You could film something, that you want to show, to expand on a topic that you explore during the semester. It could be like a TED talk, or it could involve asking people on campus certain question to discover what the community thinks or knows about your topic. Lots of flexibility here so talk to me if you want to pursue this kind of project. All films must be captioned.

Project description
Choose a topic of high interest to you. This will make the project of interest to you and provide you with the motivation to complete the project in a timely manner.
Your topic can be based on an interview, a person, an event, or explore specific vocabulary, policies, laws, and terms that have been introduced during the semester. You can schedule meetings with me to brainstorm ideas you may have for your project.
PAPERS: If you do a paper plan on writing between 5-8 pages, not including the title page and reference pages. It can be more if you have the material to work from. A lot depends on your topic and how much information is available for that topic. For papers please be sure they are: double spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman.
When citing sources, select the format you are most comfortable with: APA/MLA/Chicago. Be sure to credit any quotes you use.
Please use your spell and grammar checker to eliminate simple errors. Avoid using etc. Proofread and revise several times.
You can meet with me to review and get feedback on your early drafts.
Include a reference or source page as your last page for materials you site and use quotes from to support your paper.

OTHER FORMATS:

Presentations-You can do a presentation in class on your topic. You can also use software program of your choice (Keynote, PowerPoint). Plan on a presentation of approximately 7-10 minutes using 7 to 14 slides depending on how information you have to present. Your presentation should include a mix of drawings, photographs, charts, and links to online resources that help support your presentation. If you want, see me about preparing handouts to go with your presentation.
Interviews- You can find a person, group, family, or club to interview to explore your topic with others. You can also use the interview to create a presentation, paper, or any other way you want to share that information.
Videos- You could film something, that you want to show, to expand on a topic that you explore during the semester. It could be like a TED talk, or it could involve asking people on campus certain question to discover what the community thinks or knows about your topic. Lots of flexibility here so talk to me if you want to pursue this kind of project. All films must be captioned.
Poster Session- You can create a poster with information that you use to present or display in class about the topic you researched during the semester.
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