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Aim. To find out more about the Hajj and what it is like being a Muslim pilgrim… You’re going to do this by completing a group project task. Today is your 2nd lesson on your group project task – you only have half a lesson left after today.

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Aim

  • To find out more about the Hajj and what it is like being a Muslim pilgrim…
  • You’re going to do this by

completing a group project task.

  • Today is your 2nd lesson on your

group project task – you only have

half a lesson left after today.

You are working with others, communicating, using ICT, applying numbers & problem solving…

Hajj pilgrimage website challenge

In this challenge we have to: Replace this with your class version

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Remember on your website...

  • Things you need to include in your Hajj company’s website:
  • A minimum of 4 PowerPoint slides
  • A name & logo for your Hajj company
  • A map showing where Makkah (also spelt Mecca) is (Mecca is in a country called Saudi Arabia)
  • An itinerary for the pilgrimage (use your Hajj route map to give you all of the details for this)
  • A photo gallery, with labelled pictures of what pilgrims would expect to see during their Hajj pilgrimage
  • Prices of different pilgrimage packages (e.g. a luxury package – an economy package)
  • These websites of Hajj companies that
  • pilgrims actually use might be useful for ideas…
  • http://www.hajjumrahuk.com/
  • http://www.hajjandumrahtours.co.uk/index.php
  • http://www.hajis.co.uk/index.asp
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Playing fair...

The way that you do well in challenges like these are very similar to the way that you do well in football - you need to play by the ‘Fair Play Rules’.

These mean that:

All members of the team consider each other.

All members of the team play for each other (it’s a team effort!)

People don’t foul each other.

It’s the team that will do well (or not!) not individual members.

The team plays to it’s strengths.

All team members work hard for each other.

What do the fair play rules mean for us in

this challenge?

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You are working with others, communicating, problem solving & improving your own learning & performance…

Today's aims...

Discuss as a group…

  • What are you aiming to get done in today’s lesson?
  • Who is going to do what?
  • Think about the questions you answered at the end of last lesson about how you could work better – do they affect the way in which you’re going to work today?

Make sure that jobs are divided up fairly and that everyone has something to do.

Remember…

  • You only have today’s lesson, today’s
  • homework & the start of next lesson to
  • finish ALL of your work.
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You are communicating, working with others, problem solving & improving your own learning & performance…

How have you got on in today's lesson?

As a group discuss…

How well have your group worked in today’s lesson?

What have you improved in from when you answered these questions at the end of last lesson?

What have your group done well in today’s lesson?

What skills have your group developed in today’s lesson?

Feedback to the whole class the main things that you discussed as a small group…

Homework

  • You are going to set your own homework as a small group.
  • Everybody must do homework & it must be something that will help you in this challenge next lesson.
  • Remember that most of your work must be done by the start of next lesson as we will only have time for finishing touches.