May 16, 2016
6-1 science groups will be premiering their space videos "Can we live there?" from 9am-10:45am and 11:30am-1:15pm in the Media Center. Stop by and we will play one for you and the students can tell you all about it. Remember, it's about the process!!
Can't make it Wednesday? that's ok--Here are 2 student created videos Video 1 Video 2 we will be showing!
What is that green wall for?
- The students used our freshly painted green screens and the "Green Screen" app to create their videos sharing their knowledge about sustaining life on other planets.
- Click here for 58 sec. of unscripted examples of Green Screen potential from your ITF and Winston Grant
- Live from the Supreme Court
How long did it take to create the 2 min science videos? (after the research was complete)
- 1 class period -wrote the script based on the research using Google Doc
- 1 class period-rehearse and memorize for HW
- 1 class period to record and edit with help from the LIMIT team
- 1 class period to finalize edit and watch!
- 0 students off task!!!
- 100% of student collaborating and creating and learning!!
10 ways to use student created videos with your content:
(keep the video under 2 min, under 20 lines of script; record your whole class in 1 day with the LIMIT team!)
1. Tell a fiction or nonfiction short story using the key components of a plot diagram-(include a math problem)
2. Conduct an interview with a character-historical figure-inventor-scientist
3. Talk to your 18 yr old self or have a historical person talk to the class
4. Advice to a historical leader or current leader - if you had 2 min with ____, what advice would you give?
5. Book Trailer or Book Review
6. "Live on Location" news report from anywhere in the universe on any topic
7. Teach vocabulary (compare and contrast)
8. Teen Science Show - From hypothesis to conclusion- record your hypothesis BEFORE conducting the experiment
9. 2 min lesson on ________ - content may vary (audience may vary--elementary, middle, parents, or senior citizens)
10. Tours of _____ (locations can be key locations in history, introduce a math problem, science related, colleges)