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EDUC8464: ICT Curriculum. Assignment 2: Part 1 English, Year 10. Matthew Baltovich 20393505. Overview. Lesson One Use of GarageBand in discovering film conventions Lesson Two Creating a PowerPoint to accompany a students’ presentation to a class. Lesson Three

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Educ8464 ict curriculum

EDUC8464: ICT Curriculum

Assignment 2: Part 1

English, Year 10

Matthew Baltovich20393505


Overview

Overview

  • Lesson One

    • Use of GarageBand in discovering film conventions

  • Lesson Two

    • Creating a PowerPoint to accompany a students’ presentation to a class.

  • Lesson Three

    • Using Microsoft Word to provide peer feedback to student presentations.


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • Technology and Enterprise > Technology Process > Students apply a technology process to create or modify products, processes, systems, services or environments to meet human needs and realise opportunities.

  • - Technology and Enterprise > Information > Students design, adapt, use and present information that is appropriate to achieving solutions to technology challenges.

  • - Technology and Enterprise > Technology Skills > Students apply organisational, operational and manipulative skills appropriate to using, developing and adapting technologies.

  • Additional Outcomes

  • Lesson One: -nil

  • Lesson Two: English > Speaking and Listening > Students listen with purpose, understanding and critical awareness in a wide range of situations. Students speak with purpose and effect in a wide range of contexts.

  • English > Writing > Students write for a range of purposes and in a range of forms using conventions appropriate to audience, purpose and context.

  • Lesson Three: English > Speaking and Listening > Students listen with purpose, understanding and critical awareness in a wide

  • range of situations. Students speak with purpose and effect in a wide range of contexts.

  • English > Writing > Students write for a range of purposes and in a range of forms using conventions appropriate to audience, purpose and context.


Lesson one

Lesson One

Description of Lesson

  • Using Apple GarageBand, students are required to demonstrate how a director uses the use of music is a film to portray characters.

  • Time allocated: 50 minutes


Initial sequence

Initial Sequence

  • First, students are to be shown a 10 minute excerpt from a movie of the teachers choice which uses music in order to portray a character to the audience.

  • Students must discuss the director’s intention in pairing the music heard to the initial interaction with the character

    • 15 minutes


Activity

Activity

  • Then, students will, using Apple GarageBand, create their own soundtrack that portrays the selected character in a different light.

  • For example, if the chosen character is portrayed as a hero in the original soundtrack, students must change this in order to portray the character as a villian.

    • 20 minutes


Review

Review

  • The students’ work will then be paired with the clip on a projector in front of the class to see if the desired outcome has been reached

  • Students will be marked on their creativity, willingness to participate and effectiveness is creating an altered accompanying soundtrack.

    • 15 minutes


Reflection

Reflection

  • If this lesson has been successful, students should be able to:

  • Recognise that music plays a part in the portrayal of characters in a film, not just the action on screen

  • Use Apple GarageBand effectively

  • Enjoy the lesson and become motivated


Lesson two

Lesson Two

Description of Lesson

  • Using Microsoft PowerPoint, students are to create a slide presentation which is to accompany them as they deliver a 2 minute speech to their peers on a chosen topic.

  • Time allocated: 50 minutes


Initial sequence1

Initial Sequence

  • Distribute handout detailing basic functions of Microsoft PowerPoint. Students should be relatively familiar with PowerPoint as it has been frequently used in previous learning.

  • ACTIVITY. Students must now use this handout to create a 5-slide PowerPoint on a topic of their choice. The slideshow must show evidence of:

  • - Background colour

  • - Transitional effects

  • - Images and video

  • - Dot points

  • Ask students to submit their mini-slideshow into their folders in the public drive.

  • Select 3 students at random to then come to the front of the classroom and present their power point to the class.


Assessment

Assessment

  • Students must use their plot synopsis from their homework from last lesson to design a slideshow that will accompany a two minute speech presented to the class. Use of images and video are recommended. Students must be aware that the purpose of a PowerPoint slideshow is not for all the information to be on it; just the key points. The slideshow is to accompany, not dominate the presentation. The presentations will occur next week and will be formally assessed.


Review1

Review

  • The student will be marked on their ability to create an effective PowerPoint presentation with the use of transitions, images and appropriate use of information

  • Students must not read exactly what is written on their PowerPoint.

  • 15 minutes


Reflection1

Reflection

  • At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

  • Be fluent with Microsoft PowerPoint and its features

  • Outline the key parts in the article and present them accordingly

  • Have an improved speaking and listening skills


Lesson three

Lesson Three

Description of Lesson

Using Microsoft Word, students must provide peer feedback to student presentations.

Time Allocated: 50 minutes


Initial sequence2

Initial Sequence

  • Give students time to prepare their presentations for later in the lesson. Students should all have a USB with their PowerPoint presentations accompanying them.

  • Firstly, tell class how today will be a chance for peer feedback as well as simply being a listener.


Activity1

Activity

  • Students must now use the ‘Table’ feature on Microsoft Word to design a 2 column by 5 row table across a single page. The columns must be labelled ‘Student Name’ and ‘Feedback’. Students must use the ‘Insert rows below’ feature to add more rows for more students. Each student must write a one paragraph feedback sheet for each presenter.


Review2

Review

  • Student presentations will take place from here on

  • All remaining students must give feedback in their tables created.

  • Students must be aware that their feedback will be submitted and marked.


Reflection2

Reflection

  • At the end of the lesson, students should be able to:

  • Give confident feedback on a student presentation

  • Design a marking table using Microsoft Word

  • Understand more of the features of Microsoft Word

  • Gain an improved speaking and listening skill.


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