·         Your presentation is an opportunity to share your experience with other students, your mentor, your sponsor and your parents.

    ·         Your presentation should discuss the ways in which you responded to your essential question from your commitment form. 

    ·         Give your presentation a shape -- make sure it has a clear beginning, middle and end.

    ·         Involve the audience -- consider what would engage you if you were sitting and listening to the presentation.

    ·         Analyze what you liked or disliked about the experience.

    ·         Describe problems you encountered; explain how you solved those problems.

    ·         Comment on surprises.

    ·         Comment on how your goals altered as the option developed.

    ·         Reflect on what you learned about the field or subject and what you learned about yourself.

    ·         Read from your journal.

    ·         Tell stories.

    ·         Provide illustrations; show as much as you tell. Use AV materials to enhance the quality of the presentations.

    ·         Offer sketches of the people with whom you worked.

    ·         Comment on what you would do differently next time.

    ·         Comment on whether you would recommend this experience to others.

    ·         Comment on how this experience might affect your future plans.

    ·         Upload to your Senior Options Google Classroom.