The Production Process:

Preproduction

Brainstorm

Select a media type

Write a focus sentence

Activate prior knowledge

Research

Review the meaning

Create a script or storyboard

Validate

Adjust / Edit

Production

Create the media from plan

Include appropriate elements

Use the Writing Process if...

Postproduction:

Re edit / Adjust

Present / share

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Production

– create the media text using resources and taking into account the elements decided upon during the preproduction stage, including the focus sentence.

create a script  or    storyboard

Checklist:
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Have you assembled the resources you may need: the storyboard or script, reserved the equipment, found the software or online tools you will need?

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Did you verify the language; spell check, check pronunciation of difficult words, review writing, etc.

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Make a few practice runs and don't be discouraged if things take time to perfect.

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Create your production.

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Review the elements decided upon during the preproduction phase including the focus sentence.

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Create the media text using strategies and resources.

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Review the elements decided upon during the preproduction phase including the focus sentence.

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Use media conventions and techniques such as images, symbols, signs, logos and narration.

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use a group log to keep traces of process and learning throughout all phases of production (e.g. note down decisions made by the group, list of materials needed, questions for the teacher)

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Validate the preliminary version of the production by presenting it to a sample audience (e.g. small group of peers, teacher) for feedback.

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Edit and add final touches.

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Take feedback from sample audience into account.

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Links:
  1. Production Web Tools  

  2. Story Telling  

  3. Online File conversion:ZamZar

  4. Tutorials

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Create a Presentation on: _________at NeoK12

 

 

 
  1. LetterPop  Examples The choices are vast, from newsletters and invitations to catalogues, newsletters and travel journals.

  2. Issuu  Explore a world of publications by people and publishers alike. Collect, share and publish in a format designed to make your documents look their very best/

  3. Writing.com Free memberships are available to everyone. Each membership includes an online writing portfolio, numerous online publishing tools, email services and the chance to meet and bond with fresh creative minds, just like you!

  4. Scribd  upload and publish documents online

  5. Buzzword -collaborative authoring for documents online

  6. Writing Tools listing

  7. Templates / Models... Microsoft offers templates for its various Office programs found in most schools- some specifically related to teaching and others with a more general focus.
    Visit http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/results.aspx?qu=teaching&av=TPL000 and http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CT101485751033.aspx

 

WIKIs:
  1. View What is a Wiki?  and check out the Related Videos on the same page. Refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikis Read through the articles on   Wikis  and view this video. Giving everyone a say!
  2. These sites allow anyone to participate in elaborating content – from a story to an encyclopedia. Try one – a never ending story where everyone adds a paragraph or begin with a contentious statement – Elvis was and is the greatest singer of all times – and invite others to support or refute.  Set up a free wiki ( Wikispaces ) and invite the class to participate, send us the address before the weekend so we can have time to try it.
  3. Wikispaces - For Educators
  4. Free Wiki Websites for Enterprise, Educational or Personal Use
  5. Domaine des langues (Quebec)
 
Blogs
  1. Blogs -This is another type of ICT resource available to allow the teacher and students interact through writing and media. Students can have their own blog to post projects and assignments and are able to receive feedback from the teacher, peers and parents. Blogs can be open to all or restricted.  Investigate the possibilities of BLOGS,
  2. Video; Blogs in Plain English
  3. http://supportblogging.com/Links+to+School+Bloggers
  4. http://educationalsoftware.wikispaces.com/EduBlogs
  5. http://www.classroom20.com/forum/topic/listForTag?tag=blogging
  6. Edublogs  http://learnerblogs.org/ : made by educators for educators
  7. 21Classes – Free Classroom and Education Blogs - Home
  8.  Website for your Classroom
  9. » edublogs.org – free education blogs to anyone who wants them
  10. ¨Blogger: Create your free blog  
  11. ¨Blogger is a free blog publishing tool from Google for easily sharing your thoughts with the world. Blogger makes it simple to post text, photos and video ...
     Sign Up - Claim your blog ¨www.blogger.com/ -
  12. ¨21Classes – Free Classroom and Education Blogs - Home  
  13. ¨WordPress.com » Get a Free Blog Here  
  14. ¨Free blogs managed by the developers of the WordPress software. Includes custom design templates, integrated statistics, automatic spam protection and other ...
    wordpress.com/ -
 

 

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