Video and Sound Production Skills in the Classroom
Today’s students are media savvy. They listen to music, take pictures with cell phones and cameras, play electronic games, use the computer to download songs and view videos, and watch movies and television. They are avid consumers of a variety of media in their leisure time. What better way of hooking their interest than to integrate and develop these video and sound production skills in a meaningful learning environment?
Media production engages and excites students.
Creating media through video and sound production has many advantages.
- incite the interest of all students, including those with learning challenges
- practice the planning process
- develop social and group work skills
- improve communication skills
- foster self-esteem and self-awareness
- sharpen critical thinking
There are many products your students can create using video and sound production equipment and software.
When selecting a product you want students to create using a video and sound production program, it is essential to determine the technology skills that are required. In addition, you must consider the students’ grade level and previous computer experience prior to selecting a task. Video and sound production skills can be grouped into basic and advanced levels of difficulty.
|Basic Video and Sound Production Skills:
||Advanced Video and Sound Production Skills
Using media that is relevant to students inspires interest and authentic learning experiences. With very basic equipment, video and sound production skills can be integrated into any level of technology curriculum. All quiet on the set! Lights! Camera! Action!