Family and Friends Project
What qualities does it take to have a happy and healthy personal bond with family and friends?
The Family Project:
This project involves looking into your family background. Choose a family member. Get important details about your family member. Tell about the person's history using artifacts, documents, and photographs.
Planning the Project
What do I want to learn about my family member?
Summarize what you already know about your subject. Then, think about what you want to find out. Learn about your subject by conducting an interview with that person. Create a list of questions to ask. Listen and make eye contact. Take notes. Write down important information. Thank the person for his or her help.
Doing the Project
How can I share what I have learned?
Write at least two strong paragraphs with information about your chosen family member. Create illustrations to add to the text of your report. Gather photographs, documents, and/or artifacts to use in your project presentation.
Create the Presentation
How will I present my information?
You will give an oral presentation on the person you researched and the most important facts that you have learned from the interviews.
You may chose to create a decorated Biography Poster or scrapbook containing your information to present along with your oral presentation.
How will I be Graded?
View the project rubric by clicking on the link below.