I really enjoyed your tutorial it also helped me. I liked at the start where you brought down your binder. Your tutorial i really good because you had consistent tittles the same theme and music. You also focused on one topic then gave advice, examples and explanations about it. By watching this tutorial i learnt how to help myself pronounce spanish words that have silent letters or that make different sounds. I also learnt that it’s good to practice over and over and you don’t always get things straight away. Your tutorial meets our 6B criteria pretty well, but just one thing that i would suggest is to maybe repeat what you have said before. I think your tutorial is really good and will help a lot of people.
I think this is a really good tutorial for people who is learning spanish, because it’s clear on how to spell and pronounce the word. You also had lots of titles and steps and you repeated some steps and I think that was really good too. From this tutorial, I learned that in spanish, you pronounce things differently from how its written. Your tutorial meets most of the criteria.
Your tutorial is just amazing!!
It was really cute when you actually filmed maya pronouncing Jugar <3
I learnt from this tutorial that in Spanish, you pronounce J as the "hu" sound. We don't have much of that in french, so I'm kind of surprized to hear that there is in Spanish. Your steps were very clear and your voice was very clear too!
I can see that you had great confidence while filming this so I think thats a great thing! You stayed on topic the whole time too. And another thing is that you had consistent titles for each clip. You also repeated things/steps quite a few times along with other steps so that was a good thing.
This tutorial meets almost all the criteria so well done!
And I really enjoyed it!
I just watched your tutorial, and I thought it was excellent! One of the great things about it is that you had a consistent theme – always the same titles, transitions, and music. Doing that in a tutorial is a really good thing, because otherwise it looks a bit disorganized. Another good thing is that it’s really helpful for learning spanish. I’m not in spanish class, but just from watching this video, I’ve learned a bit about the language. I hadn’t really thought about J’s being pronounced like H’s before, and it’s quite interesting, because it’s not like any other languages I know. I think that the main criteria your tutorial meets is repetition. You went over the steps quite a few times, which is necessary for learning a language – you just have to keep practicing. During your tutorial you also had a clear voice, which is really good, because otherwise the audience might not understand how to properly pronounce the words. Overall, I think it was a great tutorial.