By Lindsey Dumond and Sada Nichols-Worley, V Form
Editor’s Note: After completing a deep examination of the process of Cellular Respiration, Advanced Biology students were randomly assigned to small groups (2-3) students and tasked with tackling a case study. The case of “The Mystery of the Seven Deaths” examined the true story of cyanide poisoning that occurred in the early 1980s. This case study required students to analyze data, make conclusions, and explain mechanisms of action. The students were then required to present the case to a lay person in 3 minutes through a 1-Take Video. A 1-Take Video is exactly what the name implies: a video shot in 1-take. This entire assignment was completed in an 80-minute block.
Click on the image below for the video!
Lindsey Dumond is from Hampton, NH and is a V Form boarding student. She is a captain for varsity hockey and softball and does yoga in the fall.
Sada Nichols-Worley is a V Form day student from Southborough, MA. She is on the steering committee for the St. Marguerite’s Partnership, plays basketball, and has a passion for STEM.