You will use the questions that your found yesterday for the Genius Hour. Once you have your selected questions answered, put that information together in a project. You will see the options later. (Yes, there is a group option).
Prepare for Genius Hour
Using your experiences with stories and the questions you wrote yesterday, you will design and create a presentation about your knowledge. The group option can be up to four people, however the more minds on the project means higher the skates. For example, if you work on a PowerPoint together, there should be more data and completed work. The options are on the next slide ---->
Genius Hour Focus ~ Storytelling
Presentation: This can be a lot of ideas, PowerPoint, Poster, a speech are some ideas. 2. Persuasive or Argumentative: This can be a speech, or advertisement. The things above can be this as well.
Project Categories part 1
3. Write a Story Plan and write a story using the knowledge you found, from your questions. 4. Play/engage in a story If you choose this, you will need to work with Ms. Konyha closely. This can either be a play or a form of Dungeons and Dragons.
Project Categories part 2
Come up with an idea that uses the questions you created yesterday and explain how you will present it. I will probably say yes that is what I am looking for.
Project Options TL;DR
What type of project are we interested in?
- Write a Story
- Play/Engage in a Story
Break down the project into smaller goals and tasks. Set milestones and deadlines to track progress. Make sure to budget time and resources.
Designing a Successful Project Plan
Planning: the process of creating a detailed list of steps needed to complete a project. Goals: the end result that you want to achieve with the project. Timeline: A list of estimated times for each step of the project to be completed.
In one word, how would you describe the project you are about to design?
Project planning often requires specific software and tools to create a timeline and budget. In some cases, project planning can involve creating a network diagram to help visualize the interrelationships between tasks. Project planning can also involve creating a risk management plan to help identify and mitigate any potential risks.
Did you know?
What are the steps involved in designing a project plan?
What are the components of a successful project plan?
How do you ensure that all tasks are completed on time?
What strategies could you use to manage the project effectively?
If you are creating a group, decide that now. Your end goal is something to present. Again, the options are: Presentation (PowerPoint), Argumentative or persuasive work, Write a story, or Play/ be in a story.** Draft three mini goals or milestones and submit in Canvas. You have three workdays. 5/25, 30, & 31. Projects are due May 31st. **Please talk to Ms. Konyha about what this looks like.
Create a plan!