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Learning is incomplete without project work. Project work encourages students to take part in active and creative learning where they set upon themselves a path of exploration like no other. Project work encourages students to make full use of the available resources around them too.
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Form small groups and brainstorm on possible ideas for a project on SARS.
Look through this website and try to come up with questions on what you want to find out. You can also project work to prove your points of view or ideas in Think (Discussions). From there, try to think of basic platforms to start your project. You can consider doing a survey, conduct research or interviews to explore more on the subject of SARS.
Select a mentor to guide you throughout the project. After that, you may even consider designing a webpage or a PowerPoint presentation to present your information to the class or the world.
Conduct a survey (quantitative analysis) among your classmates, friends and family members to find out what your countrymen feel about SARS.
Things that you should take note when doing a survey:
Next, tabulate your results in a table or a graph. Present this information to your class in the form of a PowerPoint presentation.
Try to come up with suggestions to explain the results you have. E.g. What can be the possible reasons people are / (are not) afraid of SARS?
We, (Names), are doing a survey to find out the general trend on people's perspective about SARS.
We would be glad if you can complete this survey. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for taking your time to complete this survey.
Come up with relevant questions on SARS, and find a person who is an expert on that particular topic to give his/her views.
Upload the interview to the web, or share it with the class.
Using powerful search engines like Google or Yahoo!, search the net for information relating to your topic of interest. Research in depth to look for information. Besides the utilizing the web, you can also use books, conduct interviews to enhance your learning.
After that, make a webpage to compile your reports. You can also present your findings in the form of a report in Microsoft Word document format to the class.
Whatever the outcome, view your learning positively.
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