Provides an introduction to video production for teachers who are new to the area, and experienced practitioners who need to refresh their skills. This 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; and more.
M.L. White is currently working on a PhD looking at how young people use digital video in formal and informal education. She previously taught in secondary schools and has a range of experiences working with young people on digital video projects. Outside of formal education M.L. White has collaborated with a number of organisations working with inner city youth in both London and New York.
Introduction.- Assessment contexts.- How to use this guide.- Schemes of work.- 1. Introduction to DV production.- 2. Producing a film trailer.- 3. Producing two minutes of a documentary film.- 4. Producing a local television news package.- Part 1 Background.- Defining the field.- A rationale for teaching DV production.- Getting started.- Planning for DV production.- Part 2 Equipment.- Changing technologies.- DV in the classroom.- Filming.- Editing.- Technical basics.- Part 3 Principles.- The 'reel' world.- The classroom world.- Pre-production.- Production.- Post-production.- Evaluation and assessment.