I would suggest the lecturer use common, simpler examples in his power point. Let me explain:
This workshop are to help the student understand Thesis and Evidence in Argumentative Writing- it was like taking a literature class.
Ppt. slides were too wordy; simplifying the subjects used as examples and the statements used in his ppt presentation would help students understand the purpose and scope of the workshop and how to apply functions, purpose, and considerations when we write.
Fun Interactive activity done in workshop! Allowed us to learn the scope of the workshop by interacting with one another, not just sitting in a chair and listening to oral presentation/lecture. Words don't teach, experience does best! I found it not only very fun, but there were many cultures there that day! Japan, Korean, Taiwan, US, Hawai'i all together learning about one another through a fun activity!! Another great take away was everyone I interacted with, regardless of Eng. being a second language, from another country, or age difference... I learned from them, they learned from me, but most, most important as different as we discovered we each were... we all had one thing in common we shared laughter and we all love Hawai'i!! Laughter good for the human soul! Well done Kumu Pi'ikea.
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