Video assignment:


Create a video from your storyboards that is 2:00 - 3:00 minutes (not allowed to be more than 5:00) that fulfills the following requirements:

In the 21st Century, Digital Communication tools are necessary to shape the future of education (how should your digital communication tool be used to improve education?).

Due Date:

Videos need to be posted to the appropriate wiki page by February 9, 2011

Topic

In the 21st Century, Digital Communication tools are necessary to shape the future of education (how should your digital communication tool be used to improve education?).

Required Components

  • Videos are made on an individual basis.
  • Students should request an outsourced clip for their video. (post your request on the Outsource Video Requests page.
  • Every student should create and deliver an outsourced clip to someone else.
  • Videos should be 2-3 minutes long. If a student wishes to go over 5 minutes, he/she must request permission from the teacher to go over time.
  • All credits and citations must be included in the credits at the end of the film. Because of consent laws, only PPHS students may be used as actors (consent forms have already been signed during registration). Use only first names of actors in your credits.
  • The appropriate license should be used in the video. Be careful about using copyrighted music in the film as you are publishing your video to the web. Use creative commons to be sure (only license free music may be used - Mr. Langley will create a page of links to sites of music that are safe to use).

Scoring of Videos (150 total possible points):

  • Video follows the storyboard - up to 10 points
  • Video fully addresses the topic - up to 50 points
  • Video contains support throughout the video (integrated) - up to 50 points
  • Video contains a quality introduction - up to 10 points
  • Video contains a quality conclusion - up to 10 points
  • Video recording of voice is of superior quality and eye contact is maintained whenever appropriate - up to 10 points
  • Video contains the appropriate citations in the credits at the end of the film - up to 10 points
If any of the above items are missing, the video will not be scored and will be considered incomplete. Video must be embedded in your wiki page in order to receive credit.

Submitting Videos

  • All videos must be uploaded to either YouTube or Blip.TV.
  • Embed your video in the appropriate place on this wiki, completing all information by the deadline!