These exemplars are from Good Shepherd Lutheran College, Darwin.
They are suggestions only for helping you with your project.
See also the Global Context tab for more sample projects
|Identity and relationships||Examine the question: "Why does rap speak to me?"|
|Orientation in space and time||Explore the development of rap as a style of music across continents|
|Personal and cultural expression||Perform a rap song for peers and have a question and answer session|
|Scientific and technical innovation||Design a 3D model of a solar device with instructions for construction|
|Orientation in space and time||Investigate how, in history, different cultures have made use of energy for different needs|
|Globalisation and sustainability||Debate Herve Kempf's ideas about "how the rich are destroying the Earth"|
Make sure your goal is challenging and achievable. The goal does not have to mention a product. A challenging goal should provide inspiration for a number of different products that could be created in order to achieve the goal.
|Fairness and Development||
To improve the life of financially disadvantaged teenage girls in a foreign country.
|Personal and Cultural Expression||To introduce people to personal expression through playing a musical instrument|
|Orientation in Space and Time||To further build the knowledge of the holocaust to create a greater understanding of current war zones around the world|
|Identities and Relationships||To raise awareness of muscular dystrophy in the wider community|
|Personal and Cultural Expression||To convey emotions through music|
|Fairness and Development||To encourage others to think of those less fortunate who suffer from alopecia and improve their quality of life|
|Identities and Relationships||To improve the wellbeing of teenagers|
|Personal and Cultural Expression||To explore a culture through learning a language|
|Personal and Cultural Expression||To contribute to the aesthetics of a family home|