One of the ways to get better results is to review the results you’ve already gotten, and then figure out how you can improve upon them.
We’ve been working on our Claymation Factory project in which each group is creating one minute of clay animation.
Use the following questions to help write a 5-paragraph essay that tells the story of your Claymation.
What is your Claymation about?
How did you come up with your idea for your Claymation? Did you figure everything out in advance, or did you figure out a starting point and then make things up as you worked?
How did you get your ideas as you worked? What triggered them?
How well did your group work together as a team? What were the benefits of working as a team? What problems did you encounter working as a team? How did you work out problems?
What did you particularly enjoy doing in the project? Be specific.
What did you find challenging? Why?
What do you think went well? Why?
What would you improve upon if you did this again?
Tell the story of the creation of your Claymation.
Your response should be in complete sentences and observe the proper conventions of language (For example, the beginning of a sentence should be capitalized. Proper names should be capitalized. Words should be spelled correctly. Type it in Word first, then copy and paste it to comments and post.