Unit 1 Lesson 1.4 - Renton School District

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DO NOW
•GET YOUR SPRINGBOARD BOOK
•CAREFULLY RIP OUT PAGE 11
•TAPE IT ONTO THE NEXT PAGE IN THE SALMON-COLORED SECTION
OF YOUR NOTES—YOU’LL EVENTUALLY NEED TO USE THE BACK, SO
TAKE THAT INTO ACCOUNT
LEARNING TARGETS
•IWBAT ANALYZE A DIRECTOR’S CHOICE OF VISUAL
TECHNIQUES IN A FILM.
•IWBAT CREATE MY OWN VISUAL FOR A WRINKLE IN TIME
USING A VARIETY OF VISUAL TECHNIQUES.
FRAMING:
BORDERS OF THE IMAGE: A SINGLE SHOT
CAN BE THOUGHT OF AS A FRAME FOR THE PICTURE.
SHOT:
A SINGLE PIECE OF FILM, UNINTERRUPTED BY CUTS.
Notice how many different shots make
up this scene from Frozen. Each time the
camera changes view, it is the beginning
of a new shot.
EXAMPLES OF LONG SHOT (LS), MEDIUM
SHOT (MS), CLOSE-UP SHOT (CU), AND
EXTREME CLOSE-UP SHOT (ECU)
Long Shot
Medium Shot
Long Shot
CAMERA ANGLES
CAMERA POINT OF VIEW
LIGHTING
ACADEMIC LANGUAGE GLOSSARY
•HIGHLIGHT THE DEFINITIONS ON THE SIDE OF THE
SPRINGBOARD PAGE (VISUAL TECHNIQUE AND
MOOD)
•ADD THEM TO THE APPROPRIATE PART OF YOUR
GLOSSARY
WHAT YOU NEED
•SPRINGBOARD BOOK
•NOTEBOOK
•WILLINGNESS TO DISCUSS MOVIE CLIPS
QUICK PAIR SHARE
•PRETEND YOU ARE DIRECTING AN ACTION MOVIE.
WHAT MOOD WOULD YOU WANT TO CREATE?
•WHAT COMBINATION OF VISUAL TECHNIQUES
WOULD YOU USE TO CREATE THAT MOOD?
IDENTIFY THE FILM MAKER’S VISUAL
TECHNIQUES
• ET CLIP?
DISCUSSION
•LOOK AT YOUR “WHY DO YOU THINK…” COLUMN
AND DISCUSS WHAT MOOD YOU THINK THE
AUTHOR IS CONVEYING THROUGH THE VISUAL
TECHNIQUES.
YOU
TRY…
•
WATCH THE EXCERPT FROM WALL-E. ANALYZE THE MOOD AND PROVIDE
TEXTUAL EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT YOUR THINKING.
• TOPIC SENTENCE:
• Disney-Pixar, the creator of WALL-E, creates a
________________ mood in the opening of the movie by using
___________ and _______________ .
• SUPPORTING EVIDENCE:
• For example, they use “______________________________________”
to convey/ show/ demonstrate ________________________________.
• REASONING:
• Connect the evidence to how it shows the mood you chose
YOU BE THE DIRECTOR
• On page 14 in your Springboard book, complete the graphic organizer. you are
the director of the film version of A Wrinkle in Time .
• Draft a visual of one frame in the lower box that represent imagery present in
the excerpt.
• Jot down the type of shot, angle and lighting you would use and explain why you
would use those techniques. finally connect it to how it connects to the mood in
the “intended effect” column.
• What you do not finish in class is homework, due tomorrow.

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