Presentation on theme: "Part Seven Present Your Knowledge to Others. Convert your Knowledge into Action Once you have completed your independent research, you will need to select."— Presentation transcript:
Convert your Knowledge into Action Once you have completed your independent research, you will need to select one of the following projects to demonstrate your knowledge of the topic.
How to Get Started Choose one of the following project ideas and follow the steps that have been provided.
Presentation Projects Choose One Prepare a PowerPoint Design a Timeline Create a Poster Build a Game Write a Skit Construct a Newspaper Participate in a Debate
Make a Poster Basic Steps 1. Select a Specific Topic for Your Theme 2. List Three Sources for Your Information 3. Collect Three Pages of Notes about Your Topic 4. Create Illustrations/Visuals to Highlight Your Ideas5. Organize Your Content and Visuals 6. Mount all Content on Colorful Backgrounds and Glue on Poster 7. All Titles and Headings Should be Computer Font Generated 8. Your Final Poster Must be Neat and Communicate Clearly
Create a PowerPoint Basic Steps 1. Select a Specific Topic as Your Theme 2. List Three Sources for Your Information 3. Collect Three Pages of Notes 4. Identify 6-8 Illustrations Related to Your Theme(cut/paste) 5. Organize Your Slides into Main Points for your Presentation 6. Add Titles and Content to all Slides 7. Include a Title Page 8. Use a Minimum of ten Slides for Your Presentation
Construct a Newspaper Front Page 1. Select a Theme for Your Newspaper Stories 2. Create an Appropriate Name for Your Paper and Add Headings 3. Research Important Events and Collect Notes(2-3 pages) 4. Use the 5 W’s to Write 5-7 Articles Using Your Notes 5. Type Your Articles and Glue to Colorful, Mounted Backgrounds 6. Use Your Imagination to Create Dear Abby, Sports, Editorial Articles 7. Use Accurate Measurements and Neatness for Your Layout
Design a Colorful Timeline 1. Research Your Topic Using at Least 3 Sources 2. Collect a Minimum of 3 Pages of Notes Regarding Your Topic 3. Identify 12 Important Events Related to Your Topic 4. Create Visual Symbols, Sketches, or Pictures to Illustrate each Event 5. Cut One Large Poster Board in Half and Tape the 2 Sections Together 6. Use the Landscape View of Your Poster to Display the 12 Events 7. Use Computer Font to Label Each Event Neatly 8. Illustrations Should Contain Some Color
Participate in a Debate 1. Identify a Controversial Issue Related to the Topic 2. Select at Least Three Reliable Sources of Information 3. Collect Three or More Pages of Notes 4. Organize Your Information and Create an Outline 5. Work with Your Team Mate to Divide Areas of Specialization 6. Identify Arguments on the Other Side of the Issue 7. Prepare Points and Facts to Use for Your Rebuttal(one page) 8. Prepare Your Opening and Closing Statements(one page each)
Create a Collection of Graphs 1. Research Your Topic by Using at Least 3 Sources 2. Identify 3 Major Points That are Supported By Your Sources 3. Find Graphs That Display Information About Your Topic 4. Construct a Bar Graph, Circle Graph and Line Graph About the Topic 5. Use Measurement Tools to Ensure Uniformity and Accuracy 6. Create a 11x8.5 Title Page for Your Graphs 7. Label Each Graph Clearly 8. Use Colors to Enhance Your Graphs
Write and Present a Skit 1. Identify an Important Theme Related to the Topic 2. Research Your Theme by consulting at least 3 Sources 3. Collect Information With at Least 3 Pages of Notes 4. Use Your Knowledge of the Topic to Write a Skit 5. Have Your Team Brainstorm Ideas for the Skit 6. Assign Roles and Create a Script for Each Member of the Cast 7. Construct any Props or Costumes to be Used 8. Practice Your Skit
Build a Game Basic Steps 1. Select a Topic as a Theme for Your Game 2. Collect Information About Your Topic(3 pages of notes) 3. Decide If You Will Use Action Cards/Question Cards/Game board 4. Write a Rough Draft of Your Content for Cards/Board, etc. 5. Write Specific, Step by Step Directions for the Game 6. Teach the Game to 2 or 3 Players and Have a Trial run
Create a Cartoon Strip 1. Conduct Research of Your Topic Using at Least 3 Sources 2. Collect a Minimum of 3 Pages of Notes 3. Brainstorm Possible Visual Stories You Could Use 4. Create a Story Board to List Your Ideas for Each Frame 5. Illustrate Your Story With at Least Four Story Frames 6. Add a Title for Your Cartoon Strip 7. Use Color and Careful Printing for Your Dialogue Bubbles
Common Core Curriculum Standards Production and distribution of writing Use technology, including the internet, to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products in response to ongoing feedback, including new arguments or information.
Publish Your Product Present your project and your essay to your classroom. Use sites.google.com to publish and share your project and your essay. https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?s ervice=jotspot&passive=1209600&continue= https%3A%2F%2Fsites.google.com%2F&foll owup=https%3A%2F%2Fsites.google.com%2 F https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?s ervice=jotspot&passive=1209600&continue= https%3A%2F%2Fsites.google.com%2F&foll owup=https%3A%2F%2Fsites.google.com%2 F
Common Core Curriculum Standard Speaking and Listening Plan/Speak/Present: Compose (gather and organize) and orally deliver short and longer(presentations) for different purposes and audiences, drawing from a range of digital media to enhance the message or intent.
Review and Evaluate As your peers present their projects, be prepared to ask the following questions: 1. Is the main point of the project clear and easy to understand? 2. Does the evidence presented support the main ideas? 3.Were the sources used for information reliable and trustworthy?