Craft your 2-minute vlog SPeech...
Helpful Links for Today's Class:How to videos & Exemplars:
Record a 2-minute vlog post...
Find a quiet spot somewhere in the high school building (do not disturb other classes) and find a place to record your video...
FAQs for this Summative:
How long can my video be?
You should aim for 2 minutes (+/- 10% rule)
Where/how will I turn this in?
You will post your video to SeeSaw
Can I use a visual or slide?
You may hold up an image, concept map while recording your video-- or-- screencast record a slide if you are doing more of a screencast video rather than recording yourself on screen.
Do I have to be visibly in the video?
You can either record yourself talking --or-- you can do screencasting. Screencasting will require words, at least one image (could be your concept map) and audio narration. Your audience playing the video needs something to look at.
Are there any exemplars I can look at for this?
There are not any exemplars for this specific assignment, but there are a couple of exemplars you can look at for what a “vlog” looks like. See the “Helpful Resources” listed above.
Can I pretend to be a YouTuber?
Absolutely! If you want to do a parody of John Green or any other Youtuber that's fine as long as you ensure your speech demonstrates your conceptual understanding of the concepts and you give supporting examples with evidence and talk about why this matters historically and/or is relevant today. Your classmates will see your video and so will your parents. Just be sure you've met the requirements as stated in the rubric.
Exit Ticket -- add your video to seesaw
Be sure you add your video to SeeSaw before you leave!
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