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Making a Table of Contents

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Making a Table of Contents for a Portfolio

 

These are the instructions I give to students. By this point, they have selected the work they want to include in the portfolio and brainstormed on post-its how each work demonstrates learning.

 

Step One: Put your work in the order in which you will be presenting it to me. The organization you select is up to you - you may decide to put it in the order that the skills are listed on the portfolio description handout I gave you. You are free though to decide on other methods of organization.

 

Step Two: After the work is in the order in which you will be presenting it, come see me and I will give you little square white stickers. These stickers go on the top right hand corner of each piece of work (not page). You will then number each work from 1 to you reach the end of your work.

 

Step Three: On a separate piece of paper, write "Table of Contents" at the top of the page. Name each work on the left hand side of the page and write the corresponding number on the right hand side of the page. (I show various Tables of Contents to demonstrate how this is done).

 

Once students have the work numbered and the Table of Contents written, they put it in a binder or a folder with the three hole fasteners. They are then ready to work on writing the presentation.

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