If you could make more changes to your poster board, what would you do? Why?
What aspect of your poster board are you most proud of? Why?
How did your speech improve once you had given it several times?
In your opinion, why did it improve?
What do you hope people learned from your poster board and presentation?
What did you do to try to ensure that they learned those things?
What things were surprisingly easy for you today that you thought might have been harder?
What things were difficult today. Why were they hard for you?
What comments were people telling you about your message? What did they say that was meaningful?
After Leadership Day
I would add that anyone can do a give me five, but most importantly; I wanted to explain what a 10 min. give me five was and why we use them. I think it is important because it helps clam us down.
I am really proud of how it include almost everything that it needs to include. I worked well with my partner and love it is not to crazy looking!
I knew what to say without having to think as much first. I was able to know what people would most likely be confused on something specific.
I think it improved because all of the sudden I felt more comfortable because I knew what to say when they ask questions. I could tell they understood questions better after a lot of people came.
I hope they learned what a give me five is and why we use them.
It was easy to explain to them if they were confused on something. I could tell that after we explained something to them, they understood.
It was easy for people to come over to my poster. I thought I would only present to 5 people, but it ended up being much more!
It was very hard not to interrupt my partner. There were many times where I felt he could have said it differently, but I needed to keep my mouth quiet until he was done. I know he said it fine, I just wanted to word it differently.
They said it was cool that students use a give me five.