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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-13-2007, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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I spoke up in my tutorial (class) yesterday!


I'm so proud of myself. Whenever I usually speak up, my face tends to turn all red and I stumble over my words, but I didn't really have that happen this time. This is a 1st-year class Comparative Literature and a pretty small tutorial class (~15 people) so the TA had us go around and introduce ourselves and what program we're in and what we plan to do in university. This wasn't too bad b/c everybody was talking and the TA was really great, commenting and joking with everybody to relieve the tension around the room.

Then, the TA asked us a question and without thinking, I just spoke up and answered it. It was just a two-word answer but I actually didn't feel inhibited for once. I was so proud. This is a mostly oral class so I'm going to have my work cut out for me but I need some support guys! We're going to have to do discussions and perhaps presentations about the different literature we read in class (ie. Crime and Punishment , Faust)
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Congrats! Must have took a lot of courage. Keep it up and you will rack up the participation marks!
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Speak it like you mean it!! Good Job!
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Thats a great achievment. And the fact that it happened really early in the course (first class im assuming) is a great stepping stone
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Nice! That could really inspire me to do something the same with my early morning classes with my biology lecturer who asks questions all the time... and I could really outdo myself if I could just answer her question right without stuttering or sweating or shaking or feeling all that inhibited. Thanks for that motivation! Great job!

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well done...its usually when we wait before speaking...thinking...balancing...even if for one second, contemplating...then we've problems...in that one damned second a thousand thoughts cross our minds...to speak or not...or...or...BS. The spontaneous comments bring out the real talents in us.
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That is great!! Keep it up!

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