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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Today (May 4th 2011) on period 2 which's personal project lesson, Ms Liz came to the class and explained me about Personal Project Written Information and she used some illustrations and examples. She gave us the outline if my personal project written information which helps me a lot. She advised me to do each paragraph every week. Below, are the outlines:

Title Page:
Title of Project, I could change or update it
Word Count
School Name ad Year

Paragraph One 300-500 Words assesses Criterion B

  • What is the topic of your project?
  • Why did you choose this project?
  • Why are you interested in it personally?
  • What area if interaction are you focusing on and why?
  • What is the goal of your project- what are you trying to do/make?
  • What are your specifications for success?
Paragraph Two - 500 words assesses Criterion C
Research (the more, the better)
  • What research did you do to help you find out more about your project?
  • What were the different sources you used - internet, books, interviews, etc.?
  • Give some examples of what you found out from your research?
Paragraph Three - 500 words assesses Criterion D
Applying Information
  • How did you use this research?
  • How did this information relate to goal of your project?
  • How did you make/complete your product?
Paragraph Four - 500 words assesses Criterion E
Achieving your goal
  • Evaluate your goal/product against the specifications you have written
Paragraph Five - 500 words assesses Criterion F
  • How has this project developed your knowledge and understanding of the topic?
  • How has this project extend your knowledge and understanding of the area of interaction?
  • How has this developed your skills?
  • What are you going to do with this in the future?

Each paragraph, the word is no more than 500. (limited)

1 comment:

  1. Marcel, This is a fantastic way to record the steps you are taking as you complete your project. I am enjoying following your progress.

    Perhaps you could record a summary of what you have done and embed the recording into your blog.

    Well Done!