Picture story: outdoor adventure: assessment: teacher guide


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Picture story: outdoor adventure: assessment (L9673)
Description Test your ability to create a movie from a still picture by choosing shots and camera moves. As a practice task, use software tools to recreate a movie about horseriding. See how combinations of camera shots can hide things from, or reveal things to, the audience and create mood. Apply these skills to an assessment by telling a story using a different photo. Choose a title, outline the story and describe the mood and feelings your film will convey. Select three elements of the photo as shots and sequence them on a storyboard. Add camera moves such as pans and jump cuts between the shots. Write explanations of how your choices of shot and movement help to tell your story.
Year level/s 3–4
Learning objectives
  • Students apply knowledge of how to adapt visual media in order to convey ideas and information to an audience.
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