Students practice prepared scripts, film a broadcast, critique the clips, and create a criteria for improving broadcasts. Teacher creates rubric from student generated criteria. Class then critique the original broadcasts using the rubric, practice using the criteria, refilm and critique looking for improvements.
This lesson is designed to further student understanding of what it looks like to be a good Digital Citizen in their community. Students will use the medium of filmmaking to share their understanding of digital citizenship and to either portray a fictional scenario involving a digital citizenship principle or a documentary-style clip sharing information about digital citizenship.Event Photographer and Videographer Icon courtesy of canva for education wichaiwi from WiStudio
In this lesson, students will be asked to read a grade level appropriate story and make a digital storyboard that includes the basic elements of the story. These elements are: characters, setting, beginning, middle and end. They will illustrate the key elements of the story and use Apple Keynote to create and present a digital slideshow retelling of the story.
This is a fun lesson to help students navigate through iMovie while forming a video presentation to introduce themselves to their classmates. Image Credit: https://openclipart.org/detail/291674/little-owl-friends