in my videos, it summed up the cell cycle and the process within it. It talks about the interphase and the processes within it. then each video goes into mitosis, meiosis, and how they both work. I did all the work I was working independently. I could have shortened my videos and cut down the audio. The most meaningful part was trying to line up the picture so that it moves fluently.
for this video, we show both processes of Mitosis and Meiosis .we made two parts for mitosis made out of play-do and strings and the second made with different color makers. For this project, I made and draw the different stages and also help with the video making . I think that our group illustrated correctly the different stages of meiosis even though I think that next time I would take the time to make a voiceover and add more details on both of my parts .the most meaningful part of the experience was getting a true understanding of what actually happens during mitosis and meiosis and being able to represent it correctly.
In the video, I used clay to show and represent the stages of mitosis and meiosis. I contributed to the project because I worked alone and got everything complete before the due date. Something that I did well was show the stages of mitosis and meiosis in a very good way. I probably could've added more pictures for meiosis because although the cycle is twice as long as mitosis, the meiosis portion of my video was shorter than the mitosis portion. The most meaningful part was creating the stop motion film. This was my first time creating one and it was an interesting experience.
This is a stop motion of a cel going though both mitosis and meiosis. To make this video we used Play-doh to make the cell nucleus and chromosomes. In Mitosis we used a pipe cleaner to represent the cell membrane and in meiosis, yarn was used. Everyone in the group contributed equally, I provided my phone for editing and shooting the stop motion video. Something that I did well was completing y parts on time so that my group and I could submit the benchmark on time. Something that I could've done differently was staying focused, I did play around a lot with my group mates. The most meaningful part of creating this video was connecting with my group even more than usual.
The content in my video is providing you with information on the cell cycle and what it does, such as the stages and what phases are included in these stages. There is also content on how mitosis and meiosis works. The materials me and my group members used were playdough and yarn. I created some of the models that were shown in the video, took some picture and did the voiceover and created the completed video. What went well was the collaboration in my group and the creativity and what could have been better was timing maybe. The most meaningful part was being able to have a better understanding of the process of the cell cycle that we had to create ourselves.
We represent mitosis and meiosis and we used toothpicks spaghetti play dough fruit loops and pipe cleaners. I contributed to the project as the planner I brought fruit loops and I recorded and edited the video. I think what I did well was working through the chaos that is the last week of the quarter to ensure that this got done the way I wanted it too. what I could Have done differently is pass my keystone the first time so I could have had more time. Having fun while reinforcing our knowledge of mitosis and meiosis and fun I did have "editing" the video.
Basically what’s seen in this video of s the both processes for Mitosis and Meisosis. It is a step by step stop motion that show every phase of each process.
I contributed to the group by first condoning research, as well as accumulating ideas of what to draw and what everything looks like.
We did the art work well, I guess. But if we would of started earlier this project would’ve been so tough, I must admit that my team had some distractions during the week we had this assignment which held out our out-of-class work, which is usually me and Eli’s best work.
The most meaningful part of created this stop motion video was just getting it done.
For my video, I used aluminum foil as my cell wall and play dough as the organelles and such inside the cell. to describe Mitosis. To describe Mitosis I used black string and play dough and pipe cleaners. I did this project by myself so there wasn't much effort to put in other than all of my effort. I played every role in this group. I took the pictures and set up what needed to be set up. I edited the video and made the voice over. I explained the topic well and I gave a good visual representation of both Mitosis and Meiosis. But I would have removed the watermark somehow and I would have made sure my pictures weren't crocked. I would have lined them all up and tried to keep that angle the same throughout the entire video. The most meaningful part of the video is the introduction of the cell cycle because it sums up the entire video together.
For this video, I used Plato, string, paper, and a black pen. I worked alone on my project because my experience with working in groups has been not so good. I feel that for the most part, I worked really hard and really well considering I worked on the whole project myself. In the mix of me trying to make sure all the phases wherein the correct order I had become confused myself and that's when I reached out to my peers for help and they helped me the best way they could. I my opinion creating the video and getting the right speed was the hard part, then some of my pictures where the took from the wrong angles and I had to recreate the model and re-take the picture.
For my video I used Play-doh and drawing to represent the cell. What I felt I could have did better was making the voiceover more accurate and the stop motion more fluid. What I did good was representing the cells accurately.