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Physical Project Self-Evaluation

Name Hunter LIENAU Date 5/3/218

1. Date project started: July 4th 2017

2. Date project ended: May 3rd 2018

3. Estimated total hours spent on project: 142

4. Look back at your task analysis. Look at your planned steps.


Time Involved in each task:

Step 1 Restained Deck


Step 2 Poured Cement
Step 3 New Carpet
Step 4 Painting
Step 5 Open House

5. Materials (if any) used: House, workers, money.

6. List the people who helped you. Please put a star (*) by all those who could
potentially help future seniors.

Mother, Father, *John Buckingham

7. Please give a number response of “1” to “10” with 10 meaning “a great deal” and “1” meaning
“not at all” or put NA (not applicable)

A. How much did your mentor help? 8


B. Have others helped you as well? 10
C. Did the task analysis help you plan your project? 7
D. Would you recommend your project area for future seniors? 10
E. Please explain your answer in letter “D.”
It's always nice to learn how to sell and renovate homes because some people might want to not
stay in the same spot forever.

8. Would you feel threatened to show your project to an expert for evaluation?

No

If yes, why?

If no, why not?

I believe I’ve done enough research to please any expert in this field and if i've made a mistake
anywhere I would like an expert to point it out and help me even further.

9. List three things you now know after completing this project.

1. How to renovate houses.

2. How to communicate with realtors.

3. How to make a house look presentable.

10. List any personal satisfaction or knowledge you gained from this experience.

1. Since I’m going into a military career I’m going to have to get used to moving
around this project will help me later in life.

2. I got to contribute to a budget and learn how to manage the money in the budget.

3. I learned how the housing market works.

11. What comments about your project have you heard from students, parents, teachers, or
community members? For example: “I never knew you knew so much about motors.”

1. Your selling your house?

2. Why?
3. That’s new

12. Describe what risks you took in completing this project. Consider not only a physical risk,
but an emotional or intellectual challenge.
I felt if I messed something up it would put a strain in our budget which I would have to
compensate for.

13. List or describe any problems you encountered.


We couldn't find the paint that the original owners used so we had to repaint all the rooms.

How did you handle these problems?


Biting the bullet.
14. Is your project original or creative in any way? If yes, explain how.
Yes, definitely, how often do you run across an 18-year-old help selling a house.

15. How do you feel about having your paper, project, and evaluation form on file as a model
for next year’s students? Explain why or why not.
I would be very happy; my project can show some kids that there really is not a limit to the
senior project.

16. If given the opportunity, what would you do differently now that you speak from
experience?

Done more research beforehand and not run into it blind

17. Beyond the project itself, what did you learn about yourself?

That we as a society kind of take houses for granted.

18. What grade would you give yourself for your project? Justify your grade in about 25 words.

My grade: A

Justification for my grade:


I came home every day and tried my hardest to complete as much as I could. To impress my
mentor and my parents. To retain the knowledge of the housing market, making being a realtor a
job opportunity in my future.