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3 ted tinkering school spring 2011 pp

  1. 1. -418465-177800Gever Tulley teaches life lessons through tinkering ゲーバー・タリーが工作を通じて教える人生の教訓http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/jpn/gever_tulley_s_tinkering_school_in_action.html<br />PARAGRAPH 1-2 : This is the exact moment…<br />What did the mother say to her son (on screen) that caused Mr. Tulley to create Tinkering School?What is the purpose of Tinkering School?<br />PARAGRAPH 3 : When the kids arrive…<br />What kinds of stuff do the kids see when they get to the school?How long do the kids stay at Tinkering School?What is the goal of Tinkering School?<br />PARAGRAPH 3: Nothing ever turns out as planned…<br />What happens to all projects?What is the heart of the experience?What does “success” mean at Tinkering School?What do children learn about failure and problems at this school?<br />PARAGRAPH 4 : When faced with particularly difficult…<br />What do children do when problems get really difficult?What happens when the children take a break to decorate the unfinished project? (What happens in their minds?)<br />PARAGRAPH 5 : All materials are available…<br />What did the children make out of plastic grocery bags?<br />What project did the 7 year olds make?<br />New VocabularyJapanese使い方 How it was used...1)2)3)4)5)6)7)8)9)10)<br />Ending Segment: Video: Three, two, one… <br /> <br />-287867-32402トム・ウージェック:塔を建て、チームを作るTom Wujec: Build a tower, build a teamhttp://www.ted.com/talks/lang/jpn/tom_wujec_build_a_tower.html<br />1. According to the speaker, why does he do the “marshmallow challenge” at design workshops?PARAGRAPH 1 : Several years ago…<br />PARAGRAPH 2: So, normally, most people…<br />1. What do most people think about first…the sticks or the marshmallow?2. What do people think about last?3. Why is this a problem?<br />PARAGRAPH 3 : So there are a number of people…<br />1. According to the speaker, who produced the WORST and LAMEST structures?2. Who produced the BEST and MOST INTERESTING structures?<br />PARAGRAPH 4 : So the question you want to ask is…<br />1. According to the speaker, who produced the WORST and LAMEST structures?2. Who produced the BEST and MOST INTERESTING structures?<br />PARAGRAPH 5 : So the capacity to play in prototype…<br />1. The engineers and architects did REALLY well. The speaker says it’s because they have “specialized skills”. What kind of “specialized skills” do engineers and architects have?Hint: they understand tri…2. An executive administrator (boss) also helped the team a lot. What “special skill” does an executive administrator have?<br />PARAGRAPH 6 : And I tried something interesting…<br />1. What happened when there was a $10,000 prize?2. Why did this result happen?<br />PARAGRAPH 7 : So, you might ask…<br />1. What is the value of this experience?<br />PARAGRAPH 8 : And those of you who are interested…<br />1. Where can you go for more information about the marshmallow challenge?<br />PARAGRAPH 9: And the fundamental lesson…<br />1. What do we need to do to be successful at design?<br />New VocabularyJapanese使い方 How it was used...1)2)3)4)5)6)7)8)9)10)<br />

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