It has two video options: (1) Students can create a book trailer video for their chosen book that includes the reasons for the ban and persuades their peers to read it anyway or (2) They can create an argument video arguing against or for the banning of their book.
There is a rubric that can be used for both options. There is a group tracker that you can use if you decide to have students work in groups: it has a place for each group member to write down the jobs they've done in this project so you can clearly see how each student has contributed.
There is a resource list with several links to guides that will show students how to create videos, free online video editors, and links to examples of these kind of videos.
Students can do this project individually or in groups. I am always happy to customize projects for your classroom needs- just ask if you want something adjusted or changed. Thanks!
- Project Instructions
- Rhetorical Appeals and Logical Fallacies Handout
- Rhetorical Appeals and Logical Fallacies Quiz with Answer Key
- Resource List
- Script Formatting Handout
- Story Board Handouts
- Task Tracker to track who is doing which task in the group.
- How to use Adobe Spark to create a video
- How to turn in videos from Adobe Spark (a variety of options each with their own handout)
*Note: If you bought my Book Trailer project this contains a few of the same handouts such as the Story Board and Adobe Spark handouts.
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