• 9th Grade LTP Information

     
    LTP Log Book to record your hours
     

    Project Schedule

     

    Project Contract and Declaration are

    completed  and copies given to the CAS

    facilitator, project mentor, and

    student………………………………………by the end of the week of February 24-28

     

    Checkpoint #1 requirements are due by: ……the week of March 24-28

    Parents must be notified for failure to meet contract date.

                            At this checkpoint meeting, students are expected to have AT A MINIMUM

                                        A log recording the time spent on the project

                                        A tentative timeline for completion of the project

                                        Two sources, with appropriate bibliographic information recorded

     

    Checkpoint #2 requirements are due by: ……the week of April 22

    Interim report must be sent for failure to meet contract date.

    At this checkpoint meeting, students are expected to have AT A MINIMUM

                                        A log recording additional time spent on the project

                                        A concrete timeline for completion of the project

                                        Two additional sources, with appropriate bibliographic information recorded

     

    Checkpoint #3 requirements are due by: ……the week of May 16

    This is the final Checkpoint before presentations begin.

    Parents must be notified for failure to meet checkpoint due dates.

    At this checkpoint meeting, students are expected to have AT A MINIMUM

                                        A log recording additional time spent on the project

                                        Two book, two articles and two internet site sources, with appropriate bibliographic

    information recorded

     

                                       

    Presentations will begin May 19.  The exact date of the presentation and submission of the final project and reflection will be determined by the student, supervisor and classroom teacher in which the presentation will be made.  Students may present earlier than May 19 if they are ready, but all students should be ready to present after Mat 19.   

     

    Presentation is completed on:……………Date to be determined in consultation with supervisor

     

    Final Project is submitted for evaluation :…………at the time of the presentation.

     

    Report period into which grade will be averaged: ……………………… 4th

     

     

         Meetings with your supervisor will be scheduled during each Checkpoint Week. Students are expected to bring their journals to each meeting with their supervisor, as well as any materials showing the growth of the project.  This includes research, rough drafts, and any other materials that demonstrate the progress being made with the project.