Vegetarian Post #25
Okay so for this blog post I'll be addressing the questions asked by my teacher about 20Time.
1. Overall, what is your opinion of 20 Time based on YOUR experience in class?
2. What are some aspects of 20 Time that you think should be adjusted for students next year?
The biggest problem that I had with 20Time was the speech at the end of the year. I'm terrible at public speaking and I would do anything to avoid. So that is what I would have changed about the project. I would have preferred it to be more presentation style.
3. What are some aspects of 20 Time that should NOT be changed for students next year?
Personally, i loved the freedom given to us when presented with the project. That is one thing that cannot be changed. if boundaries were put up, there would almost be no point to 20Time. And i think the blog post must stay the same because they gave me the incentive to stick to my project and do things.I didn't want to blog that I had done nothing over the week, so they were effective in motivating me.
4. Is 20 Time something that more students should do in school? Please explain why or why not.
I think that more schools should defiantly give 20Time a try because it a chance for kids to follow a passion, or try something new, when they wouldn't have the time for it on their own. For me, the project allowed me to try something completely foreign, and attempt to succeed at it.
5. What advice would you give to students who are doing 20 Time next year?
My advice to the students would be pick something that you either love, or something that you've always wanted to do. That way you stay motivated throughout the year.I struggled to stay motivated, which I don't want to happen to other kids.
So this is my last blog post! And I wanted to discuss me either continuing vegetarianism, or not. I think that I can defiantly reduce my meat intake, and return to my carnivorous ways. Doing that, I can still stick to my reasons for choosing this in the first place. I can still be animal friendly, and any effort makes less of an impact on the environment, and is still healthy. But I don't think that I will be continuing with vegetarianism full time. I'm very glad to have had the experience, and the chance to learn about myself through it.