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Your group's paper portfolio is a way of showing off the great work you have done on your computer.

Organize the work by section:


Plan and outcome:

Daily notes and information

Weekly Updates




Place all the work of your paper portfolio in a folder or ring binder so that it can be easily checked out.


Repairs Done

This page is a listing of what you did to the computer in the Fixing Broken Computers project.

Over the past month or so, you have done a lot of things to your computer.

Some of these repairs and upgrades relate to hardware and some of these repairs relate to the software of the computer.


In this group project, you will list out all of the repairs and upgrades that you have done to the computer.


You may find it helpful to list them out by theme:



Internal hardware

Operating system



In this individual project, you will reflect back on your work on the Fixing Broken Computers project.

This reflection should be at least 3-4 paragraphs long, each paragraph should be at least 6 sentences.


Here are some questions to guide you:

What did you know about repaing computers at the start of the project?

What did you do during the project?

How did working with another person affect the way you approached the project?

What did you learn from the project?

What is the most useful thing you learned from this project?

How did this project affect the way you view computers?


Your reflection should go into your paper portfolio with the rest of your group.

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