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  • 1. Name ASHWIN Date 11TH MARCH 2012 Class 9 HUM A Gr 9 Living Museum - REFLECTION!!!! If 1 is the lowest & 10 is the highest, what grade would you give yourself for: 1) the information in your speech: 8/10 2) the information in your A3 posters: 7/10 3) the way you did your speech (your presentation): 9/10 4) the way your A3 posters looked (its presentation):7/10 5) the amount you enjoyed yourself during that 1 hour of presenting: 12/10Explain your reasons for the grades you gave yourself above for: 1) The information in your speech:I gave myself a 8 out of 10 in the speech category because I think I wrote apretty good speech. This was my 4th draft of the speech. I think my introductionwas good and so was my main events and interesting story but I think I did notwrite so well for the problems or benefits in my characters life. 2) The information in your A3 posters:I don’t think I did a very good job on the posters because the only information Ihad was VERY BASIC. My poster met the minimum requirements but was notvery interesting. I did add a cool fact on the poster that I had my own T.V. showbut that’s the only thing. 3) The way you did your speech (your presentation): I think I did great in my presentation because many people came and listened to me and they left my exhibition with a little bit more
  • 2. knowledge and a smile. I also noticed that they weren’t bored throughout the speech because I kept asking questions throughout and was interacting with them. 4) the way your A3 posters looked (its presentation):I think my posters were not bad looking but the way they were presented onthe black cardboard was not great. I did add fishes and bubbles to make it looklike it were undersea but it weren’t that attractive as it could have been. I thinkI should have spent more time on the posters because from my point of view Ikind of had a very average looking poster and the reason for this is me nottrying too hard and the fact that I’m not a very artsy person. 5) The amount you enjoyed yourself during that 1 hour of presenting:During that 1 hour, I had a great time. Many people came and listened to me…from tiny kids to the head of the school. They all listened, asked questions andheld their breathes along with me. I had a lot of fun telling them about the lifeof Jacques Cousteau and from what I saw they had a lot of fun learning aboutthe person too. I don’t think they remembered everything that I said when theyleft but I surely think that they remembered JACQUES COUSTEAU INVENTEDTHE AQUALUNG.If you could change anything about what YOU did, what would it be? WHY? I think the only change that I would make is to make my poster more attractive looking. My poster was the only dull thing in my exhibition because I was very active and the listeners were very active so the next time I do this I will make more posters interesting and attractive so it isn’t left out.
  • 3. If you could change anything about what ANYONE ELSE DID, what would itbe? WHY?I can’t really judge anyone else’s performance but I think the people who worejust black should have tried harder and tried to get a costume.In general, your living museum experience was………..It was something new that I did and I enjoyed it a lot. I agree it required a lot ofwork, a lot of preparation and a lot of organization from Ms. DeGreef but Iguess in the end it all paid off because of the fabulous performance thateveryone put on. Thank you for your honest reflection!