If there was one thing I wanted to see from this project, it would most likely be the original prototype being completed and built upon. I really like the way that it has been initially designed, so I hope to see it be completed in a way that is similar to the first version.
Many parents will be coming to this exhibition to support their children, so there will be lots of feedback from them. I hope to hear them be supportive of what we’ve worked long and hard to make, and I also would like to hear some ideas for improvement. Then there is also the possibility that a sociology professor might come in and look around. Hopefully they can give feedback on what we can do to make our essays/papers better in the future, and possibly symbolism in our masks too.
To present information to an audience, you must not mislead them with incorrect information. To ensure that we do not make this mistake, we can make sure that whenever someone is unsure of a piece of information, we can acquire an explanation from a book or article that can help us immensely.