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April 29th class

Dear students,
Our next class is on April 29th. Please come to class with your materials so that you can prepare and practice your presentation on education in class. Your presentation should not be too general as you only have about three minutes per person to deliver your speech. You may use presentation software such as Microsoft Powerpoint if you wish. You can also show your information on paper or card if you prefer.
Your first assessed presentation will be delivered during the following week, May 6th. (Ignore my handout as it is innacurate). Remember to make eye contact and don't read.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

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Peer feedback

Dear students,
Please provide feedback to your classmates by clicking on the form below. For each student, please write her name in the text box before you write your comments. Any fair constructive comment about the presentation will be fine.

Peer Feedback Form

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin