Learning Points: From this project I have learnt that explaining a solution for a question is much harder solving a question. Though we have to use the same steps and answer, we have to turn our answer into something vocal and others can understand. We must explain every single step and find the reasoning behind the working. When we solve question, we have formulas and mental calculation already in our heads, but in explaining it, it is one whole different story. We have to think and think how our steps are done and the reasons and concepts behind it. We have to make the workings into something even young children can understand.
Challenges: I faced a couple of challenges in this project. I used paper and pen to show my workings instead of some other classmates who used multimedia platforms to display their workings. Since I decided to point out which working I was explaining so the audience would not get lost, I had to keep looking at both the paper and the soft-copy script I made. I had to co-ordinate my eyes with my hands, and multi-task. I also faced problems when trying to keep the paper in view of the camera, and not let it bend at the edges so the audience can see my workings, since I was already desperately trying to focus on both my pointing and the script. I also said some things wrongly in the video, so I am not very happy with it.