Film and video work in the classroom

The claim to be both critical reception of films as well as the own productive work with the video camera integrating videos into lessons or school projects is not new. With the advent of digital media, however, film and video work has become much simpler and more convenient. How much easier it is, for example, to transport and play a DVD – and in addition, the DVD offers the possibility of accessing individual sequences of the film or selecting the original language.

Also the Creating your own videos No longer requires a separate editing suite, just software on a computer, tablet or smartphone. And if you don’t have a camera, your students’ smartphones will certainly do for now. With this topic area, we would like to offer you suggestions on how you can give the medium of film (more) room in your lessons – it doesn’t always have to be elaborate, but can often be an enrichment.

The dossier bundles in the form of Specialized articles helpful information on film and video work in the classroom. Teachers learn how to work with films in the classroom in a legally secure manner or how their students can deal critically with Internet learning videos. Complementary Lesson units and materials ready for the reception and production of films and videos in the subject lessons. In elementary school classes, for example, students create their own stop-motion films, in Spanish classes they dub cartoons, or they create poetry clips in German classes.

Video and film work in the classroom teaches above all Media competencies in the areas of "producing and presenting" as well as "Analyze and Reflect (see KMK strategy education in the digital world).

Professional article on the use of films and videos in the classroom

Useful information for teachers

In this article on the subject of learning videos on the Internet, the risks and opportunities of independent learning with videos as a supplement to teaching are presented. The students.

This technical article summarizes innovations in copyright law to make it easier for teachers to use audiovisual media in the classroom in a legally compliant manner.

This technical article describes the individual steps in the creation of Brickfilms as well as the added value for the extracurricular promotion of talent. The project-oriented approach uses simple.

This professional article presents a concept for multimedia design of picture book stories in elementary school lessons. The students deal with literature.

In this article, the author describes how he single-handedly taught himself to create his own learning videos for foreign language classes. In addition to emphasizing the added value of.

The tutorial offers step-by-step instructions for creating and editing videos and (short) movies with the program iMovie. Possible applications for teaching are described on the.

Reception of films and videos in the subject lessons

Elementary school

In this teaching unit you will receive methodical support and content-related suggestions for philosophical discussions with children. The DVD "The Magic Ring" published by U can.

Secondary levels: German

Actually, it is a topic that should appeal to young people: A young man falls in love with a girl who is actually already taken. However, when the learners hear that this is.

In this teaching unit on Gregor Tessnow’s young adult novel "Knallhart learners create a themed student newspaper, watch the movie about the book, and keep a.

In this working material for "Homo faber The students deal with the film version of the novel as well as with Faber’s travel stops and references to mythology in a media-supported way.

In this lesson, the students work on the film "The Miracle of Bern", in which the 1954 soccer world championship is stored on the basis of the history of an 11-year-old.

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