|Digital Story evaluation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-YkrAQj1_A
At 74, She Is the Oldest Practitioner of an Indian Martial Art
|Digital Craftsmanship||Command of the media? Was the use of media appropriate, supportive of the story, balanced and well considered?||This short story is very well made and the digital craftsmanship is outstanding. The colorful video demonstrates that age is a virtue and through experience we can transform our lives. The video was presented in a balance manner and gives insights how this Indian Martial Art is interwoven in Indian Culture.
|Audience Engagement||How well did the story capture and keep audience engagement? Was the level of interactivity appropriate to the story being told.|| This video is short and engages the audience from the very beginning. The video is appropriate for all ages of students.
|Originality, voice, creativity||How creative was the production? Did the presentation exhibit an original sense of voice and a fresh perspective?||This video gives us a fresh perspective on what life is like for many people in India and also how one of the oldest martial arts still transforms lives of people.
This a very exciting video and engages the audience to learn more about the Indian Culture. Secondary students are interested in the video, and it is eye-opening for many young boys and girls to see an older lady excel and become one of the most respected martial artist in the country.
Final score 30/30. I would highly recommend this video to all educators and would recommend the video to be used to promote health and excellence for all genders and ages.