Docstoc

Activities

Document Sample
Activities Powered By Docstoc
					Activities
This unit has been adapted from ‘Designing Brain Compatible Learning’ by Terence Parry and Gayle Gregory. Information on this model can be found on the SACSA website (http://www.sacsa.sa.edu.au)

Activity 1 – Setting the context - Initial discussion How and why do we celebrate?
Discussing and sharing information about events that are celebrated within the class and school community ensures that prior knowledge and experiences are valued and acknowledged as part of this work. These initial discussions may provide a springboard for future work in the class.

Discuss with learners
• What special events do you celebrate with your family? Do you know anyone who celebrates the same or different events? In small groups, learners brainstorm a list of events that they celebrate with their families, and share responses with the rest of the group. Learners discuss events that are celebrated by people in the class – there may be festivals that some students are not familiar with. Students can share information about festivals and events that are celebrated within their families and the local community. • Do you know why you celebrate these events? How do you celebrate? Do different people celebrate the same event in a different way? Learners discuss the origins or reasons for celebrations (if they are known), or, alternatively write questions that they can find answers to later, or ask their family about. • What celebration is your favourite? Why is that? What makes that celebration special? Learners design a poster describing their favourite celebration. Details may include the type of celebration, the time of year it is held and the reason the celebration is held Why do you think it is important that we celebrate different festivals and events? Celebrations and festivals are very important to the different cultures that celebrate them. How can we find out the significance of the different celebrations that are important to the people in our school community? Answers may include: Look information up on the Internet, talking to people from different cultures and countries, using an encyclopaedia, etc.

Learners brainstorm festivals / events that they know about and that they celebrate, and the information they know about each. As new facts are discovered during this topic the initial concept map can be added to.
www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

1

The information generated by students at this time can be used to begin a concept map that demonstrates prior knowledge and can be added to and modified to as necessary.

Activity 2 – Getting organised!
Strategies
Educators may choose to employ particular strategies to enable students to manage time and resources effectively.

Strategy 1 Forming teams
Learners form teams of 3 - 5 students. Teams can be formed in a number of ways, for example: • • • • Friendship Free choice, with some negotiated requirements (eg, gender balance, year level balance) ‘Chance’ (for example, names out of a hat) According to the particular celebration students are interested in.

When teams are formed, students receive their ‘Celebration Challenge’… that is, the complete list of tasks for the unit of work. Learners will then choose a selection of these tasks to complete.

Strategy 2 Negotiating student contracts…
One strategy to support learners in managing their time and resources is through the development of a contract , outlining specific tasks and the skills and strategies that are being foregrounded in the unit of work A contract system can be used to: • Foreground particular skills and understandings. • Manage time and resources Class groups negotiate how contracts are developed, depending on the availability of resources, and the emphasis that is placed on certain elements. For example, if there is a strong ICT focus, then learners may emphasis the use of a range of ICTs in their contract. If the focus is on working on tasks that engage learners in using higher order thinking skills, the contract can reflect this.

Smiley faces…

☺ indicate a task that engages learners with extension activities. Minimum expectations need to be clarified, for example, it is expected that at least 2 ☺ tasks are chosen.
Activity 3 - Planning time…
After teams have been formed and the tasks in the ‘Celebration Challenges’ explained, it is important for students to plan ahead – choosing the tasks they will do, the timeline for doing so and the role of each team member. It is now that students can clarify roles and responsibilities within their group, and submit a plan, which will be negotiated, (see Resource 2 – Team planner) that outlines how they will approach the tasks. This helps to
www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

2

ensure that the workload is fairly distributed. It is at this stage that students can also consider resources that they may require and book them in advance if necessary. Of course, all plans change sometimes and the way in which students approach tasks may change, but if they have a plan that they agreed on they will at least have a framework in which to begin. The plan will also enable learners to continue working if other members of their team are absent.

The activities…
Tasks have been sorted according to Andersons revised Taxonomy (formerly Blooms), which develops a broad range of lower and higher order thinking skills and processes. - for more information re Blooms revised taxonomy see: . Learning to Think, Thinking to Learn – Models and Strategies to develop a Classroom Culture of Thinking – (Michael Pohl), 2000, Hawker Brownlow Education. ISBN: 1 74025 048 6 Tasks have been included around 3 themes in this unit of work, but can easily be adapted to suit other celebrations that students are interested in learning more about. The 3 themes included are: • • • Christmas The Olympics Celebrations

Through the completion of a range of tasks and sharing of new knowledge, the class as a whole develops a good understanding of the particular celebration / s that are being focused on. Remember, the tasks with task.

☺ next to them indicate an extra challenge regarding that

Christmas
Remembering Can learners recall information?

Acrostic Christmas…
Write an acrostic poem using the word ‘Christmas’ as your starting point. Publish you work. You could use a word processing program such as ‘Word’ or ‘Claris Works’ to publish your work… or even Kid Pix and use the pencil tool to write the word down the side of your page!

Who am I?
Write a ‘Who Am I’ or a ‘What am I’ for something to do with Christmas. For example: What Am I? I can be found in many homes near Christmas time I often have a star on top of me I am decorated with tinsel I often have presents under me I am a… Publish your puzzles as cards that can be laminated – with the clues on one side and the answer on the back. You could make your cards exactly the same size by drawing one box in a word processing or drawing program, and then copying and pasting as many boxes as you need.

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

3

Reversing Christmas…
The answer is Christmas Write 5 questions. For example, December 25 is ----------Day.

An Alphabetic Christmas…
Write the letters of the alphabet down the side of a page and think of a Christmas word that starts with each letter. You can choose 4 letters of the alphabet to leave out, if you need to.

☺ Use ALL of the letters in the alphabet.
Understanding Can students explain ideas or concepts?

Make a jigsaw puzzle!
Draw a picture that, to you, represents Christmas. Use a drawing program such as Kid Pix. Print and then glue your picture onto card and make into a jigsaw. Your picture could represent Christmas in another country, or, if your family celebrates Christmas, it could show how your family celebrates. If the pieces can be laminated your puzzle will last a lot longer. Remember, the smaller you make your pieces, the harder your puzzle will be to put together! Does it make the puzzle easier or harder if all the pieces are exactly the same shape (for example, all squares)? Who will be solving your puzzle? If you know that, it will help you to decide how difficult to make the puzzle.

Find-A-Christmas-Word
Make a find-a-word using 20 words associated with Christmas. Maybe a spreadsheet program would be a good program to use, as the cells would make it easy to line up your letters. Or, can you think of another way?

Cartoons…
Draw a cartoon strip that tells a humorous story about Christmas. Maybe Santa gets lost while he is delivering presents or the reindeers go on strike! Draw your cartoon using a program like Kid Pix Studio or use the drawing tools in Word or Claris Works. Is there another way you could design your cartoon?

Applying Can students use new knowledge in another familiar situation?

Check out a cool website!
Explore www.northpole.com and complete a personalised story about Christmas. Use this site to record 5 facts / observations / questions about Christmas.

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

4

Have you played my game?
Design a game that will educate people about Christmas. It could be a board game like Snakes and Ladders, or Monopoly. It could be a question and answer game like Trivial Pursuit. Or, it could be a card game. What do you want to teach people about Christmas? If you know what you want to teach people it will make it easier to design your game.

What name do you give Santa?
Santa is called many different names around the world! Find out different names for Santa, and where he is called that name. How could you share this information?

Level 4: Analysing Can learners differentiate between constituent parts?

Christmas Around the World
Compare how Christmas is celebrated in 3 different countries around the world. http://www.christmas.com/worldview/ explains how Christmas is celebrated around the world. What is similar about the way these countries celebrate Christmas? What is different? Decide how to publish your work. You could use a drawing program to design a poster.

☺Contrast the way Christmas is celebrated in Australia and the United Kingdom. How is
the celebration the same? Explain why there might be a difference.

Christmas in July!
News headline: Christmas

Day CHANGED to JULY 25th in Australia

Think of at least 5 possible consequences / problems and your solutions to these. Write a newspaper article that reports on this piece of news

Evaluating Can students justify a decision or course of action?

Is Christmas over commercialised? Should everyone celebrate Christmas?
Argue… Christmas in Australia is over commercialised and this has destroyed the Christmas spirit. All people who live in Australia should celebrate Christmas. Debate and present your argument (for and against). You might design a slideshow or a PowerPoint presentation, a poster or a speech. Remember to present both sides of your argument.

Aliens Land on Earth!
An alien has landed on Earth from outer space! The Alien has landed on December 25th and wants you to explain all about Christmas. How would you explain it? What information would you tell the alien? What would you show the alien? Present a range of views.
www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

5

Creating Can learners generate new products, ideas or ways of viewing things?

Zoomin’ a letter to Santa!
Write a letter to Santa, suggesting a more technologically efficient way of receiving Christmas wishes from children all over the world.

☺ Draw a labelled diagram of an invention to help Santa sort his mail.
Santa’s New Sleigh!
Design a model of the ‘Year 2010’ sleigh that Santa can use to zip around the world in half the time he usually takes. Does this design still use the reindeers? Where will the presents be stored? How could a laptop help Santa with navigation?

A new Christmas invention…
List the attributes of a Christmas tree and a Star Christmas Tree Usually green Furry Shiny Pointy A star

Combine the attributes of these objects to make a new invention. What is your invention used for? Who would use it? How does your invention contribute to society?

Design an advertisement (could be a printed advertisement, a banner for a website or a TV commercial) to sell your new invention. Who do you think would want to buy it? Where would you advertise?

☺

Holiday in Adelaide for Christmas!
Design a travel brochure to entice people to visit Adelaide for Christmas. What are the great tourist attractions that people could visit? Why is South Australia a terrific place to visit? Decide how you will present your brochure and then decide on the different resources you need to use. Will you include digital photos? Links to web sites about South Australia? Which attractions will you include information about? Which attractions would be best to visit at Christmas time (summer)?

Oh NO! Last minute orders for toys! Can you help Santa?
Imagine Father Christmas has received a last minute order for extra toys. The elves are too busy to make extra toys so Father Christmas needs to make a machine that can do it for them. Design a toy-making machine and draw the plans ready to send to Father Christmas. What toy does your machine make? Draw your plans using a drawing program like Kid Pix. How will you decide what toy to make? Which toy would be the most popular? Are certain toys more popular with boys / girls? Why do you think that is?

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

6

☺Survey a class at your school to find out what toy they would most like to receive. Make a
graph of your results using a spreadsheet program like Claris Works or Excel. Design an advertisement to sell your new toy-making machine. Who do you think would be interested in buying it? Where would you advertise?

☺

Olympics
Remembering Can learners recall information?

An Olympic brainstorm…
Brainstorm as many Olympic sports as you can. Include sports from the Summer Olympics, Paralympics and the Winter Olympics.

Dear …
Write a letter to an Olympic athlete, asking them questions about the sport they play and the training that they need to undertake to reach Olympic standard. How can you find an address for your athlete so that you can post the letter?

☺Can you can find an address and post / email the letter?
Which sport is the most popular?
Find out what Olympic Sports are the most popular in your class by conducting a survey. How can you share what you find out? Why is this information interesting? Is there a difference, for example, between the sports boys and girls like to watch? If so, why do you think that is?

Olympic Memories…
Describe an Olympic Games memory to your class. You could do this by talking to your class, designing a poster, writing a poem or writing a story.

Olympic Games Treasure Hunt!
Use the website www.olympics.org to answer these questions about the Olympics… • • • • How many athletes competed at the Athens Games in 1896? How about Sydney 2000? Why is Bill Roycroft an Olympic Games hero? What was extra special about the achievement of Birgit Fischer at the Olympic Games? When did women first compete at the Olympics?

☺Use this site to write questions about the Olympic Games for others to answer. Write
questions that will help others to learn about how the Olympic movement has progressed. They may be questions that relate to women competing, or equality in the Olympic Games, or special athletes that have inspired other people. You could focus on the Para Olympics and the Winter Olympics, as well as the Summer Olympics.
www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

7

Reversing the Olympics…
Write a set of ‘reverse questions’… For example… The answer is The Winter Olympics Write 5 questions.

Alphabetic Olympics…
Write the letters of the alphabet down the side of a page and think of an ‘Olympics’ word that starts with each letter. You can choose 4 letters of the alphabet to leave out, if you need to.

☺Use 25 letters of the alphabet!
Understanding Can students explain ideas or concepts?

Our Olympic Flag!
Design a flag for your ‘Celebration’ team. Use a program like Kid Pix Studio to design the flag, or create a ‘one off’ hand painted design… Flags are used to represent countries, states, clubs, groups of people. Most flags have a history attached to them that explains why that flag is important to that country or group of people. How can your flag represent what is important to your team? Think about the colours you use and the features of your design. Why are they important? http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/school_bell/social_studies/flags/ - a comprehensive list of Internet resources relating to flags.

Applying Can students use new knowledge in another familiar situation?

An Olympic Game!
Design a game that will educate people about the Olympic Games. It could be a board game like ‘Snakes and Ladders’, or Monopoly. It could even be a question and answer game like ‘Trivial Pursuit’. Or, it could be a card game. What do you want to teach people about the Olympic Games? If you know what you want to teach people, it will make it easier to plan your game.

How do you play…?
Find out the rules for an Olympic sport you enjoy watching. Display the rules in enough detail so that someone can watch the sport and understand how the game is played.

The Olympic Motto
The Olympic motto is ‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’, which means ‘Faster, Higher, Stronger’. What do you think this motto represents? Design a poster that illustrates and explains the Olympic motto.

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

8

Who is your hero?
Choose an Olympic Hero from the website: www.olympics.org . Write a profile on this athlete to share with others. Include the following information: Name Birthplace Why is this athlete an Olympic hero? Date of birth Olympic appearances Why did you choose this athlete as your Olympic hero? Sport Awards How can this athletes life inspire other people in their lives?

Analysing Can learners differentiate between constituent parts?

What difference does 108 years make? Athens 1896 V Athens 2004
The Olympics are back in Athens! Compare the 1896 lympic Games with the 2004 Games. What was different? What was the same? Use www.olympics.org to help you. Some comparisons could include:

Comparison
Number of athletes Number of women athletes What were winning Olympians presented with? How many sports were represented? Who officially opened the games? How many GOLD medals did Australia win?

Athens, 1896

Athens, 2004

☺Use your comparisons to predict the Olympic Future…
Predicting the Olympic future…
What new sport do you think might be played at the Olympics in 100 years time? Explain the rules and illustrate this sport

☺At the Olympics in 100 years time… How many athletes might compete? How
will they be transported to the Olympic Games? Where do you think the Olympics will be held? Will the Olympic Games ever be held on the moon? Why or why not?

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

9

Only 8 sports at the Olympics!
News headline: THE NEXT OLYMPIC GAMES WILL FEATURE ONLY 8 DIFFERENT SPORTS
Think of at least 5 possible consequences / problems and your solutions to these. Publish your work. List the 8 sports that you think should be at the next Olympics, and your reasons for choosing them. They do not need to be sports that are already played at Olympic level.

☺

News headline: THE NEXT OLYMPIC GAMES WILL BE HELD ON THE MOON
Think of at least 5 possible consequences / problems and your solutions to these. Publish your work.

Evaluating Can students justify a decision or course of action?

Is winning the most important thing?
Choose one of the following statements to debate… Debate: It is more important to win medals for your country than to enjoy playing sport. No country should be allowed to have more than 30 athletes competing at the Olympic Games Countries should be automatically able to host the Olympic Games, rather than having to put in submissions and applications. That way, every country will get a turn. Present your argument (for and against) as 2 teams, each presenting one side of the argument.

Creating Can learners generate new products, ideas or ways of viewing things?

How can we improve the Olympics?
Recommend 5 improvements for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.

A new team sport!
Invent a new team sport for the 2004 Olympic Games. The only equipment that can be used is 3 basketballs, a basketball court, 4 hoops and a cone. . You do not have to use all of this equipment.. The rules must be very clear and you must be prepared to teach the class how to play. (Maybe we have an Olympian in our class!)

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

10

☺A new individual sport!
Invent a new individual sport for the 2004 Olympic Games. The only equipment that can be used is one ball, a skipping rope and a rolled up newspaper. You do not have to use all of this equipment. The rules must be very clear and you must be prepared to teach the class how to play. (Maybe we have an Olympian in our class!)

Changing the rules…
Recommend 5 rule changes to a team or individual sport at the Olympic Games, which makes the sport more interesting to watch. Publish your rule changes. What rules are they replacing, or are they brand new extra rules?

Lighting the flame…
It is considered to be a huge honour to light the Olympic flame at the Opening Ceremony. Recommend 5 people that could light the Olympic torch at the next Olympic Games. They do not need to be Olympians or famous people. It could be someone in your family or someone you know. Explain your reasons for choosing these people.

How else could you use a …?
How many different uses can you think of for… The Olympic Torch A hockey stick A gymnastics ribbon The Olympic stadium A Pommel Horse

Power for the Olympics…
Design a machine that uses the Olympic flame to generate the power required to provide electricity for the entire Olympic village.

Celebrations
This section can be adapted to fit a particular celebration, for example, Ramadan, or learners can complete tasks relating to a range of different celebrations

Remembering Can learners recall information?

My favourite celebration
Describe your favourite celebration. How are you going to tell other people about you favourite celebration? Will you design a poster? A slide show? Record a speech? Make a video?

Celebrating with my family
Name the important things that your family celebrates. Interview members of your family and find out the significance and history of these events in your family.

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

11

An acrostic celebration…
Write an acrostic poem using the word ‘Celebration’ as your starting point. Use a word processing program such as ‘Word’ or ‘Claris Works’ to publish your work… or even Kid Pix and use the pencil tool to write the word down the side of your page!

Who am I?
Write a ‘Who Am I’ or a ‘What am I’ for something to do with a particular celebration. For example: What Am I? I am a good source of protein I am white, yellow and I have a hard shell I can be boiled, fried, scrambled or poached I am often decorated at Easter Publish your puzzles as cards that can be laminated – with the clues on one side and the answer on the back. You could make your cards exactly the same size by drawing one box in a word processing or drawing program, and then copying and pasting as many boxes as you need.

Reversing a celebration!
Write a set of ‘reverse questions’… For example… The answer is ‘my birthday’ Write 5 questions.

An alphabetic celebration!
Write the letters of the alphabet down the side of a page and think of a word relating to a celebration that starts with each letter. You can choose 4 letters of the alphabet to leave out, if you need to.

☺Use 25 letters of the alphabet!

Understanding Can students explain ideas or concepts?

An alien invasion!
Choose a celebration. How would you describe it to an alien who has just landed on Earth from Outer Space?

Make a jigsaw
Draw a picture that, to you, represents a special celebration. Use a drawing program such as Kid Pix. Print and then glue your picture onto card and make into a jigsaw. If the pieces can be laminated your puzzle will last a lot longer. Remember, the smaller you make your pieces, the harder your puzzle will be to put together! Does it make the puzzle easier or harder if all the pieces are exactly the same shape (for example, all squares)? Who will be solving your puzzle? If you know that it will help you to decide how difficult to make it.
www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

12

______________________________________________________________

Find-A-Celebration-Word
Make a find-a-word using 20 words associated with celebrations. Maybe a spreadsheet program would be a good program to use, as the cells would make it easy to line up your letters. Or, can you think of another way?

A funny celebration!
Draw a cartoon strip that tells a humorous story about someone’s birthday. Maybe they get candles that are IMPOSSIBLE to blow out! Draw your cartoon using a program like Kid Pix Studio or use the drawing tools in Word or Claris Works. Is there another way you could design your cartoon?

Applying Can students use new knowledge in another familiar situation?

A calendar of celebrations
Make a calendar that lists celebrations around the world. Can you find 3 celebrations for each month? Which festivities are celebrated in several countries

☺ Find 5 Festivals that are celebrated in more than 1 country, and list the countries that
they are celebrated in.

How do you celebrate?
Interview another person in the class and find out about something they celebrate with their family. Share the information that you find out with the class. You could give an oral presentation; make a slide show or a video.

☺Your video could be in the form of a TV interview – watch some interviews on TV – what
kinds of questions are asked? What questions are the most effective? Does the interviewer ask questions that just require a ‘Yes / No’ response very often? Why do you think that is?

Analysing Can learners differentiate between constituent parts?

Celebrate with a game!
Design a game that will educate people about a celebration. It could be a board game like Snakes and Ladders, or Monopoly. It could even be a question and answer game like Trivial Pursuit. Or, it could be a card game. What do you want to teach people? If you know what you want to teach people it will make it easier to plan your game.

Celebrating in our school
Survey a class, and find out which festivals they celebrate. Make a graph to represent the different events celebrated by the class. Why is this information interesting? What did you learn about the people in our school? www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au 13

All celebrations must be approved!
News headline:

ALL CELEBRATIONS MUST BE APPROVED (IN WRITING) BY YOUR LOCAL COUNCIL (This includes birthday parties and Easter Egg hunts) Think of at least 5 possible consequences / problems and your solutions to these. Write a newspaper article that reports on this piece of news Evaluating Can students justify a decision or course of action?

Which birthdays would you celebrate?
To save money and candles, each person in Australia will only be allowed to celebrate 5 birthdays. Which birthdays should they be? Why?

☺ Which 5 birthdays would you celebrate? Why?
How would you spend $50?
Write a letter to convince the government to provide each person in Australia $50 a year to spend on celebrations. Why would this be a good idea? What would you spend the money on? Use brochures and advertisements to find ideas to ‘spend’ the $50, and justify how you are going to spend the money.

Creating Can learners generate new products, ideas or ways of viewing things?

You are invited to…
Design an invitation for a celebration. It might be something that is being celebrated by your class or a family event. Include background information about the celebration.

A brand new celebration!!
Invent a brand new celebration that can be celebrated by your class! Decide on the event, why it is a great thing to be celebrating, and when the celebration will take place. Design and send invitations to the class inviting them to the celebration. How will you celebrate? How will you organise the celebration?

How else could you use a…
How many different uses can you think of for… A birthday cake Candles Balloons Streamers Used birthday cards
www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

14

Wrapping paper

How could you improve a….
Recommend 5 improvements for one of the following:

Birthday cake Christmas trees Balloons

Birthday cake

Closure
Celebrating the Celebrations!!
Learners will have been working on different tasks, so the concepts and understandings developed across the class will be different, and by sharing this knowledge, the understandings about a range of celebrations across the class can be consolidated and built upon. Through working in teams, learners will now be able to identify and talk about the skills they needed to ensure that their team worked together effectively. Skills such as collaboration, sharing, negotiating, listening are just as important to acknowledge, highlight and celebrate as new knowledge about Celebrations. Celebrating and sharing this learning and collaboration could happen in a number of ways. For example: • • • • Learners sharing work and new understandings with each other Sharing work at assembly, in the school newsletter or on the school web site Sharing with other classes in the school Inviting families to the classroom for a ‘Show and Tell’

Assessment
Learners can identify how they have used a range of Information and Communication Technologies in different ways and for different purposes. Learners can identify the cultural significance of particular celebrations, and explain how different groups in society celebrate and value these events. Learners can identify a range of resources that they used to complete tasks, and discuss reasons for identifying particular resources as being appropriate for particular tasks. Learners can identify advantages in sharing tasks, such as how work may be done more quickly or in more interesting ways. Learners can also identify the ways in which they supported and worked collaboratively with their team.

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

15

Resources
Resource #1 - Useful websites
Yahooligans http://www.yahooligans.com/Around_the_World/Holidays/ Christmas Around the World http://www.christmas.com/worldview/ Christmas traditions around the world. Anzac Day http://www.awm.gov.au/commemoration/anzac/index.htm Very detailed information about Anzac Day – site was established by the Australian War Memorial Museum Ramadan http://www.holidays.net/ramadan/ Chinese New Year http://www.chinatownweb.com/NewYorkCity/Holidays/ChineseNewYear/traditi on.htm http://www.newton.mec.edu/Angier/DimSum/china__dim_sum__spring_fes.ht ml Valentine’s Day http://www.kidsdomain.com/holiday/val/ History of Valentine’s Day, free e-cards, printable puzzles, recipes and crafts. Birthdays http://www.kidsdomain.com/holiday/birthday Birthday e-cards, party games, themes, clip art, online games, birthday cake ideas, links to other birthday sites. Olympics http://www.olympic.org http://www.paralympic.org/ http://www.paralympics2002.com/

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

16

Resource #2 – Team planner

Planning Sheet
Who is in your team?

How many lessons do you have altogether?

Task

Taxonomy level

How many lessons do you plan to spend on this task?

What ICTs will you use?

What other resources will you need?

What resources need to be booked in advance?

Who else can help you?

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

17

Resource #3 – Task planner
Complete for each task

Task Planning Sheet
Task Taxonomy Level: How many lessons do you plan to spend on this task?

What ICTs will you use?

What other resources will you need?

What resources need to be booked in advance?

Who else can help you?

Team Members

Responsibility of team member

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

18

www.thenetwork.sa.edu.au

19


				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Stats:
views:39
posted:11/22/2009
language:English
pages:19