Guess What?!

This assignment was just to die for! As soon as I spotted the “Name that Book!” prompt, I knew that starting my own book club would come in handy one of these days, and today was that day! It states:

For this assignment, use the app Vine to visually create a book title. Find objects, landmarks, or think of some other creative way to verbally or physically represent a book title. Then record them in quick succession using the app. Then upload the video and have your classmates guess the book title!

This assignment is worth 3 points.

This past week in the “Jewel” Book Club we began a novel about law: my absolute favorite subject! Boy, if I could have gone to Harvard, I would be the best lawyer out there these days. However, what’s the saying? Should’ve, could’ve, would’ve? I guess that’s all I can say because I don’t see it ever happening now, since both of my jobs are so demanding. Anyways, enough about me and on to the book title. I found the perfect three pictures to represent this novel. They include a car (I’m not telling which type), a suited man, and a gavel. I wasn’t sure how to use the whole Vine app since I just set it up. (By the way, follow me! My Vine is Jewel James! :) ) And because I have gotten so familiar with iMovie on my laptop this week, I decided to import the pictures into that, each of them being 2 seconds. And what is a Vine without background music?! (Or so I hear, since I really don’t know!) I found the perfect intense music to go along with this intense novel. Have I given you enough hints yet? Check out the Vine below, and then I’ll give you the answer…maybe!

Any guesses?

Well, since I am such a kind and generous person, I will give you the answer. It’s the “Lincoln Lawyer”, sillies! I had so much fun making this Vine and cannot wait to show it to all my girls next Wednesday when we meet for book club again.

Jewel out.

One thought on “Guess What?!”

  1. Wow Jewel, This is great! I loved the 3 pictures and how you used iMovie to focus on each one. And the music definitely gives it something extra. The first two times I watched it, the volume was off and once I watched it with the volume on, I could feel a sense of drama and importance that goes along with ideas of law.
    -Edie Waz

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