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Challenge:You've decided to apply for a local scholarship to help you pay for four years of collage. The scholarship would really go a long way towards help your parents agree to let you go the college of your choice on the mainland. Part of the application process asks you to research a problem in your community and offer up potential ideas on how you could solve it. You realize that you could write an essay, but are afraid that the judges won't get a clear idea of your unique voice and that you won't stand out from the crowd. Instead you decided to turn the essay into a short 5 minute documentary so that the panel members will take notice and see how knowledgeable and creative you are.

Class Schedule:
Date
Class Topic
Assignment Due
Feb. 17th
What is information?

Feb. 28th
Finding the Right Patterns
Brain Dumps
March 7th
Staying in the Problem
3 Resources Critiqued
March 16th
Telling Your Story
Explanatory Essay
April 3rd
Planning the Masterpiece
Script and Shot List
April 12th
Production 101
Planning Document
April 20th
Editing the Clips

May 1st
Adding the Personal Touch

May 8th
Exporting for Success
Documentary and Process Journal
May 16th
Sharing our ideas
Critical Movie Review (May 21st)
May 24th
Learning, Growing
Filmmaker Self Reflection

Student Groups:

Block 1
Block 2
Block 3
Alsagoff
Blacker
Altman
Baginski
Brutsch
Blondeau
Brayce
Compton
Bowen
McCabe
Cook
Cote
McDonald
Donkervoet
Cummings
Pate
Doyle
Dalgamouni
Pierce
Farr
deVries
Qiu
Godenzi
Dunham
Rohr
Hagen-Keith
Fujii
Simpkins
Kalama
Gonzales
St. John
Leong
Grenert
Swoish
Mastrangelo
Hall
Takenaka
Mattingly
Kahalewale
Tallett
Miscovich
Kuchenbecker
Tatum
Mori
Le
VanNess
Regan
Mombourquette
Wong
Ruebenstahl
Moore
Zachmeier
Steiner
Phillipson

Thourot
Zalud

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