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06:00 (11/09/11) אורה בומגרטן

Introduction Stage 1: Predicting the Qualities of Great People Stage 2: Choosing a "Person of the Year" Stage 3: Writing a Report and a Resume Stage 4: Presenting your Work Stage 5: .. and the Winner Is.... Stage 6: View Persons of the Year In this project, you will: learn about the personal qualities and accomplishments of famous, successful, great or important people. do research and and take notes about a person you think deserves to get the title "Person of the Year". write a resume* for the person you chose present your "Person of the Year" A jury made up of teachers, students and school administration will vote on the "Person of the Year". *When you have finished doing your project, you'll write a resume for yourself too! Stage 1: Predicting the Qualities of Great People Write the title of the project and your name on a page (you can use Word or a regular page). Write "Stage 1 - Predicting the Qualities of Great People". Copy (from the list below) the qualities that you think apply to great, important, famous people in general: Show your work to your teacher. Stage 2: Choosing a "Person of the Year" Choose a famous, successful, great or important person to learn about. Use this site to help you choose: Famous people YOUR "PERSON OF THE YEAR" MAY BE SOMEONE WHO ISN'T FAMOUS. IT MAY BE SOMEONE YOU KNOW OR HAVE HEARD ABOUT, OR EVEN SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY. Write "Stage 2 - Choosing a Person of the Year" at the top of your page. Write the name of the person you have chosen for your project. Write a few sentences about why you chose this person for your project. Stage 3: Writing a Report and a Resume Use Google to find material about the person you chose. Write "Stage 3 - Writing a Report and a Resume" at the top of your page. Write a resume for this person. Click here to see a sample resume for Eleanor Roosevelt Write a paragraph about each of these: the person's qualities. (see Stage 1 for a list of qualities). the ways in which the life was remarkable, surprising or admirable. the human qualities that were most influential in shaping the way this person lived and influenced his or her times. the most important lesson/s you might learn from the way this person lived. Was your person a "hero?" Why? Why not? How is a hero different from a celebrity? Write a paragraph explaining why you think this person deserves to be chosen as the "Person of the Year". Important: Please WRITE IN YOUR OWN WORDS ONLY! Please do not copy directly from the Internet. Stage 4: Presenting Your Work Present your work in writing: It should include: Cover page. Title of project, your name, class, date. Table of contents. Introduction. (Introduce your Person of the Year.) Sections of the Project (Include here stages 1, 2 and 3 of the project that you did) Bibliography. (Don't forget to cite all the sources and internet sites you used in your project) Reflection. Write a page in which you express what you learned/gained through doing this project. Each person of the group must write his/her OWN PAGE! Division of work: This should be a page which explains exactly what each person of the group did in the project. Appendices. Illustrations. Sign the Person of the Year Feedback Page View the Person of the YearFeedback Page Create a powerpoint presentation from the person's resume and present it orally to the rest of the class. Stage 5: .. and the Winner is... Click here to view the "promo" for the Person of the Year competition and then Participate in a poll about the Person of the Year: A jury will decide who the "Person of the Year" for your class is... Stage 6: View Persons of the YearTake a look at the Persons of the Year submitted by students from all over the world. Click Here Assessment Assessment for Stage 1Tick the items that are true: I copied onto a page the qualities I think apply to great, important, famous people. I understood all the words in the chart. Assessment for Stage 2Tick the items that are true: I used one of the sites to choose a person for my project. I wrote a few sentences IN MY OWN WORDS about why I chose this person for my project. I checked my writing (spelling, grammar, handwriting) before handing it in to my teacher. Assessment for Stage 3 I used Google to find material about my person. I looked at the sample resume for Eleanor Roosevelt. I wrote a resume about my "Person of the Year". I wrote a paragraph about this person's qualities. I wrote a paragraph about the ways in which the life was remarkable, surprising or admirable. I wrote a paragraph about the human qualities that were most influential in shaping the way this person lived and influenced his or her times. I wrote a paragraph about the most important lesson/s you might learn from the way this person lived. I wrote a paragraph about whether my person a "hero" I expalined why or why not. I explained how a hero is different from a celebrity I wrote a paragraph about the qualities that surprised or impressed me regarding this person. I wrote a paragraph explaining why I think this person deserves to be chosen as the "Person of the Year". Assessment for Stage 4 I wrote a cover page including the title of project, my name, class, date. I wrote a Table of contents. I wrote an introduction. (Introduce your Person of the Year.) I included all the sections of the project (stages 1, 2 and 3) I wrote a bibliography. (the internet sites I used in my project) Reflection. I wrote a page in which I expressed what I learned/gained through doing this project. Each person of my group wrote his/her OWN REFLECTION PAGE! We wrote a page explaining the division of work. I included appendices. I included illustrations. I signed the Person of the Year Feedback Page I created a powerpoint presentation from the person's resume and presented it orally to the rest of the class.