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TE 810 Design and Development of Instruction. By Justine Agaloos. Instructional Goal. Identify the parts and functions of a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) Camera. Needs Assessment. What is: What should be: The “gap”:. What is:.

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Te 810 design and development of instruction

TE 810Design and Development of Instruction

By Justine Agaloos


Instructional goal

Instructional Goal

  • Identify the parts and functions of a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) Camera


Needs assessment

Needs Assessment

  • What is:

  • What should be:

  • The “gap”:


What is

What is:

  • Students are unable to know the DSLR parts and functions.


What should be

What Should Be:

  • Photography is important to society because it allows people to record historical events, share and communicate.


The gap

The “gap”

  • Students are unable to identify the lens, body, flash, viewfinder and shutter release and the functions.


Learner analysis

Learner Analysis

  • The learners are college students taking an elective visual arts class.

  • There are no expectations for the students to know the basic parts of the camera.


Instructional analysis identifying parts of dslr camera and the functions

Instructional AnalysisIdentifying Parts of DSLR Camera and the functions


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Instructional AnalysisIdentifying Parts of DSLR Camera and the functions (Continued)


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Instructional AnalysisIdentifying Parts of DSLR Camera and the functions (Continued)


Objective

Objective

  • The student can identify the lens, body, flash, viewfinder, and shutter release on a Digital Single Lens Reflex camera.


Assessment

Assessment

  • Students will be given a Nikon or Canon DSLR camera and will be able to perform and explain the functions.


1 1a objective

1.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the lens on a DSLR camera.


1 1a assessment

1.1a Assessment

  • Student will be asked to identify the lens on a DSLR camera.


1 1b objective

1.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the body on a DSLR camera.


1 1b assessment

1.1b Assessment

  • Student will be asked to identify the body on a DSLR camera.


1 1c objective

1.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the shutter release on a DSLR camera.


1 1c assessment

1.1c Assessment

  • Student will be asked to identify the shutter release on a DSLR camera.


1 1d objective

1.1d Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the viewfinder on a DSLR camera.


1 1d assessment

1.1d Assessment

  • Student will be asked to identify the viewfinder on a DSLR camera.


1 1e objective

1.1e Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the flash on a DSLR camera.


1 1e assessment

1.1e Assessment

  • Student will be asked to identify the flash on a DSLR camera.


2 0 objective

2.0 Objective

The student will be able to identify lens, body, shutter release, viewfinder, and flash on a DSLR camera and explain the function.


2 0 assessment

2.0 Assessment

  • The student will given a DSLR camera and name all the basic parts and perform their functions.


2 1a objective

2.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the lens on the DSLR camera and understand the function.


2 1a assessment

2.1a Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the lens and then explain how light enters through the lens to capture focus.


2 1b objective

2.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the body on the DSLR camera and understand the function.


2 1b assessment

2.1b Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the body and then explain how it is the main portion of the camera which connects to all camera parts.


2 1c objective

2.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the shutter release on the DSLR camera and understand the function.


2 1c assessment

2.1c Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the shutter release and then explain how it is the button that releases the shutter and captures the image.


2 1d objective

2.1d Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the viewfinder on the DSLR camera and understand the function.


2 1d assessment

2.1d Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the viewfinder and explain the purpose of it as a main visual source for image-taking.


2 1e objective

2.1e Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the flash on the DSLR camera and understand the function.


2 1e assessment

2.1e Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the flash and explain it provides extra light during dim settings.


3 0 objective

3.0 Objective

  • The student will understand and use photography terms.


3 0 assessment

3.0 Assessment

  • Students will be ask to define the photography terms and correctly use them.


3 1a objective

3.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to correctly choose the photo of the right amount of exposure. Exposure is the amount of light on a film or sensor.


3 1a assessment

3.1a Assessment

  • The student will be shown 3 different images varying from different types of exposure from over-exposed to under-exposed photos. The student will correctly choose the photo at the correct exposure.


3 1b objective

3.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to explain and identify depth of field which is target of focus, for photography.


3 1b assessment

3.1b Assessment

  • The student will be shown 3 different images varying from different types of depth of field. The student will correctly choose the photo with a balanced depth of field.


3 1c objective

3.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to explain and identify aperture, which is the opening of lens that light shines through when a photo is taken.


3 1c assessment

3.1c Assessment

  • The student will be shown f-stops on a standard scale in which each increase represents an aperture that allows half as much light to get through. The student will be shown 3 photos and with multiple choice they must use the proper f-stop for lighting conditions.


3 1d objective

3.1d Objective

  • The student will be able to use focus during manual setting.


3 1d assessment

3.1d Assessment

  • The student must successfully take a photo of an object in focus when the DSLR is in manual mode.


3 1e objective

3.1e Objective

  • The student will be able to explain and adjust white balance.


3 1e assessment

3.1e Assessment

  • The student will be able to perform white balance by aiming the camera at a white piece of paper.


4 0 objective

4.0 Objective

  • The student will be given a DSLR camera to adjust the lens in manual setting.


4 0 assessment

4.0 Assessment

  • The student will use the DSLR camera to adjust the lens to focus on an object in manual setting.


4 1a objective

4.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to zoom from a far distance using the lens on the DSLR camera.


4 1a assessment

4.1a Assessment

  • The student will capture a photo using the lens in manual mode to zoom at a scenic location.


4 1b objective

4.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to use a macro lens with the DSLR camera and take a photo of a close-up object.


4 1b assessment

4.1b Assessment

  • The student will capture a photo of a close-up object using a macro lens on a DSLR camera.


4 1c objective

4.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to identify types of special purpose lenses used for different focal lengths.


4 1c assessment

4.1c Assessment

  • The student will be able to name the types of special purpose lenses for different focal lengths.


5 0 objective

5.0 Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the body of the DSLR camera.


5 0 assessment

5.0 Assessment

  • The student will be able to recognize the camera body for digital single lens reflex parts.


5 1a objective

5.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to recognize interchangeable parts for a DSLR camera from film cameras and point-and-shoot cameras.


5 1a assessment

5.1a Assessment

  • The student will able to use interchangeable parts for DSLR cameras.


5 1b objective

5.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to understand what the acronym “DSLR” stands for.


5 1b assessment

5.1b Assessment

  • The student will be able to vocalize and write down the acronym for “DSLR” as Digital Single Lens Reflex.


5 1c objective

5.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the DSLR main portion of the body as the camera core.


5 1c assessment

5.1c Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the DSLR main camera core.


6 0 objective

6.0 Objective

  • The student will identify and locate the push-button release on a DSLR camera.


6 0 assessment

6.0 Assessment

  • The student will identify and perform the shutter release on a DSLR camera.


6 1a objective

6.1a Objective

  • The student will understand the function of the push-button release.


6 1a assessment

6.1a Assessment

  • The student will be able to capture a photo using the push-button release.


6 1b objective

6.1b Objective

  • The student will able to understand shutter speed on a DSLR camera.


6 1b assessment

6.1b Assessment

  • The student will be able to adjust the shutter speed on the DSLR camera.


6 1c objective

6.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to understand how to adjust shutter speed settings to capture a photo of a moving object without blur.


6 1c assessment

6.1c Assessment

  • The student will be able to capture a photo of a moving object without blur.


7 0 objective

7.0 Objective

  • The student will be able to identify the location of the viewfinder on a DSLR camera.


7 0 assessment

7.0 Assessment

  • The student will be able to perform how to look through the viewfinder to capture a photo.


7 1a objective

7.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to center an object within the viewfinder also known as composition.


7 1a assessment

7.1a Assessment

  • The student will be able to capture a photo with the object in the center of the photo.


7 1b objective

7.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the LCD, liquid crystal display, on the DSLR camera.


7 1b assessment

7.1b Assessment

  • The student will be able to identify and locate the LCD screen on the DSLR camera.


7 1c objective

7.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to identify how to turn on the live view on the LCD screen of the DSLR camera.


7 1c assessment

7.1c Assessment

  • The student will be able to locate the button to turn on the live view on the LCD screen of the DSLR camera.


8 0 objective

8.0 Objective

  • The student will be able to understand how to use the artificial flash on the DSLR camera.


8 0 assessment

8.0 Assessment

  • The student will be able to capture a photograph using the DSLR camera flash.


8 1a objective

8.1a Objective

  • The student will be able to manually turn on the artificial flash in a dark setting.


8 1a assessment

8.1a Assessment

  • The student will perform how to turn on the flash in a dark setting.


8 1b objective

8.1b Objective

  • The student will be able to understand that the flash is an artificial light.


8 1b assessment

8.1b Assessment

  • The student will be able to differentiate between artificial light and natural light.


8 1c objective

8.1c Objective

  • The student will be able to locate the electronic flash unit on the DLSR camera.


8 1c assessment

8.1c Assessment

  • The student will locate the electronic flash unit on the DSLR camera.


9 0 objective

9.0 Objective

  • The student will demonstrate mastery of the DSLR camera functions and identify the parts.


9 0 assessment

9.0 Assessment

  • The student will be able to capture photos using the DSLR camera, locating the parts, and using the functions.


9 1a objective

9.1a Objective

  • The student will practice using the DSLR camera and using its functions to create photography in the elective visual arts class.


9 1a assessment

9.1a Assessment

  • The instructor will give a test with multiple choice, fill-in the blanks, and oral examination for the students to locate the parts of the DSLR camera and understand the functions.


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