Student Led Interviews/Mini-Capstone Presentation

All Mini Capstone Presentations will take place on April 19, 2018, during the last block of the day (from 2:00-3:00 pm)

 

Schedule updated April 18 @ 1:00 pm:   
PRESENTATION ROOM AND TEACHER ALLOCATION FOR STUDENTS – find out what room you have been assigned to for your presentation.

 

LINK TO SURVEY – to tell us what you need for your presentation – THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED.  Don’t worry! There will be a way for you to show your PowerPoint in every classroom….

 

FULL VIDEO OF MINI CAPSTONE PRESENTATION WORKSHOP (MARCH 13/14)

 

PREPARING FOR THE MINI CAPSTONE PRESENTATION -POWERPOINT

If you’re asked to log in to Office 365 here is your username / password:

username: yourstudent#@edu.burnabyschools.ca
password: same as your computer login

2018 MINI CAPSTONE PRESENTATION OUTLINE AND EVALUATION SUMMARY – double sided handout

2018 EVALUATION RUBRIC  

2018 MINI CAPSTONE PRESENTATION DETAILED HAND OUT – step by step instructions for preparing (given out the week of April 9- 12 in English 12 classes)

POSSIBLE QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT BE ASKED – examples of what lead teachers could ask you after your presentation (only examples!)

 

The Mini Capstone Presentation takes the place of the Student-led interviews

 

Refer to the Transition Plan and Mini-Capstone Instruction booklet handed out at the beginning of the year (Module 3) for Presentation information and criteria and download the Presentation Outline and Evaluation Summary above. 

BASIC OUTLINE:

  • Explain: WHO ARE YOU?​
  • WHAT ARE YOU PROUD OF? (bring or show evidence/artifact representing what you’re proud of – 1 item)
  • DISCUSS YOUR PLANS FOR AFTER HIGH SCHOOL AND POSSIBLE FUTURE OPTIONS​
  • SHOW US YOUR MINI CAPSTONE – goal, essential question, action plan & outcome: what you learned / what you can show / what your new goals will be​
  • REFLECT ON BEING A LIFELONG LEARNER
    • How do the skills you demonstrated / developed in your mini-capstone help with this? How have you demonstrated being a lifelong learne
  • MUST BE VISUAL IN SOME WAY​