1. Selecting aTopic
Students find a local issue of interest to research andgenerate questions to guide their research.
Find information, pictures etc. from at least four of thefollowing secondary sources:
Videos, slides, etc.
Writing letters to government agencies,companies etc.From at least one primary source below:
interviewing people knowledgeable about thetopic
writing letters to government agencies,companies, organizations
3. Research -taking notes
Take notes (own words or - where necessary -quotations) to answer your questions.
4. Feedback round
Organize your information (notes, pictures, artifacts,etc.), be ready to present these and to use the feedbackto improve your progress.
5. First draft
Write first draft including an introduction and concludingparagraph.
What is the topic / problem and how does it link to the theme Sharing the Planet?
What are the different perspectives / opinions?
What is my suggestion for solving this issue?
6. Plan yourstandingdisplay
Make a detailed plan of how you will present yourExhibition project. Your plan should include the following:
What form it will take
Materials needed for the information
A sketch of what it will look like
7. Begin work on your actioncomponent
Start to put your project including action componenttogether. You have __________ days until your project isdue.
After conferencing with your teacher or mentor, reviseyour first draft.
Write notes and practice oral presentation withparents at home and peers in school.(include displayand action)
I understand the timeline and will keep to schedule / monitor the progress: