Teachers can provide a list of ideas on a handout, website or through a visual slideshow presentation for 10th grade students in an English class. Ideas may range from working independently on a research paper or narrative piece of writing to a collaborative project that requires students to write a piece of work together or illustrate vocabulary words through a video, dramatic play or collage of photographs.
When providing potential topics for a project, teachers can use the students' experiences to engage them in an English course. For example, the teacher may assign students to write a reflection piece on a current event and then use visual aids or props to present their thoughts and ideas to their peers. Another potential 10th grade project for English students may include providing a group of students with a list of vocabulary words and asking them to create a poem or short story collaboratively using the assigned words. Additional project idea may prompt students to read books to an adult or senior citizen, interview a subject for a biography writing assignment, teach a grammar lesson to peers, present a debate on a particular topic with another student, or research an influential historical figure and compile a posterboard of facts and details to present.