A Snapshot on My CT101 Impressions

CT 101 was my first class for this semester. I was excited to learn about what the course was about, but at the same time, waking up for a 10 am class was too early for me to leave my bed.

My resting in bed happily, until when my alarm rings.

Going over the syllabus in class and seeing  that I will be creating memes, gifs, a website, using adobe software and other programs.

      Literally nobody:

              Professor Seslow: Introduce Yourself

Then, the class starts “arguing” over liking/disliking chocolate ice cream.

 

Given the first assignment and just scrolling through Giphy because of the many options I could choose. As a result, it leads to a disaster of overthinking.

 

So far, I find the class enjoyable as I get the opportunity to use and display my creativity. I can’t wait to see what my colleagues and I will create next !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reactions to CT 101

When I signed up for CT 101 and thought digital story telling would mean I would be writing blog posts every week.

Then, first day of class, Ryan says “no final exam” and “no research paper”

My joy got higher when i heard “you get to make memes and gifs”

Even more cool!!

So, here is my first gif ever. I troubleshot it a couple of times but I think it looks decent.

“Your sweater looks good, aunt Tracy”

This second gif I created is an accurate representation of me thinking of what to do for this assignment.

But, I’m looking forward to a fun semester where I don’t have to read and just get to have fun on the internet.

This is how I get ready to go to class every Tuesday morning.

Momentarily sad that it will be over in thirteen weeks.

Eh, we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it.

 

Parents Reaction to the “Babies Question”

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I believe the scenario works perfectly to place the “Where do babies come from?” question. Parents tend to react this way when children ask things related to this topic, and children’s response is basically to insist on them in order to get an answer from parents. Based on how kids are so curious and determined in getting what they want.

Highlight of this GIF:

The clip comes from ABC’S TV show Modern Family, the characters on it are Lily and Alex. Furthermore, the episode itself does have to do with what i just said  couple of lines before, Lily goes around through the episode asking, “Where do babies come from?”. Everyone kind of avoids answering and reacts in a different way but it is mostly because she focused on the younger relatives than the adults, but the scene does kind of reflect a parents reaction.

In general the TV show is amazingly funny, so if you feel like you need to relax and laugh a little it might be a great way to accomplish that by watching the show.