Sometimes Mr. Bristow would let us use a picture of our own choice to edit. Here is a picture that I created in Adobe Photoshop using images I found online:
We made double exposures for Remembrance Day. My first draft wasn't that good, but not bad either for my first time:
We then did another Remembrance Day double exposure, which were presented in a slideshow at our Remembrance Day show. This is my finished double exposure:
We also made our own personal double exposure using any pictures that we wanted. This is the one I made:
The first video we were to edit was Mr. Bristow changing the SD card in his phone. We had to upload the footage from Google Classroom. From there we each took the footage and edited it. Here is the video that I made: (0:38 - 0:50)
The first shooting exercise was to film and edit footage of someone tying their shoes. This video is not very entertaining, but that wasn't the purpose of the video. The purpose was to get practice with different camera angles and with editing videos. We used Adobe Premiere Elements 14 to edit the videos.
Shooting exercise #2 is a lot more entertaining then the first one. In this video we had to practice creating suspense. There was a person being stalked, and there was a stalker who ends up killing the innocent person. (0:45 - 1:08)
Shooting exercise #3 was a practice for the final shooting exercise. It was to practice putting together a documentary. In both the practice documentary and the actual thing, we are comparing A.S.I.A. to the wild, and students to animals. In my practice documentary I included a few scenes that you would find animals doing in the wild. There is a herd/pack shot (group of friends), bullying shot (hunting), and a shot of the lonely person with no friends (lone wolf). (0:22 - 0:43)
And here is the final shooting exercise. The documentary is complete with voice overs and background music. (0:52 - 1:17)
I completed an Hour of Code, and here is my certificate:
We worked in Code Combat, and I did all 20 of the assignments as you can see bellow:
Every week we had to write a weekly reflection. We had to write at least 3 to 5 sentences for each of the following questions: What is something I learned this week?, What is something I've struggled with this week?, and What is something I hope to learn next week?