FW: [EASCI] Entry #3
- I believe you are correct about the stop being considered editing - if - you
were to add on another piece. I think it would be possible to use an
outstanding 14 minute tape, rather than an un-outstanding 20 minute one. If
you are excited with the 14 minutes you have and can make all of the
necessary connections with your writing, I'd give it a shot (just my
opinion). I remember reading that the tape is just additional evidence
anyway and that the primary media scored for that entry is your write up.
I passed last year and did fairly well on entry three with a tape with less
than optimal audio - it was 20 min. though.
From: Stacy Cordes
Sent: 12/30/2002 12:04 AM
Subject: Re: [EASCI] Entry #3
I am just working on my NBC as we speak, but from what
I understand, any stopping of the video is considered
editing. Therefore I would guess that it would not be
accepted. I was told even turning the sound off while
moving it the camcorder was considered editing. I
could be wrong though.
--- "baileyboye <jadatay@...>"
> I am working on entry #3. I have a videotape that I__________________________________________________
> think I might
> want to use but it contains only 14 minutes (not the
> full 20) of good
> discussion (the bell rang and we finished the
> discussion the
> following day) Is this acceptable? My video shows
> interaction as well as teacher-student interaction.
> The kids show a
> great deal of insight into other experiments that
> could be done to
> answer questions that came up during our discussion.
> (the video does
> not, however show a summary/ wrap-up of the
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