Grades: 6-8, 9-12 | Subjects: Reading, Language Arts, Science
Students create a stop-motion video to explain complex processes or concepts in an accessible way. Start a free 30-day WeVideo trial to use this assignment with your students!
Stop motion works by capturing a sequence of movement, one frame at a time. Students use this creative filmmaking approach to create a stop-motion video explaining a science concept to their classmates.
In this activity, students create video explanations of complicated processes, ideas, or concepts, making advanced science topics accessible.
Tips & tricks
For help getting started, use the included video template.
Use stop motion to help nonnative speakers make sense of academic vocabulary.
Stop-motion videos can be made with a laptop or a phone camera and a tripod.
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