After a unit of learning about what causes cells to become cancerous, I invite my students put together a public informational video about one of the many treatments for cancer. The rubric provided gives details about what must be included in their typed script and accompanying video. I gave students about 1.5 hours in class to work on their research, script and videos. (The last page listed in the documents is a template to help them with their research.) I also provided them access to computers for the research and typing of the script and then to iPads for creating their videos. (However, many of them just used their phones for the videos.) I also reinforced the idea that their videos must be for the "general public", which really forced them to think about how to communicate their information in an easy-to-understand way.