Using Movies & Videos in the Classroom

Movies & Videos are an excellent way to engage students in learning. They can help students think critically about media and their use in a classroom. However, before using them in a class, make sure your teacher knows the rules about using them.

If you’re planning to create a video in your classroom, it’s a good idea to ask your technology department for guidance. You’ll also need to decide on a format for your project. A DVD can be a good choice, but a digital file can be easier to edit.

In order to make a movie, you’ll need a camera, film, and editing software. It’s also important to consider the quality of your live sound. Good audio can make an average movie really stand out. But if you don’t have a high-quality live sound, you can still make a great movie by adding background music and a voiceover.

The key to making a great video is planning. First, you’ll want to decide on a concept for your movie. Next, you’ll need to figure out a story to tell.

You can start by finding clips to use in your project. Use them to create a rough cut of your movie. Make sure you save a copy of the final version.

While you’re creating your video, you’ll want to plan out your shooting day. You’ll also need to figure out how to keep your camera steady. This can be done with a tripod or reflectors.