How to do a Great Project
Stop. Understand. What are you being asked to do? Make sure you’re really clear about what you are focusing on. If there’s something that isn’t clear or you don’t understand – ask!
Get Creative. Put on your creative thinking hat. Of all the clever things stored in your brain, what can you apply to this subject? Put it all down on paper. How about using a spider diagram?
Get with others and brainstorm. Discuss all your ideas with others. Agree together who’s doing what. What are you good at? What are the others good at? Think of ways you can help one another in doing your own projects.
Always keep a clear idea of what you’re doing. Use your ideas to make a plan. Consider time limits in your plan for everything you will need to do. Consider where you will need to go and what you will need to do to get the information you need.
Look for information. Places you might find useful information include websites, internet search engines, reference books, an encyclopaedia, magazine and newspaper articles, a dictionary or first-hand accounts from certain people. You will also need to make some notes as you find useful information.
6.Put It Together
Use the information. Check to make sure that all the information is true. You will then need to order the information according to the task. You will need to be careful to describe the information in your own words.
Reflect on and evaluate the overall work.
Present your project to your class.
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