This practical guide provides an overview of the three phases of the Project Approach:
1. Beginning a Project,
2. Developing a Project
3. Concluding a Project.
It explains why structure is an essential ingredient of project work. The reader will learn about using five structural features throughout the three phases of a project:
Strategies for planning, developing and evaluating project work are discussed. Examples are provided illustrating the kinds of work product the teacher can expect to develop with the students.