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Making A Portfolio

A portfolio should consist of four (4)


panels, each on a 0ne (1) illustration board
(Portfolio = 4 panels=4 illustration boards)

The panels should have


no extensions, cannot
exceed the borders of
the illustration boards
and should have no 3D
installations,
all
decorations and designs
must have a flat surface

The portfolio should


follow
the
Project
Citizen
steps:
Problem,
Alternative
Policies,
Proposed
Policy and Action Plan

There should be one (1)


paragraph
summary
(maximum of 3 to 5
sentences) for each
panel, briefly stating
and describing what the
panel is all about

Font Size: minimum of


20 to 24 font size, the
portfolio
should
be
readable
from
a
distance of two meters;
font style (will be
group discretion)

Presentation:
the use of
color
is
mandatory,
participants
are
also
encouraged to make the
portfolio visually pleasing, at
a minimum, the poster should
be equal parts visual aids and
text (50% photos and 50%
text)

Showcase
or
Presentation

Documentation and
reflection papers shall
be passed/prepared a
week
before
the
presentation proper.

Each team should


choose a team leader
and teams will each be
judged by a panel
composed of 3 to 4
members
from
different subject areas.

Each team will be given 30


minutes to present their
portfolio,
the
prepared
speech will be for 20
minutes in English, while 10
minutes will be devoted for
questions from the panel,
answers in this portion
maybe in English or Filipino

Information
on
the
panels cannot be read
during the 20 minute
speech by the students
although
note
cards
maybe used

Only chosen members (4


students) of the group are
allowed to present the
portfolio
but
during
question
and
answer
portion all members are
required to answer

Groups are required to


wear
the
prescribed
attire/uniform
for
the
particular day

Documentatio
n Portfolio

The
portfolio

documentation
shall
contain:

title page (name of school,


problem,
barangay,
student names, teacher,
and title of the portfolio

abstract
(500
words)
description of panels
photo documentation of
the
process
1 page reflection paper
from the team

Individual
Reflection Paper
on the
Experiences from
Project Citizen

1. What kind of national


problem was your proposal
policy designed to serve?
2.
What
rights
and
responsibilities of citizens of
democracy did you exercise
when you where fulfilling the
tasks of project citizen? What
rights and responsibilities were
involved when you identified
public policy problem in your

3. Which if any of the following


purpose in a democracy would
you proposed policy help to
fulfill?
Explain your answer.
4. What have you discovered or
learned
about
how
your
government is organized and
the responsibilities of various
agencies of the government?

5. What responsibilities of
public officials did you learn
about when you were fulfilling
the task of project citizen?
6.
When
you
gathered
information on the problem you
selected, you may have found
out
about
groups
and
organizations in civil society
that were also interested in
your problem. Describe these

7. List down some fundamental


values
and
principles
of
democracy, list any
of the
values and principles that were
related to the public policy you
suggested and experience you
had in fulfilling the task of
project citizen.
Explain the
relation.

8.List down the attitudes and


character traits of citizens that
are important in a democracy,
list any
that were related to
the experiences you had in
fulfilling the task of project
citizen. Then explain how they
are involved and how they
might be important to a
democracy.

9. What did you gain from your


experiences in fulfilling the
tasks
of
project
citizen?
10. What did you learn about
the
advantages
and
disadvantages
of
working
cooperatively?

11. What skills did you gain or


improved?
12. What improvements might
be helpful if you were to
participate in Project Citizentype of activities again?