In contrast to Wednesday's vocabulary final, which will be about as formal and anti-fun as you can imagine, and Thursday's essay final, which will require you to organize and articulate your expertise on multiple texts and literary elements, and which will probably make your pen-wielding muscles ache, your final presentation
This is your opportunity to showcase:
- What you've learned for the first time;
- What you've improved the most;
- What you've done best;
- What you want to learn more about;
- What you know;
- Your strengths and talents.
(Imagined) Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How will we be graded?
A: Creative/effective communication of a topic that convinces your audience that you've mastered an element of the course = A.
Q: What tools/media can we use to create our presentation?
A: Anything that doesn't harm sentient beings or break any laws/school policies. Except posters. No posters.
Q: Is there a time limit?
A: Sort of. We will be limited by the number of presenting groups in each two-hour final period. However, if you use online media we can direct the audience to your site for the overtime. This may be an interesting way to augment/replace what I have in mind over the break. If your group has planned a presentation that you know won't fit into the final period schedule in its entirety, please plan on showing the "directors' highlights" and walking your audience through it. Please remember-- and this goes for everyone-- to leave a couple of minutes for Q&A.
Q: Can we collaborate with students in other classes?
A: Yes. You may collaborate with anyone on Earth. Extra credit if you collaborate with anyone not on Earth.
Don't forget the secret ingredient. Please plan to submit your group's proposal in class on Monday, December 3. Have fun and comment to this post with questions/ideas.