Final Project Instructions

Final Project Instructions

The topic for your Final Project can be anything covered in this course. Choose something that really interested you, something you would like to explore more fully, or something you might like to debate in class.

The product of your Final Project is up to you. You can write a paper, create a narrated PowerPoint or produce some other product that demonstrates your understanding of the subject you selected. Whatever option you choose, you must have at least three (3) properly cited references. (Note: a url, a link to a website, is not a proper citation.) Instructions for each option are detailed below.

· Write a Research Paper

· Create a Narrated PowerPoint.

· Other: Come up with any presentation method you like, but you MUST connect with your instructor to get approval. Some options to consider are Prezi, webcast, formal outline, audio recording, infographic, etc.

Your Final Project will be submitted in two parts. Part 1 in M12, and Part 2 in M14.

Instructions for each project option:

Write a Research Paper

Your assignment should be 4-5 pages long (excluding cover page, attachments, etc.), double-spaced, using 12-point font and 1-inch margins.

If your paper integrates information from published sources and/or you build on the work of others, you must be careful not to plagiarize. Please also see the rubric posted under the “Resources” tab in the main menu of the course for additional guidelines on grading.

Please note:  Your assignment must be submitted as a .doc or .docx file.  If you fail to do this, your instructor may be unable to open or grade your assignment.

See the rubric for a guide to follow.

Create a Narrated PowerPoint

In M12 you will find a link to a Power Point presentation that will give you an idea of what we’re looking for. The best PPT presentations are a visual accompaniment to a spoken presentation, so please don’t type all your slides. Use photos, cartoons, and graphs to make a point, and then add your narration. 8-10 slides are required.

You will still need to do research for this, and at least three (3) references are needed. You can include them on the last slide, but if you prefer to include them separately, that would be fine. Submit as a Word document, .doc or .docx.

See the rubric for a guide to follow.

Other: Student Choice

Here’s a chance to be creative, or try something new. There are many presentation options available. Prezi, webcast, formal outline, audio recording, infographic, etc. Connect with your instructor to get approval before you begin, and to get more specific requirements. Your first submission, due in M12, will give your instructor a chance to make sure you’re on track.

You will still need to do research for this, and at least three (3) references are needed. You will need to include them separately, in a Word document, .doc or .docx

See the rubric for a guide to follow.

Final Project

Instructions

The

topic

for your Final Project can be anything covered in this course. Choose

something

that

really interested you, something you

would like to ex

plore more fully, or

something

you might like to debate in class

.

The product of

your Final Project is up to you. You can write a paper, create a narrated

PowerPoint or produce some other product that demonstrates your understanding of the

subject you selected

. Whatever option you choose, you must have at

least three

(3)

properly cit

ed references. (Note: a

url

, a

link to a website

,

is not a proper citation.

)

Instructions for each option are detailed below.

·

Write a Research Paper

·

Create a N

arrated Power

Point

.

·

Other:

Come up with any presentation method you like, but

you MUST

connect with your instructor to get approval.

Some options to consider are

Prezi, webcast, formal outline, audio recording,

infographic,

etc.

Your Final Project will be submitted in two parts. Part 1 in

M

12

,

and Part 2 in

M

14.

Instructions for

each

project

option

:

Write a Research Paper

Your assignment should be

4

5

pages long (excluding cover page, attachments, etc.),

double

spaced, using 12

point font and 1

inch margins.

If your paper integrates information from published sources and/or you build on the work

of others, you must be careful not to plagiarize. Please also see the rubric posted under

the “Resources” tab in the main menu of the course for additional guidelines

on

grading.

Please note:

Your assignment must be submitted as a .doc or .docx file.

If you fail to

do this, your instructor may be unable to open or grade your assignment.

See the rubric for a guide to follow.

Final Project Instructions

The topic for your Final Project can be anything covered in this course. Choose

something that really interested you, something you would like to explore more fully, or

something you might like to debate in class.

The product of your Final Project is up to you. You can write a paper, create a narrated

PowerPoint or produce some other product that demonstrates your understanding of the

subject you selected. Whatever option you choose, you must have at least three (3)

properly cited references. (Note: a url, a link to a website, is not a proper citation.)

Instructions for each option are detailed below.

 Write a Research Paper

 Create a Narrated PowerPoint.

 Other: Come up with any presentation method you like, but you MUST

connect with your instructor to get approval. Some options to consider are

Prezi, webcast, formal outline, audio recording, infographic, etc.

Your Final Project will be submitted in two parts. Part 1 in M12, and Part 2 in M14.

Instructions for each project option:

Write a Research Paper

Your assignment should be 4-5 pages long (excluding cover page, attachments, etc.),

double-spaced, using 12-point font and 1-inch margins.

If your paper integrates information from published sources and/or you build on the work

of others, you must be careful not to plagiarize. Please also see the rubric posted under

the “Resources” tab in the main menu of the course for additional guidelines on

grading.

Please note: Your assignment must be submitted as a .doc or .docx file. If you fail to

do this, your instructor may be unable to open or grade your assignment.

See the rubric for a guide to follow.


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