Gr. 9 Film Techniques in "UP"

What meaning can we gain from film Techniques?

Student Targets were shared for our Up film study.  Click on the link to access "UP Student Targets"

Students watched "UP" this week.  During their viewing we identified memorable scenes and recorded ideas using the organizer below:


To demonstrate what we already know about film techniques grade 9's used Lucidpress, Canva or a Google Slide to create a bumper sticker.  Monday we will complete a gallery walk of our work then fill in any gaps in our understanding.

Student's named the scene, stated the dominant feeling and listed one or two techniques used in the scene that contributed to the feeling.


On Monday LA classes will go through a Google Slide show to better understand the following techniques:
  • Framing
  • Proxemics & Lighting
  • Film Shots
  • Editing
  • Angles
Students can preview this slide show by clicking on the following Link:  "Film Techniques: What meaning can we gain from film techniques?"


Students will choose a film technique to become an expert in and then teach the rest of their group members their technique.  Graphic Organizers for each Film Technique can be accessed below and in Google Classroom:
We will be working in groups to present 3 examples of our assigned film techniques to the class.  Our presentations will take the form of a Google Slide show.  See image below:


Students will give each other feedback for the content of their presentations using the following Outcome Based Feedback Form on MONDAY, December 7, 2015:











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