A learning and sharing blog for English 367 at 10 a.m. at OSU-Marion.
I liked the Video you guys showed us. I did not know that Roosevelt didnt put his right hand on the bible when he was sworn in. Very interesting presentation Good Job Girls=)
I really liked that you chose something really different than everybody else. I also learned that roosevelt didnt put his hand on the bible. I liked the handout as well.
I also liked the way you chose a street, that was pretty unique. I didn't know about Roosevelt not using a bible when being sworn in either or that he was the first and only to have done that.
Choosing a street to talk about was very unique and very interesting to learn about. You definitely kept me interested in your topic and all the facts you had to share. I liked how you talked about Roosevelt and also other presidents and individuals in office that were connected with the house and street. Great ideas and great presentation!
I liked your unique choice of chosing a street for your presentation. I also liked the film showing Roosevelt being sworn into office; I never knew that he never had his hand on the bible being sworn in.
I am glad that you guys picked something different, in all honesty I knew nothing about the street but I found it interesting to find out all the important things that happen there. I liked the video given and thought you guys did a good job speaking. Good presentation.
I liked the video you used and i liked that you picked something different than others. You guys did very good and it was a good topic!
I liked you choice of topic. It was very unique. There is so much history and meaning in one street. I also enjoyed the movie.
The video was good. I liked the fact that you explained about the inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt and the fact that a bible was never used.
I loved how your topic was different from all the rest. It was neat how you guys talked about a lot of places on that road and not just one. Great presentation!
i loved how you did a street! the presentation was great and i like how you compared the place to things in history.