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From: Leigh Light <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2012 17:06:42 -0500
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It has been recommended to me by a couple of experienced coaches that
it is best if no adults (no coach or historian) be present during the
teamís project presentation.  The stated reason is that the team
members sometimes look to the adults present for guidance, especially
if it is their first time, and that this behavior can negatively
affect their score.

Does anyone have a different opinion?

What about the Core Values and other sessions where the judges ask the
team questions?  Is it best that no adults be present for these as

This is the first time my team and I have participated in an FLL tournament.

Leigh Light

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