What_is_Moving_Image_Education(Creative_Scotland)

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What is Moving Image Education? : 

What is Moving Image Education? Authored by Creative Scotland September 2010 www.creativescotland.org.uk

Definition : 

Definition Moving Image Education (MIE) refers to: Learning and teaching practices which develop moving image media literacy – a repertoire of competences that let people analyse, evaluate and create messages in a wide variety of media modes, genres and forms Authored by Creative Scotland September 2010

Moving Image Media Literacy : 

Moving Image Media Literacy Moving Image Media literacy means Being inspired and equipped to understand, appreciate, explore, create and share screen media Authored by Creative Scotland September 2010

So what is MIE, practically speaking? : 

So what is MIE, practically speaking? In practice, MIE involves Watching and listening to a range of short film texts, discussing and analysing them Generating discursive and creative written work, storyboards and scripts Making a range of moving image artefacts, re-purposing ‘found’ material, digital storytelling (not necessarily large scale film-making projects) Exploring genres and types of texts that might be less familiar, e.g. short films, archive film, foreign language film; and re-examining familiar texts Authored by Creative Scotland September 2010

Criterion for effectiveness : 

Criterion for effectiveness MIE is most effective if Cultural, aesthetic and linguistic elements are at the heart of the learning how is meaning generated, what pleasures does it afford, how does it connect to the rest of our culture? Conversely, using moving image texts simply as a ‘vehicle’ for some other purpose, for thematic illustration for example, is unlikely to be as successful. Authored by Creative Scotland September 2010

Let’s pull it all together : 

Let’s pull it all together Moving image education involves analysing moving image texts, creating them, exploring, appreciating, enjoying and sharing them, and understanding their rhetorical and aesthetic operation. This is neatly expressed in the ‘3Cs’ of media literacy: Cultural access Critical understanding Creative activity The ‘3Cs’ are overlapping parts of a whole, each enriching and supporting the development of the other aspects, rather than separate and distinct learningactivities. Authored by Creative Scotland September 2010

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