Senior Project

I have to do a senior project and i was thinking about doing it on how to sew with a sewing machine. Do you think it's a good idea? Any suggestions?

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7 replies since 12th January 2009 • Last reply 12th January 2009

It depends on what the rules are with your senior project. Do you already know how to sew on a sewing machine, or are you going to learn? Or if you already know, are you going to make something special, or maybe teach others to sew?

For my senior project, our instructions were to think of something we've always wanted to do. I learned how to develop film, another girl adapted a family's home for the son who was in a wheelchair, another guy built his own motorcycle from scrap parts, and another girl learned Javascript and programmed a game using it.

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its really no rules you just have to get the topic approved. they say some of the best ones are when a person does something. i don't know how to sew and have always wanted to learn and i would have something to show when i present my project.

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we have something like that, only its in 8th and 11th grade called the personal project

im writing 3 short stories XD

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I don't get what a Senior Project is... Are you doing it in a particular class? Like English or Art or Science?

What does it count towards? I'm probably not the best to help with this, ha.

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Its for english vi it can be any subject tho. i have to write a report and do a presentation. We have to do it to graduate.

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Yeah ours is like that, only you can do whatever you want.

I don't really like it :/

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Well my advice would be to do something you're passionate about and have a really strong opinion about. There's no point doing something unless your heart is totally in it.

If I was doing an essay I would start with a statement like "Barak Obama is racist." and then I would find a few points which support this argument and really stretch those out, and ignore all other evidence to counteract that (which, obviously in this case... is quite a lot.) The whole fun of an essay is that you can literally say whatever on earth you like, no matter how absurd it sounds but provided you have things to support your argument, no matter how small they are, and it's your own opinion, you can't be told you're wrong.

To clarify, I do not believe that Barak Obama is a racist.

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