Friday, December 21, 2007

3) What are your thoughts about having to do projects in every subject? In what ways are project-type assessments more difficult, interesting, challenging, or meaningful than traditional ways of showing what you know? Cite an example or two to support your answer.

My first thought is always 'huh~' when it is project time.Not because I hate doing projects but it is tougher to get working on project-type assessments.If I am in an irresponsible group where the group members do not want to do work,all the work comes to me and the points will be shared amongst the group.Unfair,isn't it?If I get into a group with my friends to do a project,everything would be much more easier.That is the difficult point.Doing project work is more meaningful and interesting is that,you don't need to follow accordingly to a workbook.It is a homework which we can freely express and join different opinions.If we don't know what to write,mindmaps are welcomed on projects and it would not be so hard.The challenging part is presenting the project,whether you know what you are doing.The other challenging part is that,teamwork must be shown.Projects aren't so bad,so tough after all.

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