welcome to unit 4 media
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Welcome to Unit 4 Media

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 17

Welcome to Unit 4 Media - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 151 Views
  • Uploaded on

Welcome to Unit 4 Media. Congratulations!. You made it! PDPs are done, Unit 3 is passed. But it’s not time to party just yet…. Now the hard work begins. 3 outcomes again Media Process Media text’s and society’s values Media Influence

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Welcome to Unit 4 Media' - delta


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
congratulations
Congratulations!
  • You made it!
  • PDPs are done, Unit 3 is passed.

But it’s not time to party just yet…

now the hard work begins
Now the hard work begins
  • 3 outcomes again
  • Media Process
  • Media text’s and society’s values
  • Media Influence

3 areas of study, 1 term & 2 weeks to get them covered.

Therefore, there is NO time to waste!

media process
Media Process
  • You will be expected to complete the bulk of your productions in your own time
  • Overall, we will probably spend a week’s worth of class time on these.
  • The rest of the time, I am happy to do lunch time and after school sessions, especially for when it comes to post-production.
these holidays
These holidays
  • Get organised!
  • Film/photograph/interview/write/draw/animate whatever you can get done.
  • After Unit 3, you should have learnt: leaving things til the last minute = STRESS
  • In Unit 4, you need to minimise stress, for your sake and for mine!
equipment
Equipment
  • Every student and their parent/guardian will need to sign a contract
  • You will be required to book equipment in advance
  • Do this by filling in a booking request form and handing it in to me
  • I will then confirm the date with you and add it to a calendar
  • When you collect equipment, you need to leave a $20 deposit
  • There are more of you than there are pieces of equipment, so get organised and book early!
slide7

Year 12 Media – booking request form

Student name: _____________________________________________

Equipment required: ____________________________________________

Preferred date 1: ___________________________

Preferred date 2: ___________________________

Confirmed date (completed by teacher): _______________________________

Teacher signature: __________________________ Date: ________________

permission forms
Permission forms
  • If you are filming/shooting/interviewing anyone, I want you to get them to fill out a permission form before you work with them.
  • This is good common practice, and also a requirement the school has set out.
  • You will use a common template that I have created, but you will have to fill in extra details yourself, as will the person whose permission you are seeking.
media process outcome 1
Media process – outcome 1
  • In this area of study students complete a media product based on a media production design plan completed in Unit 3. Each medium has a specific production process and set of work practices that are both appropriate to the particular medium and to the type of product being produced within that form.
  • Each type of media product, however, requires the integration of a variety of skills, management and organisational techniques to move from planning documentation through production and postproduction processes to a completed media product. These vary depending on the nature of the product. Production and postproduction processes involve the application of media codes and conventions and stylistic considerations appropriate to the selected medium and for specific audience/s and purpose of the product.
  • As specified in Unit 3, photographic negatives should be processed by the student. Digital images and print productions should be photographed and/or scanned, manipulated and printed by the student on the equipment available to them at the school.
  • The production of the media product is undertaken individually. However, the implementation of the production design plan may require a production crew to realise the student’s intentions. In this case the implementation is under the sole direction of the student, documented in the production design plan and acknowledged in the production. Group production work and group media production design plans are not appropriate for this outcome.
media process outcome 11
Media process – outcome 1
  • The media production must comply with the media production plan specifications outlined in Unit 3:
  • video or film sequence 3–10 minutes in length, including title and credit sequences
  • an animated production of no more than 10 minutes in length, including title and credit sequences
  • a photographic presentation, sequence or series of images that incorporates a minimum of 10 original source images that must be processed and printed by the student
  • print production of a minimum of 8 pages or layouts printed by the student
  • a digital and/or online production that demonstrates comparable complexity and provides user accessibility consistent with other media forms listed
  • a convergent media production that incorporates aspects of a range of media forms and is consistent with product durations and/or descriptors listed.
key knowledge skills
Key knowledge & skills
  • Key knowledge
  • • production and postproduction practices and processes associated with adapting a production design plan for a given medium and product
  • • equipment and materials used in media production
  • • the operation of media production equipment and processes
  • • codes, conventions and styles appropriate to the selected medium, product and audience/s
  • • methods to support the realisation of a media product
  • • methods for recording and organising information to support the production process.
  • Key skills
  • • operate equipment and use materials and processes as appropriate to the selected media form
  • • apply codes and conventions and demonstrate stylistic awareness appropriate to the selected medium, product and audience/s
  • • communicate the realisation of an individual or a distinctive media product
  • • manage the production of a media product from the production design plan produced by the student
  • • organise and record information to support the production process.
annotations
annotations
  • When making a media product, things can get in the way that stuff up your original plans
  • That’s OK
  • However, you need to annotate your PDP to document what changes you’re making and why those changes have to be made
  • The best way to do this? Write your annotations on post-it notes, and place these in the relevant sections of the PDP Eg: If you change something in your script, put a post-it note with the annotation near the section of the script where the change is being made.
due date for outcome 1
Due date for outcome 1
  • Monday August 20th
  • Put it in your diaries now
  • But - if you want to hand it in earlier, please do so!
ad