Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Charis's 2 Minutes to Make a Difference

Final Cut

Version 1

Please reflect and talk about the changes you made between the first and final cut of your movie. Were the student comments helpful in making your final cut better?
First, we edited the sound so it would be clearer. Turns out it wasn't so we edited it again to make the sound clear, and loud enough. We also added a few transitions, and changed the music a bit. We also made it shorter, so it would be closer to the time limit. The student's comments helped a lot because without their criticism, we wouldn't know how to make it better.

How did you find your expert? List 3 important points your expert added to your movie. What did you learn from your expert?
What we learned from the expert was that people in the Philippines are so poor, they can't have a decent meal daily. And some of the people who actually do have decent meals every day, don't pay attention to the ones who don't. They think it will ruin their reputation if they do,

How did you find your expert?
Carla emailed her cousin on Facebook, and asked her some questions. She replied back, and that's how we got some information.

What was your greatest success in the 2 minutes project. What skills will you take away with you and use in the future?
Our greatest success was talking to a expert on facebook instead of going to them and talk to them in person.

What frustrated you during the movie making process? What strategies did you use to become successful?
nothing, i had a really fun time doing this project.

Why is the 2 Minutes project important to Grade 8 Students?
so they can reflect on making a differnce in people's lives.

How will you make a difference in the future?

i will help the needy by volunteering at homeless shelters.

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