My tutorial video!!!

Please check my video! It is about how to make a japanese mashed potato! If you can, please subscribe!!! Also, I have an another channel, so if you want to know, please leave a comment!!! 

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Reflection

In the create unit, we made our own tutorial. My tutorial was about how to make Japanese mashed potato!!! I embeded my video on the top of the post. However, click here to see my video. First, I thought of making normal mashed potatos, but my ingredients were like ingredients which we use in Japanese food, so I thought it was Japanese mashed potatos.

I think my tutorial had subtitles, simple instructions, introduction, and step-by-step. Also, my tutorial was safe, since I didn’t include my whole name, where I live etc…, and I respected copy right, and I had appropriate language. I think my graphics should have been better, and I think I should have spoken clearly, and smoothly. Also, I didn’t have the final picture, of how the mashed potato should look like, so I think it will be better, if I improved on those things.

I saw 2 tutorials which 2 people in my grade made. Emma (my sister), and Emily‘s. For Emmas and Emily’s tutorial, I found one similar thing that is one of the things that makes a good tutorial. It is the catchy music. I thought catchy music can make the tutorial interesting. Of course, I learned how to make brownies, and how to draw realistic eyes. I thought Emma should have subtitles to make it more understanding, and Emily should have voice in her tutorial. When I saw the two videos, I thought music was important and also, the words you use in the voice over, and the tone of your voice will change how the people who watches the video’s feelings.

I want to learn how to make a tutorial with simple background, and how to add sparkles etc… on the “how it should look like” image. Also, I want to know how I can make a tutorial that isn’t disturbing and looks very clean. I want to learn how to make a tutorial with simple background because the video I took looked a bit unclean, and also there were some things which disturbed the video. Also, when I was filming for the microwave, it was very dark, and I couldn’t see most of the things.

Finally, I really enjoyed creating a tutorial. I felt that I wanted to make another one too! However, I think I need to improve on my “making the tutorial skills”, because I think I’m not good at it yet. Next time, I want to make cake or something, because I like cooking stuff. Next time I make a tutorial, the most important thing to improve is the voice and the backgrounds… This unit teached me to how I can teach people which I think I’m good at it, and what makes a tutorial good!!! 🙂

 

 

3 Comments on My tutorial video!!!

  1. Satono
    April 28, 2013 at 5:30 pm (6 years ago)

    Yum~ The mash potato looks so yummy~!

    I like how you tell step by step clearly! Also I liked the music that u made!
    and how you talk clearly and slowly but I think you should put some expression to it. I hope I can eat your mash potato someday.

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  2. Kim Cofino
    May 21, 2013 at 11:14 am (6 years ago)

    I’m so glad you enjoyed this project and you want to make more tutorials! You could make a whole series of tutorials about your favorite things to cook – they could all be “Japanese style” that kids can prepare too! That would have a good audience, because it’s so specific. It’s great to see how much you learned from watching other tutorials too!

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