I chose communicators for Civics, because in civics I would usually talk to my friends during group works, about what we should do. Though I don't really communicate that often with my friends, I find that I am more then a communicator, then a thinker in civics.
What we did in Civics this quarter was learning about the UUD 1945. We began by learning about how the Indonesian government was formed, what a constitution is, and all about the history of the Indonesian constitution. Then when it began to become December, we began learning about constitutional deviations. A deviation basically is if someone or something violates the law, giving an after effect from his actions. The debate we had to do was about these deviations. The debate was about corruption. There was a support, and attack group. I was placed in the support group which became very hard for me because I usually hate corruption. My group consisted out of Olivia, Fernandez, and me. We had a lot of difficulties because we don't really know how to support a corrupter. Therefore our debate didn't really ran that well. A thing I want to improve next time is to research more information about the corrupter, so that I could at least find some facts to support him, and also to start earlier because most of my work was done a day before the debate.