As teachers we are all looking for new teaching methods that will give our students a learning experience they will carry with them throughout their lives. Creating video productions is a good teaching method that works, and, in fact, will give the student a learning experience that he or she will never forget. This comprehensive guide will make you and your students video masters! Imagine your students writing and producing documentaries about historical events, movies that portray short stories they are reading, or commercials that demonstrate persuasive techniques. Lights, Camera, Action! offers practical ideas for incorporating video production into the traditional content of any classroom. The author covers simple projects for first-timers, in-depth documentary projects, community service videos, and much more. Examples of video project ideas for several subject areas are provided. Video projects give students hands-on learning experiences that can be shared with others. News programs can make your students campus celebrities while they learn to incorporate problem solving, research, and reasoning.Limpus, Bruce is the author of 'Lights! Camera! Action!: A Guide to Using Video Production in the Classroom', published 1996 under ISBN 9781882664085 and ISBN 1882664086.