From day 1, we were given a packet. In the packet we were going to read stories and analyze them and make reflections. The stories had different categories of the Labor Question. There was child labor and gender inequality. There were maybe 16 stories and we were given two weeks to come up with arguments, questions and then debate about them in class. Once we finished the packet, we were given another packet. These had more stories and after we analyzed these and cam cup with more arguments we got into small groups, came up with arguments and had a debate with other groups. Then we had to write a 1 to 2 page essay on the Labor Questions as a test. The next part of this project were the podcasts. We were given big yellow pieces of paper with different labor questions on them. Then the class walked around putting questions and comments on the different pieces of papers. Then we were told to stand by the labor we liked the most. The kids who liked the same question were in groups. Each group had to make a slide show and their question. My group focused the problems of economic inequality. In the slide show, we talked about gender inequality, background inequality, gini coefficient scales, and other charts. After we finished the slide shows and presented, we all were given sticky notes. And with these sticky notes we wrote what we wanted to do for a podcast. After that we listened to a few podcasts, and figured out what actually makes a good podcast. Then each group had to have interviews and several minutes of good information talking about what ever topic they had. Finally we had to put it on Soundcloud, send it Sara, and present it at our exhibition.