This is a supernatural riverside video about how littering affects salmon in the Coquitlam river. It also shows why salmon are important to the ecosystem. Our target audience is riverside students
Connor and I worked on this project without too many problems. We easily could work together without arguing or other problem. I think we also had similar visions for what we wanted to do. We split the research pretty evenly between ourselves we got 3 sources each. When we filmed we were always doing it together so the filming was a shared job. We split the editing between ourselves. I did the narration, but we both put the clips and the text in fairly evenly between us.
This unit in substance abuse has taught me about self regulation. I thought the reflections and activities we did throughout the unit was great in explaining how to deal and manage self regulation. This is shown by teaching us what the consequences of drugs can be. This gave us more information to make a more informative decision. Making it easier to resist and self regulate when we are making decisions related to drugs and alcohol. A tactic I learned to self regulate and resist substance abuse or any addiction is to play a game or watch tv shows, this would keep my mind off of what I had wanted.
Self reflection The sniper trailer
Describe how the artifact you selected shows your strengths & growth in specific core competencies. The prompt questions on the left – or other self-assessment activities you may have done – may guide your reflection process.
How does the artifact you selected demonstrate strengths & growth in the thinkingcompetencies?
In what ways might you further develop your thinking competencies?
I believe this project was hard because I wasted my time. I thought this project was easy based on what I had to create. My thinking changed about video editing and sound editing. I thought it was fun while I was doing it which surprised me.