Hello~~!! Okay let me just answer your question!!
2. 7 Seven
3. 2 types
5. Yes Yes Yes!! I loved it!!
Okay, there we go, now on to my tech homework
First of all, this tutorial was great!!! It was in lot of detail and I bet people who don’t really know about koto would really enjoy it!
Your voice was very clear and you stayed on topic through the whole video.
I know other people (like me) like to try and make the tutorial fun by actually being crazy but you actually was patient through the whole clip so I think it was great!!
Just a little quick thing but I noticed that your “Thank you” was kind of cut off but don’t worry ’cause its not a big deal.
I think this tutorial meets almost all the criteria.
Overall, your tutorial was awesome and very enjoyable!! Great Job!
OK, I’ll first answer the questions on your video.
3. 2 types
4. Originally from China
5. Yes! I really Enjoyed it!
Now I will like to comment on your video for my tech HW.
I liked how you demonstrated while you were talking and let us hear the actual sounds of the koto because then it will be easier to learn how to remember the 13 strings and you can also know the exact sounds of the strings. I also liked how you had the mini quiz at last to test everyone to see if everyone remember everything. It will be a good reflection for people who are learning about kotos.
What I learned from this video was it is always good to demonstrate about what you are talking because then the people who are learning about it will get to learn easier.
Your video fits the criteria of “Demonstrations”. It means that you are showing what you’re doing as you’re talking.
I really liked your video and I think this video will be very useful for people who are trying to learn about kotos.