Project Proposal & Calendar

End of Spring 2013


Name:

Period:


Academic Strengths/Weaknesses

Strengths

- brainstorming

- planning out a project

- organized

- delegate

- working through a problem

- creative

- bring in from a lot of different sources

- work well with deadlines (flexible)

creative writing (Matt)

open minded with ideas (Colin)

planning (Brandon I)

brainstorming ideas (Aaron)

working alone (Steve)

creative (Steve G)

outlining (Andy)

tech (Brenden M)

ideas (Peter)

working under pressure (Rachel)

talking in front of a group (Harrison)

word choice (Kim)

organization (Haley)

broad picture (Sam)

grammar (Kendra)

organized (Kaitlin)

independent work (Courtney)

writing different ideas and pieces (Miranda)

detail oriented (Jake)

good ideas (Paddy)

putting in effort (Brandon M)

taking notes (Joe S)

working with food (Joe C)

persuasive and giving out information (Andrew)

staying on track (Trent)

What to work on...

- want to do it all myself

- procrastinating

- overestimating how much I can do in a certain amount of time

- work when I’m tired

- finishing a project well

- high expectations (sometimes too high)

spelling

procrastinate

waiting til last minute

sit down and type

time management

spelling while handwriting

meeting deadlines

procrastination

overwhelmed

mixing up priorities

empathetic

spelling

working with others

specific details to the whole

effort

using different sources

explaining thoughts

connecting those ideas

trouble staying focused

handwriting

deadlines

grammatical errors

meeting deadlines

creative writing / storytelling

get enough sleep - productivity

Project Proposal

Answer any three of the following questions.

What is your process for your project?

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____/5 conference with Ms. Kennett

____/5 conference with Ms. Kennett

____/5 conference with Ms. Kennett

____/100 total process points


Project Calendar

Long-term projects need an outline - a blueprint - to ensure success. Use the calendar below to map out deadlines, goals, and stages of your creating a final product.

If you prefer, write out the dates in a linear form.

29

FOYER FAIR

30

Framing your own Dystopia  

Proposal

1

IMC

2

Correspondence #1

3

iPads

6

iPads

7

Correspondence #2

8

IMC

9

Correspondence #3

10

iPads

13

Correspondence #4

iPads

14

15

Correspondence #5

computer lab  

16

computer lab

17

computer lab

20

Final Project DUE

computer lab

21

Final Project DUE

computer lab

22

Review for Final - collect all course materials

23

Read for Final

24

B PERIOD

FINAL EXAM  

27

No School

28

Senior Finals

29

Senior Finals

30

Senior Finals

31

Class Day!


Science Fiction

29

Start own science fiction

30

1 MAY

2

3

6

7

8

9

10

13

14

15

16

17

20

Final Project DUE

21

Final Project DUE

22

Review for Final

23

Review for Final

24

Senior Finals

27

Memorial Day

28

Senior Finals

(Read)

29

Senior Finals

(Read)

30

G PERIOD FINAL EXAM DAY

31

Class Day!