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DBMS Presentation by Class 10 Engineering Students 

Almost everyone agrees that student presentations benefit the presenter in significant ways. By doing presentations, students learn how to speak in front of a group, a broadly applicable professional skill.

They learn how to prepare material for public presentation, and practice (especially with feedback) improves their speaking skills. But those of us who have students do presentations in the class know there’s a downside—and that’s how the rest of the class responds to these presentations.

When the teacher talks, students more or less have to pay attention, at least some of the time, but when their classmates present, they can be comatose. Not only does this make it more difficult for the presenter, it means the students listening are not likely having any sort of learning experience.

It is appropriate for teachers to consider the learning potential of presentations, not just for the presenter, but for all students. That ensures that all 10E students attended, and with fewer evaluations to prepare, students could be expected to provide more detailed feedback.


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  1. Sandip Thapa

    Nice Work !!

  2. zoritoler imol

    Very efficiently written information. It will be valuable to anybody who usess it, including yours truly :). Keep doing what you are doing – can’r wait to read more posts.

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