exercise 11 - Nick Gomez Communications 101-023 4/28/11...

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Nick Gomez Communications 101-023 4/28/11 Exercise # 11 I have found that the so-called “sugar test” applies to our group in a sense that all of our group was not present on the first day that we got together in class. Those of us that were present on the first day really had our concerns if the people that weren’t there were going to show up at all. However we did eventually add another person who came late which eliminated many of my own worries, but there was still one person that didn’t show. This one person that didn’t show definitely seemed as if he was going to be our group’s sugar. Sebastian Marx. Unfortunately for us, we all noticed that Sebastian rarely came to class and when he did he was usually pretty late compared to everyone else. I feel that he would be our sugar because we’re still not sure if we can depend on him to be there on a group day’s presentation. However, when he did show on the second day we got together in class, I realized that he could probably play a very vital role in our group as long as he showed up. After that
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Boise State.

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exercise 11 - Nick Gomez Communications 101-023 4/28/11...

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