Screen Technology one
To give students a practical understanding of the technical skills and knowledge required to produce screen-based work..
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Blended – methods will involve online activities, portfolio, tutorials, lectures, workshops, group activities, guest speakers, field trips, critiques, collaborative projects, as appropriate
- Learning and Teaching Resource
- • Teaching spaces with industry standard computers
• Teaching spaces with projection/presentation facilities
• Domain-specific software and tools
• Domain-specific equipment including cameras, tripods, Lighting kits, and edit suites
- Learning Outcomes
- 1. Demonstrate proficiency across a range of production tools
2. Analyse and apply codes and conventions of a range of screen practices.
3. Demonstrate ability to act and think through a reflective process
4. Create and integrate a broad range of content in response to a project brief.
- • Structure and processes of video camera and handling techniques
• Studio and exterior lighting strategies
• Sound recording.
• Postproduction sound.
• Postproduction editing skills.
• Documentary production.
• Screen industry analysis
• Communication with a range of cultures including Maori
- Assessment Criteria
- The portfolio comprises multiple components. Students must complete all assessments and gain an overall mark of 50% in order to pass this module.