Get Instant Help From 5000+ Experts For

Writing: Get your essay and assignment written from scratch by PhD expert

Rewriting: Paraphrase or rewrite your friend's essay with similar meaning at reduced cost

Editing:Proofread your work by experts and improve grade at Lowest cost

And Improve Your Grades
Phone no. Missing!

Enter phone no. to receive critical updates and urgent messages !

Attach file

Error goes here

Files Missing!

Please upload all relevant files for quick & complete assistance.

Guaranteed Higher Grade!
Free Quote
Create a Health Promotion Video using Cellphones

Instructions for creating a health promotion video

Videos are being used more and more often within health promotion. This is your chance to think about a way to highlight an important health issue.

Your job as a group is to create a FOUR MINUTE OR LESS video highlighting the issue. This video will:
1.Show your storyboard
2.Discuss your filming plans
3.Discuss why you picked this approach to promote awareness of the issue

I would suggest that each person talks about a portion of the video plans and that you edit the clips together. There are lots of apps that will help you do this, but make sure your videos are compatible with the app before you film them. The video length is now longer because talking about plans takes longer than showing the actual video.

If you have already done your cellphim video as originally planned, or if you are able to do the one as originally planned without compromising your health, you can just upload your video. You do not need to do another one that features the storyboard. You may want to put comments about the video in the box when you upload the video provided this is an option (I didn’t set up the YouTube chanel).

You are expected to film the video using cellphones and use publically available editing apps.

You are not expected to have a health promotion solution in this add. You are trying to get people to think about the issue. BUT often these issues are framed within health promotion.

1.To go the playlist page, use the link you got from the playlist owner.

2.Follow the on-screen instructions to confirm that you want to be a contributor. The playlist will be automatically saved.

3.To add videos from your computer or a mobile device, use one of these options:

·On the playlist page, select Add Video and paste in a video URL, choose a video from your uploads, or search for a video on YouTube.
·Go to a video you want to add and select Save from that video.
After you add a video, your name will appear next to the video in the playlist. All collaborators will get a notification when new videos are added to the playlist.

1.Submit your consent form (BEFORE March 19, so that we can ensure confidentiality is maintained if anyone objects to the video being online) –each student
2.Post your video on the class YouTube channel BEFORE 11:30 AM ON APRIL 7- only one video per group (not individual)

i.Make sure you do not have the “videos for kids” clicked or your video will not upload!

3.Submit a word document that details the unique contributions of each group member, as well as any challenges that arose and why you made the choices you did (i.e. you now need to include a paragraph of what you would have said if you were presenting in front of the class)- each student

4.Submit a storyboard (if you have multiple drafts, you may submit them all) – each student

5.Watch all of the videos that your classmates submit on the youtube channel and comment on at least 15 video in an online forum (this does not need to be more than a few words and can be point form). DUE BEFORE APRIL 9.- each student

a.You can ask questions of your fellow students.

b.You can make a comment (be positive. If there are mean, inappropriate or write anything that can be construed as bullying, you will receive a 0 for your cellphilm video).

c.You are expected to answer the questions if someone asks questions about your proposal by APRIL 9.

You will be marked on

2.Does the video highlight/raise awareness of the issue
3.Did your explanation for the class clearly explain what you were doing
4.Does your storyboard(s) and written submission demonstrate thought progression about the issue
5.Participation (both in your group and comments/responses on the videos to support your fellow learners)

sales chat
sales chat