STEM- Drones
Freshman Technology

 

STEM: DRONES- APRIL, 2023

REQUIRED APPS, DOWNLOADS & TUTORIALS FOR STEM-DRONES.

PRE-FLIGHT CHECKLIST FOR DRONE FLIGHT

ONLINE RAW PHOTO EDITOR (click DISMISS when you go to this site!)

DIAGRAM/LEGEND FROM AIRMAN'S MANUAL

studio.youtube.com

2022-2023 STEM-DRONES SYLLABUS- Please review!

Link to early Drone Pages from class.

DATE Information/Activities/Projects and Assignments

WED

5/24

BELLRINGER: Log in to the class GOOGLE CLASSROOM. If you don't have this set up yet, the class code is: xsnhwxf. Click on the Final Exam when the time comes to take the test.

FOR TODAY: We will be completing the Part 107 Comprehensive Final Exam, as well as reviewing our Capstone Projects for grading in class today.

MON

5/22

BELLRINGER: None for today.

FOR TODAY: For today, all students should be EDITING their CAPSTONE PROJECT. You may go out to fly, as needed, but today is the last day for editing. We will be reviewing your CAPSTONE PROJECTS during the Finals period and grading them. We will also be completing a PART 107 essential skills exam. I will make this open notebook.

MON

5/15

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WED

5/17

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FRI

5/19

BELLRINGER: None for today. I would like to give students all of the time this week to be working on their CAPSTONE PROJECTS. Keep in mind, this is a project to demonstrate all of the skills and tricks you have learned in flying and editing this year, AND it needs to be 3 minutes in length.

FOR TODAY: For today, all students should be EDITING their CAPSTONE PROJECT.

You may go out to fly, as needed, but you really should be editing today.

GRADING: I need you to burn out a partially edited version of your final project by the end of class today for grading.

MONDAY: CAPSTONE PROJECT VIEWING AND GRADING DAY!

FRI

5/12

BELLRINGER: For inspiration, we watch some TOWN REELS:

Then, we complete the FOUR TOWN REELS THINKING SHEET.

FOR TODAY: For today, all students should be EDITING their CAPSTONE PROJECT.

You may go out to film, as needed, but you really should be editing today.

GRADING: I will be grading your Week 2 clips movie today. 25 points.

WED

5/10

BELLRINGER: For inspiration, we review a drone video with 32 million views. Maybe they know something?

FOR TODAY: For today, all students should be EDITING their CAPSTONE PROJECT.

You may go out to film, as needed, but you really should be editing today.

GRADING: I will be grading your Week 2 clips movie today. 25 points.

MON

5/8

BELLRINGER: No Bellringers today, Mr. B. is out sick.

FOR TODAY: For today, please do the following:

  1. Create a new PROJECT in FILMORA. Call it CAPSTONE_FOOTAGE.
  2. Import the footage that you have been creating for your CAPSTONE PROJECT that you have been creating over the last two weeks.
  3. BURN THIS PROJECT OUT AS A VIDEO. Call this video "CAPSTONE_FOOTAGE.MP4."
  4. SAVE or COPY this footage to the proper folder on the YELLOW DRIVE for grading on Wednesday. This will be a graded part of the project, worth 25 points..

PLEASE BE WORKING TODAY! If you need to go out to get more footage, please tell the substitute when and where you will be going. FOR TODAY, please stay on campus!

You might also want to start EDITING your CAPSTONE PROJECT.

I do not want to hear any stories from the substitute about students goofing off, playing on their phones or being disruptive.

FRI

5/5

BELLRINGER: We complete The REALLY BAD NEIGHBORHOOD VIDEO/LINDEN, TN VIDEO THINKING SHEET.

FOR TODAY: I FULLY EXPECT ALL STUDENTS TO BE SPENDING A GOOD 60 MINUTES FLYING AND GETTING FOOTAGE FOR THEIR CAPSTONE PROJECT TODAY. Next MONDAY, you will owe me evidence of at least 10-15 different video clips for your CAPSTONE PROJECT. This will be a graded part of the project, worth 25 points.

WED

5/3

BELLRINGER: We review the FASTEST WAY TO MAKE MONEY WITH A DRONE. Then, we complete the FASTEST WAY TO MAKE MONEY THINKING SHEET.

FOR TODAY: Please work on your CAPSTONE PROJECT. Next MONDAY, you will owe me evidence of at least 10-15 different video clips for your CAPSTONE PROJECT. This will be a graded part of the project, worth 25 points.

MON

5/1

BELLRINGER: We review a couple of "Campus Drone Videos" to start the week by completing the THREE SCHOOLS DRONE VIDEO THINKING SHEET.

We also watch another video, just for fun: The World's Longest Single Shot Drone video from a school in Switzerland.

FOR TODAY: Please work on your CAPSTONE PROJECT. Next MONDAY, you will owe me evidence of at least 10-15 different video clips for your CAPSTONE PROJECT. This will be a graded part of the project, worth 25 points.

MON

4/24

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WED

4/26

BELLRINGER: We review a couple of REAL ESTATE VIDEOS:

FOR TODAY: Please work on your CAPSTONE PROJECT. You should be putting together your video clips, finding your music, putting together your titles and credits, etc. If you are one of the people who is asking to do a "HOME VIDEO," you do NOT have an excuse not to be working. You should be gathering footage at home to bring to school to work on. If you are not doing that, you are falling behind on your project.

FRI

4/21

BELLRINGER: We review an "Environmental Video" and critique it by completing the DRONE TOUR- COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY CRITIQUE.

Many of you are indicating that you are intersted in creating something like this for your CAPSTONE PROJECT. Use this as inspiration or a source of ideas!

WORK DAY:

THIS WEEK'S FLYING ASSIGNMENT: To get back to flying again, please take your drone out during class during this class period. Your assignment? SEND ME A FLIGHT LOG SHOWING AT LEAST 15 MINUTES OF FLIGHT TIME THIS WEEK. This will be worth 25 points.

DUE TODAY: A WHITE PAPER/ SHOT LIST REGARDING YOUR CAPSTONE PROJECT. Describe IN DETAIL what you will be filming or editing for your project. Give specifics. I want a FULL, WELL-THOUGHT OUT PRESENTATION of your project. This will be a 25 point project and I will NOT accept garbage material!

WED

4/19

BELLRINGER: It is supposed to be fairly good weather this morning. Please get your drone out and go do some flying, just for fun and just to get in your 15 minutes of flying, which you need to do this week.

PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO YOUR PRE-FLIGHT AND INFLIGHT CHECKS!

WORK DAY:

THIS WEEK'S FLYING ASSIGNMENT: To get back to flying again, please take your drone out during class during this class period. Your assignment? SEND ME A FLIGHT LOG SHOWING AT LEAST 15 MINUTES OF FLIGHT TIME THIS WEEK. This will be worth 25 points.

YOU STILL HAVE A MAJOR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way.

MON

4/17

BELLRINGER: It is supposed to be fairly good weather this morning. Please get your drone out and go do some flying, just for fun and just to get in your 15 minutes of flying, which you need to do this week.

PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO YOUR PRE-FLIGHT AND INFLIGHT CHECKS!

WORK DAY:

THIS WEEK'S FLYING ASSIGNMENT: To get back to flying again, please take your drone out during class during this class period. Your assignment? SEND ME A FLIGHT LOG SHOWING AT LEAST 15 MINUTES OF FLIGHT TIME THIS WEEK. This will be worth 25 points.

YOU STILL HAVE A MAJOR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way.

FRI

4/14

BELLRINGER: We review our recent BACKWARDS VIDEOS. That will be fun!

Because the weather is cold and windy and rainy, we will also spend some time reviewing PART 107 information regarding SECTIONAL CHARTS.

WORK DAY:

THIS WEEK'S FLYING ASSIGNMENT: To get back to flying again, please take your drone out during class during this class period. Your assignment? SEND ME A FLIGHT LOG SHOWING AT LEAST 15 MINUTES OF FLIGHT TIME THIS WEEK. This will be worth 25 points.

YOU STILL HAVE A MAJOR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way.

WED

4/12

BELLRINGER: None today, this is a very short class period, due to testing today.

WORK DAY:

THIS WEEK'S FLYING ASSIGNMENT: To get back to flying again, please take your drone out during class during this class period. Your assignment? SEND ME A FLIGHT LOG SHOWING AT LEAST 15 MINUTES OF FLIGHT TIME THIS WEEK. This will be worth 25 points.

YOU STILL HAVE A MAJOR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way.

 

WED

4/4

BELLRINGER: None today, you have a challenge project due at the end of class today.  

WORK DAY: You have another CHALLENGE PROJECT, due at the end of class today.  In this film, you will be putting together a video that is BACKWARDS.  This one needs to be BETTER than the last.  You MUST include a TITLE and appropriate MUSIC and SOUND EFFECTS for your video.  DO NOT SETTLE FOR BAD FOOTAGE!  GET IT RIGHT! Your final video should be between 30 and 60 seconds long. BURN THIS VIDEO OUT to the proper YELLOW DRIVE FOLDER for viewing before the end of class. MOST AWESOME video will receive a PRIZE!

YOU STILL HAVE A MAJOR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

MON

4/3

BELLRINGER: We start the class by watching ANOTHER TASKMASTER TASK.

Time for another challenge, this one is similar to the last one, but I NEED TO SEE SOME BETTER EFFORTS TO COMPLETE A FULL PRESENTATION! You have TODAY AND NEXT CLASS PERIOD to do a CHALLENGE PROJECT: FILM SOMETHING THAT LOOKS AWESOME WHEN PLAYED BACKWARDS.

You will need to figure out what you are going to film today. I would recommend coming up with a GOOD IDEA and start filming today, editing next class period. Please include a TITLE and appropriate MUSIC and SOUNDS for your video. These should be pertinent to your production and thoughtfully contribute to the piece.

Your video should be between 30 and 60 seconds long. MAKE THIS PROJECT LOOK GOOD. IF YOU MESS UP ON THE FIRST TAKE, FILM AGAIN UNTIL YOU GET IT RIGHT!

BURN THIS VIDEO OUT to the proper YELLOW DRIVE FOLDER for viewing. MOST AWESOME video will receive a PRIZE!

OUR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

WORK DAY: Students should be completing their VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT, as well as beginning work on their SELECTION PROJECT.

FRI

3/31

BELLRINGER: We can't fly today, the winds are up to 35 miles per hour. Ugh.

Let's do something different! You have 45 minutes (the first part of class) to do a CHALLENGE PROJECT: FILM SOMETHING THAT LOOKS AWESOME WHEN SPED UP OR SLOWED DOWN!

You will need to film first part of class and EDIT for the second part of class. Please include a TITLE and appropriate MUSIC for your video.

Your video should be between 5 and 20 seconds long.

BURN THIS VIDEO OUT to the proper YELLOW DRIVE FOLDER for viewing. MOST AWESOME video will receive a PRIZE!

OUR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

WORK DAY: Students should be completing their VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT, as well as beginning work on their SELECTION PROJECT.

WED

3/29

BELLRINGER: We review PART 107 information regarding SECTIONAL CHARTS.

OUR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

WORK DAY: Students should be completing their VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT, as well as beginning work on their SELECTION PROJECT.

MON

3/27

BELLRINGER: We review PART 107 information regarding SECTIONAL CHARTS.

OUR CURRENT PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

WORK DAY: Students should be completing their VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT, as well as beginning work on their SELECTION PROJECT.

WED

3/22

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FRI

3/24

BELLRINGER: We are probably facing a windy, snowy day today, so I do not think that we can go out to fly. I am happy to give students a WORK DAY to put together their many projects. If students are NOT working, we could also spend the class period reviewing PART 107 information regarding SECTIONAL CHARTS.

OUR COMING PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

WORK DAY: Students should be completing their VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT, as well as beginning work on their SELECTION PROJECT.

MON

3/20

BELLRINGER: We discuss our upcoming project.

OUR COMING PROJECT: THE SELECTION PROJECT. You get to define your own project, but you will be completing this at a HIGH LEVEL, demonstrating your EIGHT MONTHS of learning in this class. This project will be AT LEAST 1-5 minutes long and will include opening TITLE, closing CREDITS, appropriate MUSIC, thoughtful TRANSITITIONS and the demonstration of a number of flying, videographic and editing skills.

Here are the possible options that you can select for your project:

  • An Atmospheric Video, showing multiple views of an environment.
  • A Timelapse Video.
  • A Tutorial or How-to Video
  • A Special Effects Video, such as a split screen video, a green screen video or a smart cutout video.
  • A Topical video: Your choice of topic.
  • A Photographic project. This MUST include drone photography and should include a portfolio of AT LEAST twenty photographs.
  • Any other subject idea, be creative!

All project ideas MUST be approved by Mr. B. ahead of time. This project is an important part of the grading for this semester and will be graded HARSHLY. Work that is sloppy, unprofessional or rough will NOT BE ACCEPTED. This should be your finest work of the semester in every way. This project will be broken into parts. DUE THIS WEEK, a complete project OUTLINE of what you wish to work on, including shots, edits, etc. This will be forwarded to Mr. B. for grading and approval.

WORK DAY: Students should be completing their VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT, as well as beginning work on their SELECTION PROJECT.

WED

3/8

BELLRINGER: None today. This is the last day to complete your VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT. In addition, students that have not yet submitted the SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT should do so today.

WORK DAY: Students need to be working VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT and their SMART CUTOUTS PROJECT.

MON

3/5

BELLRINGER: First, we review the DIAGRAM/LEGEND FROM AIRMAN'S MANUAL, linked above. You are able to use this on your quiz.

Then, we complete the QUIZ: Please answer the questions on the LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE QUIZ. This will be a 25 point quiz.

WORK DAY: Students need to be working VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT.

FRI

3/3

BELLRINGER: Meet me at the overhead with your notebooks to learn about LATITUDE and LONGITUDE. When we are done, please complete the WHERE'S THE AIRPORT? PRACTICE LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE SHEET. I will be grading these, so please give strong effort!

WORK DAY: Students need to be working VIDEO REVIEW PROJECT.