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Learning Objectives. - To create an animatic which follows the specified brief To understand how to blog effectively. ALPS/ Minimum Target Grades. Monitoring your progress in Media. ALPS is a crude data generator Grades are determined from your past progress

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learning objectives

Learning Objectives

- To create an animatic which follows the specified brief

To understand how to blog effectively

alps minimum target grades

ALPS/ Minimum Target Grades

Monitoring your progress in Media

ALPS is a crude data generator
  • Grades are determined from your past progress
  • They are generated externally by people you’ve never met
  • They are not subject-specific
  • Grades generated should not be viewed as target grades in the way they were in Year 11 (i.e. high aspirations)
  • These are MINIMUM target grades – you should be aiming at least as high, if not higher than the grade generated for you
progress tracking
Progress Tracking
  • Each student has been printed a graph on lilac paper consisting of grades and dates
  • Check your minimum target grade with me and shade in the row for the grade that corresponds with your minimum target grade (if your grade spans 2 grades e.g. B/C then shade in the block from mid-B to mid-C, ignoring B+ & C-)
ongoing records
Ongoing Records
  • It is intended that across both teachers of your subject, you will receive back at least one assessed piece of work each month
  • Using a different colour for each different unit (NOT necessarily different teachers) put a cross at the point where the grade received and the month meet
  • This will enable quick, clear mapping of the progress you are making in each unit
You need to take responsibility for the progress you make
  • If the grade you receive for a piece of work is below your minimum target grade, find out what YOU can do to improve
  • Mark schemes will help with this
  • You may want to redo a piece of work you don’t feel demonstrates your ability
  • These will be referred to at parents evenings and when it comes to deciding your actual predicted grades
induction task feedback
Induction Task Feedback
  • No need to recount the brief
  • Consider denotation and connotation
  • Ensure high/ low angle are referred to correctly
  • Be specific about shot types: a two-shot can be CU/MS/LS
  • Effects MUST be explained (think PEE)
  • Avoid repetition of the same point or phrase
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Induction Task Feedback
  • Avoid trite/ empty expressions
  • Better to focus on fewer aspects in more detail
  • Importance of lighting
  • EVERY decision should have been consciously and deliberately made to create/ enhance the effect
good examples
Good Examples
  • ‘both characters’ eyelines meet, this creates tension and represents the conflict between the two.’
bad examples
Bad examples
  • ‘The mise-en-scene is great because the lighting is great because you can see everything in the shot and the location is a classroom.’
expanding vocabulary
Expanding vocabulary
  • Instead of this shows, try this…
    • Conveys
    • Suggests
    • Implies
    • Portrays
    • Connotes
    • Signifies
  • Instead of showing, try
    • Conveying
    • Suggesting
    • Implying
    • Portraying
    • Connoting
    • Signifying
before filming you must have produced
Before filming you MUST have produced:
  • A detailed storyboard for every shot planned (at least 20 shots) HOMEWORK
  • An animatic with timings, effects & camera movements applied (iMovie: exported as M4V)
  • Musical score/ voiceover/ sound effects/ dialogue to accompany animatic
producing your animatic
Producing your animatic
  • Switch camera to close-up mode (flower)
  • Take photos of all your storyboard frames
  • Check they are all clear & in focus
  • Upload to a folder in your documents on Mac
  • Clear SD card. Return camera & card reader
  • Open iMovie. BEFORE importing photos from folder TURN OFF KEN BURNS EFFECT!! (file – project properties – initial photo placement: fit in frame
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Producing your animatic

7. Import photos from folder (NOT directly from camera)

8. Change timings to match intended shot duration

9. Use Ken Burns in specific shots to replicate camera movements e.g. zoom/ pan/ track

10. Insert transitions according to storyboard

11. Record any dialogue required (in iMovie)

12. Create score & sound effects in Garageband and insert

13. Export as M4V to AS folder. Transfer to shared area

  • For this production you will be required to set up and maintain your own blog, as a way of documenting all the stages of your production  
  • The aim of your blog is to document the stages of production in a critical and analytical way
  • This should NOT just be a list of decisions but instead you should make sure you give reasons for selection, rejection and revision of ideas
  • Your blog is worth 20% of the overall mark for your Foundation Portfolio
stages of blogging
Stages of blogging
  • Preliminary Task
  • Research
  • Planning
  • Pre-production
  • Production
  • Post-produciton
  • Analysis
  • Evaluation
setting up a blog
Setting up a blog
  • There are many blog hosts that you can use, and if you have a blog already and want to use the same provider for this task that is fine.
  • Recommended blog hosts are:
  • Wordpress: http://wordpress.com/signup/
  • Blogspot: http://www.blogger.com/home
  • Posterous: http://posterous.com/
the process is simple
The process is simple:
  • Think of a username that you will remember
  • Do the same with your password
  • Enter your email address
  • Click next
  • Choose your blog domain (This is the address that people will type in to find it. This cannot be changed at a later date, so make it a good one)
  • Choose your blog title (make this sensible and relevant please!)
  • Click sign up
  • You will then be sent an email with a link to confirm your account
  • Email us your blog address!!
  • You can now start blogging
  • TIP: choose a theme that enables video links & multimedia features
what makes a good blog
What makes a good blog?
  • Comprehensive account of processes – able to follow how all stages are progressing
  • Quality of research and planning - analytical
  • Use of still and moving images
  • Layout/use of colour – useful, not for the sake of it
  • Organisation – are posts easy to follow and find?
  • Frequency – blog is updates continually
  • http://zoe92.wordpress.com/
  • http://hollyamelialaurafoundationportfolio.blogspot.com/
  • http://www.chrisadamschrisadams.blogspot.com/
  • http://cmadell.wordpress.com/
first blog posts preliminary task
First Blog Posts: Preliminary Task
  • Use these headings to explain the process you have undertaken so far:
    • Previous filming experience (be concise)
    • Your interpretation of the brief (what you decided to do)
    • The storyboarding process
  • Complete today’s blog entry if unfinished – interpretation of brief and initial ideas
  • blog about your understanding of continuity techniques (180 degree rule; shot/ reverse shot/ eyeline match; math-on-action)
  • embed animatic from kingedmedia YouTube channel and explain how you used the continuity techniques within your storyboard and what effects are created

I will check your blogs on Tuesday 5th October, after 6:30 pm.

  • ensure actors/props/locations are organised for filming next lesson
embedding an animatic
Embedding an animatic
  • Your animatic will be posted on YouTube this evening
  • The next two slides should help you with how to do this
  • If you can’t work out how to upload your animatic contact me/come and see me

Click on ‘Embed’ to see the code. Copy this and paste it into your blog post. You may need to select the HTML editor to do this. See next slide for details.