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MP4, also known as MPEG4 is mainly a video format that is used to store video and audio data. Also it can store images and subtitles. Normally it is used to share videos over internet. MP4 can embed any data over private streams. Streaming information is included in MP4 using a distinct hint.




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MOV is a video format that is commonly associated with QuickTime. This video extension is developed by Apple. It uses an algorithm to compress video and audio. Although it is a proprietary of Apple, it runs on both MAC and Windows OS.


Welcome to the home of Open Social Studies (formerly called Understanding Our World), which is an inquiry-based and literacy-focused K-6 social studies curriculum. It is free and open source. Return to the main curriculum home page.


Starting in the early elementary grades, all children should receive regular instruction in the social studies, which includes history, civics, geography, and economics. However, there are real pressures on schools and teachers to increase the amount of instruction in other subject areas, which often comes at the expense of their social studies time.


This curriculum was built to help teachers in K-6 schools regularly enact powerful and authentic social studies in their classrooms that will also meet essential literacy goals (linking every lesson to the Common Core State Standards). In other words, it leverages the richness of social studies content to help students learn to read, write, and think critically while exploring the past and present world around them. Moreover, it aims to make every single lesson culturally relevant, connecting to the racial, ethnic, gender, class, language, and immigration experience of the increasingly diverse United States. Originally, this curriculum was designed to help teachers in the Boston Public Schools regularly integrate social studies into their classrooms. It is now available to all teachers for free and open source with the hope of improving social studies learning for elementary students.


This curriculum is organized by grade level, with an organizing theme, and each grade is color coated for quick reference. It currently includes Grades 1-6 (with expansion to Kindergarten in the near future). Within each grade level, it is organized by lesson. At the beginning of each grade level, there is a roadmap for that shows the individual lesson topics. Additionally, each lesson plan follows the same lesson plan template and always includes a thought-provoking inquiry question for the students to answer and primary/secondary sources to use as evidence. All lessons for the primary grades (K-2) are expected to be 30 minutes in length and the intermediate grades (3-6) are expected to be 45 minutes in length. However, depending on the pace of your students, lessons may need to span two or more 30- or 45-minute periods.


This curriculum includes three separate resources. The Instructor Manual includes all of the lesson plans, including materials, standards, procedures, and evaluation instructions. The Student Workbook includes all of the student handouts and other materials that teachers need to print for the various activities. The Student Sourcebook includes all of the documents that students are expected to use during the various inquiry activities, which teachers need to print for the various activities. We encourage teachers or principals to have the materials in the Student Sourcebook color-printed into bound packets, so they can be used in multiple classrooms or over multiple years. If students are using a bounded sourcebook, avoid having them highlight/underline as some lesson instructions suggest. In this Instructor Manual, each title listed in the Table of Contents is a hyperlink to that specific lesson. This will help you quickly locate each lesson plan.


IMPORTANT: While you can stream these videos, to avoid Internet connectivity issues please download the videos and play them from a classroom computer (as the bandwith of this website can only handle a few computers streaming a video at once). To download videos: Macintosh users control click/right click and "save link as"; Windows users right click and "save target as."


In addition to these characters the team animated Bor gullet, the large, octopus-like creatures with the ability to read thought. This was brought to life with a combination of a practical creature from Creature and Special Makeup Effects Supervisor Neil Scanlans, and CG tentacles from ILM.


The team also animated the space battle and the AT-ACTs (All Terrain Armored Cargo Transports) at Scarif and the AT STs (the two legged versions: All Terrain Scout Transport) seen at Jedda. For more on these see part 1 of our coverage.


K-2SO is a reprogrammed Imperial security droid now loyal to the Rebel Alliance, K-2SO is a fully digital character voiced by Alan Tudyk (Firefly/ Serenity, Transformers: Dark of the Moon ). The brutally honest droid is an effective rebel agent, as he can blend in perfectly at Imperial installations as a strategy droid.


The interesting animation aspect for the ILM character animators was the right level of expressiveness and range of motion. Not only was K2 fully digital unlike most on screen appearances of C3PO, but in the timeline of Star Wars this film was of the same era of tech as the 1977 original.


Interestingly, the result of wearing stilts is that the knee joint is pushed disproportionately up the leg. For a walk or run cycle this means a very different gait than if the knee is more mid way down the leg. Ironically, this happened before on Jar Jar Binks. Rob Coleman, who animated and supervised character animation on Episode 1 at ILM, pointed out to fxguide previously that while many people did not like the walk cycle of Jar Jar, it was how a character would need to walk if their lower tibia leg bone was so much longer than their thigh Femur.


For some scenes acting on stilts was too restrictive an option and for those times Alan wore a back pack rig that supported a K2 head at the right height above his head, for the other actors to have an eyeline reference.


The team discovered that much of the comic communication could be achieved from the looks between characters. It was not the dialogue but the timing of a glance by K2 to Cassian, that communicated the subtext of the moment. Unlike BB8 or many other characters there was no secondary animation (antennas, cables etc) or other traditional devices the animators could fall back on.


For the interior of the ships, background extensions were often required. Instead of building just the immediate set and having green screen behind the foreground actors, the production took a very different approach. The ship sets were built with practical completed foreground sets, but in the background they built very simple stand-in solid forms but in roughly the right colours. This allowed the actors in that part of the shot to know approximately where walls and controls were rather than having to estimate from video splits.


But this approach served a more important function for the comp team, compared to traditional green screen keying. The white or grey rough plywood shapes that near any background actor produced the correct bounce light, and avoided green spill or fringing. The entire set could be lit, and the actors would be rotoscoped off the correct coloured backgrounds. While roto is a mainstay activity, it is still complex to roto blur out of focus background characters off one tonal plate and comp them into a different tonal CG background without either affecting the quality of the key edge.


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