Address one or more of the topics discussed in
class,(Time management) . This project will be an
expansion on in-class discussion or work and should include additional reading, research, and/or
reflection. The form this project takes is up to you. This can be a traditional essay, piece of creative
writing, PowerPoint or Prezi, video, podcast, drawing, painting, mixed-media artwork or collection of
photographs (if doing something less straightforward, it might be good to include a brief explanation of
what the work is trying to accomplish).
For this project, you will create a proposal. This proposal detail what topic wish to explore, what avenues
you plan to take while exploring, and what form you expect the final project to take. Given the
exploratory nature of this project, it is expected that your plan will shift somewhat through the process,
but projects that stray too far from the proposal will not be accepted without prior approval from the
An A project will demonstrate a good deal of thoughtfulness and planning.
An A project will be substantial, meaning the project should say something of some significance and
demonstrate a good deal of effort (think of the amount of information and effort that would go into a good
2-3 page paper).
You will start read about time management and you will watch some video for people who have or had problems with time management and write how they get through their issues.