[Glaslyn] Quest for the Flame

Scot and Michelle Henry henrycs at ix.netcom.com
Fri Jun 29 07:54:46 PDT 2001

Let me clarify.  Yes, I know it was posted as a contest and I understood the
rules.  My question was SHOULD it be a contest?  So I was wondering how much
discussion had been done to that end.  If it was discussed thoroughly and
everyone wanted a contest then great, let's make it a contest.  But if there
was no discussion, perhaps (if Lavina doesn't mind) there should be some.
My opinion as a teacher is that I'm disappointed that people have to be
bribed with winning something for learning.  I also think it's difficult to
choose a winner when people are teaching others about what they learned and
possibly hoping for discussion on it.  I also think worrying about people
judging a presentation means more attention is focused on presentation than
on group learning.
Our purpose in the SCA is learning, teaching and putting that knowledge to
use, but all too often we make it about getting something.

Just my two cents.


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>    Good Lords and Ladies I must concur with the idea that this is a
contest.  You must first present something for the Largesse box. The object
must fit into the box.   Good luck all
>                Kristian
> >
> Chivalry and Honor.......Those are things worth fighting and dying for
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