Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Lyndsey D

26 comments:

  1. I liked the "deep roots" idea of making the foundation for yourself.

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  2. Really great job I liked your pictures they went really well with your presentation! You also had some really great stories and you sounded very prepared and relaxed.

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  3. Lyndsey,
    You're presentation at first reminded me of a persuasive presentation. It was a cool idea and I think you did a great job of explaining how it it worked with you. Tying in where you lived as key factors of your nurturing was really cool and the old house sounds awesome :D I also liked the little lessons you learned and added in as a transition. i like your question "where will my memories take me?" It was really thought provoking and summed up your entire project.

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  4. Very good...even though you were nervous you were able to speak slowly and clearly. The picture were beautiful and different but tied in well with what you were talking about.

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  5. I really enjoyed the stories about your childhood the vividness of the house you guys stayed in reminded me a lot of my old houses too. You really got across your points well and had ease talking to us.

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  6. Loved all the different aspects of the lecture lyndsey. You really tied a lot of different lessons and examples into the lecture. I agreed with the 14 to 18 years being a developing stage and that you must learn from your mistakes.

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  7. I really loved this presentation and how honest you were and it was just a great theme of the roots and the "garden" and memories. It was put together very well!!!

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  8. Lyndsey, you have memories, your story reminds me a lot like mine. I came from a small town and know that my first footprints there. You seem to learn a lot from your memories. You seemed to say um a lot, but otherwise you did a great job. Nice bring in AP Psych.

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  9. I like your small pointers that are like life lessons with the gum under the table and calling your mom when your running late because I think we all know the situation so I like how you made it so we can relate to you.

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  10. Lyndsey, I really enjoyed your presentation, I liked the lessons part the best. Its true if you learn from your mistakes, you will become a better person, thats something we all know. Your a really nice person, and im glad i got to know you.

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  11. Your presentation felt really comfortable and was well done. your childhood stories were good and it felt like we were there with you in the "garden" and how we dream big as kids despite the reality of the situation, like the reality of building an underground house. I totally know what it's like to not have participated in school activities and sports etc.
    Great job!

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  12. I liked all of the ideas and how the pictures tied into that. Some of the memories were really good to tell us. When you talked about lessons learned, it would have been nice to know about some of them. I'm sure most of us know what you are talking about. Using the past to learn and move on in the future was a good theme to have. Good luck at CU!

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  13. I liked how you started the presentation and the style you used. It was interesting to see what you thought on Arapahoe.I like your thoughts on life and how it is made by choices.

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  15. Lynds,
    I loved all the stories you told and your power point pictures were great because they helped paint a picture.
    :]

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  16. You seemed very relaxed doing the lecture. The things you said about not knowing what you would be doing in ten years is relate able to most students.

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  18. Your stories about your old house are wonderful. The idea of not forgetting memories and past actions is a great idea to pursue. Great job.

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  19. I agree with Brandon, you did seem really comfortable in front of people. I see how much you have changed since elementary school, middle school, and freshman year. Your awesome Lyndsey...goooooooood luck in life!

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  20. I liked the theme of your presentation because memories are what make us and we all have so many great memories growing up. I loved the what a pity, Wyoming. Great presentation good luck at CU next year.

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  21. Lyndsey- I really liked how you hold old memories so close to your heart. I have know you since Newton and its weird to see how much everyone has changed. Good luck in Boulder you will have a lot of fun.

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  22. I liked the stories about Wapiti a lot, they really showed where you came from. I also really liked that you talked so much about the house you grew up in and that it holds memories for you. You have a really good outlook on the future, good job!

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  23. I liked your presentation because I caught my eye and your were not boring. I think people must learn from their mistakes too!

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  24. Lyndsey- great job. Also being born in wyoming I know what it is like to be imaginative because you have to make everything into something fun or else everything is boring. Have a great summer and life.
    Daniel Brus

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  25. I liked how you connected your experiences and growth in life to the roots of a tree, and the fact that even though you didn't do much at arapahoe you made your own memories and will remember it.

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  26. Lyndsey, your presentation was awesome, and I especially liked the part about wapiti, great job!!

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