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  • Road Map of My Life
    Describe the major stops on the
    “Road Map” of your life
    using pictures and descriptions
    that tells the story of how you arrived
    to this point in your life.
    You need to include at least 4 “stages of development”
    • Must have a minimum of 10 “Stops”
    • Decorate with pictures & drawings
    • Share with Class
    • Major (Project) Grade
    • Due / Turn in on Thursday, 9/1
    • Presentations begin Thursday 9/1
  • Possible Stops
    Where/when born
    Pre-school
    Elementary school
    Met best friend
    Sibling was born
    Grandparent died
    Got driver’s license
    Graduation Date
  • Presentation Methods:
    Paper/Pencil/Marker: 3” per year
    Powerpoint
    Animoto (ask about access)
    Moviemaker
    Ask about alternative tools
  • Stages of DevelopmentInclude 4 stages of development in your presentation
    Prenatal – conception to birth
    Neonatal – birth – 2nd week
    Infant – 2 weeks – 1 year
    Toddler – 1-3 years (12 months – 36 months)
    Preschooler – 3 – 6 years
    School Age – 6 – 12 years
    Teenager – 13 - 19
  • Rubric:
    Stops: 10 @ 5 points each: 50 points
    Pictures (digital/drawn)
    5 @ 5 points each 25 points
    Stages of development
    4 @ 5 points each 20 points
    Oral Presentation
    Optional: 10 points
    TOTAL POSSIBLE 105 points