1) Video: Documentary
Create a documentary video depicting major events in salvation history. Your video should mention and include a brief explanation of the following events:
Your video must be at least 10 minutes long and include each of these events in chronological order.
2) Art Gallery
Create a museum-quality art gallery illustrating one of the following topics:
Create a curated display of images of at least 10 museum-quality works of art that depict one of the topics listed above. For each of the art images, you will write a 120-word (1/2 page) analysis of that image, describing and explaining how the artist depicted that particular event or concept. You must include at least 3 symbolic aspects per image, with unique symbolic elements for each art image. For the art gallery, choose an electronic presentation form (Powerpoint, Prezi, Sway, etc.). You will give an oral presentation of your art gallery in class.
Note: Only one person per class may present on each particular topic in this category.
3) Faith and Science: Original Sin and Human Origins/Evolution
Create a Presentation Explaining:
Your presentation may be either a traditional written paper or it may be visual (Powerpoint, Prezi, Sway, etc.) with an accompanying oral explanation.
Research a Roman Catholic saint who has been canonized in the past 30 years based on two miracles. Create a presentation about that saint that includes the following:
Your presentation may be a traditional written paper or it may be visual (Powerpoint, Prezi, Sway, etc.) with an accompanying oral explanation.
Note: Only one person per class may present on a particular saint.
5) Something Else!
If you would like to investigate another topic related to the content we are covering this unit or have another idea for a project, please see Mrs. Jakubik. She'd love to hear your ideas!