Monday Mar 3 - Copyright and KSTL Competition


7th Block:
1. Show presentations on Copyright to the rest of the class.
Groups:
  • Jake, Marisa and Ashley
  • Andrew, Nathan and Jen
  • Robert, Chris and Tom

2. Create and share Copyright presentations.
Groups and Scenarios:
  • Josh, Sammie, and Maria - Scenario #1
  • Aaron and Halli - Scenario #2
  • Cassie, Ren, Forest - Scenario #3

3. Share at the end of the hour.
4. Put presentations in Quicktime or iTunes format onto iPod. (Jake will you get it out and make sure it gets put away?)
5. Begin working on KSTL Competition - We have been approved to attend!
  • Divide into groups and look at requirements for the project you are doing. Follow the steps out-line below.
  • Create a google doc (docs.google.com) and share with the members in your group and with Mrs. Gray (tgray352@gmail.com) Use it to do the following:
    • Brainstorm ideas with your group.
    • Assign Jobs for your group members.
  • Create a storyboard/outline of your plan. (Storyboards on desk in front of room.)
  • Begin creating your project.
    • Groups and Projects: You may want to change from PSA since so many chose it. If you don't have a project listed or if you change your mind, tell the sub so she can write it down for me.
Forrest and Andrew - Bullying PSA
Jake and Ren - Bullying PSA
Aaron and Josh - Bullying PSA
Nathan and Tom - Bullying PSA
Sammie, Ashley and Maria - School News
Marisa and Halli - School Web Page
Chris and Robert - Bullying PSA
Cassie and Jen - Multimedia
KSTL Projects:
1. Video Production: Student(s) will present an original video production they have completed that informs the audience of "School News", "Sports" or "Information Feature", Video Presentations on "Feature News" or "Sports" are limited to 5 minutes for the video with a 2 minute introduction, total presentation time is limited to 7 minutes. Students may present the video in Quicktime, AVI, Windows Media Player, or Real Player. The video format must be platform independent (ie. Compatible with both Mac/Windows). The video MUST BE presented through a local media. Time will not be allowed for downloading the video. Acceptable media formats include, VHS, DVD, CD, or Laptop.
2. Video Production-Public Service Announcement: Student(s) will present an original video production they have completed that informs the audience on the topic of "Bullying".
Video Public Service Announcement: 30 Seconds in length
A Public Service Announcement, or PSA, is a non-commercial ad with a goal to change people’s attitudes about a particular social issue. Be creative, and unique. Example: How bystanders can make a difference, or create your own slogan/phrase line. Cyberbullying is included in this. Just remember your video must be 30 seconds. No more, no less. If credits are at the end of the video, they need to be after the 30 second mark, credits will NOT count against your 30 seconds.
Guidelines on Content
  1. Entrants should submit a PSA of 30 seconds in length on bullying.
  2. Entries must contain all original material (including music, images, etc.). No trademarked, copyrighted or branded materials, logos, products, etc., can be used without written permission from the owner or business.
  3. If used, the written permission must be presented to the Judges at the competition.
  4. PSA must contain a slogan: Example: Stand UP. Bullying. If you see it, you can stop it.
  5. PSAs must not contain any profanity or nudity.
  6. Students may present the video in Quicktime, AVI, Windows Media Player, or Real Player. The video format must be platform independent (ie. Compatible with both Mac/Windows).
The video MUST BE presented through a local media. Time will not be allowed for downloading the video. Acceptable media formats include, VHS, DVD, CD, or Laptop.
3. Web Design: Students will compete and present an original website in an open category for school web pages, teacher web pages, community web pages, etc. Web pages MUST BE student designed. You may not present someone else's work. Presentation is limited to 7 minutes.
4. Multimedia Presentation: Student(s) will demonstrate a multimedia presentation which he/she has created. This may be a PowerPoint, Hyperstudio, Flash, Ezedia, iLife or other multimedia presentation. The time for student(s) to present the project is limited to 7 minutes.
5. Technology Instruction Integration: Student(s) will demonstrate a project he/she developed to assist a teacher to integrate technology into a class in his/her school. This project must have been used in a classroom to aid a teacher in a classroom lesson. This may be a PowerPoint, Hyperstudio Flash, or other multimedia presentation.
The distinguishing factor for this category vs. the multimedia category is that the presentation was done for INSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES, and used by a teacher in the teaching of content. The time for student(s) to present the project is limited to 7 minutes.

8th Block:
1. Show presentations on Copyright to the rest of the class.
Groups and Scenarios: (Sorry, I'm not sure if I have all the groups correct here.)
  • Martin, Margo and Levi
  • Jonathan's group
  • Amanda's group
  • Other groups?

2. Anyone who has not finished the copyright presentation needs to finish and present at the end of the hour.
3. Put presentations in Quicktime or iTunes format onto iPod.
4. Begin working on KSTL Competition - We have been approved to attend!
  • Divide into groups and look at requirements for the project you are doing. Follow the steps out-lined below.
  • Create a google doc (docs.google.com) and share with the members in your group and with Mrs. Gray (tgray352@gmail.com) Use it to do the following:
    • Brainstorm ideas with your group.
    • Assign Jobs for your group members.
  • Create a storyboard/outline of your plan. (Storyboards on desk in front of room.)
  • Begin creating your project.
    • Groups and Projects: Decide what you are going to do and tell the teacher. She will write it down for me. Also, try not to all choose the same project. PSA is most popular. You might want to try something else. If your partner is gone, work on the project alone.
Amanda and Lauren -
Kylie, Margo and Heidi -
Toby and Levi -
Jason and Jonathan -
Andrew and Martin -
Renea and Tehnee -
KSTL Projects:
1. Video Production: Student(s) will present an original video production they have completed that informs the audience of "School News", "Sports" or "Information Feature", Video Presentations on "Feature News" or "Sports" are limited to 5 minutes for the video with a 2 minute introduction, total presentation time is limited to 7 minutes. Students may present the video in Quicktime, AVI, Windows Media Player, or Real Player. The video format must be platform independent (ie. Compatible with both Mac/Windows). The video MUST BE presented through a local media. Time will not be allowed for downloading the video. Acceptable media formats include, VHS, DVD, CD, or Laptop.
2. Video Production-Public Service Announcement: Student(s) will present an original video production they have completed that informs the audience on the topic of "Bullying".
Video Public Service Announcement: 30 Seconds in length
A Public Service Announcement, or PSA, is a non-commercial ad with a goal to change people’s attitudes about a particular social issue. Be creative, and unique. Example: How bystanders can make a difference, or create your own slogan/phrase line. Cyberbullying is included in this. Just remember your video must be 30 seconds. No more, no less. If credits are at the end of the video, they need to be after the 30 second mark, credits will NOT count against your 30 seconds.
Guidelines on Content
  1. Entrants should submit a PSA of 30 seconds in length on bullying.
  2. Entries must contain all original material (including music, images, etc.). No trademarked, copyrighted or branded materials, logos, products, etc., can be used without written permission from the owner or business.
  3. If used, the written permission must be presented to the Judges at the competition.
  4. PSA must contain a slogan: Example: Stand UP. Bullying. If you see it, you can stop it.
  5. PSAs must not contain any profanity or nudity.
  6. Students may present the video in Quicktime, AVI, Windows Media Player, or Real Player. The video format must be platform independent (ie. Compatible with both Mac/Windows).
The video MUST BE presented through a local media. Time will not be allowed for downloading the video. Acceptable media formats include, VHS, DVD, CD, or Laptop.
3. Web Design: Students will compete and present an original website in an open category for school web pages, teacher web pages, community web pages, etc. Web pages MUST BE student designed. You may not present someone else's work. Presentation is limited to 7 minutes.
4. Multimedia Presentation: Student(s) will demonstrate a multimedia presentation which he/she has created. This may be a PowerPoint, Hyperstudio, Flash, Ezedia, iLife or other multimedia presentation. The time for student(s) to present the project is limited to 7 minutes.
5. Technology Instruction Integration: Student(s) will demonstrate a project he/she developed to assist a teacher to integrate technology into a class in his/her school. This project must have been used in a classroom to aid a teacher in a classroom lesson. This may be a PowerPoint, Hyperstudio Flash, or other multimedia presentation.
The distinguishing factor for this category vs. the multimedia category is that the presentation was done for INSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES, and used by a teacher in the teaching of content. The time for student(s) to present the project is limited to 7 minutes.

Tuesday and Wednesday, Mar 4-5 - KSTL Competition

Work on KSTL Competition - We have been approved to attend!
  • With your partner look at requirements for the project you are doing. Follow the steps out-lined below.
  • Create a google doc (docs.google.com) and share with the members in your group and with Mrs. Gray (tgray352@gmail.com) Use it to do the following:
  • Brainstorm ideas with your group.
  • Create a storyboard/outline of your plan. (Storyboards on desk in front of room.)
  • Begin creating your project.

7th Block KSTL Groups:
Forrest and Andrew - Bullying PSA
Jake and Ren - Bullying PSA
Aaron and Josh - Bullying PSA
Nathan and Tom - Bullying PSA
Sammie, Ashley and Maria - School News
Marisa and Halli - School Web Page
Chris and Robert - Bullying PSA
Cassie and Jen - Multimedia

8th Block KSTL Groups:
Amanda and Lauren -
Kylie, Margo and Heidi -
Toby and Levi -
Jason and Jonathan -
Andrew and Martin -
Renea and Tehnee -

Thursday and Friday, Mar 6-7 - Scholarship Applications, Research Project, and KSTL Competition

You must be working on one of the above mentioned topics. Mrs. Oharah will be giving you points for time on-task today. You asked for time to work on scholarships and research. Make sure you are using the time you have for these two things.

If you do not need to work on either scholarship applications or a research paper you MUST work on your KSTL project.