Small People As A Small Group

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Most people probably have the same basic definition for the term “small group.” That definition being a group of people comprising of three or more members. As for the maximum capacity that a small group holds, that all depends on the group itself. As long as everybody in the group has their voice heard, then the group can be as large as it wants. However, I would put a cap on the group capacity at around twenty individuals. Any number exceeding twenty people would no longer qualify the group as a small group. In regards to my current skill level in small groups, I find myself on both ends of the spectrum at times. I’m either gung-ho and doing all the work, or I’m that kid that lets others carry him to glory (glory in this case refers to an “A” on the assignment). I’m never the in-between kid who just does his part. When I’m comfortable in my small group and I know the people is when I go above and beyond. When my small group is comprised of people I don’t know that is usually when I sit back and don’t do anything. Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if I was one of those few people who actually gets fired from their small group in this class because I don’t know anyone, and as I said earlier, I don’t do well around people I’m not comfortable with. I’m hoping this doesn't happen, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it happens. Hopefully, as the semester progresses, I will get to know my small group better and be comfortable around them. I have some experience working in small
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