|Module title||Making educational movies (not only) for children|
|Module lecturer||dr Anna Michniuk|
|Faculty||Faculty of Educational Studies|
Module aim (aims)
It is assumed that the student will be able to:
• identify educational aspects of movies and TV-programs which were made for children,
• name and describe the elements of the film language,
• make a short educational movie.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
Elementary pedagogical knowledge.
Week 1: Old and new media - similarities and differences.
Week 2: Animated and not-animated movies in education.
Week 3: The Language of film – an introduction to make a movie.
Week 4: Writing a movie script.
Week 5: The most important rules of film editing.
Week 6: Making educational movies in groups.
Week 7: Film editing.
Week 8: Summary: watching students’ educational movies.
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Young S.D. (2012) Psychology at the Movies, Wiley-Blackwell.
Movies: InsideOut, The Lion King, Coco, Up
YouTube channels: Blippi, Ted-ed, Draw So Cute, BBC Earth, Kids Learning Tube, The DadLab, Ciocia Ania