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Podcasting and Video

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Podcasting and Video


This week's activities must be completed by March 16, 2009.  Plan to spend about 1.5 - 2 hours on this week's work.  NOTE: Podcasts and videos will take approximately the same amount of planning time.  However, a video may take a little longer to produce (next week).  You know your schedule and your interests.  Choose wisely.

This Week's Activities


  • Contribute to or comment on the Podcast and Video Rubric
  • Plan a lesson/unit that involves student-created movies or podcasts.  Include the following in your plan:
    • The content area you expect to teach as well as the grade level of the students
    • The Utah Core Curriculum Goals or Standards that you will address.
    • How much time will students spend on this project insides and outside of class?
    • What precautions will you take to protect your students' safety (especially relevant if work will be uploaded to a website)?
    • How will you manage/grade student participation?
    • A script for the sample 3 minute podcast or video that you will create next week.  (The purpose of this podcast/video is to demonstrate your competence with the technology and to provide your students with a model of what you are expecting from them).  In general, 1 page of formatted script = 1 minutes of screen time.  NOTE: I won't be evaluating you on your use of proper script format.  However, you may want to take a stab at it.  It could be an interesting motivational tool for those of your students who dream of fame and fortune in Hollywood; Hollywood executives won't read an improperly formatted screenplay.
    • A storyboard (stick figures are fine) showing the kinds of images you plan to use for your enhanced podcast or the shots that you will need to take for your video.  You will probably want to scan your storyboard.


Comments (2)

Meghan Christensen said

at 11:19 am on Mar 16, 2009

Are we supposed to email you the lesson plan and storyboard?

kamccollum@... said

at 10:24 pm on Mar 17, 2009

@Meghan - Yes, unless you share it with me using Google Docs.

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