Make a book report, science fair project or essay the best it can be. Many students go to the web Internet and type Do My Project in Google. Right? Follow this plan and it will lead to success and better marks on school assignments.
Doing a school project poses quite a challenge to some students. Whether it is an essay, poster board presentation or diorama, these steps will make doing a project easy. Follow this formula for a plan that will produce a neat, edited and focused project.
Get A Head Start and Pick a Topic
Start projects as soon as they are assigned. Work on them a little bit every day. Talk about the project with family and friends, they may be a source of great ideas.
Read instructions and listen to the teacher to make sure the rules of the project are clear. If the class is doing a project about mammals, don’t make a project about a bird. The project will be more fun to do if a person genuinely likes the topic. After choosing a topic, do some research and change the topic if necessary. Maybe there isn’t enough information on the selected topic or perhaps there is too much and the topic needs to be narrowed.
Project Research and Writing an Outline
Begin with about an hour of online or library research. Write an outline or Mind Map. Make sure the outline follows any information given by the teacher. If the teacher said that the project must include 5 sections and a map, make sure it has 5 sections and a map. Check that the outline includes the required pictures, table of contents, conclusion or bibliography. These are things commonly forgotten. If written instructions were handed out, go through one by one, checking off the contents of the outline against the teacher’s project rules. Do more research, always focusing on the prepared outline.
Write the project based on the outline or mind map. Basically, the project is just an expanded version of the outline. Don’t stray off topic, just elaborate on the points mentioned in the outline.
Project Editing – Content, Grammar and Spelling
The project is edited the first time for content. Does it follow the rules the teacher set out for the project and does it sound good? For example, does one paragraph explain the food a bat eats, then its habitat and then continue with more about his food again. Make sure the outline was followed. The second time, edit for grammar and spelling. It is a good idea to have a friend or family member do a final check for errors too.
Display and Presentation for a Great Project
Put the finishing touches on the project. Make sure it is neat, and looks impressive when someone first sees it. Pictures mounted with a border look impressive. Titles should stand out with larger or colored lettering. Items should be colored neatly and glued on straight. First impression matters. Stand back and look at the project as a teacher might. Does it have “Wow” appeal. If it doesn’t, go back and add some borders or images to improve the overall look.
Making a great project, essay or book report doesn’t have to be difficult. Follow the guidelines set out by the teacher, write an outline, don’t stray off topic, edit twice and finally, make the finishing touches to make it impressive. Following this formula will produce better projects and grades.