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Presentation 1... - Vox Audita Perrit, Literra Scripta Manet....
The heard word is lost, the written letter remains...
normandie_m
normandie_m
Presentation 1...
...went alright. I'm hanging out for your critique, Julie. I honestly think that I probably went through it too quickly. I wish I'd had my powerpoint presentation with me as well. :p The whole point of it was so that I could slow down a little! What else....well, I fucked up my facts a little and I was convinced that at the end of the presentation there that my lecturer Libby Connors was going to crush me to dust with her fist. She really scares me sometimes. o.o Chris's was alot better than mine...he went into more detail even if his speaking style wasn't so good.

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Pshew, glad I got that out!
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From: sekhet_hetepet Date: October 23rd, 2003 05:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
Firstly and foremost I think what needs to be said is that PM Hughes did not bring in the War Precautions Act, it was put into place by the PM before him as soon as war was declared (PM Fisher, I think) I'm not sure, Amy will be able to confirm that one.

You did a good presentation, spoke clearly and everything (although, when you are going to do a presentation, make sure your hair is out of your face permanently because it was getting annoying that you kept brushing it out of the way).

Fact wise, I honestly don't know much about the situation and basically just found that although he was a prominant figure during WW1 you seemed to focus a little to much on the role of Mannix.

Other than that you did a good job. You had a thesis and you projected it. The problem with Libby, is that she is one of those who likes to be agreed with. If you have a different view on things, you really have to go out of your way to prove it.

I think she want the politics of it all to be focused on. Why they were deemed disloyal? What does that mean? Why the Irish more than others?

But I still think you did a good job. You had your question and you answered it in your own interpretation.
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