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Broadcast Production Technology (SCP) 793
Introduction to Television
TIME FRAME: 1 week
MAP LEVEL: 2
09.0 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
09.0 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
23.3 LANGUAGE ARTS - COMMUNICATING WITH OTHERS
01.4 THE ARTS - VISUAL ART
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
1.What is Broadcast Technology?
2.What makes up a quality production?
1. What is television is comprised of?
2. What is included in Production techniques?
3.What are the audiences you are targeting?
4. What are some of the argeting techniques for different levels of viewers.
5. Describe the basic care and use of cameras.
Students in Broadcast Production Technology will develop the ability to:
-- Show the general use and care of the video camera,
--demonstrate general planning of productions and how to gear productions towards intended audience,
--understand what television is and its impact on today and tomorrow's society,
-- demonstrate initial planning and storyboarding a concept.
All students will:
-- be instructed in the use of cameras in a studio environment,
--be exposed to various forms of persuasion used in the media industry,
--be instructed in the proper use of storyboards and planning sheets for production.
The student will be able to describe targeting techniques.
The student will be able to demonstrate how to properly use and care for a video camera.
The student will be able to describe what television is and its impact on today's society.
The student will demonstrate how to properly plan a production.
A typical assessment rubric for a project is as follows:
1 minute informational/Advertisement clip
1. 1-minute informational/Advertisement clip. Required time is 1 minute. 1 stand-in required. Script, storyboard, prop list are required. Piece will be viewed by whole class and critiqued. Limit Team of 3.
The purposes of this exercise are as follows:
1. Learn how to develop a preplan or script
2. Learn how to set shots (shoot to edit)
3. Learn how to add sound tracks
4. Learn how to use different tools specific to the program
5. Learn how to edit
6. Learn how to prepare set and props
You will be evaluated on the following points:
1. Description of project and storyboard(s) 20 points _____
2. Clear audio 20 points _____
3. Crisp video (no washouts, focus, composition, etc.) 20 points _____
4. Printed script, prop sheet, lighting grids 10 points _____
5. Proper time 10 points _____
6. Saved in AVI format on video server 20 points _____
Hands-on Grade Sub Total _____
1. Works constantly with no prompting, helps partner, is on task 95 ______
2. Sometimes needs prompting helps partner, mostly on task 85 ______
3. Not on task, needs to be constantly reminded to get on task 75 ______
4. Very limited participation 65 ______
5. No participation 55 ______
TOTAL SCORE ______
Industry publications such as VIDEO MAGAZINE