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    1. Bluford Series Movie

    3. Timeline Day 1 (Preview) - PowerPoint Introduction (20 minutes) - The student will complete a Web Quest on http://home.comcast.net/~dkreiger/ReadersTheaterWebquest/index.html (70 minutes) The students will need to use the library computer lab.

    4. Timeline Day 2 The students will be assigned into their groups and be given their role. The teacher will explain the specifics of each role and its rubric. (15 minutes) Each group will choose the time period they want to write their 10 page research papers over. The time periods available are Past (70, 80s 90s), Present (2000-Present), or Future (2050 or later). These will also be the time periods that the movie scripts or based upon. (15 minutes) Librarian Presentation on How to do good research (25 minutes) Library Individual Research (25 minutes)

    5. Timeline Day3 The students will continue to work on their research paper, and the teacher will check each students progress. Day 4 -The students will finish up their research and begin typing their 3 page research paper in the library computer lab. (90 minutes)

    6. Timeline Day 5 - The students will finish typing their research papers in the library computer lab. (60 minutes) -View Power Video 1.WRITE STUFF, THE: AUTHORS SHARE THEIR SECRETS - STORYTELLING WITH MASTER STORYTELLER JEFF GEREMaster storyteller Jeff Gere shows kids how to "wow" audiences with a well-told tale. Using puppets and his own elastic face, energy and a range of voices, Jeff en ... (item:VC20019 ) (20 minutes) Day 6 The students will complete the Moviemaker Web Quest. (90 minutes)

    7. Timeline Day 7 - The teacher will review the information of the Web Quests, storytelling video, and the novel, The Bully. (15 minutes) - The students will begin breaking into their individual roles as the scriptwriter, stage-director, costume/set designer, and editor. The students will work on their individual assignments. The students will have access to the four computers in the classroom and art supplies. The teacher will walk around to approve scripts, costumes, and music. (60 minutes)

    8. Timeline Day 8 -The students will continue working on their individual assignments. The stage directors will have access to the theater room in order to begin working on set designs for their portion of the movie. The other students will be working on their assignments. (60 minutes) -Each group will sign up for their date and time to tape their portion of the movie. The teacher will council with each group to make sure they are ready to tape by their desired date. (30 minutes)

    9. Timeline Day 9 -The students will continue to work on their individual products, and the stage directors will assign their actors/actresses. The students will be given the scripts to take home and become familiar with them. (70 minutes) Day 10 -The class will meet in the theater room and begin to tape the first groups portion of the movie. (45 minutes) -The class will meet in the theater room and begin to tape the second groups portion of the movie. (45 minutes)

    10. Timeline Day 11 -The class will meet in the theater room and begin to tape the third groups portion of the movie. (45 minutes) -The class will meet in the theater room and begin to tape the fourth groups portion of the movie. (45 minutes) Day12 -The class will meet in the theater room and begin to tape the fifth groups portion of the movie. (45 minutes) -The students will spend the remainder of the class period working on their individual assignments. (45 minutes)

    11. Timeline Day 13 -The students will meet in studio editing lab to use the Macintosh Computers to put the final touches to their portion of the movie. (70 minutes) -The students will create invitations to send to their friends and family by mail or email. (20 minutes) Day 14 -Two weeks later the students will have the movie premiere; therefore their friends and family will be able to view their movie.

    13. THE 70s If you choose the 70s, you must include the following pop culture influences in your research paper and film: -Music -Dancing -Popular Sayings -Popular Movies/Books/Magazines -New Technology and Gadgets -Popular Food and Restaurants -Political Events/People -Wars and Popular Beliefs -Teen Hangouts

    14. THE 80s If you choose the 80s, you must include the following pop culture influences in your research paper and film: -Music -Dancing -Popular Sayings -Popular Movies/Books/Magazines -New Technology and Gadgets -Popular Food and Restaurants -Political Events/People -Wars and Popular Beliefs -Teen Hangouts

    15. THE 90s If you choose the 90s, you must include the following pop culture influences in your research paper and film: -Music -Dancing -Popular Sayings -Popular Movies/Books/Magazines -New Technology and Gadgets -Popular Food and Restaurants -Political Events/People -Wars and Popular Beliefs -Teen Hangouts

    16. THE PRESENT If you choose the present, you must include the following pop culture influences in your research paper and film: -Music -Dancing -Popular Sayings -Popular Movies/Books/Magazines -New Technology and Gadgets -Popular Food and Restaurants -Political Events/People -Wars and Popular Beliefs -Teen Hangouts

    17. THE FUTURE If you choose the future, you must include the following pop culture influences in your research paper and film: -Find or Create Futuristic Music -Research or create futuristic Dances -Create a Popular Saying -Research and Create Futuristic Movies/Books/Magazines - Research New Technology and Gadgets -Create and Research Popular Food and Restaurants -Research Possible Political Events/People -Research Possible Wars and Popular Beliefs -Research Possible Teen Hangouts

    18. Suggested Titles 1970s Suggested Titles (0pen Hyperlink) 1980s Suggested Titles (Open Hyperlink) 1990s Suggested Titles (Open Hyperlink)

    19. Other Research Sources www.encyclopediabritannica.com www.gale.com www.Google.com www.mamma.com www.clusty.com www.dogpile.com

    20. Cooperative Learning Roles

    21. Scriptwriter - Create a three page script and a copy must be given to all actors/actresses and other crew members at least two days before recording. The script has the following: good mechanics, narration, story accuracy, character voice, good length, and creativity. All group members thoughts and ideas are heard and considered when creating the script. A ten question quiz over your groups portion of the play.

    22. Director Cast all the actors/actresses that will be needed for your recording. Organize lights, sounds, camcorders, and behind the scenes people that will be needed for your day of taping. Instruct all cast and crew members during your groups recording of their scenes. Make sure that all cast members names appear in credits, when put on film. Remember that you only have 45 minutes to film.

    23. Costume/Set Designer Design a stage set that represents the setting that your chapters of the book take place and in your assigned time period. ex. Bluford High in the 70s Before the taping make sure that props are set up in their correct places. Design costumes for the actors/actresses that represents teenagers of your groups researched time period. Include pop culture symbols, posters, colors, and designs of that time period. Make sure costumes and signs are school appropriate.

    24. Editor After filming, make sure that only appropriate and needed scenes are included. Each groups portion of the film should last 20-25 minutes. Pick relevant and school friendly music from the time period of your groups research to include in the sound track and background music of your portion of the film. Make sure that sound and clarity is accurate once put onto film. Burn the film onto DVD and make sure all appropriate credits are included.