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June 3rd lesson

Dear students,
Please download the print from the previous post (May 27th) and bring it to class to read in your groups.
Today you will prepare your technology company presentation. What technology does your company make or use? Why is it better than others? How has technology made your company succesful, and how will technology continue to give your company a lead over its rivals?
Since you are representing your company, your presentation should be very professional. In particular, your slides should be faultless. Let me check your slides today, so please prepare these beforehand.
The date of the delivery of your third presentation will be June 10th.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

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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.

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Kind regards,
Chris Elvin