This is “Appendix B: Critique of Formal Campus or Community Gathering”, section 12.7 from the book An Introduction to Group Communication (v. 0.0).
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STUDENT’S NAME: __________________________________
I attended a meeting/event of this group: __________________________________
on this date: _________________________ at this location: __________________________________
from ___________ a.m./p.m. to ___________ a.m./p.m.
My Employee Contact was: __________________________________ (Phone): _______________
The subject of the meeting/event was: __________________________________
The purpose of the meeting/event was: __________________________________
Name of the person leading the meeting/event: __________________________________
The person’s title within the group (e.g., president, chair, etc.): __________________________________
The person’s title at our college: __________________________________
At what time was the meeting/event scheduled to begin? __________________________________
At what time did the meeting/event begin? __________________________________
At what time was the meeting/event scheduled to end? __________________________________
At what time did the meeting/event end? __________________________________
Was an agenda used at the meeting/event? ______ YES ______ NO
[If an agenda was used, please attach a copy to this form]
How many people attended the meeting/event? __________________________________
What main topic(s) was/were discussed at the meeting/event? __________________________________
If the group made any decisions, please list them here:
What method(s) did the group use to make its decision(s)?:
______ Voice vote ______ Written voting ______ Consensus (“We all agree that XYZ”)
______ Other: __________________________________
______ Unsure of method
What particularly effective words, actions, stories, examples, or arguments stick in your mind from the event/activity?
Please place an “X” on the following scales to show your evaluation of the meeting/event:
Boring |______|______|______|______|______| Fascinating
Chaotic |______|______|______|______|______|| Well-Organized
Unintelligible |______|______|______|______|______| Clear / Easy to Understand
Routine |______|______|______|______|______| Controversial
The event/activity could have been improved by...
This is what I learned from the meeting/event that will make me a better student, employee, or citizen:
Other comments about the meeting/event: