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  • Shot 1 0:00-0:27
  • Shot 2 0:27-0:43
  • Shot 3 0:43- 1:03
  • Video: Time- 27 Seconds| Shot, setting, action- medium, classroom, student listening to teacher give directions and packing his bag to go home| camera angle: birds eye view| Camera movement: zoom Audio: Sound: book slamming closed| Narration: teacher: Okay, don't forget to read for 20 minutes,and work on your math and science assignments tonight for homework. Go ahead and make sure you got all your things and all your books that you need to complete your homework tonight. 
  • Shot 4 1:03- 1:18
  • Video: Time- 16 seconds | Shot, setting, action- wide, classroom, none| camera angle: eye- level | Camera movement: pan  Audio:  Narration: the national education association and the national parent teacher organization follow the standard of ten minutes per grade level per night. Which means a third grader should only have 30 minutes of homework each night
  • Shot 5 1:18-1:38
  • Video: Time- 20 seconds| Shot, setting, action- extreme close up, teacher table, none| camera angle: eye- level  Audio: Narration: Ms.Holmes- Each night I give a math review of what we went over in class either that day or a previous day and i give a reading comprehension or language sheet that also is relevant to what we're learning in the class during that time. It normally shouldn't take students about 20 minutes or so to complete.
  • Shot 6 1:39- 1:53
  • Video: Time-15 seconds | Shot, setting, action-full, classroom, none | camera angle: eye-level  Audio: Sound: | Narration: Ms. Davis- I give leveled homework every week. One assignment per grade in a packet form and it's due at the end of the week and they get it every Monday. I grade it based on completion.Whether they completed it or not. 
  • Video: Time- 20 seconds | Shot, setting, action- medium close-up, classroom, none | camera angle:  eye- level  Audio:  Narration: Mrs. Konvicka- I personally give homework every night. They get reading and math. They also read for at least 10 minutes. This adds up to about 30 minutes of homework, however, I only grade it on completion. Students who complete it get a grade and those who do not it does not effect their grade in a negative way. 
  • Video: Time- 14 seconds| Shot, setting, action-full, classroom, grading papers| camera angle: high angle| Camera movement: tracking  Audio: Narration: And then there is the issue of grading all that hard work. 12 out of 30 teachers at one elementary school say they don't even grade homework. While 18 out of 30 teachers say they grade for completion not accuracy. 
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