Teaching Digital Video Production at GCSE Teaching Digital Video Production at GCSE

This practical guide will develop teacher confidence in facilitating students' creative video production. This practical guide will develop teacher confidence in facilitating students' creative video production.
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This practical guide will develop teacher confidence in facilitating students' creative video production. It provides a detailed introduction to video production for teachers who are new to the area and experienced practitioners who need to refresh their skills and keep up to date with current best practice. The book includes:
· Key terms in video production and principles
· Advice on pre-production, production and post-production
· Information on equipment to use in teaching video production
· Practical advice on approaches to teaching video production and classroom management strategies

The schemes of work and case studies make links to the key concepts of genre, audience and representation, and focus on producing
· A film trailer,
· A television advertisement,
· A two-minute documentary piece
· A television news package

The guide is supported by extensive online resources to help the busy teacher get the most out of their students.

PLEASE NOTE THE LOGIN PAGE FOR THE DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES HAVE CHANGED: http://old.bfi.org.uk/education/teaching/gcse/teachingdigivid/download.php

This practical guide will develop teacher confidence in facilitating students' creative video production. It provides a detailed introduction to video production for teachers who are new to the area and experienced practitioners who need to refresh their skills and keep up to date with current best practice. The book includes:
· Key terms in video production and principles
· Advice on pre-production, production and post-production
· Information on equipment to use in teaching video production
· Practical advice on approaches to teaching video production and classroom management strategies

The schemes of work and case studies make links to the key concepts of genre, audience and representation, and focus on producing
· A film trailer,
· A television advertisement,
· A two-minute documentary piece
· A television news package

The guide is supported by extensive online resources to help the busy teacher get the most out of their students.

PLEASE NOTE THE LOGIN PAGE FOR THE DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES HAVE CHANGED: http://old.bfi.org.uk/education/teaching/gcse/teachingdigivid/download.php

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SKU 9781844571529
Author(s) M L White
Publisher(s) BFI Education
Editor(s) Vivienne Clark (Series ed)
Format Paperback
Original publication date 2008
Number of pages 140

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