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Movie Making in the Classroom: Filming the Movie and Using a Greenscreen

By Beth Newingham on April 3, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

When my students are partaking in a movie-making project, sometimes we film scenes in front of our makeshift "green screen" using a turquoise flannel blanket that we tack to a bulletin board wall in our classroom. This allows me to project images behind the students when editing the video on the computer. For many movies, this makes students look like they are in different states and countries. By using a sturdy tripod, students can take turns as the camera operator.

Watch all the movies my students and I have ever made!

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When my students are partaking in a movie-making project, sometimes we film scenes in front of our makeshift "green screen" using a turquoise flannel blanket that we tack to a bulletin board wall in our classroom. This allows me to project images behind the students when editing the video on the computer. For many movies, this makes students look like they are in different states and countries. By using a sturdy tripod, students can take turns as the camera operator.Agen Texas dan Domino Online Indonesia Terpercaya | Master Agen Judi Bola Online Terbaik dan Terpercaya di Indonesia | Agen TexaS dan domino Online Indonesia Terpercaya | bola pelangi agen bola sbobet ibcbet casino 338a tangkas togel online indonesia terpercaya | Olb365.com Agen Judi Bola Online, Agen Judi Casino Online Indonesia Terpercaya | Agen Ibcbet | SBOBET | Agen Bola Terpercaya | Agen Bola | Judi Online | Judi Bola | Judi Bola Terpercaya | Sbobet | Ibcbet | Judi Bola Terpercaya | Rajamerah.com situs judi online terbaik terpercaya

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