Even though I was absent for Thursday's presentations, I still got tastes of tour guides A and B. On Thursday, I went on a field trip to Northwood University and I got tour guide A. The tour guide showed us around but nothing more. Occasionally she would ask "Any questions? Okay, moving on." She would walk backwards and frontwards, while her voice would fade in and out. I only received half of the information. Then, on Friday, I drove to Allendale and looked at Grand Valley State University. This time I had tour guide B. She spoke in a clear voice, gave us history lessons about the university, and spoke to us individually during break times. It made the investigation of Grand Valley much more welcoming and memorable. Different attributes of tour guides greatly impact the audience. I saw examples of great and weak tour guides inside and outside the classroom.