Complete all of the items below to achieve Stage 4, showing that you have thought about the potential risks and how to stay safe for each activity
- Create a portfolio of digital media. It might include artwork or a photograph that you alter using
creative tools, music, animation, CAD (Computer Aided Design) or 3D sculpture.
- Create a film, video, stop-motion animation or podcast and share it using a suitable media sharing tool.
- Create a social network profile for your section, a band, local interest group or something similar.
- Alternatively you could make a small website that can host content, like the film you made in step 2, photos, poetry or information about your local area.
- Use the internet for research:
- Choose a local, national, community or Scouting issue, or something from the news or current affairs.
- Collect information from different sources, such as spreadsheets, databases, online news services and ‘open access’ data sources.
- Put your information together in a structured way, for example grouping similar information. Make sure you know where each piece of information comes from.
- Select the information you think is most appropriate and reliable.
- Create a multi-page website with your information and make it public. Present your information in a variety of ways – you could use infographics, images or graphs.
- Share your website with a wide audience
- Explain your sources of information and why you picked out what you did.
- Get some feedback on what you have done and make changes to improve your website based on that feedback.