Teaching Tv Production In A Digital World / Edition 2

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This guide has been completely updated with all of the latest technological advances to provide an exciting, alternative approach to teaching first-year television production to high school students. A combination of class instruction and independent video action projects based on the concept of thematic mapping prepares students for a year-end video competition. The projects borrow knowledge from other academic subject areas to teach media and visual literacy, broadcast history, video production skills, and multimedia animation. Available in both teacher and student editions.

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Meet the Author

ROBERT F. KENNY, Ph.D., heads the Media, Technology, and Engineering Department at Olympia High School, Orlando, Florida.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Class administration 1
Ch. 2 Developing a literacy for television and the media 33
Ch. 3 Equipment basics 87
Ch. 4 Writing for a visual medium 139
Ch. 5 Developing an acuity for a visual medium 169
Ch. 6 The birth of radio and television : a condensed history of broadcasting 197
Ch. 7 The production process : production planning as a variation on a common theme 245
App. A List of terms and corresponding lessons 291
App. B Daily activity sheet 307
App. C Equipment competency checklist 309
App. D ENG/segment footage log 311
App. E Interview worksheet 313
App. F Project and activity planning sheet 315
App. G Segment checklist/scorecard 317
App. H Portfolio assessment scorecards 321
App. I Storyboard worksheet 329
App. J Mediated resources used in this course 331
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