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  • HWOO Keynote

    1. 1. 6D Keynote:How We Organize Ourselves by Dr. Wendy Mcleod 1
    2. 2. HWOO Transdisciplinary Theme: An inquiry into...• the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities• the structure and function of organizations• societal decision-making• economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment 2
    3. 3. HWOO Learning Intentions You will understand that: • The marketplaces visited have similarities and differences when compared to those in Hong Kong • The way in which the visited marketplaces operates is influenced by its community (function, causation) • Your actions are an indication of your responsibilityYou will: • Formulate questions (in both English and Mandarin) and plan investigation before going on trip • Know how to collect data from primary sources (interviews/observations at marketplaces) • Use language skills (Mandarin & Cantonese) to communicated effectively (i.e. ask questions, record responses, read signs)You will demonstrate: • Open-mindedness when encountering new marketplaces in which you may not be familiar • Critical thinking skills (Thinker) when analyzing data (compare and contrast markets; draw conclusions about organization of markets) • Tolerance by recognizing & appreciating the diversity in the marketplaces; 3
    4. 4. Journal Buddies: Tiffany and AlyssaKevin and MarcusCherie and KarenLeah and CaitlinKeona and RachelLoren and CyrusAdrian and JustinViva and Jollicoe 4
    5. 5. Assignment 1 Front Cover• Assignment #1• Assigned: Wednesday, November 2nd• Due: Friday, November 18th• Should Include: 1. Name 2. Number 3. “How We Organize Ourselves” 4. Images (legal and cited) that are relevant to the unit 5
    6. 6. Assignment 2 HWOO Theme• Assignment #2• Assigned: Wednesday, November 2nd• Due: Wednesday, November 2nd• Title: “How We Organize Ourselves” Theme• Guiding Questions: 1. What does “How We Organize Oursleves” mean to me? 2. What have I done in the past in this theme? 3. What projects have I organized in the past? 4. How do I keep organized? 5. What do I think we will do in this unit? 6
    7. 7. World Vision Fundraiser• Tuesday, November 8th• Raise $2500 collectively• Can be done anytime on November 8th• In CDNIS community • Community members are students, teachers, staff, and parents 7
    8. 8. World Vision Fundraiser Learning Intentions• Students will learn to... • Plan a fundraising event in small groups • Document the planning process and organization on GoogleDocs • Make decisions based on your prior knowledge and market research • Raise money amount as targeted 8
    9. 9. World Vision Fundraiser - $4012.401 Collection Ryan, Rachel HK$2000 HK$2108.60 Boxes2 Performances Kevin, Evan, Marcus HK$500 HK$743 Rummage Sale Thomas, Cyrus, Kaelan, HK$550 HK$411 Lionel Keona, Leah, Alyssa, Karen, Tiffany4 Book Sale Caitlin HK$300 HK$316.505 Lucky Draw Viva,Cherie,Jacelynne HK$300 HK$436.406 Guessing Anna,Harriet, HK$100 -HK$200 Game7 Raffle Jollicoe and Alex HK$280 HK$539.908 Target Games Loren, Charles, Adrian, HK$250 HK$126 Justin 9
    10. 10. World Vision Fundraiser Market Research• Purpose• BIQ/Supporting Questions• Prior Knowledge• Research Plan/Questions• Data Collection• Data Analysis• Conclusions• Action/Decision based on Market Research 10
    11. 11. World Vision Fundraiser Reflections• Remember our learning intentions?• You will learn to... • Plan a fundraising event in small groups • Document the planning process and organization on GoogleDocs • Make decisions based on your prior knowledge and market research • Raise money amount as targeted (revenue - cost = profit) 11
    12. 12. World Vision Fundraiser ReflectionsWhat did you learn about organization? • location is very important • need to prepare • googledoc is helpful • products need to be prepared • book tables ahead of time • book location ahead of time • do market research • advertising is needed • signage is needed 12
    13. 13. World Vision Fundraiser ReflectionsWhat did you learn about marketplaces? • fundraisers who wanted to make money are competitors • businesses want consumers and their money • hard to find the right products • prices, products and buying power of consumers all have to match • consumers have demands (polite staff, good products) • businesses compete for space • need rules/regulations and organization in markets 13
    14. 14. World Vision Fundraiser Reflections- Guiding Questions• How did we work together as a group to organize a fundraiser? What worked well? What didn’t?• How well did we document our planning and organization?• How well did we organize everything that needed to be done?• What did we know about the community and marketplace before we decided on our fundraising (prior knowledge)?• Did we do market research? Did we get sufficient information? Was our data valid? How did we use this information to help us make decisions?• Did we raise money amount as targeted? How do we calculate this?• What did we learn about the CI and TT? 14
    15. 15. Assignment 4 World Vision Fundraiser Report (Pre-assessment for Report Writing)• Assignment #4• Title “World Vision Fundraiser Report”• Assigned: Tuesday, November 8th• Due: Friday, November 11th• You will: 1. Follow the organizational framework for report writing to write your report (to describe). 2. Use the writing process and keep all brainstorming and drafts (typed). 3. Final draft should include date, name, number and title. 15
    16. 16. Assignment 3 Rocket Writing (Pre-assessment of Concepts)• Assignment #3• Assigned: Tuesday, November 8th• Due: Tuesday, November 8th• You will... • Write your understanding of concepts in your process journals • Get two minutes to write about each concept 16
    17. 17. Assignment 3 Rocket Writing Concepts (Pre-assessment of Concepts)• FUNCTION • MARKET/ MARKETPLACE• CAUSATION • COMMUNITIES• CONNECTION • LOCATION• ORGANIZATION • OPERATION 17
    18. 18. Brainstorming Carousel(Pre-assessment of Understanding)• You will... • Travel in groups to each piece of chart paper with a guiding question and brainstorm as a group what they know • Gallery walk through the completed charts and reflect on you understanding • Write a cue-card reflection on what you feel you understand of the CI and TT at this point 18
    19. 19. Tuning in:Unpacking the Central Idea -Puzzle• You will... • Work in groups to construct the Central Idea with puzzle pieces • Paste the pieces onto a strip of paper • Share in groups 19
    20. 20. Tuning in:Unpacking the Central Idea -Puzzle• The organization of marketplaces is in the operation in which they are communities determine by located.• The organization of marketplaces is determined by operation and the communities in which they are located.• The organization and operation of marketplaces is determined by the communities in which they are located.• The organization of marketplaces is determined by the operation and communities in which they are located. 20
    21. 21. Tuning In:Unpacking the Central Idea - Explosion• You will... • Travel in groups to each piece of A3 paper with a key word from the Central Idea • Brainstorm together what this word means • Add your ideas to the A3 paper • Move to the next group 21
    22. 22. Assignment 5 Observation of 6B and 6E WV Fundraiser (Pre-assessment of Skills- Observing)• Assignment #?5• Assigned: Wednesday, November 9th• Due: Thursday, November 10th• You will... • Visit the WV Fundraiser and observe how the marketplace is organized and operates • Take observation notes in your process journal • Challenge: interview the fundraisers/businesses and customers/community members about the market • inquiry into- how market places meet the needs of communities 22
    23. 23. Investigation into Marketplace: Learning IntentionsStudents will learn to.. • Follow the Mcleod Inquiry Framework to plan an investigation • Collect data in your process journals • Work in groups to plan the investigation and document the process in GoogleDocs • Analyze data to understand the Central Idea and Transdisciplinary Theme • Refine investigation after each field trip to further make connections and build understandings 23
    24. 24. Investigation into Marketplaces- Fieldtrip Groups1 Ryan Harriet Kaelan Jacelynne Evan2 Loren Alex Rachel Karen Thomas3 Alyssa Cyrus Anna Justin Adrian4 Lionel Leah Keona Caitlin Kevin5 Cherie Viva Tiffany Jollicoe Charles Marcus 24
    25. 25. Investigation into Marketplace- MIF• Use Mcleod Inquiry Framework to plan investigation (GoogleDoc) • Define Purpose • Prior Knowledge • Develop understanding of Issue • Create Research Plan (BIQ and SQ) • Collect Data (fieldtrips and China) - IN NOTEBOOKS! • Collate and Sort Data (after each trip) • Analyze data (after each trip and after China) • Draw Conclusions (answer BIQ and SQs) • Present Findings (report) 25
    26. 26. Investigation into Marketplace- MIFRESEARCH PLAN • BIQ: How are marketplaces around the world organized and operated in the communities where they are located? • SQs: 1. How are marketplaces organized? 2. How do marketplaces operate? 3. What are the needs of the communities? 4. Where are marketplaces located?COLLECT DATA • In NBs and add to GoogleDocs • Make T-chart for Chinese class 26
    27. 27. Other Questions• How do businesses compete against other businesses? (Kevin)• What are the difference between the organization and operation of different marketplaces? (Karen)• How are different markets around the world are similar and different? (Evan) 27
    28. 28. Investigation into Marketplace- MIF• ANALYZE DATA • Observations • Interviews• DRAW CONCLUSIONS• 28
    29. 29. HWOO Vocab (in Chinese too!) market needs productsmarketplaces wants advertising consumer shop services market research community supply community members revenue demand cost shop keepers bartering profit customers discount price shopping cheaper pricing goods expensive 29

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