Before Leadership day:
After Leadership day:
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1 I would probably fill the spaces in between information more then we did. I would do that to make it a little more appealing to the eye, and maybe more attractive.
2 I am most proud of all the titles that we made. I am most proud of those because we put a lot of time and work into them, and they turned out exactly like we wanted them to! I think another reason ewe are proud of out titles is because we really get the point across that we have an interesting topic.
3 My speech improved when people asked a lot of questions. I feel it improved then because after that I knew maybe I should expand in that area so that I don't get the same questions every time. Also I felt like I got more comfortable as time went by and more people came to our poster.
4 I think it improved because was being careful with what I said, and let them explore my poster instead of reading off it. Also I think people asked very deep questions and I put as much information and as much thought into my answer as possible.
5 I hope people learned that we get something out of passion time, and that it is not just fun and games.Also that we grow as students and people when we work together, and or work on our P.H.A.T. questions with time management.
6 I pointed, and constantly asked if they has any questions. Also I made sure I explained everything in detail, and thought about everything that i was saying. Another thing I made sure I talked about was that we work very hard to do and come up with our passion time projects. Further more I listened very intensly to their questions, and made sure I answered them with what they asked and more.
7 I thought that the actuall sppeking part was going to be more hard, I thought that I would stumble a lot and people would loose intrest. I thought that was going to be hard because I have only done poster sessions twice, and they were on totally different topics. Also I found it easy because I practiced, where in the other sessions we did not, and I knew my topic ,I think, as well as I could have known it so I was comfortable.
8 I would say the hardest thing I had to do today was restraining myself from doing all of the talking. That was hard for me because in my other poster sessions I was by myself, and got to do everything on my poster from the speech to the poster itself. Another thing that made it hard was that our speeches were totally different. He pointed out some of the things I did not, and he left out sone of the things that I said.
9 Some of the comments that we recived were: passion time is a grat idea that combines fun, and critical learning. Another comment we reseved was: Passion sounds enjoyable for the kids, and has a very improtiant lesson to it. I think the first comment was very meaningful because it really was the main idea that we were trying to get across, in a grown up sort of style