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Review of the video
Sound quality is not appropriate, less clear voice and sometimes unwanted noise are there, this can be improved. You can improve it by using a noise-free area while recording and later use Audacity to improve audio quality as mentioned in this video. You can also buy a good quality mic to improve sound quality later.
Utilization of white board space
Even though for some people it could be natural to have inclined writing direction, try avoiding that. It would be better to keep it horizontal so that viewers will have decent visuals.
It is recommended to highlight the parts e.g. which is commutative and which is not commutative, it will allow viewers to have a focus in sync with the audio.
Detailed and timeline-wise review
0.15 – Table for commutativity needs to be drawn neatly to enable users to have a clear view of the content, also this is the beginning part of the video, if it is not shown properly, viewers are unlikely to go further to watch your video.
0.22 – When you are talking about “hamare paas commutative properties hai” the same text should be there in the table
0.23 – write the full words – “addition” and “subtraction”
1.02 – when you are asking “what is the meaning of commutativity?” the same text should be displayed on the board
1.22 – You said “aap logon ne ye table bana li hogi”, you should have asked viewrers to make a table if you are planning it that way
1.38 – When you are talking about addition, writing the word “addition” is recommended
1.48 – direction of writing should be horizontal
2.05 – When you are talking about multiplication, writing the word “multiplication” is recommended
2.29 – natural number example. Show one more example with bigger numbers or give as an exercise.
3.19 – Write “Rational numbers” on the board while explaining the example of rational numbers
4.00 – maintain line spaces between examples for clear visuals
5.00 – use of additional example is recommended
6.45 – additional example with larger number can be shown or given as an exercise
7.25 – for multiplication take larger numbers, using 1 x 2 is very simple
8.25 – additional example with larger number can be shown or given as an exercise
8.32 – Conclusion part – It is recommended to highlight the parts e.g. which is commutative and which is not commutative, it will allow viewers to have focus in sync with the audio.
8.40 – Highlight addition and multiplication and synch with audio when you are saying these are commutative,
8.45 – Highlight subtraction and division and synch with audio when you are saying these are commutative.
I hope this feedback will help in improving the quality of your educational video that will eventually lead to the success of your educational YouTube channel.
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