DML Expectations: *Reserve dates and times for use by clicking on Reservation Form above and completing. *Attend a quick info tutorial and consultation before using lab. *Use equipment like shown during tutorial. Failure to do so could result in privilege of using and payment for damages if they occur. *All users must adhere to Ray Pec's Technology and Internet Use Policy. *No food or drink in lab and no more than 6 people in the lab at one time. *Leave the area clean like you found it.
Types of Videos: 1. One Take Video: purpose is to quickly record a video and doesn’t take much editing if any at all. Video can be taken with phone, ipad, computer, etc. In our DML recommend Photo Booth for these. 2. Audio Slideshows: video that has multiple images with audio like music or narration and usually is no longer than 3-5 minutes. Popular programs include Animoto and You Tube which are not device specific. Ipad apps include Shadow Puppet and 30 Hands. 3. Whiteboard/Screencast Instructional Video: style used for explaining something. Some programs include PixiClip, Screen Chomp, ClariSketch, Knowmia Teach, Screencast-O-Matic, Jing, Educreation, and Camtasia. Our DML has Camtasia 2 and is really one of the most comprehensive programs. 4. Animated Videos: used to bring stories to life. Programs include: Tellagami, Wideo, and Scratch. 5. Stopmotion and Time Lapse Videos: Stopmotion is great for showing how things happen from frame to frame. Time Lapse Videos is great for showing a lengthy process. Some programs include JellyCam, OSnap, and Parapara Animation. 6. Documentary Film Video: used for longer video projects like documentary, news report, and telling a fiction or nonfiction story. Some programs include IMovie on Apple products, Windows Movie Maker on Windows projects, and WeVideo on a chromebook. Our DML has IMovie and it is a great program for this.
Book Commercials or Trailers Elements: *Title & Author *Hook *Important Characters *Setting *Introduce Conflict/Plot *Cliffhanger *Citation Slide
Use the Storyboard to plan out what you will be doing.
Booktalk Tips #1 Read your book thoroughly #2 Open Strong #3 Find a hook (think of some element that especially interested you and would your peers) #4 Don't give it all away (great to end with a cliffhanger) #5 Enhance your presentation with props #6 Suggest other great reads (If you liked _______ then you'll love this!)