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PASSION PROJECT

OBJECTIVE: Think of an area of interest you would like to investigate to present your learning to other students
(such as history of sport or a musical instrument, history and life of a celebrity, importance of Monuments and Landmarks (Disneyland,
Pyramids, Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, etc), aspects of a country, tribes around the world, investigating the origins of a movie, origins of a
game, technological changes, different currencies around the world, calligraphy, animals, human body, Solar System etc).

PURPSOSE: To further explore an area of interest that is appealing to you, along with informing and educating
others about your chosen area.

TOPIC: .

CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING:
- Why are you interested in this area?
- How can you make a connection with your chosen topic, based on prior knowledge?
- What would you like to learn about your chosen topic?
- What would you like others to know about your chosen topic?
- Why is it important for others to be made aware of your chosen topic?

FOUR BIG QUESTIONS:
1.

2.

3.

4.
CRITERIA
A+ B+ C+
- answer the four big questions
- an explanation of the personal
importance of the topic
- present using different methods (at
least three)
- include a bibliography list (at least
five sources)
- creatively involve the audience
-evaluation of the importance of the
topic for others
- evidence (in the presentation or
noted elsewhere) of practising three
or more goals, worked on throughout
the term.
- between five to eight minutes
- answer the two-three of the big
questions
- minimal explanation of the personal
importance of the topic
- present using different methods (at
one to two)
- include a bibliography list (at least
three sources)
- minimal audience involvement
-minimal evaluation of the importance
of the topic for others
- evidence (in the presentation or noted
elsewhere) of practising two or more
goals, worked on throughout the term.
- out of the time frame
- answer one of the four big questions
- no explanation of the personal
importance of the topic
- present using different methods (the
consistent method throughout)
- include a bibliography list (at less
than three sources)
- no evidence of audience involvement
- no evaluation of the importance of
the topic for others
- no evidence (in the presentation or
noted elsewhere) of the practising
goals, worked on throughout the term.
- over ten minutes

Possible Presentation Methods:
- interviewing an expert
- setting up a talk show with an expert/news
report
- labelled diagrams
- poster with relevant information
- iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, etc
- create a song
- mould a clay or Play-Doh figure
- sketch an image
- use water paints, pastels, chalks, charcoal to
create a picture
- PREZI
- class experiment
- class art activity
- class maths/literacy activity

Remember:
- No PowerPoint Presentations
- If someone is acting as an expert or an
interviewer, have all the information you
have researched prepared for them first,
before filming or presenting (possibly a script
form)
- Practise more than once, presenting to an
audience once complete


NOTES:







TIMELINE GUIDE

Wk 2-4
- decide on what you
will investigate
- think of how to
compose the
information
- consider how to
present your Passion
project


Wk 4-6
- research and
investigate
- analyse and organise
information


Wk 6-7
- continue organising
information
- begin adding
information to the
presentation


Wk 8
- finalise the
presentation
- practise presenting
more than once


Wk 9
- presentation
completed and due

Wk 10
- class presentations