June 15, New Adobe Youth Voices Media
Автор: Dmitry Savelau
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Check out more new iEARN Adobe Youth Voices media!To view the media below, you will need to login to the Adobe Youth Voices website. If you are an iEARN AYV Educator or Coordinator and have not yet registered for Adobe's AYV Community website, register now. Once you have registered, you can login and submit your own completed AYV youth media in the iEARN Media Gallery [you will see an option to "Post" at the bottom of the page] As part of the submission process, you will be asked to fill out a form with background info about your media project(s).
Energy of Humanity
Ruqai Secondary School
Sharqiya North, Oman
Subject Matter: Community and Society
A video about youth qualifiacations and dreams of what they wish to have and be in the future. Through images and spoken word poetry, the creators share a message for youth around the world.
Poor Danube Delta
Scoala Loan Bob
Cluj - Napoca, Romania
Subject Matter: Environment
A movie highlighting pollution to the Danube Delta, including places where rubbish and plastic bottles are thrown away by tourists. The video's message to the whole world is to keep the environment clean. The producer's hope is that this video will change something, and people will not anymore pollute the beautiful and magnificent Danube Delta.
We're All Somebody
W. H. Day Elementary School
Bradford, Ontario, Canada
Subject Matter: Human Rights
This music video was made to express our thoughts about the Martin Luther King "I Have a Dream" speech. We discussed the section where he talks about character being an important part of being a person in any community. We integrated a song by a local rapper, named Errol Lee and coreographed a "flash mob" dance to his song. We also showed some charater traits that help describe us as people.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY STUDENT'S ADOBE YOUTH VOICES MEDIA?
See iEARN's AYV Media Submission Guidelines. Reminder: to be considered for the special Adobe Youth Voices Media Festival at the 2010 iEARN Conference, media must be submitted online by June 15.
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