On June 9th (finals day – 8am) be prepared with the following:
One member of your group will introduce everyone and give a general overview of your route – think about adjectives that help. Don’t spend more than a minute on this and then have each member introduce a piece of your segment of the site. Decide how this will go, in what order, and how to do it professionally before class on the 9th – don’t just wing it – practice. Remember you’re in front of professionals – be professional!
Once you have shown your stories, I would like you to share one thing from the following questions and answers – please write these out, print them and hand them to me at the end of class. Each should be about a paragraph.
- What story or process of doing the story brought you the most joy?
- What was the most challenging part of doing these stories? DO NOT talk about fitting it in around classes or others’ schedules — all of these professionals know about deadlines — rather concentrate on what was the biggest hurdle? What was scary?
- In what way were you stretched? How did you grow? Please tell me about one thing that was team-related and one thing that was personal?
Each person should talk about one of these in the presentation. Just a couple of sentences – the panel will want to hear about what you learned, what was fun, what was hard.