Open Letter To People Who Take Over Group Projects



Isabella Floyd (10) and Ada Le (10) argue on how they should complete the project that is due in a few days.

Keigan Tucker, Staff Reporter

Dear People Who Take Over Group Projects,

Who do you think you are to assume you can just take over the group project? You do not know what you are doing anymore than anyone else so what makes you special to take over our group, then blame everyone else when your grade drops. If you do not know what you are doing, do not take control. The whole point of it being a group project is to work as a group, not for you to dictate what everyone has to do, giving yourself the easiest job. Also, ask for help when you need it, and when someone else has an idea or actually knows what they are doing please, please, please, let them talk. We do not want our grades to drop because you are a control freak. When you mess up, do not even try blaming it on everyone else. If you want to take control, you take the responsibility of the grade. We do not need someone whose grade is worse than ours telling us what to do. Also, how can you complain everyday about how you do not know what is going on in class, but then as soon as we start the project, you suddenly are the smartest person in the room. In order to have a good project, you have to have good communication. Do not just start doing everything and then not explaining what is going on. Please take this advice and control yourself not those in your group, thank you. 


Those who are done being controlled in a group by you