Module 16 – Arts, Media, Entertainment on the Cutting Edge: Creating an Innovative CTE Pathway

Overview

PRE-PRODUCTION

Media module

Welcome to PART 1 of Creativity at the Core, Module 16 – Arts, Media, Entertainment on the Cutting Edge: Creating an Innovative CTE Pathway brought to you by Media Center for Arts, Education and Technology (A department of The Monterey County Office of Education) in collaboration with Hartnell College.

Module 16 is designed to assist teachers by providing them with the information needed to develop their own lesson plans for K-14 students.  You will find definitions and examples of what video production entails.  This module provides a wealth of information – including websites links and videos – to help the instructor understand the video making process and be able to take their knowledge and apply it in their classroom lessons.

This module is organized in three parts: Pre-Production, Production, and Post-Production.

This section is Part 1:  Pre-Production.

The Presentation Chart will give you an entire overview of the module (available under Downloads).

Tutorial:  Click here for a video overview of this module. The video will cover the video/filmmaking concept, create excitement, and reassure educators. The ultimate career goal is technical competence and when completed, students will earn a certificate as qualified videographer with a video portfolio. The training program represented here extends from grades 7 to 14.  It combines academic skills, such as critical thinking, with hands-on “know how”.  This module will show you both what is needed and what can be accomplished at every grade level.

Click here for a tutorial introduction to Part I: Pre-Production.

Part 1: Pre-Production   

  1. It Starts with a Story (the nature of narrative; the immediacy of the project told visually and narratively)
  2. Working as a team: who does what, commitment, and owning your task (importance of team, time, deadlines)
  3. Counting the Cost: making a production on every kind of budget
  4. Research Your Story: interviews, authority, archives, and investigations.
  5. Intellectual Property: media release forms; legal issues, plagiarism
  6. Storyboards and Scripts (drafting the story). Adding camera shots, lights and sound design to your script


Click Here for Part 2: Production

Click Here for Part 3: Post-Production

 

Standards

Read about the Common Core Plus Standards in the Standards document under Downloads.

Credits

  • Hamish Tyler, MCAET Director and Region 5 Arts Lead, Monterey County Office of Education
  • Marnie J. Glazier, Ph.D., Hartnell Theatre & Cinema Faculty Lead
  • Susanne Burns, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Faculty Lead

Student Assistants:

  • John C. Glazier, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Faculty
  • Hoshimi Ames, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Student
  • Vanessa Flores, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Student
  • Nancy Garcia Camarena, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Student
  • Jose Navarrete, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Student
  • Daniel Ramirez, Hartnell College Theatre & Cinema Student
  • Omar Gallardo, CSUMB Cinematic Arts and Technology Student
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