Film Weeks 13-19 Fall

Weekly Activities Schedule

Week 19 (Jan. 23-27)


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Week 18 (Jan. 17-20)

  • Fri:WatchThe Story of Film Episode5:Post-War Cinema
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
      • ShowThe Story of Film Episode5:Post-War Cinemaup to: 3rd: 30:00
      • Remind students that theIndependent Study (IS) sample paper handed to you in class in due Monday at the beginnig of class Monday
      • Share that the The Story of Film is really a giant IS project
        • The narrator makes a point and supports it with examples from films around the world over and over throughout every episode
        • Pay attention to this and think about topics that interest you for your IS project
    • YOUDO
      • Createblog postThe Story of Film Episode5:Post-War Cinema
      • Placethis sub-heading:
        • 1939-1952: The Devastation of War...And a New Movie Language
      • Embeda Creative Commons image that represents this content fromSearch.CreativeCommons.org
      • Takenotes on elements that strike an interest in you under each heading
        • Rememberyou have 90 seconds before short term memory usually fades, capture your ideas in your blog before they fade
      • Readthe Independent Study (IS) sample paper handed to you in class and score it with theIS Rubric and Scoring Evidence Sheet
        • It is dueMONDAY, Jan. 23rdat the beginning of class
  • Wed-Thurs: Record Your Film Presentation and Score the IS Sample Paper (handed out in class)
    • Warm Up
      • Get Ready for presentation on the computer with GarageBand or recording with Le Duc in the Sound Room
    • IDO
      • Hand out Sample Independent Study (IS) Paper and Scoring Rubric
      • Share Tutorial forRecording with GarageBand, Exporting, Uploading to Soundcloud and Embedding in Blog Post
      • Pre-prepared work: Any student who reads out their presentation from a prepared document or fails to adhere to the specified time allocation cannot be awarded a mark within the top two markbands at SL. Notes may be used to aid memory, but the student must be sufficiently secure with their knowledge and understanding for the presentation to be more than reading out an essay. - IB Film Guide, Page 28
      • IB Candidate ID #:
        • Claire 000986-0021
        • Kameron 000986-0022
        • Zo 000986-0009
        • Samuel R 000986-0011
        • Mitchell 000986-0016
        • Shannon 000986-0036
        • Zachary 000986-0037
        • Abby 000986-0039
        • Samuel D 000986-0058
        • Jenna000986-0060
        • Paige 000986-0040
    • WEDO
      • Help each other with technical issues of recording
    • YOUDO
      • Create a blog post titled, NAME OF MOVIE Presentation
        • Record your presentation in Garageband or another audio recording system
          • Be sure to name the film
          • Be sure to identify the 5 minute section of the film you are talking about
        • Embed your recording from Soundcloud
        • Write a few sentences about your project
        • DUE BY: 10 PM Wednesday night
      • When completed with Presentation Project:
        • Read the Independent Study (IS) sample paper handed to you in class and score it with the IS Rubric and Scoring Evidence Sheet
        • It is due MONDAY, Jan. 23rd at the beginning of class
      • IB Testers
        • Great a Google Doc with information for each field on the PDF document linked below
        • Presentation Form (PDF)
          • Mr. Le Duc has your IB number and the Session number - you do not need to fill this in

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Week 17 (Jan. 9-13)


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Week 16 (Jan. 3-6)


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WINTER BREAK

Week 15 (Dec.12-16)

  • Mon:ContinueArt of the Interview Citizen Kane Research and Analysis Project
    • Warm Up
    • IDO
    • WEDO
      • Answerquestions
    • YOUDO
      • WatchCinematographyVideos from Looking at Movies (about 43 minutes total for all clips)
        • Watchthe videos for Chapter 6
          1. Seeing the Light (9:34)
          2. Shot Types and Implied Proximity (6:13)
          3. Camera Angles (6:09)
          4. Point of View (5:07)
          5. Zoom and Moving Camera Effects (6:01)
          6. The Moving Camera (4:32)
          7. Focal Length (5:16)
      • Analyze your Citizen Kane clip again with what you just learned about editing and sound
      • Add toblog postCitizen KaneAnalysis
        • Underheading:
          • Cinematography
        • Publish by 10 PM tonight

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Week 14 (Dec.5-9)

  • Fri:ContinueArt of the Interview Citizen Kane Research and Analysis Project
    • YOUDO
      • SNOW DAY HOMEWORK:
      • WatchSound and EditingVideos (about 52 minutes to watch all clips)
        • Watch the videos for Chapter 8
          1. Evolution of Editing - Continuity and Classical Cutting (13:40)
          2. Evolution of Editing - Montage (13:07)
          3. The Kuleshov Experiment (10:12)
          4. The 180 Degree Rule (4:03)
          5. Editing Techniques in Snapshot (5:18)
        • Watch the video for Chapter 9
          1. Sound in Snapshot (5:14)
      • Analyze your Citizen Kane clip again with what you just learned about editing and sound
      • Add toblog postCitizen KaneAnalysis
        • Underheading:
          • Sound and Editing
        • Publish by 10 PM tonight, Friday, Dec. 9th

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Week 13 (Nov. 28 - Dec.2)


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