Art Concept Videos for school website
In order to be “college and career ready,” students must be able to navigate the internet and create multimedia presentations designed for a specific audience. Senior CADD students will use photos and video clips to demonstrate an art concept, mapping out the steps and script. Using an iPad video program, Videolicious, they will sort the slides, narrate the concepts, and (optional) add a soundtrack.
The process will reinforce the students' knowledge of the art concept and give them another technology tool to use for school projects. The videos may be used to introduce or reinforce techniques for future art classes.
ORMS: OCC - Use elements of design to persuade or inform an audience
CCSS: Presentation of knowledge and ideas: make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations.
ORMS: OCC - Create a multimedia presentation designed to persuade, entertain or instruct and audience
CCSS: Production and distribution of writing: Use technology, including the internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.
- iPads with Videolicious app installed
- In pairs, students will plan their presentation using a "storyboard" format, matching images with descriptions.
- Students will watch the Videolicious* tutorial
- Students will navigate the internet to collect images and/or videos for their presentation, or they will take photos of each other demonstrating the art technique.
- Students will
- Demonstrate steps in order
- Use clear language and images to illustrate the concept
- email the completed project to Ms. Gomes (art teacher)
CCSS ELA-2.1 Students recognize how literary devices and conventions engage the reader
CCSS ELA- 3.1 Students use descriptive, narrative, expository, persuasive and poetic modes
1. Choose a handful of photographs.
2. Push the start button and start talking. You will be recording yourself. Touch each picture as you talk about it. After the final picture, touch the screen and you will see yourself talking again to wrap up the video.
3. Add a soundtrack using the public domain soundtrack music on the program.
Videos use a maximum of 10 slides/videos and can be up to one minute long.
Experiment with photographs. Sometimes parts are cut off.