Media Literacy Spring Production

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Media Literacy Spring Production by Mind Map: Media Literacy Spring Production


1.1. Comparison of Now & Then

1.1.1. Footage of students in 1st or 2nd and then now

1.1.2. Short clips of then self and now self

1.1.3. Decide the formula of meme

2. BHS Trailer

2.1. Show Personal Growth

2.1.1. Different perspectives

2.1.2. Audience: 6th grade community

2.1.3. Brief overview of change

2.1.4. One or two clips per year

2.2. Tracking Personal Growth through Introductions

2.2.1. Chopping up words/years

3. BHS Themes

3.1. Awkward Silences

3.1.1. Anyone can relate, everyone has awkward silences

3.1.2. Student survey to participate

3.1.3. Silences will tell story on their own

3.1.4. "We think the awkward silences are going to tell a story over time."

3.1.5. Looks of confusion

3.1.6. Slow down footage/montage/freeze for short videos

3.2. Mashup

3.2.1. Dubs

3.2.2. Past times

3.2.3. Representation of how we respond to media

3.3. Showing Personal Growth through Phrases

4. Personality Types Documentary

4.1. Personality Types via Media

4.1.1. Video Games: interactivity

4.1.2. How do different personality types react?

4.1.3. What do different personality types find funny?

4.1.4. Does personality type dictate our taste?

4.2. How does your personality type represent you?

4.2.1. People's opinion vs. Self

4.2.2. How same personality types differ

4.3. Representation of Self in Social Media

5. Making of

5.1. Making of the BSI Community

5.1.1. How has the community grown throughout the grades?

5.1.2. How is it different for kids that have come in at different times?

5.1.3. Editing together footage from the past along with new footage from this year

5.1.4. Use BHS footage

5.1.5. Spirit Week footage

5.1.6. How the community was built

5.2. Making of "our friendship"

5.2.1. Best way to communicate "real" self

5.2.2. For an audience as well as themselves

5.2.3. Thinking back to 4th grade (when they met)

5.2.4. Re-enactments

5.2.5. Found footage

5.3. Making of Community?

5.4. Making of Greg

5.4.1. Who Greg is vs. Who he thinks he is

5.4.2. How Greg became who he is

5.4.3. How people have changed him as a person

6. Themes around "Self"

6.1. Representation of Self

6.1.1. collections of things you like/do

6.1.2. pictures of self funny "goodly"

6.1.3. motivated by how WANT people to see you (not actually how you are in reality)

6.2. Reality Show vs. Reality

6.2.1. Reality shows often represent stereotypes

6.2.2. provoke scenes that might not happen in real life

6.2.3. includes/omits certain parts to make the story go better

6.2.4. unneeded drama -- because drama attracts viewers/is entertaining

6.3. Who people think I am vs. Who I think I am

6.3.1. things you know about yourself vs. peoples' assumptions about you

6.3.2. connects to stereotypes

6.4. Representation of an average pre-teen

6.4.1. stereotypes based on general age

6.4.2. who you are compared to what the assumptions are (average person)

7. Production Types

7.1. BHS Trailer

7.2. BHS Themes

7.3. #meme

7.4. "Making Of" Documentary

7.5. Personality Types

7.6. Scripted Reality Show

8. Scripted Reality

8.1. What People Really Think About in Class

8.1.1. Stereotypes

8.1.2. Represents themselves

8.1.3. Represents BSI community

8.1.4. Diversity of thoughts

8.2. BSI vs. Normal School

8.2.1. Represents experience as a new student

8.2.2. Completely out of place

8.2.3. Showing how scenes would play out in both settings

8.2.4. Re-enactment of "normal" school

8.2.5. What is the definition of "normal?"

8.3. My Strange Addiction

8.3.1. Different obsessions in the different grades

8.3.2. Scripted question/Real response

8.3.3. Potentially BHS footage

8.3.4. Perspective from students and teachers

8.4. Representation of a New Student

8.4.1. First few weeks of school

8.4.2. Horse heads as a metaphor for being different/unusual

8.5. Perception vs. Reality

8.5.1. How things get dramatized

8.5.2. Mock Reality

8.6. Day in the Life of a Short Person

8.6.1. Based on life experience

8.6.2. Different perspectives

8.7. What Teachers think about an average pre-teen/What Students think of Teachers

8.7.1. Students not paying attention

8.7.2. Characters are not based on actual students

8.7.3. How Teachers interact to student actions

8.7.4. Role Reversal

8.7.5. Perception

9. Pitch

9.1. Who are you representing & why?

9.2. What format are you using for your representation?

9.2.1. script

9.2.2. media collection

9.2.3. editing

9.2.4. publish

9.3. What are you going to try to represent about a person/people/yourself through this video production?

9.4. Who is your audience?

9.5. What is your hook?

9.6. What might you learn about yourself through this process?