PSA/ Geography Lesson that meets some enviornmental and geography standards for the seventh grade.

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Comment by Elizabeth von Toll on July 18, 2010 at 1:36pm
I really appreciate you taking charge of your learning and finding a piece of software that would extend your knowledge and understanding of digital media. Your content was rich and engaging. Although you were more limited in what you could create from a visual stand point, I think you did a great job incorporating some of the skills we've practiced in class with live video with over the shoulder shots, etc. The map visuals were great, and I agree with Sharon, that using them would help keep the attention of your 7th grade audience. Thanks for your effort on this!
Comment by Lydia M.Maddux on July 8, 2010 at 4:17pm
OMG! A very creative, funny and engaging way to teach a lesson. Thumbs up of using this. Liked how you had close up and over the shoulder shots
Comment by Denise Garcia on July 8, 2010 at 8:51am
Lol!! You definetley got a message across. How fun to use this a method of teaching. I think students would be interested in watching videos created through this program! The angles used during this interview were perfect. It was like watching the news in cartoon format! Good Job!
Comment by Joshua Morales on July 7, 2010 at 7:02pm
I loved the video. Very funny and very entertaining. I think this would be a very creative way to introduce new topics to a classroom. Xtranormal is a great website. Liked all the details and different shots and reactions. Great job!
Comment by michael campbell on July 7, 2010 at 5:12pm
Lol Lisa that was great and funny. U got your message across about the geography and history. Looked like you had fun doing this project, you used over the shoulder shots, face to face shots, and close up shots.I liked it, it had a good message to it.
Comment by Rosalind Roybal on July 7, 2010 at 4:43pm
Lisa, great job! Your work really show's the detail you put into it. This was funny, unique and entertaining. I liked your message. Pretty neat video. :)
Comment by Carrie Baca on July 7, 2010 at 4:26pm
Sarah, you realy worked hard on tall the moves so it all matched the voices. Great animation with the map. Nice work and very funny. I see you got more then 3 min's I had a hard time getting mine to 3 min's but when I sent it the time changed to 2 min's and 59 seconds. Oh will Great Job!
Comment by Sharon on July 7, 2010 at 4:23pm
This was funny first of all. I like the the points of view that you used over the shoulder, and panning on both characters. I also like the splitting image of Sara and the map. I know that this would get a middle school students attention because its different, and entertaining. It also is interactive with the audience applauding, and booing.
Comment by Melissa Sena Ulibarri on July 7, 2010 at 4:13pm
That was really cool. Nice example of how to use geography and environmental science in a lesson.

Good Job!
Comment by Pamela C. Mora on July 7, 2010 at 1:50pm
LOL. I loved it. I couldn't stop laughing. Awesome. It looked like something very fun to put together.


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