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Group 1 Ligia Halvorsen Ivan Soto June 7, 2010 EBS 016-017 G ROUP COMMENTARY The group began with four members, one woman and three men: Ligia, Orlando, Ivan, and Azize. The assignment was difficult, but interesting. One thinks that, what made it much more difficult was the fact that nobody could agree on nothing, excessive amount of time was spent only on disclosing the story the lady or the tiger, and not enough productivity. Differences of characters were clashing between everyone on the group. It doesn’t help when the persons are much too laid-back not enough energy to finish an assignment also when one person in the group thinks is the chief exposing thoughts, as to say see I know, and every one must follow the lead, whether wright or wrong. Towards the end each one in the group decided, to go on different directions and from this group, two departed to one side and the other two to the other. Discussing in group about the story the lady or the tiger was intended to better understand not just the story, but also ourselves, and get to know each other a little better.
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