Excellent definition of the terms to allow the audience to better understand the concept of community selection!
Good job with the visuals. However, the audio switching often between narrators was a bit distracting.
The video makes great connections back to the modules we learned, making it easier to understand. Overall, a good video.
This video did a great job simplifying the concepts of biodiversity. The audio was pretty touch to hear at some points though. I really enjoyed the crayon drawings instead of the whiteboard drawings every other group had.
Very cute, video was cohesive and had all the big ticket items from the rubric. Lacked closed captions though
The way the video was presented was very creative and utilized efficiently. You did a very good job of defining the terms, and in doing this it helps the audience follow along with the topic more easily. I would suggest changing the audio, the dialog feels a little distant. But that’s not very significant overall.
The visuals were very cute. Having one of the narrators ask questions was very effective.
I’ve gotta disagree with Bernie up here. Visuals were….scary….definitely not cute.
Nice format and good job explaining everything!
The video did a really good job of tying the experiment to topics we learned in class, really thorough. The conversation/narrative was unique and worked pretty well. The audio could have been a little cleaner, but I enjoyed the video!
I really like the concept of your video! explained the research well!
You explained the research excellently and defined terms. I felt that I was learning without being pandered to and I like that. You all did great work
cute drawings and I came away from this video with a clear understanding of Sofia’s experiment.
Very creative and informative!
The visuals are good but could have been a little clearer, but great video!!
I liked how you framed the video around questions.
Personally, I felt as if the video was very bland and could be improved. The pictures were not interactive and the drawings were a little rough looking. The vocals were easy to understand. I liked how you easily you explained the article.
unique format that explained experiment well
The drawings made the story interesting, but did not always contribute to the clarity or message of the video. Good job overall though!
This video really helped me understand the concepts associated with biodiversity. The explanatory format was complemented by the crayon drawings which I thought were really cute. Closed captions would have been great especially because audio was a bit unclear at certain points.
I liked the hand-drawings and enjoyed the comments that the plants made. I also thought you did a good job explaining background information, and the concepts from the experiment.
Creative formatting with the important questions being answered by the narrator. Good source of information as well.
Wish there was written information to emphasize the important parts of the video & more animations. Overall, great background and easy to follow
I enjoyed the hand drawn pictures but they could’ve been more clear. The concepts were explained very well though.
The information was presented well in the script and I enjoyed the pictures, but they were hard to understand at times.
The conversational dialogue of this video along with the use of crayon is more engaging and different from other videos here. I wish you used more slides though-well drawn!
cute visuals, it was different than most videos by using the crayons
Good job showing what biodiversity is. You simplified the experiment so it was understandable without much background information and the drawing made the video enjoyable to watch.
The audio quality and images used were a little sub-par, however you definitely got the right points across from the paper. In summation, nice job.
Cute drawings that are very interesting to watch but also very easy to understand.
The crayon was a cool twist and I liked the narration even if the audio was a bit patchy at time. Good work overall though!
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