Cell Phones: What Are They Good For?
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ALL NINTH GRADE STUDENTS
Your next project, Cell Phones: What Are They Good For,
will be a multimedia presentation.
Your group has the option to either videotape your project or record it for audio (no camera).
The entire project must be written and recorded before any detailed PowerPoint work begins.
You must record a narrative of your entire project. The narrative consists of your written research findings.
Once your project proposal has been written, submitted and approved, your group will record your research findings on videotape or straight audio. Next, your group will need to complement your narrative with photographs and or video footage. See me about adding photographs and video to your project.
Before you submit your written project proposal you may do the following:
You may create ten slides in PowerPoint to feature your 10 "Did You Know" facts.
You may create no more than three slides for your timeline.
You may create no more than three slides for your cost comparison data.
You may create one slide for your survey analysis.
You may create one slide to cite your sources.
Please do not create any other slides until your project proposal has been written, submitted and approved.
This should be an exciting project. Please read the rubric (above) to fully understand what an excellent project should contain. Click the images above to get a larger view of the rubric. If you have any questions, please email me.