1.- Acts have their own Consequences


All of you, once you finish your project will have a 5. It depends on your effort the final mark you will get. That's why it is VERY important to sign down the names of the active members and the personal notes. 

  • All the projects must have minimum 1 member.
  • All the projects must be done in English.
  • You all must be active workers.
  • Think carefully the members of your group (Maximum 4).
  • Decide a name for your group2.
  • Decide a working plan and group rules from the very beginning. Make a planning means:  decide how you are going to work, when, where, with which material, ...
  • If one member breaks the rules after three warnings, this gets out immediately. S/he can get back with no punishment.
  • If one member breaks three times the rules after three warnings, this gets out immediately and for ever. S/he CANNOT get back to the group.
  • You must accept others' opinions if most of the group agrees. If you don't agree, talk about it!
  • Read carefully all the sections, make sure you understand. Before starting anything, share impressions about what you are going to do and accept other's proposals if they are going to be better or helpful.


2.- Name of your group: This is going to be a name of a very known picture. We are going to work together on this.


3.- Project must have:


Table of Contents

  1. Introduction .- What is your project about (No more than five lines)
  2. Project Information .- Present a summary  about information you have found about the topic. (Facts Writing) Pictures / Videos might be added.
  3. Professional Information .- Write down the information given by experts. (Facts Writing)
  4. Interview Transcription / Audio
  5. Obtained Results (Facts Presentation)
  6. Obtained Results (Conclussion) .- Comment the obtained results.
  7. Personal Opinion .- Read again everything you have collected, debate, discuss with your group about it, try to think in pros and cons, ... get a final conclusion. 'In our opinion, ... / From our point of view, ...' and write it down.
  8. Webgraphy and Contact List
  9. Who did/made what .- Here is where you are going to explain honestly who was in charge of what. How did you manage to do the project? When did you meet? Where did you meet? How long? Did you decide to work individually? Did you decide to share the parts? ...
  10. Write down important things you have learnt about it and what would you like to do with that information.

Project Information: It might help you if you answer to these questions: When - Who - Where - What - Why -  - Which - How - .

i.e: Last Friday 13th of October a group of 6th grade in Sa Coma surroundings started a project about ... because they wanted to understand which effects ... and how did this change our organism... Here we are going to present the most important facts we have learnt / and the conclusions we get are:


Information must be presented by using the grammar structures presented in your topic.


We are going to learn how to ...


  1. create an avatar
  2. write an e-mail adding a file.
  3. write a e-mail to different people (cc) at the same time.
  4. create a questionnaire by using google docs or any other app.
  5. add a link by using a word or an image.
  6. calculate % (percentages) by the time we need to summarize.
  7. create a QR in order to send information in a brief way.
  8. calculate averages by the time we need to get results.