Thursday, 18 June 2015

The Digestive System

Description: In class we had to choose from 3 science choices. The food chain with Troy, The digestive system with Suzanne and animal adaptions with Ebony. I chose to learn the digestive system with Suzanne. For the digestive system, we learnt lot's of interesting facts that we have never have known before. To gather all of this amazing info we made movies on what we have learnt about the digestive system.

Success Criteria
Our movie has:
*lots of interesting details about digestion that our audience won’t know
*clear explanations about each stage of the digestion process (talking clearly and loudly, using specific science vocabulary)
*clear images 
*humour/interesting detail to keep the audience engaged

Here is our video I made with Katelyn, Ashlee, Hannah and Gaby:

Big Idea: Here is a brief summary of what how the digestive system works. Digestion is all about breaking food down into tiny bits so it is small enough to travel all the nutrition around in your blood to feed your body and give it energy. All the leftovers (non nutrition) are placed together into this thing we call "poo". Watch the video above to see what happens inside our bodies and how the food travels around our body.

Feedback/Feed forward: I like how you added in some humor in the video. My favourite bit is the very end bit when your voice is very clear to here.You could work on making the video have a bit more information about the rectum and how it works. @^__^@ Ashlee

Evaluation: I think we showed a lot of creativity and excellence in our movie. We have added a lot of detail and info into our movie that the audience might of not known. Honestly, I think these facts will  come in handy in the future. I think we need to speak more entertainingly so that our viewers won't get bored. Other  than that, I think we have done a really good job.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Aye
    It has been fun watching your thinking progress this term as you have discovered more. Your group worked really hard to keep your audience as a focus and your persistence has paid off because the extra work and effort you have put in out of class time has added detail and accuracy. Well done.