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Unit  I  

 

9-11 Tribute Video   Production

12   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 remember events like 9-11?

 

Who were on the front lines of the attack at home   here in the US?

 

How are you going to best portray the events of 9-11 in a way that is informative, impactful and  convey the heroism of the men and   women who had to deal with the aftermath?

 

 

 

Research the internet for facts on   9-11

 

Use ProShow Producer to edit pictures

 

Use Adobe Premier to edit video and   for outputting their productions

 

 

 

 

Respond to questions posed by teacher

 

Work in small groups, collaborate

 

Witness students performing task at hand

 

Circulate around room   checking students are on task.

 

Weekly Class   Participation grade

 

 

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Unit 2

 

Morning Intro Highlight Video

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is it important   to produce an exciting intro segment to a newscast?

 

 What makes for an eye catching intro   highlight video?

 

What are some editing techniques   that will enhance the production?

 

Why is important to   use appropriate music for the selected scenes?

 

Use Adobe Premier for classroom projects

 

Create entertaining and eye catching productions.

 

Output final projects to DVD

 

Import music that is appropriate for video production

 

 

Respond to questions posed by teacher

 

Work in small groups,   collaborate

 

Witness students   performing hands on training of safe equipment usage.

 

Video production   rubric

 

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Unit 3

Morning   News Segment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 it important   to produce an exciting intro segment to a newscast?

 

 What makes for an eye catching intro   highlight video?

 

What are some editing   techniques that will enhance the production?

 

Why is important to   use appropriate music for the selected scenes?

 

Why would we want to   interview people for various stories?

 

Why is it so important   to get as much footage as possible and is just one interview enough for   support your story?

 

 

 

 

Identify a topic for their news   segment project

 

Use a Boom Microphone for good sound   quality during interview

 

Conduct a proper interview by   establishing the correct camera angles

 

Edit production using Adobe Premiere

 

Add B-roll footage to enhance production

 

Properly handle a camera tripod

 

 

Respond to questions posed by teacher

 

Work in small groups,   collaborate

 

Work with students and   assist with productions  needs

 

Witness students   performing hands on training of safe equipment usage.

 

Video production   rubric

 

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Unit 4

 

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 5

 

Independent   Video

Producions

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are the reasons   colleges are interested in recruiting videos.

 

Why do we need to   promote our school and or clubs.

 

What does it matter if   we archive our family and friends in video productions?

 

 

 

There is a value for   creating an individual highlights video for self marketing to colleges.

 

Video productions can   be gratifying and appreciated by the view.

 

 

 

Respond to questions posed by teacher

 

Independent Video   Production Rubric

 

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Unit 6

 

Mr. WD   Production

 

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 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.

 

 

Mr. West   Deptford  Rubric

 

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Unit 7


  Volleyball

Marathon

 

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 film and create a highlight video of the   event

 

Why does giving back to the community make you a better citizen.

 

What effects can yo add to the production to enhance its   appearance

 

 

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

 

 

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Unit 8

 

Independent

Video   Producions

 

 

 

 

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 the reasons   colleges are interested in recruiting videos.

 

Why do we need to   promote our school and or clubs.

 

What does it matter if   we archive our family and friends in video productions?

 

 

 

 

Understand the  value of creating an individual highlights   video for self marketing to colleges.

 

Video productions can   be gratifying and appreciated by the view.

 

 

 

Respond to questions posed by teacher

 

Independent Video   Production Rubric

 

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Unit 9

 

Prom Edit

Final

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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