The presentations were very entertaining as students used all their skills of persuasion to convince the teacher that they were the best table. We had a rap, hyperbole, and some (outrageous) claims about the prowess of various group members. We had appeals to the value of creativity, academic smarts, sporting achievements, listening skills, teamwork and manners.
We had some table banging to emphasise points and some excellent verbal expression as students passionately presented their cases for excellence. I was very impressed with the many "sizzling starts" I heard as students applied the skills we've been learning about when presenting their oral persuasive arguments.
The best table is.......the one that met the assessment criteria best! Well argued boys.