Building an Electric Motor.
-want it with a good design like every slide with some words to describe it.
-Professionally formatted Power Point slides.
-Pictures and video of your project.
-Spoken portions from everyone in your group, with smooth transitions in between.
-Information about your original motor design, observed weaknesses, improvements made and the rationale behind them, quantitative results, and conclusions. You might want to make recommendations about further improvements you would have tried with another week. Make all of this information flow together in a well-planned narrative.
– you should make it attractive, readable, professional slides.
-appropriate length and content.
-evidence of preparation.