Hey everyone! This week's blog topic is our new goals for the second quarter. Last quarter one of my goals was to not procrastinate on the eighth grade slideshow and we took pictures and chose songs for the eighth grade slideshow. My other goal was to keep up with all of my work and make all of my deadlines and I think that I did a pretty decent job at that as well. My third goal from last quarter was to communicate well with all of my partners. I need to work on that because sometimes I forget that Halea and Abby aren't returnees and that they might not understand what they need to do. My new goal for this quarter is to get an A on both of my videos this quarter. To do this I will have to turn in multiple drafts of my videos before the due date, not procrastinate, and get feedback from others in our class.
To achieve my goal I can turn in multiple drafts of my videos before the final draft is due. This will allow me to get feedback on my projects and I can make changes before it's actually graded. Then I can get a better grade because I was already able to fix some of my mistakes.
Another thing I can do to achieve my goal is make sure I do not procrastinate. This will make sure that I am always working on my projects and that I don't wait till the last minute to work film or edit my projects. When you wait till the last minute then you usually end up not making the video that great because you are just rushing around trying to put anything together to meet your deadline.
The last thing that I can do to achieve my goal is get feedback from multiple people. Before we turn in a final draft I want to have a draft already done and get feedback from others in our class. It's always good to get feedback from others because they might catch a mistake that you've never noticed.
My goal for this quarter is to get an A on the PSA and teacher profile I have to make this quarter. To achieve this goal I can turn in multiple drafts of my video before the final draft is due, not procrastinate, and get feedback from others in our class. Thanks for reading!