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Heidi Lucas



To complete a Senior Project, students will create a product for a real-world audience related to their research paper. This product will allow the student to apply the information gained in research to demonstrate learning and mastery of the topic. The product can take on a variety of forms (construct, make, perform, volunteer, etc.) You will be at least four weeks to complete this facet of the project.


There are a variety of ways to demonstrate your information. Below is a list of possibilities: (You can add your own.)


Produce a film/documentary                     Build a machine

Compose and perform a song                  Write and publish a comic strip

Teach a class a unit of study                    Produce an event

Design and publish a website                   Sew a garment

Design and construct a model                  Write a play

Create artwork                                          Produce a commercial

Create a robot                                           Start a business

Create/write a game                                 Write a program

Design a marketing campaign

Customize an object                                  Make a book                 

Complete a community service project


Decide which avenue will best meet your goals for your presentation. Answer the following questions:


  • How much will it cost?

  • Do I have access to supplies and equipment?

  • How long will it take to make?

  • Will I get bored with it?

  • Will everybody else do the same thing?

  • Am I really interested in making that?

  • Who will be my real-world audience?

  • Will this be the best I can offer?

  • Are my talents being used to their fullest?