Nozomi

Globalization: Exporting Education, International Marriage, Global Adoption

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8 Responses to Nozomi

  1. Marco says:

    I. Why most people choose the US and the UK to study abroad?
    II. What are the benefits of studying abroad?

  2. Janete says:

    Nozomi
    I liked your presentation.It was interesting and although you said that you had about 5 minutes of presentation, I thought that you had a lot to say about your topic.
    You told us about marriage with people from other countries. Do you have some statistics
    from some of the countries about the percentage of these marriages?
    I thought you spoke a little too quickly, maybe next time you could speak more slowly.

  3. tamaki says:

    Hi Nozomi,

    You also did good job with greta Prezi.

    As all we know the topic about Globalization is substantially huge, we need to specify the talking theme as precisely as possible. In your presentation, you enumerated several categories resulted from life style changing by Globalization. Although, it is still not clear how those categories are connected each other. In other words, perhaps you might need to mention why you picked up those phenomena instead of other problems or concerns related to Globalization?

    Your presentation was interesting, though. Using visual aid was quite helpful for understanding the complicated concept. Still I wanted to listen your motivation why you chose this topic and why those phenomena.

  4. Fatimah says:

    Hi Nazomi,

    You did a great job in your presentation, I liked it so much
    You also did a great job at managing time

    YOUR thesis statement was very clear

    I have a question for you

    Why did you choose these three to talk about, I I know that Globalization is a wide subject.
    Tell me why these three were satisfying for you

    THANKS

  5. Yosuke Aida says:

    Nozomi, you did a good job, you had much information about your topic. However, we know the general idea what globalization is. I did not see what you want to say by giving those information.

    Your organization was very clear, I like it.

    I want to ask you a question. I think that Japan is much behind in globalization because we are not so open, we do not like change. How do you think about it?

  6. Hang Le says:

    I like your presentation.
    People can adapt children from other countries. Do you think that people in these countries will dont have responsibility to their children?

  7. Ewelina says:

    Hi girl 🙂
    It was a real pleasure to listen to your presentation. Good points, clear message, excellent use of time and resources. Believe it or not, but you sounded very confident during your speech. It was nice to educate myself on globalization effect your three categories: international marriages, education and global adoption.
    Do you think that globalization equalizes opportunities in different areas for people from numerous countries?

  8. help2013rick says:

    Hi Nozomi,

    You gave a nice presentation! Thank you!

    – Nice citations in your presentation!
    – Nice Prezi !
    – I liked your examples about exporting education, international marriage, and global adoption.
    – Great timing! 8 minutes
    – I enjoyed learning about the “bride-poor ” rural areas of Japan.
    – I think it will help to have a clearer focus, and a little more organization of evidence for your ideas. And these ideas need to be clearly linked to your main thesis.
    – Great facts and figures! 585,000 students in 2008! 650,000 adoptions!

    These are just some complements and suggestions that I have for you.
    You did a great job! Thank you!

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