Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Feedback for Haia and Kelen: Wilma Rudolph

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13 comments:

  1. The simplicity of the slide show was nice because it really told you why Wilma was very influential. I think the project could have dug deeper into some more things that she has done for civil rights and woman's rights.

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  2. I thought your presentation seemed very well rehearsed and it was clear you knew what you were talking about and had done significant research. One criticism I have is bring in a modern comparison that many people know of.

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  3. Very clean slide show and use of information. I like how background information was given of what was going on in the world at the time she was alive. It helped give me a better understanding of why she is iconic. The only criticism that I have is that you didn't use a modern day comparison, otherwise great job.

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  4. I think a powerful quote you used that Wilma said was, "Doctors told me that I would never walk again, but my mother told me I would. I believed my mother." This quote showed her determination that made her into the person she became. Your presentation had good depth but something you could've done better is use a little more eye contact.

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  5. I agree with what Mitch said about the simplicity of the slideshow, however, a few more facts to read and some more color would have been a little more effect to draw the audience in a little more. I really liked the presentation though and what you talked about, Wilma definitely is an inspiration. I had never heard of her before and its amazing that she survived multiple diseases by the time she was only 4 years old and that fact that she won 3 gold medals while suffering from Polio.

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  6. You guys did a great job with creating your power-point, making it very clear with condensed information. Your presentation also seemed very well prepared, and both of you seemed to be experts in the subject, and very interested presenters.
    One thing that could have been used in your presentation is the use of a current day athlete that could compare to Wilma Rudolph.

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  7. I liked that you talked about her life and activist goals. I think you did a really nice job of incorporating both that and her athletic achievements and why you felt she was a icon. It wouldve been better if you guys had kind of structured your information a little more

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  8. I had never heard about her before and learning how she fought many things to get to become a 3 time gold medalist was amazing. You guys were really good at speaking and seemed well educated on the subject. Only criticism is just have a present day person to compare her too.

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  9. I really liked how I got a clear understanding on the life of Wilma Rudolph from listening to the presentation. You did a good job of giving across the information in an easy to understand way. I really felt her struggles, and thought she was very inspirational!
    If I had to pick something out to change it would have been to add a modern day comparison so that we could kind of relate her to someone we know a little more about!

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  10. I never knew who Wilma Rudolph was before this presentation so it was very informative. It was awesome to learn about such a courageous woman in American history. You both talked evenly and well.

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  11. I think you presentation was good but could have used more facts. I think the way you kept the slides very light and didn't have too much on them was really good. But I think including more facts about her accomplishments outside of the olympics would be good to have!

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  12. This presentation taught me a lot about Wilma Rudolph even though I had never heard of her. Even though I didn't know who she was, you explained everything really well. My only criticism was that you talked a little fast at the beginning. It got stronger as it went on so that was good.

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  13. During this presentation, I found I learned that she was the first american woman to win 3 gold medals in the Olympics. Also, the fact that she represented the Civil Rights movement and Woman Rights. Something that I felt could have been more improved is that you didn't really compare and contrast Wilma with anyone to anything specific.

    Overall, this presentation was very good and well thought out!

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