Kenon Bates, Brandon Huggins, Brian Posadas, Gretchen Sanders, Elise Sims
I like the hook idea, it was funny. it was nice to hear different voices which means that all group members were involved in the video and not all behind the scenes, great team work group 23.
The video moved fairly quickly at some parts, interfering with the viewer’s understanding of the information. The visuals were extremely helpful and creative.
Great video! Love the “hook”.
The video was very informative and made great use of visuals.
I thought the video was very well done. I really liked the visuals where you showed two things side by side. I thought they really helped make the points you were trying to make.
This video had a constant and rather strange echo for the entire narration; I don’t know why. Regardless, it made it very difficult to actually understand what was being said, so I relied almost completely on the drawings for information, which were decent and incorporated several different aspects of ecology that we have learned.
The information was explained thoroughly. I also liked the drawings used in presenting the information.
Very thorough video.
Never knew that about bleached coral. Good video you guys.
Very good video. I thought the pictures were good; they seemed relevant and supported the information. The narration sounds echo-y and has minor errors in flow between speakers, but overall the words are clear. Clever “hook”. Great job!
The audio sounds a little off to me, but other than that the information is presented well and the visuals go along with the information being provided.
Good video! I like the visuals but the voice over was a little weird and hard to understand. I do think this video presented the information well though.
The narration echo threw me off but after I got by that I found the video very informative. Great use of visuals!
I liked the hook idea, very funny. Some parts were a little fast moving but overall the project was good!
The video used visuals very well, and over all it was very informative.
The video informs the viewer on the information necessary in an artistic and relevant way.
Y’all did a good job of presenting the information, and I liked the majority of the visuals! Well done!
The visuals are different, but interesting. The information is presented well but a little fast
The information was well put together, but the echo throughout the video made it a challenge to pay attention to the video.
Great job! One of my favorite videos so far
Check the audio for the video. However, it really entertained me and the information was well explained
Good visuals! Audio was a little fast at times but it didn’t affect how well the content was presented in layman’s terms. Solid video.
I liked the incorporation of multiple/all members into the narration, and the visuals were well done and informative and tied in well with the narration.
Move a little too fast at some place.
A very good video! Very informative, and the pictures are really nice and keep it interesting. However, this is just like that other video…so I’m docking points on creativity. 😛
The hook at the beginning was so creative!! Great job with the rest of the video, too! It was very informative!
The video was very informative and descriptive. The audio sounded weird at some points, but other than that the video was very well made! The pictures are very helpful and I liked the hook idea in the beginning – that was funny. Great job!
This video is very thorough. The visuals helped reinforce the information that was being presented.
The information presented was very thorough. I thought the information was sometimes presented a little too fast, which made it hard to comprehend certain topics.
The video was very informative in a detailed yet creative way because of the visuals that were used in it. I really liked the hook idea since I probably would not have thought or known about that. Great job on this video!
Awesome and loved the hook funny.
This is a great video. very informative and comedic!
Great visuals and team work!
Good incorporation of visuals and things we learned in class. The intro was a good grab.
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