Personal-Project-process-paper

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 You
are graded and receive
corresponding points in 7 criteria.
 A: Planning & Development
 B: Collection of Information/Resources
 C: Choice & Application of Techniques
 D: Analysis of Information
 E: Organization of the Written Work
 F: Analysis of process of Outcomes
 G: Personal Engagement
 B: Collection
of Information/Resource
 D: Analysis of Information
 E: Organization of the Written Work
 F: Analysis of process of Outcomes
 These
PPPP!
criteria are used to grade your
 You
need a variety of sources in your
works cited section of the PPPP.
 Try for about 5:
 Interviews, websites, books, magazines
 Make sure all of your sources are not the
same type.
 You need 5 in-text citations
 Expression
of your personal thoughts
with depth of understanding and
reflection
 Explain/analyze/reflect your struggles,
vision, ideas
 A truly personal response that shows
understanding of your self, the process,
and problems receives the highest score
 Mechanics
of the PPPP
 Must have required structure
 Analysis
of the processes of the PP and
the outcomes of your project ( good or
bad)
 Intelligently and reflectively analyze
yourself and your final result.
 Length: no
more than 4000 words
 Your paper needs:
 A title Page
 Table of contents
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Introduction
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Description of the process
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Analysis of the Inspiration
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Conclusion
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Works Cited
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Appendices, where appropriate
 If
your wrote a novel or a long report than
your process paper can be significantly
shorter than others BECAUSE the
description of the process will not be as
long
Title
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MYP/Personal Project
 Supervisor: name
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Your name
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Introduction
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Table of Contents
Introduction…………………page #
Description of Process……. page #
Analysis of the Inspiration…page #
Conclusion…………………..page #
Works Cited…………………page #
Appendices
Appendix A………….What it is
Appendix B…………..What it is
Appendix C…………..What it is
 12
point font
 Times New Roman
 Double spaced
 Indent (tab) first word in new paragraph
 All PPPP print must be same font size
and style. No exceptions
 Introductory
remarks related to your
project
 Brief description of your project
 AOI’s you addressed and WHY & HOW
 Brief reflection of your successes and/or
failures or overall result of project.
 Do not write: I learn a lot of things about
myself and my project.
Describe in detail the
steps you used.
 This will vary because
your projects are all
different.
 If your project has
many steps then
organize how you want
to detail those steps.
Don’t write : The
second thing I did was
to draw a picture of my
sculpture.
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Describe the :
Methods
Materials
Amount of time
assistance
inspiration
frustrations
anxieties
Successes
obstacles
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What motivated you?
What frustrated you?
What did you learn about your own personal strengths?
What did you learn about your weaknesses?
What did you learn about yourself as a
writer/musician/artist/etc?
Do not write : I learned I am a procrastinator.
Write about why you procrastinate. Was the project boring,
too difficult, too easy etc
How could it have been better?
Reflect how the AOI’s chosen are applicable and WHY you
chose them.
Don’t write: One of my AOI’s is human ingenuity because I
like to ( or don’t like to ) create stuff.
 Concluding
thoughts that reveal that you
really, truly got something out of your
topic physically, spiritually, intellectually,
creatively etc.
 Finish
with a reflection that best
summarizes what you learned about
yourself (good and/or bad).
 Do not write: I learned a lot about myself
on a deep level.
 Google
MLA format and go to the OWL at
Purdue website.
 They have the format for absolutely every
type of source you can possibly have.
 Include any interviews, websites, books
magazines, recordings, films, video games--EVERYTHING you used
 If for any reason you can’t find it check with
Mrs. Flores for the correct formatting.
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Works cited
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 Alphabetized
by
author
 NO indents on first
line
 INDENT the 2nd line
 Double spaced
 These
are attachments you place at the
end of your paper.
 They can be:
 Pictures of the process
 Samples of materials
 Rough drafts of project
 Preliminary sketches
 CD of interview
 Label
 Appendix
A: Color Samples
 Appendix B: Preliminary sketch
 Appendix C: Photo of first attempt
 Presentation
is important.
 Make sure project and paper are:
 Neat
 Organized
 Clean
Give your project, process paper and journal to your
advisor in a organized and self contained manner.
 MAKE SURE YOUR NAME IS ON EVERYTHING.
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EXAMPLES:
Large folder with your name on outside, with
everything inside.
 In a gift bag type with everything inside.
 Check with your supervisor if you have a large
project that can not be easily put in a bag.
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DON’T WALK IN ON THE DAY IT’S DUE AND
THROW ALL YOUR STUFF ON YOUR
SUPERVISOR’S DESK
 Do
not bug your supervisor about the
grade.
Mrs. Flores will let you know when that is
happening and your language arts
teacher will give you your final grade
when they have recorded everything.

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