Senior Footprint Project
Your task: Capture your last four years of learning in five minutes or less.
Guys: this is it. You are in the homestretch. You’ve almost made it. You have endured, persevered, learned, lasted, and grown. You should be proud. I know I am.
I know no better way to send you out the door and into the big, beautiful world than having you reflect on your last four glorious years. So…
Introducing for the first time ever at Spring Mills High School (cue drum roll and intense music)….
A little about the project
What it is:
Where it came from:
In the interest of full disclosure I have borrowed this idea from another teacher whose blog I came across last year. His name is David Theriault and he teaches in Southern California. This is his idea, and although teachers borrow from and are inspired by one another all the time, a teaching idea has got to be pretty good for me to rip it off in its entirety. I am ripping this off in its entirety (down to the hashtag…maybe) because it is good stuff.
How to begin:
Decide if you’re working alone or in a group.
You may work with up to four other people, but each person will have to turn in a one-page detailed typed sheet explaining exactly what you did for the group and how much time you spent on your own work. If you work by yourself you do NOT need to write anything.
The presentation cannot be a speech. It must be something that I can save online or on my computer. Content must be appropriate (of course).
Due dates: May 12 through May 19. (Signups in class)
Your Lit teacher, Mrs. Hilliard