial to set-up your edit.  Next, go to the Chase Video Editing Part 1 tutorial and start watching it. 
Wednesday
10/24/18 
Classwork - Record scenes for your video.  Make sure you allow time to transfer the new footage to your team's computer. 
Tuesday
10/23/18 
Classwork - Record scenes for your video.  Make sure you allow time to transfer the new footage to your team's computer. 
Monday
10/22/18 
Classwork - Record scenes for your video.  Make sure you allow time to transfer the new footage to your team's computer. 
   
Friday
10/19/18  
Classwork - Record scenes for your video.  Make sure you allow time to transfer the new footage to your team's computer. 
Thursday
10/18/18 
Classwork - Record scenes for your video.  Make sure you allow time to transfer the new footage to your team's computer.
Wednesday
10/17/18 
Classwork - Record scenes for your film.  (You may not begin recording until your storyboard has been approved.) 
Tuesday
10/16/18 
Classwork - Once your storyboard has been approved: Assignment #24 - The Chase - Part 2 - Production. Follow the directions in class and on the Chase Part 2 handout to shoot the scenes for a short video that features a chase. Remember to use a Recording Log to keep track of what you shoot. 
Monday
10/15/18 
Classwork - Directing a scene. Production schedule: Daily call sheet (Sample call sheet)
NOTE: Turn in your Basic Shots recording logs (staple all pages together). Also turn in all reading assignment notes (DO NOT staple pages together.)
 HOMEWORK  - Assignment #23 - Portfolio Set-Up: The final in this class is an online portfolio that represents you and your abilities. The completed portfolio is due the scheduled day of this course's semester final. However, there will be several assignments you need to complete before that day. The first assignment (this one) is to read about the project, set-up a project folder, and start gathering items to include. Here are the links you need to read and follow the directions: Online Portfolio Introduction | Why You Need an Online Portfolio | Portfolio Set-up |
   
Friday
10/12/18 
Classwork - Complete your team's pre-production.  Scene coverage using a variety of shot sizes (master shot, medium shots, close-ups, extreme-close-ups, inserts, reaction shots and cutaways: a shot of something related to but outside the main action of a scene) and camera angles (dutch tilt, high-angle, low-angle.) See this video for some examples. Storyboards (complete step #3 of the Chase Part 1 handout.) Use the storyboard form.
Thursday
10/11/18 
Classwork - Assignment #22 - The Chase - Part 1 - Pre-Production. Follow the directions in class and on the Chase Part 1 handout to plan for the production of a short video that features a chase.
Wednesday
10/10/18 
Classwork - Basic Shots screenings. The Production Process.
Tuesday
10/9/18 
Classwork -  Continue working with your team so that each member records all 6 shots for the Basic Camera Shots assignment. When everyone on your team has completed the basic shots assignment, make sure all footage is on one computer for editing. Follow the Basic Video Editing tutorial to edit a video that shows the best shots from your team in this order: 1. Your team's best wide shot. 2. Your team's best medium shot. 3. Your team's best close-up. 4. Your team's best pan. 5. Your team's best tilt. 6. Your team's best zoom. When your editing is done, export the file using this naming format: "Basic-Shots-NAMES" substituting the first names of each of your team members for NAMES. Remember to use hyphens instead of spaces between each name. When your video is ready, use Google Drive to share it with the teacher. Once you have shared your video, turn in your team's log sheets.
NOTE: Refer to the Basic Shots handout terms and use them to discuss the reasons why you chose the shots in your edit.  When your team's video is presented to the class, one of your team members needs to use the terms to explain why each shot was chosen.
Basic Shots screenings.
IF TIME The Production Process.
Monday
10/8/18 
Classwork -  Continue working with your team so that each member records all 6 shots for the Basic Camera Shots assignment. When everyone on your team has completed the basic shots assignment, make sure all footage is on one computer for editing.
   
Friday
10/5/18 
Classwork - Special Rally Schedule
Work in teams to complete the Basic Camera Shots assignment. Wrap-up 10 minutes before class ends. | P3 10:48 P4 12:26 Transfer today's footage to your designated team member's Google Drive/DVA/Basic Shots folder.
Thursday
10/4/18 
Classwork - Assignment #21 - Basics Camera Shots: Work in teams, follow the directions in the Basic Shots handout and use the Basic Shots Log Sheet to complete the assignment. Basic Shots Example
Wednesday
10/3/18  
Classwork - Basic tripod and camera operation.
Tuesday
10/2/18 
Classwork -  Assignment #20 - Elevator Pitch Video - Part 5 - Critique: For each video screened (including your own) write down the following: The number of the video (#1, #2, etc.) followed by letters with responses to each of these prompts: A. The name of the producer. B. Something you liked about the video and why. C. Something you think could be better and how it could be improved. D. What grade you would give the video. Reference: the Elevator Pitch Video Rubric
IF TIME: Basic Tripod and Camera Set-Up.
Monday
10/1/18 
Classwork - Complete your video. Also: Make sure you have turned in your script papers: handwritten and final typed draft.
 CHECK YOUR GRADE  - Make sure you have received credit for all of your work. 
   
Friday
9/28/18 
Fall Semester 1st Grading Period Ends Today
Classwork -  Get your completed video approved by the teacher, send it to the class Drop Box, then assist other students or complete the homework assignments.  
Thursday
9/27/18 
Classwork - Complete your elevator-pitch video. If you have completed your video and it has been approved by the teacher, send it to the class Drop Box, then assist other students or complete the homework assignments.  
Wednesday
9/26/18 
Classwork - HEADSHOTS taken of new students.
Complete your elevator-pitch video. If you have completed your video and it has been approved by the teacher, send it to the class Drop Box, then assist other students or complete the homework assignments. 
HOMEWORK - Assignment #19 - Read then hand write at least a one full-paper (front and back) outline of the following | Color Balancing Cameras | Creative Control Using Shutter Speeds | (For help with outlining read Basic Outlining.)
Tuesday
9/25/18 
Classwork - Complete your elevator-pitch video. If you have completed your video and it has been approved by the teacher, send it to the class Drop Box, then assist other students or complete the homework assignments. 
HOMEWORK - Assignment #18 - Read then hand write at least a one full-paper (front and back) outline of the following | Cameras: The Basics Part 1 | Part 2 | (For help with outlining read Basic Outlining.)  
Monday
9/24/18 
Classwork - Complete the editing of your video.  If you are finished, complete the homework assignment or help other students who ask for help.
HOMEWORK - Assignment #17 - Read then hand write at least a one full-paper (front and back) outline of the following | Lenses - The Basics | Distance, Speed and Perspective | 
(For help with outlining read Basic Outlining.)
   
Friday
9/21/18 
Classwork - Complete the editing of your video.  If you are finished, complete the homework assignment or help other students who ask for help.
HOMEWORK - Assignment #16 - Read, then handwrite at least a one full-paper (front and back) outline of the following | F-Stops and Creative Focus Techniques | Filters and Lens Attachments part 1 | (For help with outlining read Basic Outlining.) 
Thursday
9/20/18 
Classwork - If you have not yet done so, record your audio and prepare your images.
If you are done with both your images and audio, review them with the teacher before you start the editing assignment.
 NOTE - Back to School Night TONIGHT!  
Wednesday
9/19/18 
Classwork - If you have not yet done so, record your audio and prepare your images.
If you are done with both your images and audio, review them with the teacher before you start the editing assignment.
 NOTE - Back to School Night TOMORROW! 
Tuesday
9/18/18 
Classwork - If you have not yet done so, record your audio and prepare your images.
If you are done with both your images and audio, review them with the teacher before you start the editing assignment.
Assignment #13 - Elevator Pitch Video Part 4 - Editing: After your edited narration and prepared images have been approved by the teacher, follow the steps in the Edit a Stills-Based Video 
Monday
9/17/18 
Classwork - If you have not yet done so, record your audio and prepare your images.
Tutorial Handout to create your video. 
HOMEWORKAssignment #14 - Back to School Night (Thursday): If your parent or guardian attends the presentation for your class and signs in, you will receive extra credit.
   
Friday
9/14/18 
Classwork - Narration Editing Tutorial Video and Narration Editing Tutorial Handout |
ALSO: Continue working on your Elevator Pitch video. If you have not yet done so, review your script with the teacher, then record the narration. While you are waiting to record your narration, prepare your images.
Assignment #12 - Headshot: Prepare your image according to the Headshot TutorialSend a copy of your final headshot Photoshop file to the Class Drop Box.  Name the file Headshot-NAME.psd replacing NAME with your first and last name.
 
Thursday
9/13/18 
Classwork - Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | Part 8 5:05 | 
Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #8. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. If you have written notes for all 8 videos, turn your paper in. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video.

Also: While you are waiting to record your narration, gather your images, then follow the steps in the Images for Video tutorial to prepare them for your video.
Headshot Editing Options Summary. 
1. Download the highest quality version of your headshot photo into your project images folder.
2. Make sure images are set to open with Photoshop CC. 
3. Open your headshot image. 
4. Open a new photoshop file using Film & Video preset for UHDTV/4K 2160p and name it Headshot-NAME, substituting your first and last names for NAME. 
5. Copy your original headshot into the new headshot file and save it as a Photoshop PSD file. 
6. Make whatever changes you believe are necessary: re-size; replace background, etc.
How to Remove Green Screen Background in Photoshop
Wednesday
9/12/18 
Classwork - Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | Part 7 5:15 | Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #7. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video.
NOTE: While you are waiting to record your narration, gather your images, then follow the steps in the Images for Video tutorial to prepare them for your video.
Tuesday
9/11/18 
ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE TODAY 
Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | Part 6 5:30 | Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #6. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video.
NOTE: While you are waiting to record your narration, gather your images, then follow the steps in the Images for Video tutorial to prepare them for your video. 
Monday
9/10/18 
Classwork - Class Late Arrival/Early Departure: Use the Class Time Clock sheet to sign in or out.  Follow the directions on the sheet.
Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | 
Part 5 5:12 | 
Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #5. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video.
Please click here to complete the survey. NOTE: You must log in using your school email account.
TURN-IN the parent/guardian letter, equipment responsibility form and the Logan release form.
Assignment #11 - Elevator Pitch Video - Part 3 - Narration | How to record your narration video tutorial. (6:29)  | Shared Drive Tutorial to learn how to download your recording using the Google Drive folder that has been shared with you. | Narration Editing Tutorial Video and Narration Editing Tutorial Handout |
PERIOD 3 - LibreOffice
   
Friday
9/7/18
Classwork - Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | Part 4 5:20 | 
Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #4. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video.
Assignment #10 - Computer Account Set-Up: Use your school email ID and password to login; Follow the directions in class (most of which are in this handout.) When you are done make sure you have: 1. Customized your Finder preferences. 2. Installed your Google Drive account and synchronized files. 3. Added these applications to your Dock: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, LibreOffice, Adobe CC programs: (Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, and Audition) Audacity, Celtx 4. Set Chrome to "Always Show Bookmarks Bar" and have these saved on the Bookmarks Bar: LoganTV.netLoganTV.net/yaccoJamesLogan.org
Thursday
9/6/18 
Classwork - Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | Part 3 5:32 | 
Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #3. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video
Assignment #8 (Continued) - Elevator Pitch Video Part 1 - The Script: Use the A/V Script Google Drive Template to type the final draft of your script.  When you are done, review your script with the teacher.
Assignment #9 - Elevator Pitch Video Part 2 - Images. Follow the instructions in part C of the Elevator Pitch Handout #2 to find and prepare images. 
Image Sources Use Google Images Advanced Search and set "usage rights" to "free to use share modify" and set the "image size" high enough to avoid low resolution results. Here are some other places to find images you can legally use for your projects: 15 Best Places for Designers to Get Free Stock Photos Online | 30 Best Websites To Download Free Stock Photos | Free Photos Directory | 25 Free Stock Photo Sites|
Once you have your images follow the steps in the Images for Video tutorial to prepare them for your video.
Wednesday
9/5/18
Classwork - Assignment #7 (Continued) - Moviemaking Behind the Scenes | Part 2 5:14 | 
Add today's notes to your paper. A. Number this section #2. B. Take one quarter page of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section. NOTE: You must be logged in with your nhusd.k12.ca.us account to view the video 
Homework Assignments - Due Monday:
Assignment #4 - Parent/Guardian form
. If you lose your copy click hereYou should have also received the Course Syllabus.
Assignment #5 - Equipment Responsibility Form. If you lose your copy click here.
Assignment #6 - James Logan Release Form. If you lose your copy click here.
Assignment #8 (Continued) - Elevator Pitch Video Part 1 - The Script: 
Elevator Pitch Video Script Final Draft: Follow the instructions in parts A and B of the Elevator Pitch Handout #2 and use the A/V Script Google Drive Template to type the final draft of your script. (NOTE: this assignment is part of the Elevator Pitch Video Project. To understand how the project will be graded, refer to the Elevator Pitch Video Rubric.) 
Tuesday
9/4/18 
Classwork - | Note-taking video 6:40 | 
Assignment #7 - Moviemaking Behind the ScenesPart 1 5:00 | A. Put the assignment heading information on a piece of paper. B. Number this section #1. Take one to two paragraphs of notes as you watch the video: Something you learned. Something you already knew. Something you liked and why. Something you think could have been improved and why. C. Keep your paper to add notes for the next section.
Assignment #8 - Elevator Pitch Video Part 1 - The Script: Follow the instructions in the Elevator Pitch Handouut #1 to write the first draft of your script. (NOTE: this assignment is part of the Elevator Pitch Video Project. To understand how the project will be graded, refer to the Elevator Pitch Video Rubric.)
Monday
9/3/18
Labor Day Holiday - No School
   
Friday
8/31/18
ClassworkHeadshot Day | What is a headshot? | 3 point lighting | Note-taking video |
Introduction to Google Drive: For more Google Drive help visit this site.
Thursday
8/30/18
Classwork - How are you connected? Kahoot! - Click here and enter the code to play along.  
Student handbook: 
Period 3: The importance of bringing Chromebook daily for all classes.
The Student Mobile Device Handbook: Page 4 (Device Use) and page 8 (Loss, Theft, Damage)
Digital Footprint video (1:07)  | 5 Ways to Make a Positive Digital Footprint (1:42) |
Viral photo link: by November 29th, the photo had been ‘liked’ on Facebook 912,000 times |
“Abbass’ Story” video (2:57) | Ten Things to Think About Before You Post |
“Think Before you Post (3:35) | Digital Etiquette (3:59) |
Period 4: Student Resources and Academic Expectations - James Logan Website - Academic Honesty (page 7 of handbook) - Academic Requirements (Counselor Corner: Find the differences between Logan graduation requirements and the A-G college requirements)
Wednesday
8/29/18
Welcome! Classwork: Course Introduction. Name Tents. Guess the Movie. 2018 Movie Quiz. (Click here and enter the code to play along.) Course introduction. Photo Portrait.
Assignment #1 - Reserved for Extra Credit: Rarely awarded and only after regular assignments are completed.
Assignment #2 - Good Citizen: You start with full credit (100 points) and only lose credit when you do not behave properly.
Assignment #3 - Student Survey: To complete the survey please click hereNOTE: You must log in using your school email account.
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