With this project I wish to see groups working hard to get tasks done. I want there to be no interruptions and no distractions when I'm working, and I want to see everyone get along. I also want the final product of this exhibition to be a spectacular event and to mind blow the community members. I feel like if we can do all these things and collaborate with our groups, this exhibition with be professional, fun, and one to remember. Not to mention it will be like no other exhibition out there by project based schools.
I would like to hear a parent say “You knocked it out of the park!”, or “Very interesting and Fun”. I want the parents to be amazed and give many good comments to us. It would make us feel better about our work. Their reactions will reflect on how well we work. The first thing they say should determine whether they appreciated our exhibition or not. I almost guarantee that if we all work hard, the parents will love it. As for the sociology professors. I want them to be informed. I want them to come to this exhibition and have fun while learning and reading what us 9th graders have taken from this project and how much we've learned on this subject. If so it would be amazing if we actually thought the professors something new, I doubt that we will because they know so much. But you never now, with the knowledge that we've taken away and will remember might shine a spark in their brains!
We can be sure that we're presenting accurate info by for one, of course checking our information and making sure nothing is missed out or nothing fits. Info also needs to have a reference and checking these references and determine whether we are giving accurate into to these community members. We of course don't want to boggle their minds with false information. We can also give evidence, for example; pictures or scenarios to make sure and prove that we know what this means and we know how it works. Evidence and checking references are the main way I feel we can make sure we give accurate info.