Discuss any disappointments or unexpected surprises (positive or negative), how these made you feel, how you reacted, and how you will move forward.

Remember to REFLECT on the experience. You should critically evaluate YOUR behavior, thoughts, and feelings. Do not simply state your frustrations. Work through the factors involved and YOUR contribution to these. Provide strategies regarding your future behavior.
Don’t write “cold”. Formulate an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Use an outline if necessary. Remember you need a thesis and support for the thesis.
You are at about the midpoint of the class, you have recently completed your first class presentation and received some feedback (from classmates and the instructor). You may have felt disappointed that your project/presentation was not as well-received as you hoped. You might even have to fully retool your study. You might feel like all your work to date has been for naught. You might even feel like you have been left adrift without a map. Please reflect on your presentation experience. Discuss any disappointments or unexpected surprises (positive or negative), how these made you feel, how you reacted, and how you will move forward. Please remember to reflect, not relate.