The first question was, "what are your thoughts about your exhibition problem?" I have many thoughts so far. My subject is litter, so there is a lot to think about, but my main thought is how to put a stop to it. I have thought of many ways to help, including making signs, cleaning up beaches and other public areas when I am there, and taking one day of the week and devoting one hour to cleaning up litter.
The second question was, "Explain your ideas in as much detail as possible. Include thoughts about why your problem is important to you, how you may solve it, what trips you could go on." I have many ideas of what we could do as a group to help stop people littering, many of them which I mentioned above. I also have to say that litter really means a lot to me, and I think it is a big problem that needs to be stopped.
One of the main field trips I would like to go on would be to go to a beach or park, and spend and hour or so just picking up rubbish, and maybe even putting up signs. It may be a bit complicated to do that though, because we woud have to know if it was allowed.
The next question was, "how will your group work together? What are your expectations of what people should do, act?" This is a bit of a hard question for me, because I think my group should always work together. So far, Daksha and I have not decided what each person will do, but I think it is a good idea to have seperate jobs as well as always working together.
The last question was, "do you have any concerns about the exhibition? What do you hope to improve?" I really don't have any concerns about the exhibition. I am really excited, but I know there will be things that will go wrong. Other than that, I really am not concerned.