You Can Do It Project Diary . Lucy Woods. 6 th September 2011. Planning.
You Can Do It Project Diary
18th October 2011
18th October 2011
In this lesson I continued to develop the aesthetic appearance of my database and ensure that the questions were not biased and could be easily answered and fitted onto one page. I divided the pages into sections under the titles ‘Eating Well’, ‘Getting Active’ and ‘Feeling Good’ – the aims of the small steps for life programme. It was then distributed to the public in order to obtain results.
I started to input all the information I obtained from the Questionnaire into a spread sheet on Excel. Ensuring that each cell had a drop down box of options using data validation. I have used the contingency time in my plan to complete this section.
In the case of this COUNTIF I made a name range called ‘gender’ and selected ‘males’ in order to obtain the number of males who had taken part in the survey.
I continued my spread sheet by making graphs with explanations underneath. I will refer back to these throughout the project.
I then created a PowerPoint of evidence showing what I did to make my spreadsheet and insure it works.
I then created a meal card encouraging people to try new foods. I decided to take foods from food groups that were not extremely popular in my survey. I also took a original image of my meals and included GDA guidelines.
I then created an ‘information point’ to introduce an Olympic value and the SmallSteps4Life programme. It encourages students to take up a challenge. I am currently on track to complete this project in time for the deadline.
I then designed a challenge card ensuring that the aesthetic appearance was appealing. This card was decide with the purpose that a student will be encouraged to take up a challenge for four weeks. This will be the challenge card that allows them to keep a record of their progress over the four weeks.
During these two final months I worked hard on improving my project, creating an e-portfolio and writing a review of the entire project.