Book Print Video Competition
Instructions to Compete
Limit 2 entries per chapter
Students will create a video sharing their “Book Print” of the five most impactful books in the student’s life.
Any video program can be used. The finished product will need to be in a format that can either (1) be uploaded and viewed from Edmodo or (2) be linked to a public URL link by submitting the URL to Edmodo.
The book trailer entry is an individual competition.
Each chapter is allowed to submit 2 entries.
Method of Submission:
Advisers will submit entries through the online Canvas Adviser Group. Directions will be emailed to paid chapter advisers prior to the deadline.
All entries must be submitted by:
No later than February 1 - Entries must be submitted by the Chapter Advisor -- only 2 entries per chapter (4-5), (6-8), and (9-12).
Book Print Video Rubric
Student submissions will include the following and will be judged on the quality of each category.
Book Print incorporates anchor standards
Video incorporates all three anchor standards.
Video includes some, but not all, of the three anchor standards or they are not clearly visible.
Video does not incorporate any of the anchor standards.
Book Print includes 6 required activities
Video includes all 6 required activities (see description for list of 6 activities).
Video has more than half of the 6 required activities but is missing a few elements.
Video lists less than half or none of the 7 required activities.
Video advertises the book in a unique and creative way.
Video has creative elements but includes too many generic aspects.
Video is not creative and unique.
Spelling and Grammar
Video includes text that has no spelling or grammar errors
Video includes text that has less than 4 spelling or grammar errors
Video includes text that has 5 or more spelling or grammar errors
Classroom Lesson Plan
Unit: Tome Society
Subject Area: English/Language Arts
Grade Level: 6th-12th
Time: At least three class periods to create and edit the book print as well as time outside of class as necessary
By applying visual learning techniques and reading comprehension, students will be able to better understand and describe central ideas or themes and summarize key ideas in the form of a video presentation.
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