Crit - An Architectural Student's Handbook (Architectural by Charles Doidge, Rachel Sara, Rosie White

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Performing on the day What would you guess was the number-one fear in life of the US population ... death perhaps? Wrong, it’s public speaking! So, if reviews are a form of public speaking, as they often are, it is no wonder that most of us find them a little nervewracking. In fact, according to one architect, public speaking is the best laxative! ’ Second year student of it on the day itself. Unfortunately most people assume public speaking is about instant humiliation; with all eyes on you, surely things can only go wrong.

In fact, according to one architect, public speaking is the best laxative! ’ Second year student of it on the day itself. Unfortunately most people assume public speaking is about instant humiliation; with all eyes on you, surely things can only go wrong. ‘Nerves can be a particular problem’ (see cartoon 14) in formal reviews. Few people are born presenters and, after years spent in the education system exercising your brain rather than your body and voice, it is unlikely that you will have had much practice.

You have to provide the substance for discussion. Nevertheless, this is an opportunity to express your ideas and learn from tutors and fellow students. You can take control, initiate discussion, contribute to the debate and ask for the advice you need. This is what is expected of you: • • • • • To give people an understanding of your work. ‘To be clear and interesting’ (see cartoon 5). To listen. To be open and responsive to learning. To contribute to discussion and debate. The rest of this guide describes your role in the review process in greater depth – in the end the review is what you make it.

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