This video introduces us to Miss Fraser’s class in Killara Australia.
While most of the students have been away at ski camp, those that were left tried out green screening with videos. While this exercise was mainly about finding out if we could get green screening to work, we also have great books to share!
Here are some details for you too to make some screencasts. It is a very easy way to make some tutorials. They can then be embedded in your blog or uploaded to You Tube. Try it out. How good are you as a tutor?
Here is the link to Screenr
The final group share their tips for when you have faulty goods. They filmed using an iPad2.
Another group again used a Canon digital camera to film their group’s take on dealing with something that is faulty.
This group worked with an ipod touch and explored a consumer problem with a faulty DVD.
Teegan’s group filmed their consumer problem and way of addressing it using a small Canon digital camera.
Each group had to make a video showing what to do if you had faulty goods and needed to return them. Here is Antonio’s group – they used an iphone to record the video. As Mr Nutzy Frizzletail was visiting us that day he starred in many of the videos!
Below is a video made by some students about books being read in the class. We didn’t have time to completely finish it or view it before the school year ended, but here it is anyway. I think they would have learned a number of things and will notice a range of ideas to develop. So here it is, nice work team.