Culminating Performance Task - arcTV
- Individually, you will be responsible for contributing to the success of the arcTV broadcasts.
- If you are working in as group, no more than three people can take credit for the production.
- Being a reporter or on air host is not a technical skill that can be evaluated. So, be sure to have a hand in another part of the production if you are using this as your credit. See the arcTV Show Workflow to see available positions and report your interests to an upcoming shows producer.
- Other areas of contribution are in the titles or music creation (downloading a pre-existing music file is not a contribution, creating the music from scratch in GarageBand is).
- Please meet with your group regularly and report back to me using the Blog area of your site to let me know what you have been working on.
- I suggest that you add the arcTV tag for easy search of what you have done for your group.
To receive credits for your submissions:
Clearly title your segment with the title of the segment followed by the last names of the people taking credit for the segment i.e.: CoffeeHouse_JACKSON, AshWedLit_JOHNSON.TANG, or DecCivviesDay_SMITH.KIRKLAND.GILBERT. Tiles with more than three names will not be evaluated.
Here are some other things I am watching from you as an individual towards your CPT mark. This will also give you ideas to aid you in developing your individual contributions to the show.
- Showing up to class on time and prepared to get your day started without distraction to the task expected. You are in your final year, so you know what is expected of you.
- Keeping busy regardless if people you are partnering with are absent. Remember this is your mark, and you pick your partners; don't blame other people brought your grades down.
- Intro (Title, Footage, Music, etc.)
- Features, Promotional Ads, etc.. - create these for clubs and teams.
- Closing Credits (Titles, Footage, Music, etc.)
- Overall finished editing/audio quality.
- Creating features for your show that are relevant to the whole school body. Content must be appropriate and meaningful to our target audience. All clips must be approved by Mr. Plommer prior to airing.
- On-Location Footage (Individual directing the group) using proper interesting camera angles, pan, dolly, or tilt shots, tripods, and microphones.
- You should keep an up to date blog of your weekly and/or daily activities.
Your Blog Website is an opportunity for you to share with me many of the practical skills that you have learned during the course of the semester, and integrating them in a cohesive manner. It also explains what you were working on for the show and contributing to the team. This should be maintained daily or weekly as it will be part of your final evaluation. Your CPT report will be due on your normally scheduled exam day. More details will be given closer to exam time.