Tutorial Reflection

In tech class we researched 3 or more tutorial video  and we learned some good techniques to make my tutorial we’re going to make soon better. We made a tutorial about how to make a playlist on youtube  and It was a little challenging for me because I had to make the tutorial in 30 minutes. I think I did good on my first tutorial so please watch It. We also chose our best tutorial from 3 or more tutorial research and we wrote about our best tutorial. Click the Link to see more information.

 

Now I would want to compare my own tutorial and my favourite tutorial and see the similarity of my first tutorial and my favourite tutorial and the difference.

Here is a list of what my tutorial and my favourite tutorial had often.

1.The tutorials had steps and this helps because if the tutorial is broken into little pieces than it makes it easier for the viewers to follow the tutorial. It also had clear and simple step and this helps because it makes it easier for the readers to understand and be able to do the steps easily.

2. The tutorials had picture or videos in the tutorial. This is good because this makes it easier for the viewers to understand the tutorial. Also it makes it easier for the viewers to see the small details that the viewers can’t really imagine just with words.

Here is the list of how the tutorials were different

1. My tutorial didn’t show what is the advantage of doing the tutorial but in my favorite tutorial, it had people that are good at the skill. This helps because it inspire or makes people think they want to do the tutorial

2. He should have showed where he’s going to shoot the ball but I explained where to click specifically witch made it easier for the viewers to follow the step.

In tech class we also did My favourite Investigation and I commented on Owen’s and Rei’s blog. FromTheir favourite tutorial I learned a lot.

From Owne’s blog I learned how to kick a curve ball which helped a lot in a real soccer match. From Rei’s blog I learned how to play Mario in the guitar and I thought It was really cool (even tho I don’t play the guitar).

This is the important skills I learned from watching the tutorial.

  1. You should use good vocabulary’s so that it makes it easier for the reader to hear the voice.
  2.  You can put voice over after recording if the sound is not clear. This is useful because it it makes it easier to hear the voice and also it prevent from viewers to miss out important words.

From doing all of these things I learned the 2 basic important tips to make a tutorial. One is, the tutorial should have simple and easy steps and the 2nd important thing is the time of the video should be less than 2-5 minute because it will be boring for some people to watch that long. Their is more so I’ll list all of them in below.

  • You should use good vocabulary’s so that it makes it easier for the reader to hear the voice.
  •  You can put voice over after recording if the sound is not clear. This is useful because it it makes it easier to hear the voice and also it prevent from viewers to miss out important words.
  • The tutorials should have steps and this helps because if the tutorial is broken into little pieces than it makes it easier for the viewers to follow the tutorial. It also had clear and simple step and this helps because it makes it easier for the readers to understand and be able to do the steps easily.
  • The tutorials should had picture or videos in the tutorial. This is good because this makes it easier for the viewers to understand the tutorial. Also it makes it easier for the viewers to see the small details that the viewers can’t really imagine just with words.

Thank you for reading my post and I’ll try to post another post on sunday so please check that out too. BYE BYE.

1 Thought.

  1. It’s good to see your two biggest learnings from this unit. As we start to design and plan our tutorials, you can come back to this post to make sure that you include both of those elements in your finished tutorial!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Skip to toolbar