Group 26, Mating and Predation Risk on Freshwater Snail Survival

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69 Responses to Group 26, Mating and Predation Risk on Freshwater Snail Survival

  1. Kayastha Ayush says:

    The intro music was funny and caught my attention immediately. The drawings were also really funny and appropriate. Each drawing was presented with the appropriate information very clearly, so it was easy to draw parallels between the visual and the information. I thought this as a great video.

  2. Warner Chase says:

    Overall the video was very good. The visuals were adorable, and the little speech bubbles above the heads of the snails at certain points were quite humorous and attention grabbing. By putting the definitions of each of the major talking points of the study at the beginning of the video, you were able to describe the class contents and information throughout the video. One problem is that the stagnant visuals make the video uninteresting to watch, a viewer can take one look at the picture then just listen to the audio without watching, until it changes again, repeating the process. Further, the difference in audio between narrators made parts of the video stand out more than others, as some parts were easier to understand than others, which may have been unintentional.

  3. Jones Dillon says:

    Excellent snail drawings! Good video. very clear and straightforward. If the snails were not actually exposed to crayfish, just the chemical traces, how can we know exactly how the predators affect them?

  4. Quintas Gabriel says:

    Very well presented, animations were very well done. The information was clearly linked to the drawings so it was easy to follow. Great video.

  5. Zachary Karpenko says:

    This was done very well and also stayed extremely informative. The information got across very easily, however the video could be hard to hear sometimes and tended to seem to drag on for certain pictures, but overall it was very good!

  6. Jenkins Alexandria says:

    This video was very informative. The vocabulary list in the beginning was very helpful. I enjoyed all of the ties back to the ecology module. The graphics in the video were great, but the voices became monotonous at times. Overall, great job!

  7. Sommer Elias says:

    The drawings were very cute and helped enhance my understanding of the concepts presented. Great job!

  8. Nagesha Anirudh says:

    The best part of this video was definitely the explanatory definitions in the beginning. That really helped with being able to follow the flow of the experiment and then in turn the results and explanation of the results. The visual elements worked very well here by keeping the video engaging and fun, while still providing information about the experiment.

  9. Turner Emma says:

    The definitions were a smart way to give a background of information and the illustrations made it easy to follow

  10. Reymond Brian says:

    Overall the video was amazing. I really love how the information was presented. The drawing and images were very engaging and definitely helped me understand the information better. I especially liked how the group presented explanatory definitions at the beginning. The explanations and the start helped me understand the topic of the study.

  11. Reymond Brian says:

    Liked everything about the video. The drawing and images were very engaging and definitely helped me understand the information better. I especially liked how the group had definitions at the beginning of the video presentation. The explanations and the start helped me understand the topic of the study.

  12. Dunford Eden says:

    My group also had this topic so it was neat to see what you had done with it. The visuals were really cute and I loved the snails’ speech bubbles. You did a good job with the definitions because there is a lot of difficult vocabulary. Also the way you connected the information to the course was well done. I don’t know what could have been improved. Good job!

  13. Swope Jason says:

    Great video! perfect use of audio as well as the great visuals made for a fantastic, engaging video that perfectly explained the topic and any terms within it.

  14. Wah Katie says:

    I loved the snails and thought they were very well used. They made the video very engaging and definitely were one of the reasons why I loved watching this video and learned as much as I did. The definitions that you gave at the beginning were executed and placed very well because they gave me a little background information abiouot the topic that I may have not previously had. Despite the fact that the speakers in the video had a big contrast in terms of speaking style and how well they were able to convey their information, I found this video very informative and entertaining.

  15. Jehle John says:

    Excellent drawings and excellent narration! I loved the way you mixed up the narrators so that the audience didn’t get bored with one person. The video flowed well and I never thought there would be that much interesting information on snails!

  16. Chawla Rishab says:

    The animations were colorful and overall went well with the story. I particularly liked how you engaged the audience by asking pertinent questions that will leave us wondering more. Also, I like how you clarified the definition of survival to fit the evolutionary/ecological context. I’m impressed that you were able to fit in all the material in only a few seconds above the allotted time without talking too fast.

  17. Moore Collin says:

    Your drawings made me laugh. You also did a good job explaining how the data would be evaluated.

  18. Perry Timothy says:

    Illustrations were cute, some of the voices were lackluster in terms of enthusiasm which is understandable. Overall though, well done.

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