On the first day of class we were given a number, the number was the group number and the people we had to work with on the presentation. The group all got together and listened to what we had to do and topics that we could look into doing for the presentation. Before the Lecturer had even stopped talking about the presentation, one of the team was writing notes down on what we should do. There were 6 of us in the group each from a different course. We started to talk though the ideas we had and didn’t think the one that was suggested was a good one. I thought childhood obesity and the link with junk food was a good topic because there is an epidemic at moment. Everyone agreed however the person who wanted the other topic was a little upset that we did not want to do that.
We talked though all the points we wanted to put into our presentation and agreed we would do a section each go away and do more research on the topic and bring it to the next class. We helped each other and
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