“What’s Wrong With This Quarter”
Topics: US History
Audience: Elementary School Students
Goal: Use Adobe Premiere to create a short lesson about Missouri history.
Reflection: “What’s Wrong With This Quarter?” helps students use technology to create an comprehensive lesson that incorporates an element of entertainment.
“Well done Danielle re-creating the Quarter video. Love your background theme! You did a nice job following the script and storyboard sequence in order to produce the movie. The images are clear and easy to see throughout the video. I lie the images you found and integrated within the video. Your narration flows nicely using a nice steady pace. Well done using your pointer within the video to spotlight facts. Nice work adding the credits at the end. Thanks for sharing.”
M. Lynn, Instructor
- Prepare location for project files
- Script and storyboard
- Create and assemble slides
- Record narration
- Shoot video
- Import video from external devise
- Edit video in Premiere Pro
- Render the movie
- Two artifacts
To create a one-minute movie, “What’s Wrong With This Quarter,” to initiate research on the geographical and historical information depicted in the Missouri quarter. I’ve provided the script for you to use.
Use a video camera or any kind of recording device and create/edit a video that includes live-action clips (not animated or computer-generated video), audio recording/narration and still images.