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What was your goal and what were the roadblocks? What resources did you have?

i played for witness number 3, beisde that u can make up the process about the trail. The Planning Stage: Were you able to plan well? What were your strengths? What were the hurdles? What could you do better in the future? The Trial Stage: Did you feel well prepared sitting against your opponent team? How did you feel emotionally? Were you able to put your point across? How was communication between the teams? The Decision: Was it favorable? Were you able to get justice for your client? /Were you able to take a decision based on all the evidence provided to you? Did you miss on any key legal issues? What will you do next time?

Key takeaways While the plaintiff and defendant team will reflect upon the issue of preparedness and justice for their client, the judges will reflect upon their preparedness and award. The observers will discuss what the teams should have done and what they did. Further, the observers will discuss their learnings and key takeaways. The Reflection will follow the ORID Model of reflection on all your learning and takeaways from the Mock Trial Experience. Read further to understand what is the “ORID” model of writing.

The purpose of this analysis is to provide you with the opportunity to critically examine your learnings and experience from the arbitration simulation. The reflection should follow the ORID model of reflection. It needs to have these four headers: Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, and Decisional. In other words, your analysis should include four levels that will encourage critical thinking and offer a guide to processing your experience.

Try to thoroughly answer the questions and provide examples where needed. A. Objective This part of your analysis will include descriptions of your real experience: What were your learning objectives? What was your goal and what were the roadblocks? What resources did you have? This part will be about information- key facts etc. and will be like the topic/thesis statement for your reflection B. Reflective This part of your analysis will focus on how you felt or interpreted your experience. Please provide a context for these feelings by providing examples from your experience. How did you feel at the beginning of your experience? Enlightened? Confused? Amazed? Stressed?

Uncertain? What was the most enjoyable/frustrating part of the experience? What went well, what did not? Mistakes and reflections and those mistakes? C. Interpretive This part of your analysis will focus on what you learned from your experience. What did you learn? Why? Why not? What did you think about it? Did your experience make you change the way you thought about the particular issue? What worked, what didnt? Why was your experience important?