PhotoVideo - Spring

Weekly Activities Schedule

Week 19 (June 10-14)


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Week 18 (June 3-7)

  • Fri: Work on Videos or Other Class Work
  • Tues-Thurs:PresentandEvaluateDocumentaries
  • Mon: Create Blog Post and Fill In Rubric Form
    • Create blog post titled, 'My Documentary Final'
      • Write a small paragraph explaining:
        • The subject of the video - 1 Point
        • What you learned - 1 Point
      • Link to video - 1 Point
    • Use theDocumentary Rubricto assess student videos
      • Place name on the rubric
      • Circle five row's titles to select which elements of the rubric you want to use to measure success in your project
      • Hand back to Mr. Le Duc

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Week 17 (May 28-31)

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Week 16 (May 20-24)

  • Fri: Work on Projects
  • Thurs: Work on Projects
  • Wed: Work on Projects
  • Tues:Workon Projects
  • Mon: Work on Project
    • Create a blog post titled,Documentary Project Update
    • Blog post rubric
      • 1 - Not Complex, no flow, doesnt make sense
      • 2 - Moderate complexity, attempt at flow
      • 3 - Complex, flows, makes sense
      • 4 - Very Complex, flows, and makes sense

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Week 15 (May 13-17)

  • Fri: Work on Projects
  • Thurs: Work on Projects
  • Wed: Work on Projects
  • Tues:FinishBlog Posts Updates and Work on Project
    • Blog post rubric
      • 1 - Not Complex, no flow, doesnt make sense
      • 2 - Moderate complexity, attempt at flow
      • 3 - Complex, flows, makes sense
      • 4 - Very Complex, flows, and makes sense
  • Mon: Work on Projects and Update Blog Post

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Week 14 (May 6-9)

  • Thurs: Work on Project
    • TakeThe Bully Survey
    • Prepare evidence of your weekly on task activity
    • We will make a blog post titled, Documentary Project Update, on Monday demonstrating how we met our weekly goal(s)
      • You could use a screenshot and text explaining what is in the screenshot?
      • You could write about what you accmplished IN DETAIL?
      • You could have a testimonial from a family member what you have done so far?
      • You could have a YouTube clip of your work so far?
      • You could have an image andtext explaining what is in the image?
      • Or other ideas that make a clear, concise and convincing case that you deserve credit for your progress, so far
  • Wed: Work on Project
  • Tues:Workon Project
  • Mon:ReviewProject Progress
    • Check inwith Mr. Le Duc on what's working and what's not
    • Mr. Le Duc hands back feedback forms

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Week 13 (Apr. 29 - May 3)

  • Wed-Fri: Workon Your Documentary
  • Tues: Schedule Your Weekly Goals
    • Compose a blog post with your goals listed
    • Where do you want to be by:
      • Friday May 3?
      • Friday May 10?
      • Friday May 17?
      • Friday May 24?
  • Mon: Check Project Schedule
    • Set weekly goals to help finish your project
    • Help build project rubric

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Week 12 (Apr. 22-24)

  • Mon-Wed:DebriefProject Work and Review Project Proposals Criteria
    • Updategrades and hand back feedback forms
    • Workon projects
    • Fill in the Documentary Survey again to update your topic

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Week 11 (Apr. 15-19)

  • Fri: Pick and JustifyYour Final Project - Due Monday
    • Today Mr. Le Duc wants you to create a blog titled, My Final Proposal
      • He wants to know what you want to do for your final project
        • Your project could be the documentary we talked about a couple months ago. It could also be a photograhy-based project. You choose.
      • The project will be due the first week of June. We will spend some class time on the project, but it is an expectation that you spend time outside of class, as well.
      • The project must include either photography or video skills you have developed this year.
      • The following resources and layout come fromHow to Write a Project Proposal from eHow.com
        • "A project proposal is a document that is written with a specific purpose in mind: to convince someone that a project can and should be completed. Although there isn't a universal format for project proposals, many elements in proposals are important, and often, mandatory. Above all else, you must remember that a project proposal is an argument. If you don't present a viable and logical argument, your proposal will likely be rejected."
      • Grade scale for each section -3 Point Scale
        • 1 - Little or no detail, spelling or grammar errors
        • 2 - Some detail, little or no spelling or grammar errors
        • 3 - Detailed, well written, no spelling or grammar errors
      • Required sections in the blog post
        • Introduction (3 Points)
          • This should be a brief description of the overall project and a statement about why it is a relevant and important project.
        • Background(3 Points)
          • If there is research or other similar projects related to your own proposal, you must include this information. Including this shows the reader that you have done your homework and are knowledgeable about your topic.
        • Proposed Work(3 Points)
          • This includes the entire scope of the project and the details related to each component of the project. Include a list of project outcomes. This allows the reader to see tangible results from your project.
        • Project Timeline(3 Points)
          • The timeline should be based on each component of the project. Include information about how long a component of a project will take, who will be responsible for completing the task and the specific dates associated with a task.
        • Conclusion(3 Points)
          • Conclude by stating the significance of the project. Tell the reader how your project will directly impact or improve the reader's life.
  • Mon-Thurs:Composea Blog Post Titled, Photo Contest Entries
    • Pick 3 categoriesfrom thePhoto Contest Form
    • Take3 pictures,1 from each category you picked
      • Use your massive, amazing photography skills to capture each image
    • Scoring
      • Pictures uploaded to Flickr and linked by URL (embedded) into blog post(3 Points)
      • Flickr camera settings for each image(3 Points)
      • Writeparagraph(1 Point)
        • Detail what you did(1 Point)and
        • What you learned(1 Point)
      • Useproper grammar(1 Point)

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Week 10 (Apr. 8-12)

  • Fri:AssessBlog Posts
  • Thurs: Review Projects and Discuss Photo Contests and Leadership
  • Tues-Wed:Workon Projects
    • Please be on task with your project work
    • Project blog posts are due this Friday
  • Mon: Review Work From Before Break

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Week 9 (Mar. 25-29)

  • Thurs: StartBlog Post Titled, Photo Contest Concept #2
    • Focus on taking 3 pictures of that include point on focus and depth of field
  • Wed: Review Article and Review Student Photos From Last Week
  • Tues: Read Photo Article
  • Mon: FinishBlog Post Titled, Photo Contest Concept #1
    • Takethree pictures, upload to Flickr and embed in blog
      • Pictures (3 Points)
      • Settings (3 Points)
    • Write paragraph(1 Point)
      • Detail What you did(1 Point)and
      • What you learned(1 Point)
    • Useproper grammar(1 Point)

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Week 8 (Mar. 18-22)

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Week 7 (Mar. 11-15)

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Week 6 (Mar. 4-8)

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Week 5 (Feb. 25-28)

  • Thurs: Complete VideoMaker ProjectBlog Post
  • Wed: Work on VideoMaker Project
    • Sharebandwidth issues and YouTube
  • Tues: Work on VideoMaker Project
  • Mon: Work on VideoMaker Project

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Week 4 (Feb. 19-22)

  • Thurs: Work on VideoMaker Project
    • TakeStudent Survey#5
    • Storyboard ideas
    • Compose a shot list
    • Write and notes or dialog you may need
    • Begin shooting
  • Tues-Wed: ReviewVideoMaker Project Blog Posts for Ideas
    • Work on VideoMaker Project

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Week 3 (Feb. 11-14)

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Week 2 (Feb. 4-8)

  • Wed-Fri: Fun Creative Days!
    • Create something using a create tool in class
    • Demonstrate creation tomorrow with a brief explanation
  • Tues: Review Steps to Create a Documentary
  • Mon:Research Steps to Create a Documentary
    • Create a blog post titled, How to Film A Documentary
    • Include a detailed step by step checklist
    • Include links back to your research sources
      • Be careful to not plagiarize!
    • We will compare your list with the classes tomorrow

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Week 1 (Jan. 28 - Feb. 1)

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