Math Reflection

The website link I explored helped me learn about…

the history of most energetic measures of social life that ever lived.

The most interesting thing I learned was…

that during the twentieth century, Americans became the most energetic measurers of social life that ever lived. They measured everything that had been counted before, such as population and the size of the government’s territory and army. And they pioneered the measurement of facets of American life that had never been systematically counted before, such as crime, love, food, fun, religion, and work.

I think this is interesting because…

I have never knew that and it really caught my intrest.

One new question I have about this topic is…

why they never pioneered the measurement of facets of American life that had never been systematically counted before, such as crime, love, food, fun, religion, and work.

The math skills I used to understand the data in this website were…

data.

 

Mystery PechaKucha Reflection

This is my slideshow for my PechaKucha.

  • How do you think you did on your PechaKucha?

I think I did pretty well because I cleared all of the ideas. I think that there were some bumps in the road but I think I did pretty well over all. I may want to do some things differently next times but I am satisfied for what I did.

  • What specifically did you do well?

I believe that I did great on choosing the pictures. I think this because most of my pictures were very interesting, and I thought it really helped on what I was saying.

  • What specifically did you find most challenging about it?

I thought it was really hard to get the timing right because sometimes I said to much and sometimes I said to little which made me feel bad. So I chose to add more detail or  take out some to get my timing right. Also I thought it was really hard to get the right picture because most of them did not fit all of the screen.

  • How would you compare this presentation to your first PK book talk? (If this is your first PK book talk, don’t answer this question.)

I would compare both that I did better on saying more detailed information. But not all of the things I did were better on the second try. There were something I did better on the first book talk.

  • What will you do differently next time?

I would want to add a little more detail, get the timing more right and speak up. I really want to speak up because I felt like my voice was to small and that almost no one could hear me. And also I would want to make eye contact with the audience.