Media Literacy & Video Production II – Moving Forward!
In this workshop students will learn how to do scholarly research to obtain information and produce a short video about a “living legend.” KVC uses the project-based learning model which emphasizes high achievement through active learning, problem solving and teamwork. A media specialist will give a presentation on how to use Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and different databases. Students will develop planning skills which is the key focus of pre-production while they work as a production team to create a video about a “living legend.” Students will learn how to use the video camera, composition and camera shots. Also, they will learn about different careers in the television and film industry and meet media professionals.
have to say
"(KVC) has been a great asset to me, and I am grateful for its continued support. With Mrs. Johnson’s guidance and video expertise, at age 15, I was inspired to be a forward-thinking teen and set goals which resulted in me graduating as a first-generation college graduate from Georgia State University (GSU) with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Film/Video. KVC not only helped me prepare and plan for a future in media but provided me tools and a creative outlet to look at life positively."
- Phebe Dowels, Writer & Producer