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Fourth Quarter: 2. P6 Presentations or Videos? Due April 12 by 10 p.m.  

You’re creating projects, finalizing understanding, and prepping for class presentations. Which is more comfortable for you: a video presentation or an in-person classroom presentation? Why is this the best way?

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Posted by obriengl On 03 April, 2019 at 3:13 PM  20 Comments

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RandomBlog20 (Guest) said On 22 April, 2019 at 5:40 PM
I personally feel better when speaking in front of the class. I think it's more frightening but gets you better used to it. It used to scare me a lot but nowadays it does not bother me.  
Ms. O’Brien (Guest) said On 16 April, 2019 at 7:52 AM
Wow. I love that so many of you blogged on this topic.   
Cornhusker (Guest) said On 12 April, 2019 at 10:57 AM
I would be more comfortable doing an in-person class presentation, even though I get super nervous, I would do that over a video. I wouldn't like presenting a video because I personally don't like watching my self on the screen in front of the whole class.   
hotdogger42 (Guest) said On 11 April, 2019 at 7:17 PM
I would rather do a presentation in front of the class because I can add things as I am going as opposed to have the video being set and done. I can't really edit fast so if I were to try to edit at the last minute it would look very choppy and unprofessional. Some people might get nervous but I don't really have a problem. I might get scared at the beginning but my nerves will go away after a couple of seconds of talking.  
RandomBlog20 (Guest) said On 11 April, 2019 at 7:00 AM
I believe that a in-person presentation would be better because it would help us with any problems we have with public speaking. Another reason is technology might not work when you try to send it or make it. Finally i just suck at recording or making anything really.  
HeatMiser1 (Guest) said On 09 April, 2019 at 8:26 PM
I prefer doing a video instead of a presentation because you have an infinite amount of tries to get it perfect. On the other hand presenting live puts a tremendous amount of pressure on the presenter. Though, the embarrassment could still be as much in my case because I loathe watching a recording of myself.  
I_LOVE_NETFLIX (Guest) said On 08 April, 2019 at 10:15 PM
The answer to this question depends from person to person because not everyone likes the same things. For me, speaking in front of the class is fairly easy and doesn't require as much work as creating a video. I don't have a problem with speaking in front of others, and a presentation would be something that everyone is comfortable with.  
sunnyg1rl (Guest) said On 08 April, 2019 at 5:10 PM
I prefer speaking in front of the class. If I tape my presentation, I will have to watch myself present which is very nerve wracking. Even if presenting in front of class is nerve wracking, it is still much better than watching myself speak which allows me to only focus on everything bad about it.  
Pikmin123 (Guest) said On 08 April, 2019 at 1:49 PM
I much prefer to do a video rather than a presentation. I make stop motion movies, and I love seeing my creations come to life. I'm also very quiet and shy, so I would just have the video do all of the presenting.  
Yalikejaazzz? (Guest) said On 08 April, 2019 at 1:44 PM
I prefer to do a video, because I can work on it at home and use props that I don’t have access to at school. I can also be more creative with photoshop and editing softwares.  
Existent (Guest) said On 06 April, 2019 at 11:39 AM
I think that an in-person presentation is better than a video recording because I’ve always been pretty terrible at making videos. Plus, when it comes to public speaking and becoming more comfortable with that, making a video doesn’t bring that same apprehension that someone needs to overcome a public speaking fear. An in-person presentation can help the speaker get past a public speaking fear faster than video recording presentations would.   
churrosandtiaras (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 5:38 PM
I think that a presentation will be better because a lot of people get nervous when watching them in class. It is like looking in a mirror, you notice a lot of things you don't like but to others it is fine. One girl in a previous class ran out of the classroom when they needed to show her group's video because she was too embarrassed.   
Jewish Boy (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 1:52 PM
Its supposed to be Jewish Boy not Jewish Noy. Sorry.   
Jewish Noy (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 1:51 PM
I would personally do better with an in person presentation. The presentation would be easier to do since i could create a poster instead of making the video, loading it, sending it, and then having it not load. I also find it more fun to make a poster and present it instead of a video.  
DarrenEyesEYeBall (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 1:41 PM
I think presenting in person is easier than on a video. I think this because a video can get awkward and it could mess up the flow and also the class can get more engaged if it is in person.  
toad on a leaf (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 1:38 PM
I personally would rather do an in-class presentation. Even though I am uncomfortable with speaking in front of the class, I find it more uncomfortable to watch a video of myself speaking. Also, I feel that I would be scared my video presentation wouldn't be "perfect." If I did an in-class presentation, I would only have to do one presentation and then I would be done. As well as my previous reasons, the audio quality on my video presentation might be bad, but in an in-class presentation, all I would have to do is clear my throat and speak up.   
Ash Main (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 1:01 PM
I would personally prefer to present in front of the class. Even though I dislike presenting in front of the class I would much rather it than recording a video. If i were to do the video i would probably end up doing it over and over till its perfect.  
Not Jacob (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 12:56 PM
I like doing an in class presentation better than a video presentation. This is because I would be more stressed out making a video because I would feel like it has to be absolutely perfect.  
lol Rawr XD *nuzzles* (Guest) said On 05 April, 2019 at 8:41 AM
For me, it is easier to do an in class presentation. I like it more than a video because I can just get it over with at one time. Another reason is that if I did a video I would feel as if it needed to be absolutely perfect, but in a presentation I can just move on.  
Arequipa (Guest) said On 04 April, 2019 at 6:37 PM
I'm personally more comfortable with speaking in front of the class. I believe it's easier, even if it is slightly moire frightening. Presenting in class used to scare me, but after a while that's what I prefer to do.  
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