Group 35: Discovery of New Stromatolites Shows Life on Earth Began Around 4000 Million Years Ago

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67 Responses to Group 35: Discovery of New Stromatolites Shows Life on Earth Began Around 4000 Million Years Ago

  1. Voravong Katlyn says:

    The drawings were very well done! The narrator sounded a bit bored, so maybe background music would have helped. I like how the distance example was used as we are already familiar with it, so we could focus more on the new content.

  2. Mary Carolyn Hulgan says:

    I loved the illustrations! It was entertaining and got the concepts across clearly. The tie-in to in-class topics was clear. Great job!

  3. Reymond Brian says:

    Overall fantastic video. The constant images/drawings helped me understand the information and kept my attention. I especially how the group related their information to the information we learned in class. The sound quality and speaking pace was also very nice.

  4. Turner Emma says:

    Well connected to topics in class and very well illustrated!

  5. Phillips Matthew says:

    I loved how your group used the distance to time analogy throughout the video ,and it was very useful in helping us to understand the topic. I thought the video was well done and very informative. overall, your group did a good job.

  6. Grant says:

    You included some interesting information. I also like how you included the distance example from class. That made the topic much easier to understand. Well done. Great video.

  7. Sewall Christian says:

    The illustrations on the whiteboard complemented the spoken word incredibly well, and this helped me visualize what was actually happening. Thanks for a great video!

  8. Jackson Kierston says:

    I really enjoyed your video. You did a great job of referencing all of your figures as well as making sure that every figure was relevant to your topic. Your information was also explained very well. It was a great idea of referencing the same distance explanation that was referenced in class. That made it even easier to understand your topic, because that way of distance to years explanation had been seen before.

  9. Vezeau Alexandra says:

    The video was very clear and drawings were good. It was neat how you guys used the analogy from class showing time as distance.

  10. Kenya Jones says:

    I really enjoyed this video because of the images and how they easily related it back to the concept we learned in class. Overall good job!

  11. Ferguson David says:

    The video was informative. Meanwhile the drawing were descriptive and allowed for the concept of distance and time to be explained properly.

  12. Chawla Rishab says:

    There were many technical terms in this video, but that did not stop you from delivering a very fluid and easy-to-comprehend presentation with quality drawings. Nice reference to Dr. Kerr’s lecture as well.

  13. Parikh Krishna says:

    At first I was not a fan of having your back to the camera, but the drawings made it worth. Tied the whole presentation together really well!

  14. Vagott Jacob says:

    Good presenation, and I liked the references to the lecture. Nice illustrations made the video easy to watch and understand on the first go.

  15. Popovici David says:

    3:45, the saddest fish I have ever seen. Good job!

  16. Bondarev Dmitry says:

    The concept is interesting, yet the visuals are generic and the narrative is monotonous.

  17. Durrah Mirage says:

    Loved this video! visuals were well representative of what the narrator was describing. Great job making the connection to what we learned in class & wrapping back to it in the end of the video.

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