The first thing that I believe I was good at is the morning announcments; at first when I realized I was assigned as Techinical Director, I started to get worried and scared because I've heard lots of people that have said, "Technical Director is the hardest job" or "That is the hardest job out of the morning announcments". On the first day of working the morning annoucments, I admit it was a mess. We didn't really have much time to practice, so it was haywire. After that morning, I was pretty scared and believed what they were saying. But the next morning and the days after that, I got it down thanks to the help of the crew. I'd be lying if I said it was the hardest job there, because you basically press 4 buttons- 1,2, DDR, and Auto.
The next thing I thought I was okay at was the transcribing of our interviews. I thought this was fairly easy because you just listen to the interview and type it on your computer or your iPad. I personally like using my laptop because I know that apple devices have auto-correct and tends to correct a bunch of words, also I like to type, and I think transcribing has really improved my typing skills and my w.p.m.. But I have to admit transcribing is very tedious work. It takes time to transcribe a 12 minute video, or even a 2 minute video. You have to replay it over and over to make sure it was word for word, but I still thought it was easy.
The last thing I thought was easy is our Advisory Game. Our Advisory game is on naming that Christmas Movie. I thought it was easy because I had a bunch of help from my partner, and we got all of our photos form the internet, so we didn't need to worry who we will we take photos of or if the photo is okay or not.
This is the ending of this blog, of my skills and the fears that I have conquered. It's safe to say that I think the technical director in the morning announcments, transcribing and the advisory games were okay and a little easy. Well that's the end! Off to Doctor Who! Byeee!