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Posted: April 18, 2017

Subculture / Counterculture Project

You and your group are to create a presentation on one particular subculture or counterculture and present it to the class. You are to teach the class about your chosen group and include the following in your presentation: language (slang, lingo, terms) formal norms informal norms goals brief history how does the outside world view the group? true?

You are to keep in mind the following rubric for your presentation: - Delivery - 10 - Content - 10 - Pic/Media - 10 - Mechanics - 10 - Extra - 10 - Anything extra you want to do as a group to make your presentation stick out. Use of costume, music, create a video, handouts, poster, etc.

Fairy Tale Project

For this assignment you are to choose a fairy tale that is public domain and record an audio story using it. You can work in groups of 2 or 3 or you can choose to do it on your own.

Requirements:

-          You are to record your own reading.
-          Use at least 10 sounds in your story.
-          Record at least 3 of these sounds yourself. (If not recorded yourself sounds must be copyright free.)

Organization: 10           Mic’ing: 10           Quality: 10              Value: 30

Due: April 3rd!

Posted: March 20, 2017

In this Introduction to Digital Sound assignment you will create a “Microphones for Dummies” presentation/guide. Be creative and use your skills you have developed in this course so far to create pictures for your examples, instructions, etc.

You will need to explain: Dynamic Microphones\Condenser Microphones            
>  Their uses and differences

Ribbon Microphones                 
What is a frequency? What is frequency response? Why is it important in understanding microphones and different mic’ing situations? 

What is Directionality?          Omnidirectional          Bidirectional          Unidirectional 

You can use the following link for help: http://blog.shure.com/choosing-the-right-mic/

Posted: February 28, 2017

Project due Thursday, March 2nd.

 

In groups of no more then 2 students each you are going do your first "self-teach". You are going to select one of the policies/organizations/branches of government, etc. that are drastically different in Canada as compared to the United States.

 

Your presentation could include a PowerPoint, video, poster, pamphlets or handouts, etc. Or, you could do all of the above, there is no combination unacceptable! The more work you put in, the more "impressed" I will be!

In paper form you must provide me with a title and a works cited page giving credit to where you found your information and what you used. Also attached should be a brief paragraph describing "how" you found your information and findings.

As stated in class you will be graded on your delivery of the material, mechanics, use of pictures and/or video, and content.

VALUE: 40

Posted: February 23, 2017

Digital Productions 120 – Movie/Concert/Video Game Poster

You are going to create a 8.5 x 11 Photoshop layout with 300dpi resolution (open photoshop, click "file", "new" and click the dropdown preset to "U.S. Paper").

Your poster will contain the following: • 3 Text layers3 different brush sets with effects3 Pictures from the Internet (copyright free)

Your poster can be for a movie/video game, concert, TV show etc.

Please be sure to check out the following link: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-basic-principles-graphic-design-take-granted-everyday/
You will need to explain to me how you used PROXIMITY, ALIGNMENT, REPETITION, CONTRAST, and possibly WHITE SPACE for your design.

 

Your Photoshop FAILS assignment is due by the end of class tomorrow. The following Photoshop Assignments are due by next Wednesday! Yes, I considered possible snow days….

Please make sure that you use copyright free images to perform the following activities.

Layers activity (dog & Field) - Cut out dog and add to field picture.  Find 3 other pictures and add them to your project.  Add your name in 2 Text layers to your projects with various effects to your layout.

Value:  15

Lighthouse Project - Use crop tool to rotate picture and make it straight.  Use clone stamp to remove unwanted people from picture. lighthouse.jpg      

Value:  5

Old Man  - Remove blemishes and fix the right eye. Using clone stamp/healing tool  OR polygonal lasso.  

Value: 10

Dinosaur - Using the tools you have been practicing with, erase the man in the picture AND the two smaller dinosaurs in the lower left. Pay close attention to the textures and make them as seamless as possible.

Value:  10

Here is the link to the images: http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/mr-t-theriault/gallery/photoshop-images


Michael Moore’s   SICKO

 

        As a class we will view Michael Moore’s “SICKO”. During the movie you are to write down 20 points that are made that may seem questionable to you. You will hand these in attached to the back of your essay.

 

        For your essay you are to pick three (3) of these points and critique them to the best of your ability. Are they true? Partially true?

 

        Whether you are agreeing or refuting one of Michael Moore’s points you are to back it up with quality sources. Please make sure that the sources are accurate to the time period of the filming of the movie as well. (Example: Do not use a 2017 fact point to prove or disprove a point made in 2004)

 

        Please source on the page and provide a “Works Cited” page attached to the back  as well.

 

Value: 30

 

(Each answer, whether proving or refuting, is worth 10 marks. You will lose 5 marks for not providing a “Works Cited”, 2 for not having a proper title page, and 3 for not sourcing on the page. This rule will now apply for all assignments!)

 

Posted: February 7, 2017

You will create a PowerPoint featuring examples of Photoshop gone wrong, and Photoshopped images done right.

- Be creative with your PowerPoint.

- Have 10 examples (very different) of poorly Photoshopped images.

- Have 5 examples of what you consider to be Photoshop done right.

Value: 20

Creativity 5
Bad Images 10
Good Images 5

Posted: January 13, 2017

Final Sociology Assignment:

Survey Project: Education

Your survey project is worth 10% of your final grade is to be handed in the day of your exam. You will use your project and its results to answer the final part of the exam that has to do with research.

Your survey project should include the following:

*** Page 1: A title page (Includes name, class, date, teacher name)

*** Page 2: First paragraph – Introductory paragraph about your topic, why you chose it and a summary of the article you’ve attached.
                Second paragraph – State your hypothesis and what you intend to prove.
                Third paragraph – State your dependent and independent variable for your study.

*** Page(s) 3: A blank, unanswered copy of your survey which includes all questions you asked of your participants. No more than 20 questions should be asked but no less than 10.

*** Page(s) 4: Please include your results in percentages and/or charts. This can be done for you with no extra work within the Google drive.

*** Page(s) 5: You MAY want to include all of your survey responses in strands so that you can more easily see the anonymous user’s complete answers and not just in percentages. This is the generic “excel” looking page that comes up when going to print responses. You may also keep this separate from your project if you wish.

*** Page(s) 6: Please attach the article to the back of all of this that you used to form your argument in the first paragraph of your second page and which you formed your hypothesis around.

Posted: December 6, 2016

http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/mr-t-theriault/document/genocide-project

Above is the link to take you to the handout for the Genocide assignment due on Monday, Dec. 12th.

Pages

Image Galleries

Added: Wed, Dec 2 2015

Videos

Added: Thu, Apr 7 2016
WRED - Teddy Bear Project
Team 1 - Coffee House
Journalism 120 - Team 2 - Video 1

Documents

Digital Productions - Film Trailer
World Issues 120 - SiCKO Assignment - Due Feb. 24th
Sound Effects Sound Sheet