Instructional Use of Video Video Selection Video Production
Why use video as an instructional resource? • Manipulate Time • Compression of Time • Expansion of Time • Manipulate Space • Microcosm • macrocosm • Animation • Persistence of vision
What are the advantages of using video as an instructional resource? • Check page 315-316 of the text to find the advantages
What are the limitations of using video as an instructional resource? • Check pages 316 to find the Limitations.
Where can a teacher go to find video evaluation information? • Media specialist or library clerk • School district • Catalogue • http://www.libraryvideo.com
How can teachers produce video? • Identify topic and how it ties to lesson objectives. • Prepare a storyboard • Locate necessary equipment and make sure that they are prepared. • Shoot video • Edit video • Save video in correct format
Video Tips • Optimize the lighting situation. • Avoid prolonging one clip. • Use still images wisely in transitions. • Avoid going overboard with transitions between clips. • Use jump cuts wisely. • When the exact prop is not available, improvise wisely.
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Sound Tips • Do not expect much from camcorder microphone. • Make good use of voice over. • During your shoot, pace yourself, with a team member reading the narration. • If appropriate edit music into your video as well.