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Dec 8, 2022


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The final project is to start your planning for next semester and discuss what you learned in SAS100AX this semester. This project should take 2-3 hours to complete, will be formatted as a PowerPoint, Video, or Podcast (see requirements below), and is worth 10% of your final grade. Plan ahead so that you have enough time to complete all components of the project. You will not be presenting these in class. This project will be completed individually and you will need to upload your own project to D2L.
Presentation Instructions:
Create a weekly planner for your schedule next semester. You can model it on this form. Include all your classes, anticipated work schedule, and anything else you already know about (club meetings, fraternity/sorority obligations, band practice, etc.)time spent in each of your classes
your homework time for all classes
work and/or extracurricular activities
family and friends
rest and relaxation
planning for the upcoming week (e.g. half-hour Sunday evenings)
any other important obligations
Which spring-semester class are you looking forward to the most? Why?
Which class are you most concerned about? Why?
What resources will be available for you to get help with your most-challenging class?
What are three strategies you have learned about in SAS100AX that will be helpful in addressing those or other challenges in future classes? For each strategy, explain why and how it will help–give supporting examples as needed.
Have fun and be creative! The instructions are a checklist of items, but that doesn’t mean the project should be formatted like a dry, boring checklist. This information is directly related to you, so put your own spin on it. Be wacky, sarcastic, silly, odd, comedic, or any other interesting adjective that makes your presentation interesting to read, watch, or listen to. Here are some formats you could try: Marvel movie, newspaper, comic strip, news broadcast, rom-com, cooking show, ESPN broadcast, radio show, game show, in the voice of your favorite character/author, poem/song, an advertisement, a children’s book, etc.
Choose ONE format for submission (please make sure I can access your submission!):
Slide Show Presentation (.ppt or .pdf only, do not submit a Google slides link)
At least 7 slides (title, works cited, thank you, or any random filler slides do not count as part of the 7 slides). Avoid slides with too much or too little text. Some items may need two or three slides, while others only need one.
Content should include relevant text and visuals.
For Google Slides option: Do not share the Google slides with your instructor via email. You must choose “download as PDF” (.pdf) and submit on D2L.
Helpful resources for fun, creative presentation templates: Slidesgo
5-10 Minute Video (.mp4 only)
5-10 Minute Podcast (.mp3 only)
Have another idea? Talk to your instructor for approval in advance if you’d like to submit an alternate format (TikTok, infographic, digital poster, etc.)
***Transferring to another institution next semester?
Use this project as an opportunity to look into the transfer process and the classes you will take with you to the new institution. Include information about the name of the institution, how many units needed to be full time, which UA units will transfer, when/how you will take the math placement test for the new institution, and who you need to talk to for help with transfer credits. Please be sure to answer question 5 from the above list.


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