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Maria Camogli

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Planning my passion project

Start by watching the video. Think. How do you like to use your time when you are not doing school work? Use the slides to learn how you can use your time to learn about something you are interested in. Use the and tools to work on this planner. You can also your ideas. Take your time. Save as a draft until you are all done. Submit using the icon when you finish working on all the pages. You will then be able to start learning about your passion!

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Home Learning, Science, Social Studies
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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These pages help students plan and develop the initial stages of their own passion projects. The begin by exploring likes, talents, dislikes, and everything that makes them unique. Then then think of topics that interest them, and are guided to decide on one topic to focus on. After choosing a topic, they will be narrowing it down to one particular question they would like to explore. They brainstorm ideas for exploring this passion, and come up with a plan. It is a good idea for teachers at this point to provide a timeframe or some type of timeline for students to be help accountable for staying on track with their projects.