Guidance for Development of Project Components
Continue working on refining your proposal until it is approved by your facilitator. Your facilitator will e-mail you about this or let you know in the chat.
After your proposal has been approved, you can start working on the project components. Please read the resource links given here when you are working on each component. These resource links provide a description, examples, guiding questions, and a rubric for each component.
You can choose the order you would like to work on the components. If you are not sure what order you prefer, then we suggest asking your facilitator or using the order listed here. It is typical to need to do more than one draft of each component.
If you are working as a team, be sure to check with your facilitator concerning individual and group requirements and expectations.
- Presentation Page
This is an "executive summary" for your project. Copy and paste in sections you have already written from your proposal.
- Scenario (for teachers)
Your scenario for teachers should provide a good enough "picture" so that a teacher who is not in your building could use or adapt the project.
- Web Pages for Students
Your Web pages for students should provide enough information so that a student who is not in your classroom could do the project by using these Web pages.
- Rubric for Assessing your Students
- Unit Description Before LInC
If you have not done this unit before, describe what you did before LInC to accomplish the same learner outcomes as your project. Do not describe your current LInC project.
- Read the Writing the Unit Description Before LInC.
- Delete the existing example text and use that same file as a template.
Turning In Your Work
Ask your facilitator what format should be used when turning in work and where to turn it in.
Creating Pages for Your Project
Ask your facilitator for specifics on creating pages for your project.