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Choose one of your three creations to present to others.

If you are doing this inquiry as part of a inquiry group or class, present the creation you have chosen to the entire group. Introduce your presentation by describing your other two creations and explaining why you think this creation is the best way for you to present the information. The group should respond to each presentation with questions, suggestions, and other feedback.

If you are not doing this inquiry with a group, try to find at least one person who would be interested in your presentation, for example, a friend or family member, a band mate or music teacher, or, when relevant, perhaps a teacher and class in a different subject (for example, speech, drama, history, or social studies). (For more suggestions, see Inquiry into Music: Course Home.) Give a short explanation of what you are doing, show them the presentation, and then ask for feedback: Did they enjoy it? Did they understand it? What did they get out of it? Do they have questions? Do they have suggestions for making it more understandable or more enjoyable?