When we made our movie the first cut was very good i think, the changes we had to make from the ruff cut to the final cut are that we had to make our sentences more fluent and not st udder. Another change we had to make is we had some bad grammar such as "Tooth brushing" instead of "brushing your teeth". What helped us a lot is the comments left behind on our ruff cut. The Comments that were left were very constructive and very good advice on how to make our movie better that it already was.
Well we did have an expert that my mom was supposed to contact but we unfortunately didn't get the email back on time because he was travailing all over the world speaking and awaring people about global warming and other subjects like that like how to go green. After the final cut was due the email came in so we just contacted someone who interviewed David Suzuki and we had are interview like that. 3 important points that the original interviewer told us is that global warming is the source behind climate change. Global warming can not be stop ed. Global warming will one day cause great damage to the earth.We found our expert through my mom because she works will a lot of different people like that and she happened to know him personally. We didn't find the expert in time for our project because he was travailing at the time and didn't have time to send us an email back.
From our 2 minutes to make a difference project What I think our greatest success is that we put our message across to the viewers and gave them ways to be more green. The skills i think i will take away from this project is all the knowledge i took from this project on ways to make a difference on earth from child labor to going green. That's why i am super glad we did this project because it gave me a lot to think about and how easy my life is compared to some people on earth.
The Most Frustrating part about making our movie was probably the ways to make a difference and just getting all the editing done and uploaded on time. Are strategy we used to finish on time was to go over to Noelle's house every day after school just to get it all done.
I think that the 2 minutes to make a difference project is important to grade 8 students because this is a stage in our lives when we have to start to grow up and mature and start to think of others before our self's.
I will make a difference in the future by taking my time to volunteer over my summer break just to help out in our community.