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Always Do the Reading
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend because you become aware of who your classmates are through the curriculum open to let groups choose their presentation topic of the chapter. Your classmates will more often than not choose a topic that will interest them, and you learn what kind of topics have their attention. You learn more about yourself by the way you convey and project your ideas or newfound skills through business. You put yourself in front of a crowd to present a business, concept, or goal and you realize that someone would've had to have done it before you in order for you to have a laptop today.
I learned how to treat my fellow classmates from class clowns to the most respectable with equal praise and how to give them all a chance. I learned that I could work with anyone from jocks, music enthusiasts, top shelf students, and average joes. I learned social ethics and how to be respected through what I did for the class rather than in class.
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Advice for students:
Do the presentation first within the first 3 days and then your paper the same day you finish making your presentation.