One of the most important part of a proposal is the EPOC (Electronic Proof of Concept). This is what really gives the idea and assurance while proposing an idea.
Having read the peer reviews of my fellow colleagues, I got a better idea of the shortcomings of my presentation. Though it was difficult to talk about everything in under 3 minutes, it was still something that I should have been able to squeeze in through the proper management of the given 3 minutes.
This Wednesday we had to pitch our ideas for our first assignment for New Directions in Narratives. I was rather nervous when I gave my presentation as the idea I pitched was a little unconventional and I couldn’t put forth every aspect of it the way I wanted to in the 3 mins that were allotted and that is something I definitely need to work on. There were a lot of other students who pitched their ideas as well and we had to peer review some of them. So here is my feedback for my classmates in my group:
Thinking all week about what to do for ‘New Directions in Narrative’, a subject in my media course, I decided to take a u-turn on the concept.
Coming up with something for New Direction in Narrative can be rather daunting.
But what I have decided to work on for this subject, is something I have been trying to develop for a very long time, but haven’t gotten around to doing it.