Of the modules listed, I’d consider filmic the one that might frustrate or confuse a brand new user given the complexity of the module and dependence on other modules (e.g. demosaicing method, WB, base curve off). Since these are beginners and you have an hour, you might consider doing 2 or 3 edits from simple to more complex to demonstrate. The first edit would the most simple modules for a reasonable result such as exposure, white balance, crop/rotate, basic adjustments, shadows/highlights, sharpen, local contrast, vibrance or velvia and maybe dehaze. I don’t think beginners would get lost using these.
A second edit could demonstrate an “intermediate” approach by using filmic, tone curve, denoise, color adjustments etc. - the ones that require more subtle or dependent adjustments.
An 'advanced" edit could further refine by adding some masking approaches, more significant color adjustments etc.
I’m thinking an approach like this might attract the very beginner users while also offering something to more experienced post processors.