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Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club College. Learning Through Project Work Form 3 (2002-03) Experience Sharing. Task. Display Board Exhibition and Game Stall for F.1 & F.2 Students Theme: Our Mainland. Objectives.

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hong kong chinese women s club college

Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club College

Learning Through Project Work

Form 3 (2002-03)

Experience Sharing

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Task
  • Display Board Exhibition and Game Stall for F.1 & F.2 Students
  • Theme: Our Mainland
objectives
Objectives
  • To enhance students’ communication skills*, self-management skill* and problem solving skill* through organizing and holding stall game.
  • To acquire experiences in various key learning areas, construct a broad knowledge base and enhance ability to analyze problems.
  • To learn more aspects about our Mainland

* Generic skills

what to do

Oct

Feb

What to do

Stage VI

Reflection and

Evaluation

Stage III

Monitoring Progress

Mar

June

Stage I

1. Getting started

2. Grouping &

Planning

Stage II

Preparation

Stage IV

Class Presentation

Stage V

Final Presentation

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What to do
  • Stage I -- October 2002

Getting Started

1. Briefing in hall assembly

Grouping and Planning

1. Random grouping by teachers of 9 - 11 students a group.

2. Select an area of Interest

area of interests
Area of Interests

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Chinese Cuisine (中國美食)

Quest

Chinese Traditional Festivals (中國傳統節日)

Chinese Musical Instruments

Chopsticks

Chinese Foods

Landmarks of China

Buildings in Beijing

Chinese Myths

Delicious Food in the Ten Most Popular Scenic Areas

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Famous Hills and Lakes in China

Traditional Chinese Festivals and Local Celebrations

Endangered Creatures

The Four Great Inventions of China

Popular Sports in China

Tourist Attractions in China

Tourist Attractions of Beijing

Legends Related of Chinese Festivals

Minorities of China

Beijing -- our Capital

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What to do
  • Stage II -- October 2002

Preparation

Collect relevant information and materials in library-hunt or web-sites

Draft information for display board exhibition and design a game stall.

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What to do
  • Stage III -- October 2002 ~ February 2003

Monitoring Progress

1. Submit work plan

2. Supervisors hold regular meetings with group members

    • 1st meeting: 15 - 30 /10
    • 2nd meeting: 01 - 19 /12
    • 3rd meeting: 17 - 28 /02
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3. Submit the progress report at the end of each month

4. Submit the logbook (1st time)

Content of logbook (first submission)

  • a cover with design
  • names, class & class number of all members of the group
  • a content page
  • name of the game stall and the stall number
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Objective (s) of the display broad and the game
  • content displayed on board
  • rules of the game
  • awards system: maximum of 3 stamps will be given to the participants
  • the design and layout of the game stall
  • records of the process
    • e.g. photos, minutes, etc
  • duty roster for 2 games day
  • estimated expenditure
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What to do
  • Stage IV -- March 2002

Class Presentation

Present displayed information and idea of the game stall in class on 3/3/03 and 17/3/03.

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What to do
  • Stage V -- March 2002

Final Presentation

1. Prepare and decorate the display board and the game stall on 26/3.

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What to do

2. Run the game stall for F.1 and F.2 students on 27/3 and 28/3.

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What to do

3. Submit the logbook (2nd time)

  • Content of logbook (second submission)
    • records / illustration of the games day with some photos
    • cash report
    • evaluation of the operation of the game stall
    • evaluation of individual member
    • individual project journal
    • progress report
    • duty list of the project
    • bibliography
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What to do
  • Stage VI -- May & June 2003

Reflection and Evaluation

1. 4th meeting with supervisor (Evaluation and reflection of the process of the project learning + collection of scripts / logbooks)

2. Hall assembly: Experience sharing with F.2 schoolmates.

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As you sow, so you shall reap

Knowledge …

Fun …

Friendship …

Skills …