7 Destination Unknown

Digital Presentation

A digital presentation can be described a presentation that is made using digital tools i.e. on your iPad, using green screens etc. The format and/or plot of this presentation may be a movie, video travel blog (as if you are holidaying in your allocated country), an advertisement/travel show report for your allocated country, a documentary or a news report based on event/s in your allocated country. 

These suggestions are not exhaustive, the options are endless, so if you have a creative idea for you film please get the all clear for lift off from your Captain.

To present your team’s findings to the inquiry question as a digital performance you will need to use a program such as iMovie and focus on the following requirements/criteria: 

  • Demonstrates careful filming/photography:
    • shots are clear
    • carefully constructed
    • display an awareness of some film conventions (e.g. Panning, Zoom)
  • Has appropriate use of Audio:
    • Music 
    • Sound effects and/or 
    • Voice over
    • Appropriate audio levels
  • Has been carefully and professionally editing. 
    • Shots are carefully cut and put together.
  • Includes a range of content with a minimum of 5 topics from your research (e.g. Languages, Population, Places to Visit, Places to eat, Currency, Climate etc.) 
  • The movie includes a title and credits.
  • The movie should go for 3-5 minutes. 

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Examples of News reports and Travel Blogs can be found on the web!

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Live Performance

A live performance is described as a performance that you will present to your group. The format of this performance could be a drama role play, scripted performance, dance or puppet show. E.g. Exploration of Indonesia could be presented through a Balinese Dance telling a traditional folk story. 

These suggestions are not exhaustive, the options are endless, so if you have a creative idea for you film please get the all clear for lift off from your Captain.

To present your team’s findings to the inquiry question as a live performance you will need to focus on the following requirements/criteria:

  • Your live performance should go between 3-5 minutes. 
  • Your live performance should include a combination of Vocal and/or Non-Verbal communication to explore, communicate and show the culture of your destination country.  
  • Have a clear plot line.
  • You will be expected to explain/describe the idea behind your live performance (either before or after your performance) and how it answers the inquiry question of how Culture is defined/shown in your destination country.

EXAMPLES of live performances (these are examples & suggestions only

Drama Role Play: 

“A day in the life of” someone from your destination country – What does their normal day look like from when they wake up, to when they go to bed? There will need to be clear characters and plot in this option.

Dance: 

Explore/research the cultural dance of your destination country and create a routine recreating the traditional dance/steps or tell a traditional folk story through dance. 

Puppet Show: 

Use different shadow/paper puppets to tell a traditional folk/children’s story from your destination country incorporating key terms from local languages and dialect. 

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Oral Presentation

An oral presentation is described as a speech with an accompanying visual aid. The format of the oral presentation may be a speech (as if you are giving this speech at a travel expo or to people interested in travelling soon).

These suggestions are not exhaustive, the options are endless, so if you have a creative idea for you film please get the all clear for lift off from your Captain.

To present your team’s findings to the inquiry question as an oral presentation you will need to focus on the following requirements/criteria: 

  • The visual aid must include a minimum of 15 images. The visual aid may be in the format of a hard copy brochure or a digital visual aid through a PowerPoint/Keynote, Sway, emaze, Prezi, Piktochart etc.
  • Target audience for the oral presentation is people interested in travelling.
  • Speech/presentation must be 3-5 minutes.
  • Include a range of content with a minimum of 5 topics from your research (e.g. Languages, Population, Places to Visit, Places to eat, Currency, Climate etc.) 

Code Red

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