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Film-and-Video-Studies

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Welcome to Film and Video Studies (IDC3O1)

 

Course Details

This course enables students to understand and demonstrate basic concepts in film study and video production.  Through individual and collaborative inquiry and research, students will develop information literacy skills in analyzing, selecting, evaluating and communicating information. 

 

This course combines all the expectations of the Interdisciplinary Studies, Grade 11, Open course with a relevant selection of expectations from other disciplines including dramatic arts, media arts, media studies, literacy skills, English, and Guidance and Career Studies.   Further information about this course can be found at the Ontario Ministry of Education Website: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/secondary/english 

 

 

Units of Study include:


Early Cinema and Cinematic Techniques

  

Understanding Film

 

Documentary Films

 

Animation

  

Careers in Film

 

Video Production

 

Film-Viewing 

 

 

Term Work

70%

Knowledge & Understanding 

15%

Communication

15%

Thinking/Inquiry

15%

Applications/Making Connections

25%

Final Evaluation

30%

Culminating Task

20%

Exam

10%

 

Term Work may include but is not limited to:             70%

 

 

Task

Achievement Chart

Due Date

Viewing Journal

K/U, T/I, C, A

 

 

Glossary

K/U

 

 

Timeline of Film firsts

K/U, T/I, C, A

 

 

Textbook review questions

K/U, T/I

 

 

Safety quiz

K/U

 

 

Career Presentation

K/U, T/I, C

 

 

Video Production --proposal

                        --pre-production

                        --production

                        --post-production

 

 

The following are some of the possibilities:  video collage, animation, documentary, commercials

K/U, T/I, C, A

 

 

 

 

Cumulative Evaluation:   30%

 

Task

Achievement Chart

Due Date

Culminating Task – 20%

A, K/U, T/I, C

 

 

Final Exam –10%

K/U, T/I, C,

 

 

 

Assessment and Evaluation:

Ongoing assessment will occur to allow students the opportunity to be successful. Students will be evaluated in four categories of the achievement chart (found at the link above). See the Evaluation Plan on the second page for more information. Students will be given an update of their mark regularly. 

link to curriculum document

 

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