One of the activities we have done in class was presenting different Mozilla article, and although each group had found an interactive way of engaging the class, I felt like more interaction can be done. That is why I thought of an activity next semester. Basically it is topic-based video or animation. Each group/pair come up with a topic related to digital literacy and will illustrate it using animation. Something similar to the Mozilla topics and each group has to come up with an idea that can be created through animation or acting in a video. In my opinion, this will be more interactive and engaging than presenting the topics in class. That why, we will ensure that the whole class understood these topics and the creators of the video are engaged enough with the topics they learned. This will add to the skills of digital media editing and will largely enhance the creativity part because it will be carried out as a group project.
Here are some of the websites for creating animations: