Shot List Document

Each team should make a copy of this document and update it for your video project. Change the name to ShotList_NameofProject (you can use one word to identify your theme, we don’t need the name of the finished video). Save that file as a Google Doc. Make sure it is shared with all members of your team, with me, and

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Content for iLab Videos

Begin each video with the Logo for iLab, then the words: iLab the Innovation Lab for San Francisco Unified School District presents [name of school] at the end of video add ©2019 San Francisco Unified School District (make this small) Identity Artwork https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0Bxr3Zd-bGlmoWXFmM0p6ekR5UUk   Slide Decks https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/14T8vlc-uqN2UNo61WFO9PQPlAaos8zds  

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January 2019

We need to hit the ground running for Spring semester. PATHWAY/ACADEMY RECRUITMENT: Each Pathway/Academy needs (1) a short punchy ad (maybe 15 seconds); (2) an explanation about the program from the lead teacher (maybe one minute). We need everyone to help on these. STATEMENT VIDEOS: On Thursday, Keith Battle will start working with us on your Statement Videos. Each team

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End of Fall Semester

Your “FINALS” in Video class will be: TEAM PRESENTATIONS OF STATEMENT VIDEO PROJECTS Your team should be prepared to stand up and verbally present your video proposal to the class. Keith Battle and Mr. Machtay will judge your presentations. All members of the team should be knowledgeable about your plans. The two judges may call upon anyone on your team

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Friday, Nov. 9th

WORKLOGS: Each student must fill in worklog up through today (Friday, November 9th). This is the end of the marking period. I need to go through these worklogs over the weekend. DO IT NOW! There is no flexibility beyond today. WINTER ASSEMBLY: Each team should be finishing up your Winter Assembly Short Piece today. Put it on the Red External.

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PSA Cell Phone Use

Each team will produce a short Public Service Announcement, 30-45 seconds. Students need to know about the district’s cell phone policy. Here are a few tips for students from Dean Amador: Cell Phone Policy: In  a nutshell, off and away, unless directed by a teacher. You can’t multitask as well as you think you can. Studies have shown even highly

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Person on the Street Interviews

Each team will create a Person-on-the-Street Video (Students-on-Campus). Select a topic that is of interest to teens. Clear the topic with Mr. Machtay. STEP 1: THE QUESTIONS Your team must come up with 3 questions that you will ask your interview subjects. These must NOT be Yes-No questions. The questions should be prompts to get your interview subjects to talk/explain/tell stories. The

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PSA Contest

Contest Categories:  Elementary (4th/5th), Middle School, High School, LGBTQ What if our student’s generation was the first to be tobacco-free?  How can smoke-free policies help improve the health of our entire community?  How can limiting smoking, vaping and tobacco use improve the lives of your students, family and community? Suggested topics may include but are not limited to: Cigarettes, E-cigarettes,

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