In this lesson, students will create a detailed presentation to give to their community to get the final permission/support to build their project.

Trying to consider how the *lesson* is different from the first one (rather than just the presentation being different - what skills are we teaching here? that arent covered before? or is it just reinforcement?)

For Second Presentation:
- define what you want from the community - what would be nice, what you need
- make sure YOU know why you made all the decisions you did, and can justify them
- organize!
- create!
- this is more about proving its possible / asking for things whereas the other one was more about figuring out what you needed and making people think its a cool idea. maybe a beginning thing would be to have students give mini presentations about how they made the decisions for each part of the system, or for other projects they worked on

Stage 0 | Background discussion and research

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