Submitted by HSGCLatisha on Wed, 06/04/2008 - 13:42
I would share my conclusions by comparing the advantages and disadvantages. I would do this because it is easier then reading a whole long paragraph and it gives people a better understanding of what your talking about.
I would share my evidence with others in teaching them what i learned.I am choosing this method to share my information with others because it would be easier and might be clear to them if i thought them what i learned rather than them finding the answers for themselves.
Submitted by HSGCShaquille on Wed, 06/04/2008 - 13:42
If I was a scientist I would share my evidence with others by creating a chart, and by saying a brief description of it. I would share this way because it seems easier to me and it would probably be easier for others to understand as well.
i am sharing my evidence with others by explaining it and presenting it with pictures and statistics. i am going to do it this way because it is easier to follow and understand my presentation if i had pictures.
Submitted by HSGCErnesto on Wed, 06/04/2008 - 13:42
The ways that I will share my evidence with classmates (others) is by asking questions to see if the have heard of the topic and what info.. do they know on the topic if in that case they don't know allot on the topic I will give them a summery on the topic. The reason that I choose to share my info.. this way is because my classmates will interact and be apart of my presentation and the will also share their knowledge with me and every one in this class
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