Artifact 2 - Cordero Mobley Younghans COM 110 Sec 075...

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Cordero Mobley Younghans - COM 110, Sec. # 075 November 3, 2005 Artifact #2 Group Presentation Self Evaluation After being assigned the group presentation, I longed for November 2 to arrive, knowing that I would be done with the most dreadful assignment that I am yet to encounter as an ISU student. I was sure that the assignment would be a horrible experience; however, despite my negative, expectations of the situation, there did seem to one positive aspect of the group presentation. The most positive aspect of my group experience had to be the fact that there was not any conflict about ideas. There was not one time that I suggested an idea and heard any feedback regarding a better idea or opposition to something that I proposed. Pretty much, anything that I said my group members backed and supported without complaint. For example, I knew that the basic presentation was going to be, for most groups, the standard, mostly boring, “talk show.”
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