To promote internet safety, we are challenging students to create an engaging and creative video to advise audiences on the dangers of “fake” information on the internet.
The challenge, which is based on Internet Legends “Reality River”; the red island on Interland, is to create a video that discusses fake profiles, spam emails and phishing (all subjects which are covered within island).
Useful Advice and Help
My first advice is to play the Reality River (red) island on
You may want to research key terms such as spam and phishing.
Next is to create your video. Your video can be created any way you wish. It could be you playing a game about
internet safety. It could be a news round styled news report or a song. It could be in-game footage mixed with
special effects and commentary. It could be something like a Kid President interview. The choices are endless.
Interland in-game play https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmrLRlZI8-0
How to Enter
To enter the competition, you can send your video as an attachment to the school email address:
firstname.lastname@example.org or ask your adult to send your video directly to your class teacher using
Class dojo’s message service.
The competition closes Wednesday 6th May, giving you plenty of time to create your video. Awards
will be given for creativity, special effects, best costume and the most engaging.