Current Courses (TLE) & Final Projects
- Comic Prose: Students will create their very own superhero or villain and create a presentation that explores their character.
- Horror Lit: Students will create an original 1000 word horror story, and record or present it to the class.
- Dystopian Lit: Students will create an original 1000 word dystopian story and record or present it to the class.
- Through My Eyes: Students will create narrative essays using a college essay format.
- Dehumanizing Hate: Students will create a photo essay showing the humanity of a marginalized group.
- SLAM: Students will create and perform an original slam poem that they will then record or present to the class.
- Scripted: Students will write and perform an original 5-minute play that they will then record or present to the class.
- Chemistry of Art: Students will create an art gallery featuring original artwork that they made by developing their own art supplies through chemical reactions.
- Evolution Museum: Students will create a virtual museum exhibit for an animal and its evolutionary traits.
- Feeding the Future: Students will take what they learned to make a healthy meal and explain why the food choices they made are healthy.
- Plant Power: Students will research, design, then build their own greenhouse to grow a plant.
- "Greater"-Ade: Students will use chemical reactions to create and perfect a new formula for Gatorade.
- The Happiness Project: Students will examine their lives and create a "rewirement" challenge that will encourage them to perceive daily situations differently and work towards happiness.
- Introducing Invaders: Students will observe their local environment and identify solutions to the problems caused by invasive species.
- Catapult Algebra: Students will build a catapult with a varying component that can be used to mathematically predict the distance the catapult will fire in a class-wide competition.
- You Auto Know: Students will research two cars for a client within a certain budget and compare things like price, loan terms, depreciation, fuel expenses, insurance premiums, and maintenance.
- Payday Loans: Students will create a smartphone application that will help others bridge a knowledge gap in financial literacy that they will have researched throughout the term.
- Does College Make Cent$: Students will explore and compare two potential college & career options from an in-depth financial perspective and present them to the class.
- To Raise or Not To Raise: Students will craft an argument on whether or not to raise the minimum wage using financial and economic mathematical reasoning and will use this argument to debate a fellow classmate.
- X Marks The Spot: Students will create a scavenger hunt for their peers utilizing linear functions and trigonometric ratios to describe how to get from place to place.
- Fall River Trail: Students will create and present a proposal for a new historical monument in the city of Fall River.
- Unlocking Political Ad Campaigns: Students will analyze political advertisements and create a storyboard for an original political advertisement.
- Fake News: Students will create a Padlet that explores and analyzes several news articles for political bias.
- Voting Rights: Students will draft universal voting rights and then create an original campaign/proposal.
- Students & The Law: Students will take part in a moot court to explore relevant legal issues.