Guidelines for Classroom Projects

First let me say that classroom projects are a very good way of developing speaking, reading, and listening skills. As a teacher I have always enjoyed listening to my students’ presentation of projects. In my experience, projects are an opportunity for learning something new and sharing this experience with others. Remember that the main objective is to get you to prepare a presentation and there is no right or wrong. The main goal of these guidelines is sharing with you some ideas on what may work better. The hints given here are mainly drawn from the successful projects I have seen and might be helpful to you all when preparing your presentations. Good luck.  

  

 

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