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Unit  I  

 

Intro to Class

2   days

 

The production Process

5   days

 

The Production Team

5   days


  Looking Through The Camaera

5   days\

 

VFA

Video Footage Assignment

20   days

 

 

37   Days

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze   the importance of health, safety and environmental management systems,   policies

and   procedures common in arts, audio/video technology and communications   activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What   are your expectations in taking this course

 

What are the   three phases of the production process?

 

What is the   difference in brainstorming & clustering?

 

What are the   advantages in using the production model?

 

What are the   key positions on the production team?

 

What is the   difference between above the line & below the line personnel?

 

 

 

Who are the   members of the pre-production  &   post production teams?

 

Why is it   important to know how to properly load and operate a camera and tripod?

 

What are the   advantages of using different camera angles and positions?

 

What are some   of the things we should look for when viewing a professional video

 

Why is it   important to edit you raw footage?

What can be   done in the editing process to enhance your production?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Identify   course projects for the year.

 

Become   familiar with classroom and studio layout

 

Witness   the comparison between  student and   professional productions

 

Understand   the Production Process.

Identify   the steps in the Effect to Cause Model.

 

Identify   various Production team members, their rolls & responsibilities

 

Properly handle   a camera tripod

 

Use Adobe   Premier for classroom projects

 

 

 

  •   Class notes and participation

 

  •   Chapter 1 quiz

 

  •   Chapter 2 quiz

 

  •   Hands On Equipment Demo

 

  •   Video footage Assignment

 

  •   Cutting of video into various clips

 

  •   Addition of titles, & Transitions

 

  •   Output production as an

                     .AVI file

 

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Unit 2

 

Homecoming Production

 

17   days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

Why is it important to edit RAW Footage?

 

How can you make your video production standout form   the others?

 

What are some techniques that can enhance your final   edit

 

Why is it important to have the right music choice   when editing a particular scene?

 

How can you utilize graphics and text to maximize   your impact on the viewer?

 

 

 

Edit RAW Footage of the Homecoming   Pep Rally or dance into a 6-8 minute highlight of the event.

 

Utilize Adobe Premiere to achieve   their editing needs.

 

Understand that editing is not only a   “technical” ability but also a “creative” one as well

 

Edit music as well as video to enhance their   productions.

 

Output production as an

  .AVI file

 

 

  •   Daily   participation

 

  •   Homecoming   Rubric  ie:

 

  •   10 minute   production time limit highlighting weekend events

 

  •   Addition of all   titles and graphics

 

  •   Use of   transitions

 

  •   Music editing

 

 

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Unit 3

 

Pro-Show Producer

 

Photo Montage

 

21   days

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why would Photoshop be a good tool to use for   scanning and editing pictures?

 

What would an interactive DVD menu add to your   overall production?

 

What kind of design elements would enhance the   packaging of your Photo Montage DVD?

 

Why is it important to choose the appropriate music   for your type of production?

 

Why is it important to scan & crop family pics

 

How does Pro Show   Producer differ from Adobe Premiere

 

Crop, scan and edit   photos.

Import digital   pictures and adjust in Photoshop.

Import edited   pictures into Pro Show Producer.

 

Select appropriate   music for their production

Edit photos into a   photomontage with GFX, MX & transitions

 

Export Photo Montage   into DVD

 

Create DVD menus in   Pro Show Producer

Use Photoshop to design DVD cover and disc artwork.

 

  •   Circulate   around room checking students are on task.

                    

  •   Assist   individual and small groups with specific problems during the production.

 

  •   Weekly  Class participation

 

  •   Final   production in DVD format

 

  •   Custom Artwork   on cover and Disc

 

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Unit 4:

How To:

 

Instructional Video

 

12-15 days

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video technology   and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is the   advantaged are creating an instructional video?

 

What products   can you name that create instructional video and place in their packaging?

 

What are some   different types of effects that can be utilized in the production of an   instructional video?

 

What are the   production equipment that would be needed in this type of production?

 

 

 

 

Create a   brainstorm list of possible production ideas.

 

Write a script   of the spoken word for thie video.

 

 

Create a   storyboard depicting the scenes within their production.

 

 

Film and edit   production.

 

Add titles,   graphics, transitions and voiceovers to production

 

  •   Hand in Script and storyboard

 

  •   Raw footage due date

 

  •   Class participation

 

  •   Final production rubric

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Unit 5:

 

Mid term

Production

 

Mr. WD

 

8 days

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

Why is it   important to know how to import clips in Adobe Premiere?

 

Can you quickly   and efficiently edit raw footage into an overview of the event in a given   amount of time?

 

How to the use   of swipes affect the production?

 

Why are titles   important in the overall production value of a show?

 

 

Quickly and   efficiently edit a production in a given amount of time.

 

Demonstrate   they can add titles and music to a production.

 

Show they   understand how to create a video production from start to finish using Adobe   Premiere.

 

 

 

  •   Mid Term Rubric

 

  •   Class participation

 

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Unit 6:

 

PSA Competition

 

15 days

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What would be some reasons the Highway task force   would want to create a video competition for HS students?

 

 

What are some things to consider in creating a 30   second  PSA?

 

How can Adobe premiere be used in the production of   a PSA and what tools could be used to enhance the production?

 

 

Understand the   dangers of

 

*Driving under   the influence

* Driving   Distracted

* The GDL   (Graduated Drivers license)

 

Quickly and   efficiently edit a production in a given amount of time.

 

Demonstrate   they can add titles and music to a production.

 

Show they   understand how to create a video production from start to finish using Adobe   Premiere.

 

 

  •   Class   participation

 

  •   Production   Outline

 

  •   Finished PSA   Rubric

 

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Unit 7:

 

:30 & :60

Commercials

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

Can students   distinguish between different styles of commercials?

 

What is meant   by knowing you demographic in relation to commercials?

 

What makes a   successful commrecial?

 

How can the use   of voice over’s and text enhance a commercial?

 

What production   techniques could be used to capture the audiences attention?

 

 

Distinguish   between the various commercials discussed in class.

 

Convey an idea   that promotes a product, service or event into a 30 second and a 60 sec   commercial.

 

Do market   research on a product or service that will aid in promoting that product

 

  •   Class participation

 

  •   Production Outline

 

  •   Finished Commercial Rubric

 

 

 

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Unit 8:

 

Concept  Video

Production

 

 

14 days

 

 

 

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

Why is it   important for musicians and bands to create music Videos?

 

 

How is a   concept video different from an a traditional music video?

 

What are some   examples of a concept video.

 

What editing   techniques can you use to enhance your concept video?

 

Who is the   taget audience for your production and how can that affect your editing?

 

 

 

 

 

Use their   creative abilities and create an entertaining concept video that show their   interpretations on the song.

 

Create an   advance production using adobe premiere and showcase to other students.

 

Utilize all the   tools,transitions and affects that premiere has to offer

 

  •    
  •   Class participation

 

  •   Production Outline

 

  •   Finished Concept Video    Rubric

 

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Unit 9:

 

Lyric  Video

Production

 

 

14 days

 

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

Why would   someone put lyrics on a video production?

 

How can putting   lyrics on a song enhance its commercial appeal?

 

What are some   techniques that could be used in premiere to create titles?

 

What happens if   the audio and text aren’t synced?

 

Creatively make   titles of the lyrics that are matched to the song.

 

Choose a song   and download it from youtube and then insert into production at correct   aspect ratio and scale.

 

Output   production as a complete avi file

 

 

 

 

  •   Class participation

 

  •   Production Outline

 

  •   Lyric Video Rubric

 

 

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Unit 10:

 

Career report

& Presentation

 

 

10 days

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

What does the   Bureau of labor and Statistics have to do with careers?

 

What are some   careers that you would like to pursue?

 

Why is it   important to know about the job prospect of a career in the future?

 

IS is important   to you to know the mean, median and mode salaries of a career of your   choosing?

 

What are the   advantages of speaking off a teleprompter?

 

How does   speaking infront of a crowd prepare you for life?

 

Know something   about a career of their choosing.

 

Speak   intelligently about an occupation.

 

Gain experience   as a new anchor person by reading their report on camera off the   teleprompter.

 

Also gain   experience working in the control room as    a producer for others who are reading their reports in studio.

 

 

  •   Class  participation

 

  •   Production Outline

 

  •   Career report & presentation    Rubric

 

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Unit 11:

 

Portfolio DVD

 

 

10 days

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

Why is it   important to have a collection of your video productions throughout the year?

 

What post   production skills are need to create a custom DVD?

 

What program   would be best suited for DVD authorization?

 

What is the   advantage of using Adobe Encore within the Adobe Suite CS5?

 

Which Adobe   program is use to create the cover and disc art and whay advantages does that   program have over paint or similar programs?

 

 

Create a custom   portfolio DVD that showcases each of their projects throughout the year.

 

Use Adobe   Encore & Photoshop to creatively product the cover, disc and menu art for   their DVD

 

Output their   productions in a format that best suits their needs, whether it be for DVD,   YouTube or a website or social media

 

Showcase their   production to colleges or trade schools requiring a demo of their work.

 

 

 

 

  •   Class  participation

 

  •   Production Outline

 

  •   Career report & presentation    Rubric

 

  •   Burned & Printed Final DVD

 

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Unit 12:

 

Prom Edit EXAM

 

 

5 days

 

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.1   -  Describe the history, terminology,   occupations and value of audio, video and film technology.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.2   Demonstrate the use of basic tools and equipment used in audio, video and   film production.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.3   Demonstrate technical support skills for audio, video and/or film   productions.

 

9.3.12.AR‐AV.4   Design an audio, video and/or film production.

 

9.3.12.AR.2

Analyze the importance of health, safety and   environmental management systems, policies

and procedures common in arts, audio/video   technology and communications activities and

facilities.

 

 

 

 

What makes for   a good production?

 

What skills are   needed to become a good editor?

 

How does choice   of music effect the overall enjoyment value of a production?

 

What can be   done to enhance an average piece of raw footage?

 

How can the use   of titles and motion backgrounds be used in your final exam?

 

What are some   of the key moments of the prom RAW footage?

 

What is the   phrase “take a lot use a little mean when referring to video editing?

 

 

 

 

Effectively and   efficiently create a highlight video of the prom.

 

Create titles   and graphics of the prom court.

 

Showcase their   editing skills in the production of the prom edit. 

 

Output their   production to the correct folder on the video drive.

 

 

 

 

  •   Prom Rubric

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