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Take 20: My Version

At CCCC, I made sure to pick up my copy of Take 20, Todd Taylor's documentary film about teaching writing. For those of you who don't have access to the DVD, you can watch the trailer to get an idea. The premise: take 22 writing teachers and ask each of them twenty questions about teaching writing. I wasn't one of the 22 people tapped to be interviewed in the film, so I decided to answer the questions and make my own movie. Enjoy:

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By the way, if you want to upload videos longer than ten minutes (YouTube's limit -- my movie is a little over sixteen minutes), DailyMotion gives you twenty minutes.

What presentation format is most conducive to your learning?

Reading a paper aloud (provided the presenter reads well and makes eye contact, paper is written *as a talk*)
34% (28 votes)
Speaking extemporaneously (provided there's a clear structure in the talk and the speaker doesn't go off topic)
40% (33 votes)
Poster presentation
1% (1 vote)
Discussion (couple of questions/prompts and/or visual aids/artifacts, then presentation time is allotted to group discussion)
25% (21 votes)
Total votes: 83
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