Reflections – IOP

My favorite IOP’s were the ones about Joy Luck Club and The Odyssey but that may be biased because I like that book and poem respectively. The IOP’s were very descriptive and it went in detail. The questions at the end were interesting because it made the presentations more interactive and the presenters got to show their personal view. I realized that after doing my presentation, I needed to make it more interesting and speak more clearly. I went over time by a lot and will need to time myself more clearly next time. The presentations that were the most interesting had visual representations of what they were saying that were in bullet point form and short and to the point. I felt that the best presentations were when the presenter could answer the questions naturally at the end because it shows that they know their story inside out and has done a lot of background research.

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