For our mask project I hope to see a big out come on people showing up, and to feel very satisfied on all the hard work done. Seeing how many people want to check out our exhibition will make all the hard work seem worth it and important to carry on, which will bring on that satisfactory feeling. I hope we will be able to create some sort of interacting maze that brings out everything we have worked up to. Which is all the background knowledge we have done: the taking notes, the knowledge of culture, the knowledge of the cycle of socialization, and much much more.
I would really like to hear a parent say, “Wow! Those kids put forth a lot of effort. I can’t wait to go to another exhibition.” Hearing that would make my day. We have put forth a lot of effort and if our users can see the effort by still enjoying it, I feel like I will be inspired. It will also be a confirmation that we did put in all the necessary work needed. If a sociology professor was to walk in and learn something new and tell me or us as a 9th grade, “Huh, I didn’t know that I will need to remember that. “ or “Huh, I didn’t know that I will put that in my back pocket.” I think all of us would feel good. When your users are able to pick up what you are trying to teach them or inspire them to think about more and they do it, you feel accomplished and ready to move on.
I think to make sure that we are giving accurate information to our audience we will need to go over our readings that we have read in the past. And maybe take notes on important topics that we would like to pull across. Us as a 9th grade could take the initiative to look and see what they can do to better understand the cycle of socialization. Another way would be to make posters to constantly be able to look at and familiarize yourself with them.Then triple check that they are accurate, which could mean going online, looking through books, looking through all the readings that have been given to us through our background knowledge.