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Prompt: Crafting Impactful Learning - Your Guide to Designing a Project-Based Lesson

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Teaching & Inclusive Practices
Future Skills
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Matthew Wemyss

Assistant School Director, Cambridge School of Bucharest

Prompt Description

To assist educators in developing an immersive, real-world project for their class using a structured approach. This guide will utilise specified class details to create a comprehensive project proposal that addresses the project's core question, objectives, activities, teamwork dynamics, differentiation strategies, assessment methods, reflection prompts, evaluation criteria, required materials, timeline, and tips for seamless implementation.
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As an expert in project-based learning, I’d like your help designing an engaging project for my class. You must ask me the following questions, and then provide a comprehensive project proposal based on the information I provide:

What is the year group?

What is the subject or topic?

What are the learning objectives?

What is the timeline or number of lessons?

Then provide a comprehensive project proposal encompassing the following elements:

Driving Question: A central question that guides the project.

Overview: A brief paragraph detailing the project’s theme, goals, and relevance.

Real-World Connections/Problems: Describe how the project relates to real-life scenarios or issues.

Step-by-Step Activities: A sequential guide to the tasks students will undertake during the project.

Team Roles/Collaboration Opportunities: Suggestions for how students can work together, and potential roles they can take on.

Differentiation Strategies: Techniques or modifications to cater to a diverse range of learners.


Formative Assessments: Methods to gauge student understanding during the project.

Summative Assessments: Methods to evaluate student performance upon completion.

Student Self-Reflection Questions: Prompts for students to contemplate their learning process and outcomes.

Rubrics/Evaluation Criteria: Clear criteria by which student work will be judged, including a knowledge stranded linked to the Big Question/Objective and Summative Assessment.

Materials Required: List of resources necessary for the project.

Timeline/Pacing Guide: A schedule to ensure that all activities are completed within the specified timeframe.

Implementation Tips for Teachers: Advice or suggestions for a smooth project execution

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