Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Feedback for Mary and Tori: Woodstock

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Write about something well done.  What did you learn from this group?  What part of the Presentation seemed the best?

Is there constructive criticism that would help this group?  What might have been more clear?  What part of the Presentation seemed the least polished?

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12 comments:

  1. Its crazy that 500,000 people attended this event. I though you did a very well job with the use of photos. The photos made it a lot easier to connect with what was being presented, and it also helped me have a better understanding of it. One thing to criticize would have to be lack of equal presenting, otherwise it was a great presentation.

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  2. I think that their was a lot of good information on the history of Woodstock and how it developed into being so big. My only criticism is that it seemed like it was mostly a one sided presentation.

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  3. One thing i liked about your presentation was the variety of facts and information you had about Woodstock and how you incorporated it into the time period. One suggestion i would have would be to talk more specifically about the guys who started woodstock

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  4. I liked your information about the history of woodstock and its impact still today. You guys couldve spread out the information to share a little more even.

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  5. One thing that you did well was having a well prepared presentation with a lot of good information that was interesting at the same time.
    One thing to fix would be to share the the slides more evenly because it was one-sided presentation

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  6. You guys had great eye contact and were very descriptive over why it happened and what people thought of it before and after. Their struggle of finding a location proves how big the festival was. One thing I would critique is to spread out the talking between the two of you next time.

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  7. Its crazy to think 500,000 people attended Woodstock! I think you guys knew your material very well and stayed away from looking at the screen. Only thing wrong was that it was a little long.

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  8. During this presentation, I learned that the place that they held their show was actually their last resort. I found it interesting that their first act played on stage for at least 2 hours because it wasn't planned out very well and the 2nd act performed 4 hours after the first act. Something that I feel could have been improved was to maybe add a few more pictures in the slide show presentation and to maybe focus on one specific topic and talk about that for a little bit.

    Overall, this was a very good and well thought out presentation.

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  9. I feel like I know a lot more about Woodstock after listening to this presentation. I didn't know how big it was, or how many people attended until you both told me. If I had to pick something out to change, it would probably be to have narrowed it down to more specific topics.

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  10. Everyone knows about the iconic event, Woodstock, but you guys did a great job with the amount of facts and background of how Woodstock actually came to be. During the presentation, I learned that Woodstock actually had no economic benefits, which was very interesting. One criticism is that you seemed unprepared on what exactly you were going to say.

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  11. You guys both did a really good job and was one of the more interesting one. I really like to video choice and images you guys chose to show. Next time I would just talk a little more evenly maybe

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  12. I have grown up knowing about woodstock because my parents we're really into it, but I did learn a lot of new things from your presentation like that they got their funding from the Warner brothers and it was a free concert because they had filmed it and that that was how Jimmy Hendrix became famous! One thing I noticed was the speaking was not very equal between the two of you.

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