|Ort Gutman High School
My real name is Shachar Levy and I'm 17 years old single. I live in Netanya. I have three brothers and two cats.
When I come back home, I usually play on the computer and watch movies.
In my spare time I hang out with my friends having fun.
Homework is a minor subject which can wait for me to be done quitely.
What will the project look like when it is finished?
The project will include ALL of the following elements:
- an attractive cover page
- a table of contents
- an introduction (about a page) which will include, why you chose the topic you chose, and WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS THAT YOU PLAN TO ANSWER IN THE PAPER
- the main body of the project - which will essentially be the answers to the questions presented in the introduction. (3-5 pages - based on at least 4 sources for 5 pointers, and 3 sources for 4 pointers)
- Conclusions/Reflection (about ½ - 1 page)
- Creative part of the project which could be a collage of photos, crossword puzzle, a poem you wrote, a dance you created, musical piece, a made up interview or real survey you conducted or any other creative and original work you developed.
- A Bibliography. (a list of the sources you used for your paper)
- Appendix with photocopies/printouts of all the sources used for the paper. You must show that you have read the sources, by using highlighting, margin notes, and a list of main points of each source
Students will make a short oral presentation about their projects to the class. (More on this later)
((note | What are you doing your bagrut project on and with whom, Shahar? --Nellie Deutsch 14:44, 20 March 2009 (UTC)}}
Book Sharing Project
Iv'e been a part of the book sharing project where I was chatting with my partner from the U.S.A. about the hollocaust events and mainly on the book "Night" (Written by Eli Wiesel).
We (The Stundents) were given questions from our teachers and answered them as well, while disscussing with our partners and finalizing our answers.
I had great feeling of satisfaction when I was given the choice of communicating with other students from anoter country/State; It really does give you a good feeling when you see you're handling your skills of expression in English.
I look forward of communicating with people around the world, sharing my ideas and my point of view, even tough they don't answer back.
"And in case I don't see ya: Good afternoon, good evening, and good night!"
--nelliemuller 14:37, 1 November 2008 (UTC)