Sunny Side Up: Should in-class presentations be mandatory?

Sunny Side Up: Should in-class presentations be mandatory?
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A Tweet went viral saying public speeches can be rough on students with anxiety problems. Should in-class presentations be mandatory? Sunny Side Up starts right now! https://bit.ly/2pqd2Ko

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Thursday, September 20, 2018
Sunny Side Up: Should in-class presentations be mandatory?

On Thursday’s edition of “Sunny Side Up”:

A Tweet two weeks ago went viral saying “Stop forcing students to present in front of the class and give them a choice not to.”

The tweet had more than 407,000 likes and more 138,000 retweets.

Many people in the Twitter conversation say it is difficult for students with anxiety problems to give a presentation.

Question of the day:

Should in-class presentations be mandatory?

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