One of the tasks was just giving someone, you know, in groups of two like a paper, something to read. And then they had to kind of like vet it and think about, what, you know, like what was the underlying message, what was the like the big statement, you know, that this work was telling us. And, what were the problematics, what’s controversial, what’s like interesting, what’s you know, maybe challenging, what’s complicated about it, like how is nuanced. You know, so, like asking like figuring out that aspect of it. And then kind of like deciding, how you would possibly like make a video out of it. So that was one of the assignments, that they had. And then they had like storyboard it and kind of like think it through. It was interesting, because, what happened to them is, what happens to us often. I think, like three out of four of the groups were able to kind of like come up with an idea, that could be like a series or a video or whatever. And they had – actually only two out of four were able to actually come up with some idea, for like how you might be able to tell that story in a video. The other ones had like deep reservations and problems with the text, that they couldn’t really like get passed. And it’s interesting, because at least one of them – we had the same problem, because we’ve been looking at that texts for, you know, almost a year as well. And we couldn’t really figure out, how you would approach it for example in a video.
Making connections. I think, trying to make more and more connections to things. Yes.