Transpiration

One challenge on this video was doing the voiceover and how to align it with some specific parts of the video. Sometimes I got really lucky and it would just fit in. Because we already filmed everything, I couldn’t film it the way I would have done it which is why I just went with it. Making this video really helped me in understanding transpiration as at first I didn’t really get it. I would prefer making videos such as this compared to completing worksheets and teacher discussions as it is mostly independant and you get a visual of how it actually works in your own understanding. Unlike worksheets where they are very restrictive of what you do.

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  • January 17, 2018 at 3:40 am
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    ayy nice video – I get what you mean by the voiceover problem, I think most of us had that problem. I do disagree with you on doing more videos like this though, but maybe Mr Barnett could compromise with the class and do a bit of both for our learning 🙂

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  • January 17, 2018 at 3:40 am
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    I liked your simple drawings and explanations.
    Next time you could possibly take your time talking (a little fast).
    I learned about the water cohesive effect.
    Overall amazing! Good job guys!

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