Presentation on theme: "Comedy – to entertain or amuse Drama – tell a story with emotions and feelings News – report real current events Documentary – provide a personal view."— Presentation transcript:
Comedy – to entertain or amuse Drama – tell a story with emotions and feelings News – report real current events Documentary – provide a personal view Instructional – teaches something Promotional – presents an idea or concept Public Service Announcement – changes someone mind Music Video (must be original music) Sports – captures the essence of a sport
A production that includes full motion productions Live on-screen talent appears in the form of actors, instructors, hosts, or narrators. Media accepted are CD, or DVD. Time limit: 7 minutes
Examples: –Fantastic Mr. FoxFantastic Mr. Fox –Food Label BasicsFood Label Basics –Rules for the PlaygroundRules for the Playground
Draw or create a 2 dimensional character who will be the star of your story, then make a video. Media accepted are CD, or DVD. Time limit: 7 minutes
Examples: –Cops and RobbersCops and Robbers –Humans Vs. AliensHumans Vs. Aliens
Use clay, objects, or models to create 3 dimensional characters who will be the star in your story, then make a video. Media accepted are CD, or DVD. Time limit: 7 minutes
Examples: –How to Make the Lego X-WingHow to Make the Lego X-Wing –Dance SchoolDance School –Medieval AnimalsMedieval Animals
A series of images from slides, photographs, still video or digital images rendered into a production using PowerPoint or Hyperstudio. They may or may not include audio. This could be an electronic picture book.
Examples: –A White Stinky MomentA White Stinky Moment –Do Dogs Get Tired of Eating the Same FoodDo Dogs Get Tired of Eating the Same Food –Get a GripGet a Grip –The Gilbert Gang Goes to the TEDThe Gilbert Gang Goes to the TED
These projects are a slideshow presentation that involves the organization of a number of original photographs on a single theme. Titles and captions may be used.
Examples: –Angel MoundsAngel Mounds –No Matter How Different We AreNo Matter How Different We Are –NatureNature
Personal – If you have your own personal web site Instructional – If youve done a web site for informational reasons Entertainment – If it doesnt fit any of the other categories Include a site map (table of contents) This must be turned in on a disk, CD or VHS tape.
Examples: –GeometryGeometry –Mrs. Tuckers Famous Hall of WaxMrs. Tuckers Famous Hall of Wax –My First ABCsMy First ABCs
These projects must be original student work that has been scanned into slideshow software or original student artwork that has been created on a computer and imported into some type of slideshow software. An author page may include a commercially produced school picture of the student.
Examples: –My Dad is a SuperheroMy Dad is a Superhero
A podcast is a digital audio program that can be downloaded and played on a computer or digital audio player. A podcast can be a stand-alone item or one of a series, though only one of the series should be submitted. Files should be in mp3 or mp4. RSS files are not required. All podcast entries must be available for download from the Internet, but due to a technological uncertainties all podcast entries must include a backup CD or DVD. Video podcasts are not accepted.