1 – Week ending 14th February Week 3
Choose and record your choice of notable with your teacher.
To avoid a duplication, you may have to change your choice.
2 – Week ending 21st February Week 4
Gather information and read from internet and library. This should be verbatim – i.e. photocopied from the books you are using or cut and pasted from the internet using Table of Contents formatting. Remember to cite where information is taken from.
Submit copied information for marking.
3 – Week ending 28th February Week 5
Write your mini-biography of 50 words for the guests’ programme notes.
Remember: full name, dates, greatest achievement, how remembered today Make notes from your research material.
Note the Headings for each section.
Look for a portrait of your notable.
Submit notes, together with copied research material.
4 – Week ending 7th March Week 6
Write first draft of report about notable
Include what the notable brought to society.
Give a talk to show progress with research.
Bring his or her portrait to the class.
Continue with biography adding new information from the talk
5 – Week ending 14th March Week 7
Complete second draft of the biography
Compile the bibliography to put with it.
Submit second draft for marking
6 – Week ending 21st March Week 8
Work on your display headings and layout
and organize your costume
Continue with final copy of the Biography
Include the Bibliography
Submit 20 questions for the Curiosity Box
7 – Week ending 28th March Week 9
Complete display board and bring in for marking
Night of the notables – Friday 4th April Week 10
Come dressed, ready for the night.
Displays will be set up during the day.
Arrive at 6 for Parade of Notables at 6.05 p.m.
Sausage sizzle at 6:30
Stand at your display at 7.15 to answer questions