Daily Class Activities

Daily Class Activity 1

Sequence Analysis // Metropolis

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Film Info” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of the film.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city’s mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

 

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

 

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 2

Sequence Analysis // Wizard of Oz

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Film Info” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of of the film.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

Dorothy Gale is swept away to a magical land in a tornado and embarks on a quest to see the Wizard who can help her return home.

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 3

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 4

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 5

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 6

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 7

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 8

City Lights (1931)

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Film Info” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

With the aid of a wealthy erratic tippler, a dewy-eyed tramp who has fallen in love with a sightless flower girl accumulates money to be able to help her medically.

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 9

Casablanca (1941)

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Film Info” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of the film.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 10

Titanic (1998)

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Film Info” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of the film.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

A seventeen-year-old aristocrat falls in love with a kind, but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic.

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 11

Stagecoach (1939)

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Film Info” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of the film.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

A group of people traveling on a stagecoach find their journey complicated by the threat of Geronimo and learn something about each other in the process.

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 12

A Fist Full of Dollars (1964)

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of the film.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

Due before next class (every class)

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 13

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

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  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 14

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 15

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Daily Class Activity 16

Sequence Analysis | Science Fiction

  • STEP 1: Click on the “Video Links” tab.
  • STEP 2: Choose a ~60 second sequence from ANY part of ANY film on the list.
  • STEP 3: Login to your Baidu account to view.
  • STEP 4: Count the total number of edits (cuts) in the sequence.
  • STEP 5: Take (x1) screenshot (Windows/Mac) of each of the different parts in the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 screenshots)
  • STEP 6: Click on the “Template” tab.
  • STEP 7: Complete the form/template for each part of the sequence (e.g. 16 cuts = 16 parts = 16 forms) in a separate Word .doc file.
  • STEP 8: Login to MrBoling.com and create a new post.
  • STEP 9: Write an interesting title related to the post.
  • STEP 10: Copy/paste the .doc file into MrBoling.com to create a blog post including the screenshots and all of the information from the template. Follow the formatting found in this EXAMPLE.
  • STEP 11: Write “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy” (w/ hyperlinks) at the bottom of your post.
  • STEP 12: Comment on (x2) two other students’ daily class posts within 24 hours of submission. 100 word minimum/comment.

Due before the next class

Login here

  • NAME OF FILM:
  • LINK TO FILM:
  • TOTAL # OF EDITS:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 1) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot: Describe how many seconds between the cuts.
  • Type of Shot: Describe the type of shot/framing (e.g. medium, close up, over the shoulder, etc.).
  • Camera Movement: Describe the camera movement (e.g. pan, tilt, zoom, push, etc.).
  • Camera Blocking: Describe how the camera is moving around the space (e.g. First the camera pushes in from the _____ to the blank, then the camera follows the _______ and tilts up to reveal the ________.). 2 sentence minimum
  • Actor(s) Blocking: Describe how the actor is moving around the space (e.g. First _______ looks up, then _______ stands up from the chair and walks to the right side of the room, then _______ stops and looks at the floor before closing his/her eyes). 2 sentence minimum

— SCREENSHOT (PART 2) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 3) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

— SCREENSHOT (PART 4) —

  • Time Code: 0:00 – 0:00
  • Length of Shot:
  • Type of Shot:
  • Camera Movement:
  • Camera Blocking:
  • Actor(s) Blocking:

NOTE: Continue for all remaining shots in your 60 second sequence.

Due before next class (every class)

Late Submission Policy

Mr. Boling’s late policy is very strict. If an assignment is turned in late for any reason, that assignment will be graded according to the following policy:

  • 1 Day Late (24 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x1) letter grade. For example, an A will be changed to a B.
  • 2 Days Late (48 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x2) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a C.
  • 3 Days Late (72 hours) – The grade will be reduced by (x3) letter grades. For example, an A will be changed to a D.
  • More Than 3 Days Late – The maximum grade for any assignment submitted after 3 days is 50%. No exceptions.

NOTE: Weekend days and holiday vacation periods are also considered when evaluating late submissions (e.g. If an assignment is due on Friday but is submitted on Monday, the assignment is 3 days (72 hours) late – not 1 day late).

Internet Submission Issues

In the event that you encounter internet-related issues (e.g. speed, website access, etc.), please follow the following steps:

  • STEP 1: Do not wait until the last minute. Try to post as early as possible (e.g. 48 hours+ before due date).
  • STEP 2: Try accessing the websites in another browser (e.g. Firefox/Safari/Chrome/Internet Explorer).
  • STEP 3: Try waiting 1 hour and trying again in different browsers.
  • STEP 4: Try writing your post in Microsoft Word and then copying/pasting your post onto the blog at school using your own laptop.
  • STEP 5: If you do not have your laptop at school, save your work on USB and bring it to school. Then use a school computer (Room 403 or Room 401) to upload.
  • STEP 6: If the student wifi is slow, ask Mr. Boling and he will let you use the “Teacher Wifi”.
  • STEP 7: If all of the above options do not work (browser/waiting/school wifi/school lab/teacher wifi), then email your the assignment to cboling@this.edu.cn before class. This email must be received BEFORE class and must include all of the following:
    • Screenshots of issue/problem with internet
    • All parts of the original assignment (e.g. text, images, screenshots, links, quotes, etc)
    • The SUBJECT line should look like this: “INTERNETISSUE_NameOfClass_NameOfAssignment_ NameOfStudent_OriginalDueDate”

Plagiarism Policy

Cheating and/or plagiarism is 100% unacceptable in any form. Any assignment that is plagiarized (even just a few sentences) will automatically receive a zero. No exceptions. Plagiarism includes all of the following:

  • copying and pasting articles and other information of which you did not conceive or write on your own
  • translating articles or other information found online from Chinese to English and then presenting it as your own ideas
  • writing an assignment in Chinese and then having someone else (e.g. friend, family member, online service) translate it into English for you
  • copying parts of an article and changing the words around (e.g. changing verbs, adjectives, etc.)
  • re-writing an article in your own words but based on someone else’s ideas
  • copying the work of another student
  • any other process by which you misrepresent someone else’s words/ideas as your own
  • click HERE for MLA Citation guidelines

Rule of Thumb: if you have a question about it, then don’t risk it.

Remember to include ALL of the following:

  • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy“.
  • A screenshot for every different shot.
  • A completed template for every shot.
  • Correct formatting as found in this EXAMPLE.
  • (x2) comments on other students’ posts (100 word minimum/post)
  • (x1) one “Featured Image” (e.g. your favorite screenshot)
  • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Daily Class Activity
  • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Cuts (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
  • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due before next class (every class)

Weekly Mini-Projects

Weekly Mini-Project 1

Shot-By-Shot | Harry Potter

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: HARRY POTTER
  • NOTE: Login to your Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due Sunday before 12 midnight

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Weekly Mini-Project 2

Shot-By-Shot | Titanic

  • STEP 1: Watch the following clip: TITANIC 1 & TITANIC 2
  • NOTE: Login to your Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 3

Shot-By-Shot | Hugo

  • STEP 1: Watch the following clip: HUGO 1 & HUGO 2
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 4

Shot-By-Shot | Iron Man

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: IRON MAN 1 & IRON MAN 2
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 5

Shot-By-Shot | Big Hero 6

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: BIG HERO SIX 1 & BIG HERO SIX 2
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 6

Shot-By-Shot | Star Wars

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: STAR WARS 1 & STAR WARS 2
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 7

Shot-By-Shot | Jurassic Park

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: JURASSIC PARK
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 8

Shot-By-Shot | Titanic

STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: TITANIC 

  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 9

Shot-By-Shot | North By Northwest

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: NORTH BY NORTHWEST 
  • AFTER EFFECTS TUTORIAL
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 10 (2 Weeks)

Shot-By-Shot | Star Wars

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: STAR WARS 
  • AFTER EFFECTS TUTORIAL
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 11 (2 Weeks)

Shot-By-Shot | Mission Impossible

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 12

Recreate A Scene | Coming Soon

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: COMING SOON 
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 13

Recreate A Scene | Coming Soon

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: COMING SOON 
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 14

Recreate A Scene | Coming Soon

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: COMING SOON 
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 15

Recreate A Scene | Coming Soon

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: COMING SOON 
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

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Weekly Mini-Project 16

Recreate A Scene | Coming Soon

  • STEP 1: Watch the following 30 second clip: COMING SOON 
  • NOTE: Create a Baidu account to view. You may stream or download.
  • STEP 2: Analyze the clip and identify the types of shots, camera movements, camera blocking, and actor blocking.
  • STEP 3: Working together with your group members, re-create the clip shot-by-shot.
  • STEP 4: Record all of the shots from the clip using THIS cameras, personal cameras, smartphones, etc. Group members should act/operate the camera. Each shot must match EXACTLY the type of shot, camera movement, camera blocking, and actor blocking from the original 30 second clip. No audio is needed, only visuals. Backgrounds/objects/costumes do not need to match exactly but should be as similar as possible.
  • STEP 5: Edit the footage of your group members acting/recreating the clip. You may use iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or any other editing software. The THIS Mac Lab is available everyday after school (by appointment) or you may use your personal computer. The edited video should match the 30 second clip EXACTLY.
  • STEP 6: Combine the original clip and your group’s new clip into (x1) split-screen video. Both videos should play side-by-side and the audio from the original clip should remain.
  • STEP 7: Export your group’s split screen video, upload it to Baidu, copy/paste the video link, and submit a blog post to MrBoling.com. One post per group.
  • STEP 8: Include all of the following:
    • Post title
    • Names of group members
    • Public link to uploaded video
    • The phrase “I understand Mr. Boling’s Late Policy & Plagiarism Policy”.
    • FEATURED IMAGE: Screenshot of your split-screen video.
    • CATEGORIES: Classes, Digital Video Weekly Mini Project
    • TAGS: Digital Video, Daily Class Activity, # of Shots (e.g. 16), Name of Film (e.g. Harry Potter)
    • POLICIES: Points will be deducted for late submissions. Click here to review Mr. Boling’s Late Policy. If you have any internet/technical problems, follow these guidelines (in order).

Due Sunday before 12 midnight

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