This is our class blog for English 110 at The Ohio State University branch campus in Marion, Ohio.
I didn't realize how much symbolism there was to the Statue of Liberty. You guys did a good job of explaining what the statue represents to people all over the world. The video you chose went along with your presentation very well.
I didn't know that ever part of the statue had a meaning, like the 7 spikes representing the 7 seas and 7 continents, or that her right foot was raised to represent moving forward. The presentation was smooth and well planned out. All of you seemed confident while speaking.
Great job girls!!! I had no clue about how everything on the statue of liberty represented something but it was awesome to find out. You were all great at speaking and presenting the project.
Your group had a great slide design! very easy to follow and understand, and you were very creative. I liked your presentation and ACTUALLY learned something new from it!
I never knew about the meaning of the seven spikes, or that there were broken shackles around the statue's feet. I liked how you set your slides up. They showed what you were saying very well.
The amount of symbols that are in the statue are just staguring. How you explained each one and how it was thought out to be that way was good.
I enjoyed learning about all the meanings associated with the Statue. The slides were really well organized and contributed greatly. Members knew their stuff and spoke confidently.
You guys really explained the symbolism behind The Statue of Liberty and what it meant to America. Your presentation was very informational..very nice!
You guys did an excellent job! Your presentation way very informative. I had no idea that every detail of the statue meant something so important to America.
I loved how you guys were able to represent the Statue of Liberty using different morals/messages. The presentation was clear voiced and not hard to follow. Unfortunately I have never been to the Statue of Liberty..
Great job, I thought the Statue of Liberty had one symbolic meaning, but the monument actually has multiple meanings. The quote you gave seemed to fit your presentation nicely.
what a great topic to cover, a symbol of Freedom throughout the world, not to mention all the facts you were able to ramble off to us, I had no idea each part meant something, good job.