WEEK 4 Journal: Reflection on Presentation

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Being the first group to present this semester was a challenge:

  1. We had only one week to prepare
  2. We had no idea what was the standard of the class
  3. We were quite busy at that time and it was pretty difficult to arrange a meeting for all of us to meet
  4. We were new faces to each other. We were lucky that we could work together immediately despite we just knew each other.


And after overcoming those challenges, we are satisfied and happy with our presentation. Some of the good points about our presentation are:

  1. Well-planned flow
  2. 80% original pictures
  3. Organized slides
  4. The use of different ‘props’: banana, jasmine air freshener, candies, 360Degree Video, in order to bring a more real experience of the temple.
  5. Interaction with audience (quiz)


However, there are parts in which we can improve:

  1. More formal attire for presentation would be good, e.g. blazer, shirt
  2. Wearing the same color as a team
  3. Time-management and more thorough content selection. We did our presentation more than 20 minutes and we might have done better with more practices.


Overall, that was a precious experience 🙂 and personally, that was my best presentation so far.

For the rest of the class, always do your best 😉 if you have the time to improve on whatever you are doing, just improve it :).

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PS: we went to this Buddha Tooth Relic Temple as well! it’s so grannddddd

[Week 1 Journal] What Type of Learner Are You?

So, I took the test first, and my best intelligence is Kinesthetic. Here is the order:

  1. Kinesthetic
  2. Intrapersonal
  3. Linguistic
  4. Interpersonal
  5. Logical

The five intelligences are more than 60% of the the chart, and it is surprising that, despite being an artist wannabe, my visual intelligence is not my strongest.

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However, I do still think that I am a visual+kinesthetic learner in real life. And i’m definitely not an auditory learner because listening to online lecture only without writing anything/looking at a moving lecturer is totally boring. I will doze off or get distracted.