So, I am here, after the last reflection that I thought I’d write, (unexpectedly) since I returned to Japan. And long things short, this is really not cooler than a camel holding a rock guitar, so yeah, there we go.
So I think I’ll have to start off by writing the questions out since my reflection skills turned very rusty over the last half an year. (sadly.)
1. How many criteria do you think it is useful to have? Why? Can you have too many or too few?
Ok, hard question. (Like from last year.) But I think as many as it is needed is the right amount since I believe that you can’t really limit the amount that you need for everything. (well, I guess nutrients excluded) I think this is because even for studying, if you have a limit to what you learn daily along with the amount of pressure you will undergo with the work, you will expand your knowledge limitedly, but if you have and want to expand your knowledge out and over, you wouldn’t put a limit to the amount you study a day.
2. Which of the criteria the class came up with do you think is the most important? Why?
Sorry if you are a teacher, but I really don’t get why teachers put so much hard questions for pupils to finish so fast…
But ok… I think the most important criteria out of the ones that we have written is
No.1 To have an attractive and appealing plot line or needs to have good build up of the story within it.
This is because without an attractive and appealing part of the story along with the great built up of the story written, it wouldn’t really be a book trailer with only the plain exposition or the rising action.
3. Do you feel that the class left out any really important criteria? What ones?
Nope, I don’t think so. But if I had to add something, I think it would be to adorable and cute for little girls, cool for little boys. I think this is because children of young ages find these two genres (?) appealing for them to see, more than looking at perhaps stiff or more action-ful trailers like horror or thriller book trailers. (Even though people of my age might feel different about this…)
4. Do you think the process we used (research, small group agreement, then whole class agreement) is a good way to develop criteria – why or why not?
Ok, so here I am, suck with my last question. (and I think it is a good thing)
So on to answering it, I think it is a good way to develop a criteria because we get to think more about what we can manage along with able to being able to think about it a step further. I think the research took a bit long, but I think that this step helped us have a better thought upon what we were going to decide for our criteria.
Thank you so much for reading one long reflection once more (even though it was done with rusty skills)
(don’t you just admire my cropping skills?)
Okay, now you see it, don’t you believe the title completely?