6.3 - Asignación-Proyecto escrito
Unit 6 Project
Now, as the final piece, you have to take the information that you gathered about both cultures, your compare and contrast of the two, and choose the most appropriate way to present it.
For the final project, you will submit a representation of your inquiry. This could be any of the following. Remember these are suggestions. Feel free to discuss other ideas with your Spanish teacher.
Skit: Write a written script with a minimum of 2 characters/500 words. Record your script (either as a video or a sound file). It needs to have at least 4 minutes of talking.
Analogies: Describe your inquiry using analogies. You need a minimum of 500 words.
Scrapbook/Video/Web page: Create a scrapbook, video, or web page about your inquiry. It should have a minimum of 500 words and/or 4 minutes of talking (as well as pictures).
Song: Write and perform a song or rap that explains your inquiry. It should be at least 2-3 minutes long. Include a write-up (minimum 250 words) that explains how this represents your inquiry. You can choose any music style you want, but make sure we can hear the words you are singing!
Video: Make a video to teach younger students about your inquiry. It should include a minimum of 4 minutes of speaking.
Talk to a local expert (such as an immigrant from a Spanish-speaking country or someone who has spent time there) about your inquiry topic. If possible, record the conversation (either on video or just the sound). Present the results of your discussion in a multi-media presentation. You should have at least 250 words or 5 minutes of speaking if you record the conversation.
Interview: Conduct an interview (at least 6 minutes long). Give a written summary of the questions and answers.
Art: Draw, illustrate, paint, photograph, sculpt or sketch something that represents something that describes your inquiry. Include a write-up (minimum 250 words) that explains how it represents the inquiry.
Pattern/Illustration: Design a pattern or illustration that represents your inquiry. Include a write-up (minimum 250 words) that explains how it represents your inquiry.
Commercial/Brochure: Design a commercial, brochure, or ad campaign that explains or represents your inquiry. There should be a minimum of 250 words and/or 4 minutes of speaking. If you design an advertisement or brochure with fewer words, you can include a write-up that explains your submission.
Community Service Project: Plan and (if possible) participate in a community service project that is related to your inquiry. Submit a plan of what you will do (or what you would do, if carrying out the plan isn’t possible). It should be about 500 words.
Picture: Draw or photograph something that will represent your inquiry. Include a write-up (at least 250 words) explaining how your picture represents or explains your inquiry.
Story: Write a story (at least 500 words) with a proper story format (introduction, development, conclusion). Record yourself reading the story.
“Wanted” Poster: Create a “wanted” poster for someone or something related to your inquiry. Include a write-up (minimum 250 words) explaining how the poster represents your inquiry.
Dance: Create a dance or sequence of movements that represents your inquiry. Include a video of yourself (or someone else) performing the dance, and a write-up (minimum 250 words) of how this represents your inquiry.
Play/Journal/Letter: Write a play, story, journal entry, letter, etc. that describes your inquiry. It should have a minimum of 500 words.
Social Awareness: Raise social awareness about something related to your inquiry. You can do this with any of the formats in this chart.
Tour: Take a tour of a place related to your inquiry. Write observations (minimum 500 words). Include pictures if you can get them.
Remember, your research into your two aspects of culture (as shared with your teacher in the Google Doc or uploaded as a Word or PDF file) will be taken into account in the grading of your final project as a whole. Remember to include the bibliography. If you use a website, make sure the link you provide is directly related to the information you are using.
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