We have decided to migrate a selection of old video projects from the old website to this location. I hope you enjoy the sampling archive of old media projects created by the Media Club at Annette Street Public School. If you would like to see a specific video project or blog posted please contact us and we will post it.
History of Rock & Pop – Rm. 307
The students researched their choice of rock / pop artist and re-created a live performance at the spring concert.
The History of Rock and Pop took over three months to complete and included: written and oral project presentations, costume preparation, visual arts and drama. The project finale included a spring concert performance, pictures and filming. Thank you to the many parents who helped us out with this project. You can view some of the process pictures in the gallery below.
Aboriginal Art Project – Rm. 307
The students drew posters of Aboriginal Artwork, filmed their pictures, added music and effects
Animation of the Nation – Rm. 307
The students took hundreds of pictures to splice together this animation video. The music was created with a program called Rebirth and students sang words in Garageband. There is a “How We Did This” segment near the end of the video
Spirit Week – Media Club
The students and staff filmed many of the Spirit Days at Annette Street and HPA schools
H1N1 The New Flu Season – Rm. 307
The students researched the H1N1 flu and created this video which was featured on the TDSB website
Raise Your Voice – Media Club
This video won the Provincial Grand Prize for the Kaleidoscope World Video Challenge in Ontario and went on to compete at the National Level. The Media Club used the $1000.00 winnings to purchase more equipment for the classroom. The Media Club wrote and recorded the song “Raise Your Voice”
Head Lice Prevention – Rm. 307
The students researched effective ways to prevent and bring awareness to head Lice and characterized these scary little creatures. This video was also featured on the TDSB website
Guess the Pantomime – Rm 307
The students have created this game show approach to guessing Pantomimes they have created. Try your luck!