Timeline to assist you in staying on track
Module 2 – Jan. 20-26: Begin brainstorming ides/topic focus.
Module 3 – Jan. 27-Feb. 2: Lock in project and Identify (3) three films for review featuring your semester project study.
Module 4 – Feb. 3 – 9: Identify 4 – 6 (four-six) strong sources for your semester project (print, online articles, audio, video sources are acceptable). Do not use Wikipedia. If you use IMBD, you should still add 4-6 more sources. These sources should be posted on a separate discussion board post.
Module 5 – Feb. 10 -16: By this module you should have screened and made notes on one-two of your project films.
Module 6 – Feb. 17 – 23: Should have viewed two-three of your semester project films. Identify 4 – 6 (four-six) strong research sources for your semester project film (print, online articles, audio, and video sources are acceptable). Do not use Wikipedia. If you need guidance, ask me well before this date. The Dover Library has a variety of research options available.
Module 7 – Feb. 24 – March 2: Should begin working on incorporating notes and research into a draft. All three film should have been viewed.
Module 8 – March 3-9: Begin fine tuning first draft.
Module 9 – March 10-16: Edit, edit, edit project and make sure your project is focused.
Module 10 – March 17-23: First draft of project should be complete. You may submit to me for feedback.
Module 11 – March 24-30: The second draft of your semester project should be ready. You may submit to me for feedback.
Module 12 – March 31 -April 6: Work towards final draft.
Module 13 – April 7-13: Finish final draft
April 18: Final project due (no late work accepted)