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MIAP 3, Quarter 1
Big Ideas/Key Concepts:
SAFETY IN THE AUDIO ENVIRONMENT
VIDEO FILE MANAGEMENT
BASIC VIDEO RECORDING
LOCATION SOUND
VIDEO EDITING
FOLEY
ADR
Standards
Student Friendly “I Can” Statements
Week 1
1)
Explain the intended use of equipment available in the
classroom. Demonstrate how to properly inspect, use, and maintain
safe operating procedures with equipment. Incorporate safety
procedures and complete a written safety test with 100 percent
accuracy. (TN Reading 3, 4; TN Writing 9)
2)
Determine the safety considerations for working both in the
studio and in the field. Create a hazard assessment checklist and
perform safety inspections for various environments, including a
classroom studio and live performance environment. (TN Reading 3,
4; TN Writing 4, 8)
I can identify the safety considerations in a live and studio audio
environment.
I can define key terms related to potential hazards in a working audio
environment.
I can create a checklist of potential hazards in a recording studio
I can create a checklist of potential hazards in live audio environment
I can perform a safety inspection of a working environment using a
safety checklist.
Week 2
4)
Demonstrate common procedures to manage digital files and
distinguish between the various types of digital video, image, and
audio files. Describe file storage in cameras and calculate the amount
of recording time a device can hold based on the settings. Log,
upload, and organize video resources in preparation for editing,
converting file formats as necessary. Utilize online file management
I can evaluate and explain the difference and the specific application
of various digital files.
I can calculate the size of storage needed based on the intended
parameters and use.
I can use established file management practices to manage a project.
I can use established back up techniques to protect work.
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services to backup files. (TN Reading 3, 4, 9; TN Writing6, 9; Math NQ)
Week 3 & 4
3)
Demonstrate the ability to use industry equipment to record
video. Select and set up the most appropriate production equipment
for a chosen production location. Properly use the appropriate
equipment, camera and microphone techniques, and composition
principles to capture video and audio according to a pre-production
plan. (TN Reading 3, 4)
I can use professional equipment to create a basic video project.
I can create a pre-production plan to inform the steps for a video
project.
Week 5
6)
Examine the process, methods, and tools of location sound.
Identify and explain the roles of the location sound crew. Review and
assess the sound schedule for a production or feature film. (TN
Reading 4, 5; TN Writing 2, 6)
I can describe the proper methods of gathering location sound.
I can determine a workable schedule for location sound based on a
production schedule.
Week 6 & 7
5)
Perform basic software operations to edit videos, including
assembling clips for proper sequencing, applying transition effects,
and inserting basic text to enhance video (i.e. captions and credits).
Utilize digital video and/or audio editing software to individually
perform post-production procedures to create a short production,
such as a three-minute film, news report, or radio broadcast. (TN
Reading 3, 4, 7; TN Writing 4, 6)
I can demonstrate the ability to create a finished video product,
including: editing, inserting transitions and other effects.
I can demonstrate the ability to use professional editing software to
create a video product.
Week 8
8)
Demonstrate familiarity with Foley. Create a cue sheet for
Foley recording. Spot and prepare to record Foley for a simple scene.
Prepare a physical studio space for Foley recording. Direct and record
a Foley session in ProTools. (TN Reading 4, 7; TN Writing 2)
I can demonstrate the ability to use a DAW to record Foley audio.
I can create a session template for a typical recording session
involving sound enhancement.
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Week 9
7)
Demonstrate knowledge of production dialogue and ADR.
Demonstrate ability to record voice over for announcer in a
QuickTime Movie, including preparing the physical studio space for
voice recording. Demonstrate familiarity with an ADR cue sheet,
including how to create and follow a cue sheet. (TN Reading 1, 2)
I can demonstrate familiarity with Automated Dialogue Replacement
in a video production.
I can create a cue sheet and journal that logs different techniques for
miking a particular sound source, and their relative success or
otherwise
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