Concept Reviews

***NOTE: Not all teams have ALL the concepts, so I’m going off of those who had those certain concepts***

Guttenberg’s printing press:

Cultural Impact: I really felt like the Bulldogs definition was really explained well and detailed. They seemed to have a very good idea on the concept and worded everything really well, also making it easy to understand.

Social Impact: Team Fall described this easily and well. They were able to define it without having to go too in depth yet we still get a good idea on the meaning.

Political Impact: The Bulldogs explained this well and also using a good example with the internet and explaining why.

Academic Impact: Sexy 6 had a good definition of the academic impact. Shorter, but to the point, and explained very well.

Economic Impact: Team Fall had a good definition that seemed to make sense when reading. Though the other teams explained it in a similar way, Team Fall has just a little more there in detail.

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5 Responses so far »

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    katherinehwoods said,

    I completely agree with you Sarah except I think that ThePandasBlog did a better deffinition of Cultural Impact and gave a really good example that was up to date and really relatable.

  2. 2

    rockyoyole said,

    I looked back and can agree with what you said on the Pandas blog for Cultural Impact

  3. 3

    kristinmarq said,

    Yeah those are all really good. I like their examples too.

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    hinchea said,

    I think I agree with what was said here, but I really liked Team Fall’s definition and example of Political Impact. It (like Katherine said for Pandas) gave a very relevant, up to date example that made it very clear.

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    arienbecker said,

    I agree with Eric, team fall did a great job of making it short and to the point. The examples are all strong.


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