Petcha Kutcha Video
The Pecha Kutcha is worth 20% of your total grade:
A 20×20 Slideshare Video in which you show how visions for the future of Atlanta’s people, neighborhoods, ecosystems, and/OR social/cultural networks shape the choices made by community partners at a redevelopment site of your choice, i.e. the Beltline, Mad Houser’s, Transportation Alliance, and/or WAWA? For full credit videos draw on partner videos to compose slides and create the voice over narration. Videos to be uploaded to Canvas for full credit.
Upon completion of their project, students should be able to
- 1. Identify relationships among ecological, social, and economic systems
- 2. Demonstrate skills needed to work effectively in different types of communities
- 3. Evaluate how decisions impact the sustainability of communities
- 4. Collaborate with peers and community partners to investigate ways we can protect the future without destroying the present
Pecha Kutcha Requirements
For full credit, please complete the follow:
- 1.Produce 20X20 Slideshow Video (20 slides, 20 seconds) that responds to the following: How do visions for the future of the world’s ecological, social, and/or economic systems shape the choices made by a community partner of your choice?
- 2. Respond to the prompt above with a 20 slide presentation, set to scroll automatically. Slides should communicate your topic/argument visually, i.e. with minimal copy. Be sure your spoken portion is in synch with the slide scroll.
- 3. Record your narration over the slide show and export the file as an mp4. May have to upload the mp4 to YouTube to compress it and then generate a link
- 4. Submit the (Youtube link) Slideshow Video to Canvas on due date
Please consider the following tools as you compose your presentations:
The Pecha Kutcha is worth 20% of your total grade and will be assessed according to the final criteria adapted from the Common Feedback Chart:
- 1. Rhetorical Awareness: Does the Petcha Kucha Video address writing the situation (and assignment) completely and/or with unexpected insight? Does the Petcha Kucha Video explain how visions for the future of the world’s ecological, social, and/or economic systems shape the choices made by a community partner? (20%)
- 2. Stance: Does the Petcha Kucha Video clearly articulate a unifying argument/goal? Does the Petcha Kucha Video illustrate ways visions for the future of the world’s ecological, social, and/or economic systems shape the choices made by a policy maker of your choice? Does the Petcha Kucha Video articulate the central claim/thesis in 20 slides, 20 seconds each? (20%)
- 3.Development of Ideas: Does the author develop his/her claim by explicating the key concept and development issue visually and verbally? Does the Petcha Kucha Video engage with audiences visually and verbally? (20%)
- 4. Organization: Does the author establish a clear pattern for watching through elements of visual design such as proximity, contaract, alignment, and color, lines, etc.? (20%)
- 5. Design for Medium: Does the Petcha Kucha Video as a whole use the affordances of its mode to enhance the goal/content? For example, does the author foreground visual iconography and proximity over chunks of text? (10%)
- 6. Process: Does the final draft demonstrate planning and revision? (5%)
- 7. Conventions: Does the Presentation meet grammar, mechanics style, and syntax conventions with few or no errors? (5%)