The bunny examples were very cute and well thought out. To improve this video, I would suggest working on the sound and image quality.
Your separation of the ideas is helpful in breaking down and understanding the topic. You could more specifically explain the ideas behind the origination of the theory of natural selection, as these are needed for the course.
I found the video informative. The examples are very helpful to understanding the concepts and the powerpoint is nice. Different narrators had different volumes and that threw me off a little.
This video does a great job of capturing the audience’s interest in the beginning by portraying it as a myth debunking video. One way to improve the video could be to have more movement because the static screens with the long script makes it hard to stay interested as the video goes on.
Your video did a great job of finding a unique way to address the topic of natural selection. I liked the way you presented the information in the form of myths to be debunked. I thought your example was clear and relatable. The audio quality decreases as the video progresses. I would suggest to take time to make the recordings more clear and slow the voices near the end just a bit for clarity.
This video was a very good review over the common misconceptions of natural selection. The continual bunny example made it easy to understand. My suggestion is to improve the audio quality of the video. There was a lot of feedback in the background and change in volume levels.
Staying with the one example of bunnies helped tie together all the misconceptions about natural selection. The differing sound qualities and volumes were a little distracting at times, but the video was still very clear.
I love that you decided to center your video around natural selection misconceptions! Understanding misconceptions is very important for doing well on the exam. Using different narrators helped to keep me engaged, but some of the recordings need to be more clear.
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