So far I have raised some money by selling alpaca manure for $2 a bag at my local fruit shop. That has already made $36 which is 18 bags so far. The money goes into a tin which I made. I have had some generous people who have donated extra coins as tips which is really thoughtful. I have $14.85 worth of donations. So this money is going towards buying the supplies for the contents of Samaritans Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoe box Appeal.
Outside to Inside
The problem that they all had was that they didn’t know the true identities of others on social media
The boy (Keiran) got addicted to gaming all day and night which made him loose all his friends. The young girl “Lost Princess” was talking to “white knight” who was not who he said he was. Instead he was an adult who was talking to an 11yr old girl.
The boy admitted he had a gaming problem, lost princess learnt not to talk to strangers, Lucy learnt not to have your password that someone could hack or steal from you and to keep it in your mind to remember, Charlotte learnt not to give any information away to other people you have never met.
I think the things that they could have done differently are not to trust anyone with personal information and passwords. As well as not to use technology all the time because you could end up having an issue and not being able to stop it.
The things I take away from the story are not to share passwords, addresses your age and to know when to stop, relax and take a break.
I intend to create a Samaritans purse operation Christmas child shoe box to give to some kids my age and younger who live in places that are less fortunate. Filling the shoe box with toys and games.
I am going to make a poster showing facts about what the project is and the actual shoe box I will take photos/videos of the shoe box.
This age group is for children 2-14 yrs that live in 3rd world countries who almost never get presents.
I am looking forward to helping people that are less fortunate then I am and I think that this could help some many young children from around the WORLD!!
I have achieved everything that I set out to do.
The challenges I have faced were when I forgot to use headphones so the sound didn’t work so I foxed that. My successes were the film footage and the editing.
I over come my challenges by remembering what we did from the clinics at the start of the year which diffidently helped.
I would try to talk louder and I would not film in the wind.
In RRR we started talking about digital citizenship and we had to do an acronym and here is an example
I completed filming all of the scenes for my alpaca video and I am up to editing. Well I am going to edit in adobe premiere which I’m still learning all of the buttons and how to make a good film. When I was videoing I forgot I needed headphones so the sound wouldn’t go through but I fixed it by brining the headphones. The next step is to start editing to finish it off and then it should be done.
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 movie on how to handle an alpaca and learning about them.
I’m hoping to be able to use a point and shoot camera, and video my alpacas and then use my laptop and go on Adobe Premiere to do my editing and I might do voice overs.
My project is targeted from the age of 8+
I am looking forward to being able to start the project I am excited for everything.
I think that the main messages are that there are different types of animals such as cows, that are being killed from other animals like lions, so Richard has tried to come up with a way that the cows can be safe from the lions. He used some lights that he made to scare off the lions and this worked he had some people ask him if they can have some lights so he helped them and his community.
He got these messages across the audience by having the images in the background so they had a better idea of what he was talking about. The microphone helped getting his messages across to the audience because his voice was clearer and louder.
The technical support he used was the microphone he had to make his voice louder and clearer, Richard had his slideshow on the big screen to show his pictures.
The presentation skills he used was when he said a joke he laughed so that he was encouraging the audience to laugh with him. he also was moving around his arms and hands (gestures) to express the way he felt about this topic.
The main messages was that anyone can create an app using a certain kit. That you can make what ever app you want.
He got the messages to the audience by talking in a way that the audience would understand and he had a few jokes to keep the audience hooked into what he was saying and he had good eye contact with everyone.
The technical support he used was the big screen behind him and his I-pad that had a few notes to remember what he was talking about. The other thing he used was the small button in his hand that he used to change the slides that were on the big screen behind him.
His presentation techniques were the big screen that was used to show everyone his slideshow, there was also a microphone that he used to be able to project his voice better so everyone could hear and so he wasn’t yelling, he had lights on him when he was on stage so he could be seen clearly by everyone.