The second class of our understanding outcome presentations was equally as interactive and engaging as the first. The groups that presented had a good balance of explanation of their chosen outcome(s) and active participation for us the learners. Two of the groups used the concept of puzzle pieces to bring their outcome(s) to life and to demonstrate how we are all a part of a larger community and somehow we all fit together. This would be a great activity to do with a younger grade at the beginning of the school year. The third group had us work through a situation where both sides needed to be satisfied in the end. This activity might be a bit too challenging for their outcome(s) grade level, which was grade 2. All in all, these presentations were a nice way to gain a further understanding of the various social studies outcomes we will be teaching in the immediate/near future.