Friday, 16 March 2012

16th March: Camera Booking and Blog Update

Today I went to book my camera to film the introduction to my Title Sequence over the weekend. This involved leaving a deposit to be able to take the camera outside of the school grounds. This is required as my setting is in a different location. I also spent the remainder of the lesson updating my blog, as i found that there were a few missing posts here and there. 

1 comment:

  1. Hi Callum - an awful lot missing from the blog. The most important part of the work is a reflective evaluation of your research and planning.
    You must identify what elements of your work are research, and what elements are part of planning.
    The facts about these that you have recorded need to have a reflective evaluation or analysis - that starts with "what went well", goes on to "even better if", and finishes with "what I have learned" and the support of scanned graphics and pictures.
    Not all the blogs will take this in depth, but one or two will, and you need to be careful about selecting the right ones for analysis.
    This leads on eventually to your seven point evaluation where you will go into depth.
    TASK: choose the right blog comments, ones where you have achieved a serious piece of work or made strong progress.
    The added word count could be up to 50 words, but may be less.
    Make these added comments:
    reflective evaluation or analysis
    what went well
    even better if 
    what I have learned
    find all your relevant graphic work and screen shots and add them in as evidence. Some blogs look a bit sad without the colour and impact of illustrations.
    If you are having trouble with slideshare and scribd, just post the pictures. Word documents can be posted by copying and pasting them into a blog, but if they have pictures you can take a screenshot and post the whole screenshot with the words and pictures together.
    Also, look at
    and read other students' blogs to give you ideas as to how to tackle this task.