Everything your school needs to become active in the emerging field of TV production can be found in this exciting package. It is loaded with practical information on subjects that range from equipment, copyright considerations, news show production, and videotaping school functions to using video to teach media skills and how to deal with vendors. It also contains 20 ready-to-use elementary school lessons on concepts and careers in television production. Reproducible student handouts and questions, notes to the teacher, and enrichment activities accompany the lessons. Media specialists can use this book as a manual for school television production activities, and classroom teachers will love the student activities and lessons. An entire unit on television can be presented, or the lessons can be used on a weekly basis throughout the school year. Whatever approach is taken, this is a useful addition to any elementary media center's professional collection. Grades K-8.Equipment Purchases Gathering Information About Prices and Practices If you work in a small district or private school, or if your district media center ... Although this form is not as polished as professional district- level forms, it will help you gather information on the product you would like to purchase. ... You can even go as far as stating aquot;Camcorder a Panasonic AG- 190U or similar. ... How the warranty clause is worded could greatly determine the speed of any warranty repair work.
|Title||:||Television Production for Elementary Schools|
|Author||:||Keith Kyker, Christopher Curchy|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 1994|