THINK Online


T- Is it true

Why do it if it isn’t True you will just upset someone and thats not at all nice.

H- Is it Helpful

If it isn’t helpful do not do it because you might make someone upset and hurt there feelings

I- Is it inspiring

Do not do it if it isn’t inspiring you might make someone think little of themselves.

N- Is it necessary

  Do not do it if it is not necessary because if you show/tell someone a embarrassing story of someone and make them feel sad.

K- Is it Kind

if it is mean then why would you send or post or show someone it is just mean and will make them feel sad and make them embarrassed.

Up-Date on Passion Project.


For my passion project i am doing the basics on riding a horse. I’ve talked to my mum and we have talked about how we are gong to film it. So far we have some ideas of how we will film it without scaring the horses and what basics will i show. I’m going to start filming hopefully on the weekend and i’m going to have 3 different tricks and some safety skills and information. I’m also going to add all of the materials your going to need.

I’m going to edit using Adobe premiere pro and i will add music as well as credits.


Birke Baehr’s TED Talk


The main messages in Birke’s TED Talk is that you don’t have to buy food from the supermarket instead you can buy it from a local farmer and you know where the food you eat comes from. He said “Would you rather pay a Farmer or the Hospital”

Birke got his messages to his audience using hand expressions, pictures and Humour. He did a really good job engaging with his audience because they clapped a lot. He was very persuasive. He also used very strong words.

The Technical support Birke got was all the farmers and his family he had pictures off different farmers and a couple of him with the farmer.



Some presentation techniques Birke used was eye contact, Hand expressions and Humour. He made some funny jokes for example the fish joke 

And he had more jokes.

His eye contact was really good and he was very good in front of an audience.

Richard Turere’s TED Talk

The main messages in Richard Turere’s TED Talk is that you don’t have to kill a lion to save your animals. You can keep on trying till you find a solution that can change the lives of lots of animals without harming any.

 Richard Turere sent the messages to his audience with Humour. He sent his persuasive information to his audience and kept them hooked with humour. He made you feel bad for what others have done. He also used pictures that made you reconsider what was happening and how bad it really was.

The technical support Richard got was his family and  the lions in a way for not getting killed and his new school that he got because of what he has done and he used his imagination and made something amazing that made him got a scholarship.

The presentation techniques Richard used was Humour and eye contact he also didn’t stand still and kept moving around the stage. He used hand expressions and face expressions which made the audience interested and kept them hooked.

Passion Project

My Passion Project

My Passion Project is going to be the basics of riding a Horse. I will do a few short videos of What are some important  things, Safety and Some easy skills for beginners and intermediate. My mum will film for me and help with all the Skills. I will also add how to ride a horse Bare-back.

In my film i will include pictures, voice overs and detailed videos explaining how to do things. I will also have some background music from Ben-sound.


Thomas Suarez TED Talk


 1, The main messages in Thomas’s TED Talk was a child our age can make something amazing that can go on the app store for people to see.


 2. The messages go sent to the audience by humour. Thomas added information as well as humour to keep them hooked and listening.


 3. The technical support Thomas had was his teachers, parents and Apple for the technology he used to make the apps 


4. Some presentation techniques he used was Eye contact, He used Humour very well and he made it very entertaining at the same time. 



Point and Shoot Cameras

Point and Shoot Cameras

Rule of thirds

Imagine that your camera is divided into 9 parts

3 times 3


Here is some more types of shots

Balancing elements

Placing your main subject off-centre balancing it out.

Some other different types of camera shots

Leading lines

View point and



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