This lesson in digital citizenship we were talking about meaning about cartoons and the meanings behind it. Now we are analysing our own photo and the meaning behind it.
I find this comic funny because of the attitude of the girl. And how the guy pays no attention to her.
I think the message behind this comic is how people spend too much time on phones and not much time communicating in person.
This is an important message because we need to know how much time we should spend on phones.
I still find this funny but when you think about it the message behind this photo it is not that funny.
Did you achieve what you originally set out to do?
Yes, I think I got done what I set out to do and show people the basics of roller blading.
What successes or challenges did you experience toward the end of your project?
Some of the challenges I faced was uploading the footage onto my laptop and also trying to put arrows in to point at a direction.
How did you overcome the challenges?
I overcame the challenges by asking my sisters for help because they have done this before.
I was not here for the first lesson, so I will go from where I started.
When I started we had to create a board to win at the fair with no limits, so we cold put $100 all around the board. For the second board we made we had to try and profit. We played ten games again, I profited $4.70. after we collected our data and wrote how we profited and why it was enticing we could move onto Math 300 where we played 1000 test. When we did that we had to try and profit $300, unfortunately I did not get it so I had to rearrange and change prices on the board. When I changed the prices around I ended up profiting around $500 . the prices I have now are 0.20 0.30 0.50 $25 $ 50 $100.
netiquette is the same as etiquette but for the online world.
flame wars is an argument between people and they start insulting each other
a troll is a person who likes starting flame wars and insulting people
being anonymous is a person who ahs a hidden identity
to communicate clearly you should not use caps lock, use Emojis and don’t use slang.
you have to ask permission to post a photo of someone else befor you post it
when you post something and delete it, it is not fully deleted because it was out there for a second and then it is in your history and other people can see it in that 1 second.
What have you achieved so far? What successes or challenges have you experienced so far? What is the next step for you?
So far I have done most of my filming. some of the challenges I have experienced so far is transporting the videos to my computer. next I will need to start to edit.
What do you intend to create? What technologies are you planning to use / learn about? Who is your project targeted at? What are you looking forward to?
I am going to create a short film of the basics of roller blading.
I am planning to use a point and shoot camera and use my laptop for editing. I will do voice overs.
I will target this film at an audience 8+
Some of the messages I took away from this ted talk were to find out where your food comes from and you should eat local were you know what you are eating. He got these messages across to the audience by using jokes like fish tomatoes and showed us pictures of how animals are farmed. Some of the technical support he used to help him were a projector to show the images and a microphone to amplify his voice so we can here him. Some of his presentation technics were to make jokes and jesters.
Some of the main messages I took away from his ted talk was that a big problem can be solved by a small solution and a solution can always be found. He got his messages across to his audience by showing them pictures and videos. Some of the technology he used also helped him get his message across like a projector and a microphone. some of the presentation techniques he used which helped were, when he told a joke he reacted the way he wanted his audience to react, he used jesters and he did not have a scripted so he made eye contact with his audience.
I think some of the main messages are to try app developing and it doesn’t matter what age you are you can continue your passion.
I think he got these messages across to the audience by showing his apps and telling people what you can do.
For his ted talk he used a microphone, an I pad to have some dot points on and the screen behind him to show the audience what he was talking about.
He kept eye contact with the audience and did not loose their interest so he kept it short.