Type:

Lesson Plan, Other

Description:

Bring the vocabulary of film to life through the processes of filmmaking. Students learn terminology and techniques simultaneously as they plan, film, and edit a short video.

Subjects:

  • Arts > General
  • Language Arts > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

Keywords:

6 to 8 | Lesson

Language:

English

Access Privileges:

Public - Available to anyone

License Deed:

Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial

Collections:

None
Update Standards?

4.1.1: Standards for the 21st-Century Learner

Read, view, and listen for pleasure and personal growth.

4.1.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Create and remember a dance sequence, then manipulate and alter the sequences to create a variation.

4.1.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Write or improvise short plays adapted from classroom literature that demonstrate the role conflict plays in drama.

4.1.1: District of Columbia Health Education Standards

Explain how exercising and getting enough sleep help people feel better emotionally.

4.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Science

Describe and investigate the different ways in which heat can be generated.

4.1.1: Indiana Physical Education Standards

Demonstrate mature movement patterns in locomotor, nonlocomotor, and manipulative skills.

4.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Health & Wellness

Explain the connection between behaviors and personal health.

4.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Mathematics

Count, read, write, compare and plot whole numbers using words, models, number lines and expanded form.

4.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards Social Studies

Identify and compare the major early cultures that existed in the region that became Indiana prior to contact with Europeans. (Individuals, Society and Culture)

4.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Visual Art

Identify the relationship between a work of art and the geography and characteristics of the culture; identifying where, when, and by whom the work was made (focus: Indiana history).

4.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards Music

Sing while maintaining good breath control, pitch, diction, tone quality, and posture.

4.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards English/Language Arts

Read aloud grade-level-appropriate literary and informational texts with fluency and accuracy and with appropriate timing, changes in voice, and expression.

4.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Dance

Demonstrate increased kinesthetic awareness (body awareness) through coordination, concentration, and isolation of various body parts.

4.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Theatre

Explore the unique way theatre can be used to understand the history of Indiana and its people.

4.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Visual Arts

Identify the relationship between a work of art and the geography and characteristics of the culture; and identify where, when, and by whom the work was made (focus: Indiana history).

4.1.1: Louisiana PreK-Grade 12 Social Studies

Construct timelines of historical events

4.1.1: Maryland English Core Learning Goals

The student will state and explain a personal response to a given text.

4.1.1: Maryland Science Core Learning Goals

The student will analyze the structure of the atom and describe the characteristics of the particles found there.

4.1.1: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

Crisis in the Classical World – Explain the responses to common forces of change that led to the ultimate collapse of classical empires and discuss the consequences of their collapse. (See 4.3.3; 4.3.4; 4.3.5)

4.1.1: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

Identify and evaluate major foreign policy positions that have characterized the United States' relations with the world (e.g., isolated nation, imperial power, world leader) in light of foundational values and principles, provide examples of how they were implemented and their consequences (e.g., Spanish- American War, Cold War containment) (See USHG 6.2; 7.2; 8.1.2; 9.2.1).

4.1.1: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

Scarcity and Opportunity Costs – Apply concepts of scarcity and opportunity costs to personal financial decision making.

4.1.1: North Dakota Health Content Standards

Explain the cycle of growth and development in humans from infancy to late adulthood

4.1.1: North Dakota Physical Education Content Standards

Demonstrate mature form in leaping (i.e., momentary balance on right and left foot)

4.1.1: North Dakota Social Studies Content Standards

Interpret and compare maps (e.g., political, physical, thematic) of North Dakota

4.1.1: North Dakota Science Content Standards

Explain changes in the real world using a model (e.g., erosion, volcano, stream table, wing designs for airplanes)

4.1.1: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

Recognize differences between sound systems of language(s) studied and the native language (i.e., alphabet, cognates, letter blends).

4.1.1: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

Recognize ways in which classical, modern and native languages contribute to or influence English (e.g., identify examples of borrowed words, similar grammatical patterning, borrowed idioms or figures of speech).

4.1.1: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

Use writing systems, mechanics and formats correctly, identifying areas of similarity, difference, and borrowing between native and target languages.

4.1.1: North Dakota Dance Content Standards

Use dance elements to expand movement experiences.

4.1.1: North Dakota Drama Content Standards

Know examples of published and non-published fiction and non-fiction.

4.1.1: North Dakota Music Content Standards

Sing independently on pitch and in rhythm.

4.1.1: North Dakota Visual Arts Content Standards

Know differences between visual art media
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