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Display of Projects

Create a display to explain the concepts we have worked with this semester. One of the aspects of the project will be an interview of you explaining the project, what you did, how you did it and what you learned.



  1. The display should be either in a paper box or on a heavy paper board
  2. The display should include data you have gathered
  3. The audience is students and teachers in the school
  4. The display may also be used to show potential students
  5. The display should be carefully crafted, and have some attention to detail
  6. The display should explain the concept we covered in the project
  7. The display should include photos if available
  8. The display should include physical artifacts from doing the project



Here is a link to the photos - http://flickr.com/search/?q=710&w=13559856%40N00

The photos are set to be downloaded only by contacts, so if you aren't a contact, you will have to speak with Mr. Connors. Not all the photos are uploaded, so if you don't see what you want, speak up.


The Video

In the video you will discuss the project and refer to the display you have made. The video is primarily about the work you have done, so it does not need to include your face. Your hands will likely be in the video as you point to and refer to your display. The video will be used to show future students in this school and other schools. It will probably also be used to show other teachers of the class what the projects are about.


Questions to include in your display- All text should be on your wiki:

  1. What was the project?
  2. What were the concepts?
  3. What did you create?
  4. How do these concepts apply to the real world?
  5. Who worked on it?
  6. What did you like about the project?

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