Part 1 – Title


Part 2 – Introduction

My name is:

My question is:

The reason I am interested in this topic is that…


Part 3 – Research

To learn more about: <essential question/topic> I did some online research and found this article: <title and link>

In this article, I learned: <quote, statistic, or fact>

In the same article, I also learned: <quote, statistic, or fact>

In another article <Title and link> I learned: <quote, statistic, or fact>


Part 4 – Interviews

For my video, I interviewed: <Name of the first interviewee>

One thing <Name of the first interviewee> said in the interview that was surprising was:

One thing that <Name of the first interviewee> said in the interview that I <disagreed/agreed> with was

It was the opinion of <Name of the first interviewee> that

I also interviewed: <Name of the second interviewee>

One thing <Name of the second interviewee> said in the interview that was surprising was

One thing that <Name of the second interviewee> said in the interview that I <disagreed/agreed> with was

It was the opinion of <Name of the second interviewee> that


Part 5 – Conclusion

All of this makes me think <Write 3 or 4 sentences summarizing what you learned from your research and interviews.>


Video Template 

Section/Part

Approximate Time

Video Elements

Title

10 seconds Title Card or other creative title sequence  

 

 

 

 

Music and

b-roll can be included at any point to enhance the video

Introduction

30 seconds Options:

Filmmaker talking to the camera, voice over, written text on the title card, or text image

Research

30 seconds Options:

Title cards, voice over, text over image

Interview Statements

2 minutes 3-5 statements from each person interviewed.  Statements should address an essential question and provide evidence.

Conclusion

30 seconds Options:

Filmmaker talking to the camera, voice over, written text on the title card, or text over image

 

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