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Guiding Question

Checkpoint 2:

Guiding Question or Challenge Statement

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What is the one question which will guide this process of discovery and work? Or, what challenge will you be attempting to complete? For example: How does rock music effect the brain?

how does hammering hot metal change the metal chemistry?

Why do I care?

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You have a limited amount of time on the worldβ€”why is investigating this project worth the effort given your current goals? For example: I am interested in neuroscience and I am curious about how music can affect the brain and its function.

i'm interested in blacksmithing and i'd like to know what happens when i hammer and heat up a hot piece of metal

List 4 things you'd like to learn or be able to do by the end of this project.

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Most projects can cover a wide variety of science and humanities topics. Identify 4 skills and be ready to talk about them in your first Expert meeting for this project. The Experts will work with you to incorporate these.

  1. explain what happens when you heat up a piece of metal
  2. explain what happens when you hammer a piece of metal
  3. make better knives when i know what i'm actually doing to the chemistry
  4. teach other people how to make knives and explain what my project taught me

What 4 skills from the Wiki do these items translate to?

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Most projects can cover a wide variety of science and humanities topics. Identify 4 skills and be ready to talk about them in your first Expert meeting for this project. The Experts will work with you to incorporate these.

  1. knifemaking hobbies
  2. chemistry (properties of elements)
  3. why metal gets soft when you heat it (heat reactor)
  4. what happens to the chemistry when you heat/hammer it

Identify a mentor from the Mentor Network that you may like to engage with on this project:

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Our Mentor Network covers many project disciplines. If you're unsure who might be a good fit, consider asking Brandy when filling this out.

No mentors match

What will your final work product look like?

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What is the final output of your project? Beyond being something you can share in the public, the world is your oyster for what work products could look like. View

for inspiration.

a slideshow to explain what happens.

Checkpoint 2: Review

Did they include a paragraph on why they care?

This checkpoint is being reviewed by [Jaxon parker].

Is the guiding question:

open-ended?
ambitious?
focused on a specific topic?
non-judgmental?
Are there 4 legit sora skills tagged above?
Is someone from the mentor network suggested?
Is there a final workproduct?