- 1. 21st Century LearnersDigital Learners
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) 3. Work, Employment and Enterprise 4. Aboriginal and Indigenous 5. Civics and Citizenship 6. Difference and Diversity 7. Environment 8. Gender
Role of filmmaking in the Cross Curricular Content section of PDHPE Syllabus
Filmmaking plays a major role in all aspects of the PDHPE Cross Curricula Content, allowing students to express on views and creatively respond to content being taught
9. Role of filmmaking in the ICT section of PDHPE Syllabus
Videos/filmmaking can be implemented within the learning environment in PDHPE as an effective cognitive tool as they can be used to establish prior knowledge, to introduce a new topic, to summarise a major topic or to reinforce learning. The PDHPE Years 710 Syllabus has included the following ICT skills in the essential content all of which can be utilized through film making:
- Enter data into a prepared template format and analyse it 10. Import, mailmerge and reformat data/fields 11. Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues in the use of ICT 12. Generate specific reports with regard to ethical issues, e.g. print without address and details 13. Use simulation software to make choices and decisions as a member of a team.
The OLD formula of learning and education
14. Teachers + Books
15. = Learning and Education
16. The NEW formula of learning and education
17. Technology + Education
18. = Independent Learning and Education
19. A Vision of K-12 Students Today
A vision of K-12 students today effectively conveys that technology has a significant influence on education and students motivation and willingness to learn. Students living in the 21st century are heavily dependent on technology as it is an integral part of their lives. By encorporating technology in education encourages students to be more engaged and interested in the classroom. It also provides avenue for students creativity (creating games/activities), personal interpretations (health scenarios)and independent/collaborative learning (team sports). This is evident in the ICT cross curriculum content for PDHPE as students enhance their ability to use information and communication technologies in health and physical activity contexts.
20. At the beginning of the short film the audience is presented with written text outlining the benefits associated and positive outcomes associated with the use of technology in the classroom. It also suggests that technology allows students to gain a deep understanding of the content that is being taught and to develop as creative, independent learners.
21. The utilization of captions held by a vast demographic of students, effectually expresses the STUDENTS EMOTIONS, THOUGHTS and AMBITIONS without the use of dialogue, through the expressions on their faces and the emotive words written on their pieces of paper.
22. Good Features of The Film
23. Students thoughts, ambitions andfeelings
24. Elimination of dialogue
25. 26. 27. 28. FORBIDDEN
Tropfest Finalist 2003
29. PDHPE syllabus in strand 1 Self and Relationships. Outcome 4.2 is aimed at teaching students how to select strategies that enhance their ability to cope and feel supported and how to respond to challenges e.g. family relationships
30. Minimal dialogue
Vast range of camera angles and techniques
Introduction quite tedious plot development/ and climax took too long
Emotive and effective conclusion
Good Features of The Film
Areas of Development
31. Aspects of the films, A Vision of K-12 Students Today and Forbidden in which I will take forward and use in my film
- A vast range of camera angles, in which aid in expressing emotions 32. Utilizing the characters, setting and dialogue to convey central theme 33. Employing a large range of camera shots, camera angles and filmic techniques to keep the audience engaged 34. Developing and interesting and easily relatable plot