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improvement starts with i
Improvement starts with I

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“They ask you (O Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم) what they should spend. Say: Whatever you spend of good must be for parents and kindred and Orphans and Al-Masakin (the poor) and the wayfarer, and whatever you do of good deeds, truly, Allah knows it well.”(  سورة البقرة  , Al-Baqara, Chapter 2 , Verse 215)

unit summary
Unit Summary

Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness,

to pull another hand into the light.

This project aims to develop in our students a sense of social responsibility and sense of ownership. The students participating in this project will be called the little “reformers” as they will be an agent of change.

The purpose is to make the students realize that “Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something.

Collaborative team effort is required to carry out various activities designed for this project. Each activity has attainment targets, specific objectives and assessment tools associated with it.

Students will work in three groups. Each group will have three to five members. Each group will have a group leader, writer, presenter and resource manager.

related subjects
Related Subjects
  • Economics
  • Social Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Islamic Studies
  • English language
curriculum framing questions
Curriculum-Framing Questions

Essential Question How can I make a difference?Unit QuestionHow can I serve the community?Content Question?What is the current poverty level in Pakistan?How much does it cost to feed one child?

What 21st Century Skills can I teach to the unprivileged children?

attainment targets content standards benchmarks must
Attainment Targets / Content Standards / Benchmarks must
  • To make the students realize that “Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something.”
  • To create awareness among the students about the current poverty level in Pakistan.
  • To encourage students to participate in the social uplift of the unprivileged children.
  • To learn about the importance of Welfare. 
  • To make the students an agent of change in the community.
  • To encourage the students equip other unprivileged children with the latest technology and the 21st Century skills.
  • To understand the necessity of a caring living for orphans and abandoned children.
  • To value the importance of helping others.
  • To participate in welfare and fund raising activities.
  • To create awareness among the students and parents for donating funds and
  • Charity to Welfare Organizations.
  • To help the students manage expenses and revenue.
student objectives learning outcomes
Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes

Main Focus: Research, Collaboration, Communication

  • To research and gather information about the Poverty Level in Pakistan. Students will present the findings in the form of Time line and video
  • Students will chalk out a plan in order to see how they can contribute towards social reform in terms of reducing poverty and imparting education to the parentless children.
  • To collect books to create a library in the Orphanage.
  • To devise ways and means of extending donations and funds to the unprivileged children.
  • To make the students (reformers) impart 21st Century Skills to the orphans by teaching MS Office basic tools using wiki and blog.
  • To organize a bake sale for a cause. The students will enjoy a purposeful activity.
  • To make the students evaluate the success of Bake Sale in terms of event management.
  • The Students will learn to manage expenses and revenue through this fun-filled activity.
  • The students will be able to judge how successful they were in attaining the target they had set earlier for themselves in terms of minimum fund to be raised.
gauging student needs assessment
Gauging Student Needs Assessment
  • Purpose of the Assessment

To assess the student’s research, communication and collaboration skills.

What I want to learn from my students?

I want to find out how well the students can follow the curriculum framing questions in relation to high order thinking and low order thinking..

  • How I have tried to promote higher-order thinking?

I asked the students, how they can act as an agent of change.

  • How the assessment information helps me and my students plan for upcoming activities in the unit?

Students will be able to execute action plan when they have attainable, measureable and realistic objectives preset in front of them. Instructions and evaluation tools will also be a guide to judge standards and targets achieved.

goals for my students
Goals for my Students
  • To learn how to research, collaborate and communicate using 21st century skills. And use these skills to benefit others in the society.