Final Project: Top 10 List

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Whether you're looking for an end-of-the-year project or a simple method of review, this resource may be the choice for you. Pupils work with a partner to create a "Top 10" list of the most essential terms or concepts they have learned over the course of the year, which they then convey to the class through a formal presentation.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Consider asking students to devise lists that are specific to a theme of their choice (i.e. top 10 most essential terms for an adult/child to know, or top 10 concepts that dramatically reversed an original thought in history). This will encourage pupils to provide a greater variety of concepts in their presentation
Classroom Considerations

  • While originally designed for an AP psychology class, the basic premise of the project can be applied to all other subject areas
Pros

  • Great choice for older grade levels or more independent learners
  • Documents can be downloaded and edited
  • Includes grading rubric for presentation
Cons

  • The grading rubric is a bit unclear; however, the document can be edited to fit your own grading requirements