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El Camino
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El Camino Fundamental » Resources » The Creative Library » Creative Library 'iCENTER' » Academic Project

Academic Project

Connect Your Learning to an Academic Subject

  • Use your creativity and make a personal connection to an assignment
  • Examples could be a...
    • Build a model of an historical site you have learned about 
    • Create a painting related to a character or scene you have studied 
    • Perform a musical piece inspired by something you have read or learned 
    • Write a
      • story or
      • a poem or
      • an article in the voice of an author you have studied that you have connected to 
    • Create a video based on a scene or excerpt from literature or history that is meaningful to you 
    • Make a collage depicting a theme you are studying
    • Make a poster that shows a connectiion with what you have learned and something personal in your life
    • AND 
    • Many
    • Many
    • Many other possibilities!


  • Use the creative tools, resources, and the space in the Library to work on a project





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