The P1MVP

The Persuasive One-Minute Video Project

AKA: P1MVP

Questions to Consider:

  • How persuasive are you?
  • Do you use your persuasive power for good?

A counter-example??

(For a great example of superior digital media skills and oral development (in a different context), please see Haruki’s Quarter 2 Learning From Others Screencast!)

Prompt: Create a 30 second to 1-minute video persuading your audience that 1) war contains zero good and that 2) they should take personal action to promote peace.

Student Example Videos: check out the playlist!


Requirements:

  1. Cite 3 (Honors)/2 (Standard) sources to bolster your persuasion, including a works cited slide at the end of your video (See this Google Slide with Video for assistance)
  2. Convey your message logically and clear
  3. Acknowledge alternative perspectives on war, while differentiating your perspective and elevating it as the best perspective
  4. Prepare your words, visuals, and video to fit your purpose and audience
  5. Make strategic use of digital technology (textual, graphical, audio, and visual; interactive is a bonus) to enhance your message
  6. Stay within the time requirements of 30 seconds to 1 minute

Grading on Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas:

Oral Development

50 points possible

Present information, findings, and supporting evidence (1), conveying a clear and distinct perspective, such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning (2), alternative or opposing perspectives are addressed (3), and the organization, development, substance, and style are appropriate to purpose & audience (4).

Mastery

50-45

Satisfactory

44-35

Developing

34-0

All 4 points undeniably present 3 out of 4 points undeniably present 2 or less points are pressent

Portfolio

50 points possible

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.11-12.5
Make strategic use of digital media (e.g., textual (1), graphical (2), audio (3), visual (4), and interactive elements) in presentations to enhance understanding of findings, reasoning, and evidence and to add interest.

Mastery

50-45

Satisfactory

44-35

Developing

34-0

All 4 points undeniably present 3 out of 4 points undeniably present 2 or less points are pressent

Housing requirement: In addition to submitting your work via Google Classroom, you must also house your work on your digital portfolio

Works Cited & In-text Citations: Completed using MLA formatting

Optional but recommended: Incorporation of your Walking Dictionary Mastery Words correctly and naturally

Deadlines:

  • Seniors (because you have 2 extra days during MAP testing): April 12th
  • Juniors: April 18th