This week spent it all in workshop mode working on our pecha kucha projects. I enjoyed the project and had some fun doing it. I felt confident in my project even though I was a little nervous with how it'd turn out. I felt as if it turned well though. When working I had to try my absolute hardest to stay on task and improve my presentation more and more everyday. I watched nearly 5 TED Talks during this workshop week and the worst part was I didn't use any of them as my outside sources. I ended up using a quote from Abe Lincoln and an image that to me displayed the power of the electorate easily.
To me, the hardest part of this project was definitely knowing what to talk about and how to say what you want to. The images were also pretty hard because you needed them to match your point and get across what you're trying to say in an interesting way. The outside sources also weren't real easy. It was kinda of hard to find sources where you can easily display their beliefs and stand points on the topic. Then I decided to connect them to my book and that wasn't always the easiest. It's also hard when you're presenting to time your talking with the slides.