What did you like? What didn’t you like? About the videos/podcasts you listened to:
Words that help people to visualize – sensory
Think about asking a question that gets the reader to ponder perhaps
Help with identification – looking around identifying through leaves etc.
Too general – needs more explanation – maybe definition parts
The concept of cooperative trees as a model for how humans can be like – ethics aspect
Think about the audience – engaging way of telling the story that you can understand
Traditional medicine – informational side vs. Entertainment side
Jargon and terminology
What's most important to share
Journey and conversational narrative – connect tree to ravine
Forest succession, disease, soil, tree communication, pests, native/non-native
Terminology – using lay language to explain a concept
Senses and sounds
Referencing a book that is key to the discussion
Words that have more of an affect and visual – creative writing in a sense
Conversation with someone you are interviewing – sharing in this way- what questions someone might ask you about the plant that you would write about.
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