Lately in Technology Class, we have started the Project “Teachers of the Future”. In this Project, we are Making and Watching Tutorials. Before you are making your Tutorial you have to pick a Topic, and I picked Drawing a Cute Dog.
This is my Storyboard↓
And we made a Timeline Plan too↓
This time plan is a list of what we have to do, and you have to put in the Order, Task , Deadline and some Details.
I think my Story board meets these Criteria’s.
- Finished Product
First I think I met the Criteria “Finished Product”. Because, I showed the Finished Product (My Drawing of the Dog) at the Beginning and at the End. Finished Product is something you have Finished making or doing it. It is important to put the Finished Product because, if you don’t the Person who is watching the Video would not know what they are going to make or do in the Video. So I put the Finished Product before starting the steps and at the last part before the Video ended.
Second I thought that I met the Criteria “Materials”. Because, I presented the List of Materials at the Beginning of the Video (Before I explained the Steps). It is important to have the Materials presented at the Beginning of the Video because, if you don’t present the Materials at the Beginning of the Video, the people who are watching the Video would not know what he/she needs to prepare to make/do.
Last I thought that I met the Criteria “Step-by-Step”. Because, I put in all the Steps you need to do to draw a Dog, and I explained the Steps you need to do in the fill out Space that you need to Fill out. It is important to make your Video Step-by-Step because, if you don’t put the steps in the right order, the person who is Watching the Video will be Confused and not know what to do next.
I think my Tutorial is a good one because, I have my Steps in order so the Viewer will not get confused what to do next. And I think the Viewer will learn what I am trying to teach because, I have the Finished Product before I start explaining the Steps and I have the Materials presented before I start explaining the Steps and at last, I have the Steps in order so the Viewer will not get confused and do the Right Steps.
I think I need to learn how to always stay on the same pace to create my Tutorial (It’s not really learn how to always stay on the same pace. I just need to Practice!). Because if I sometimes speak on a Fast pace and suddenly Start Speaking in a Slow pace, the Viewer will get confused and maybe will not be able to understand the words when I am speaking in a Fast pace.
So I will try to make a great Tutorial of “How to Draw a Cute Dog”. By showing the Finished Product at the End and the Beginning, and showing the Materials the Viewer needs to prepare before watching the Steps. And to make sure I have the right order of the Steps in the Video!