Use Video Clips to Identify Bias, Propaganda, Rhetorical Devices, and More

Use Video Clips to Identify Bias, Propaganda, Rhetorical Devices, and More

ClipChoose

ClipChoose is a quick and easy way to share and compare YouTube videos on one page and poll students about those videos.┬áTeachers can ask any question they would like and students answer by viewing the videos and selecting the video that best answers the teacher’s question.

Identify Rhetorical Devices in Video Clips

Ideas for Using ClipChoose in the Classroom

On a basic level, students could use ClipChoose to vote for their favorite video. Students can view video clips and identify types of rhetorical devices (see my example), bias, propaganda, etc. These are just a few of the ideas I could think of. Please share your ideas in the comments at the end of this post.

Create Your First Video PollCreate Video Polls with ClipChoose

  1. Go to ClipChoose.com.
  2. Click Create.
  3. Write a question.
  4. Pick a category.
  5. Copy and paste links for up to 12 YouTube Videos.
  6. Click submit poll.
  7. Share the link to your poll with students.

How Will You Use ClipChoose in the Classroom?

Share your ideas in the comments below.

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Socialworkpad

Great tool, as a clinician in a school, I can reinforce SEL concepts. Discuss concepts in cyberbulling, digital citizenship, copyright, bullying ect. Great quick tool to use.

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