Picture story: outdoor adventure: assessment

 |  Interactive Lesson  |  RAR

Published on 2014 April 23rd

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 or reveal things from 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. This assessment object is one in a series of four objects.
Students apply knowledge of how to adapt visual media in order to convey ideas and information to an audience.

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 4, Grade 3
Reading Comprehension Writing and Composition Viewing Comprehension
Make inferences and draw conslusions based on texts (pictures, title and content words) Make inferences and draw conclusions based from texts Use different sources of information in reading Interpret pictographs Write 2–3 sentences about the characters in a literary text listened to or read Write/ compose a news story Write/ compose an editorial

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Education Services Australia
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