PBL- SEC 1EB Lesson Ob 2010

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PBL- SEC 1EB Lesson Ob 2010

  1. 1. PBL Problem - based Learning
  2. 2. What is PBL ? A strategy of learning where students collaborate and solve problems before reflecting on their experiences
  3. 3. Why use PBL ? • To learn to solve a problem as a group ( learn to collaborate) • To improve your knowledge on the given topic. • To allow to reflect on your experiences
  4. 4. How to use PBL ? 1. Read and understand the Problem Question/Statement 2. Follow the instructions for the different stages carefully. 3. Reflect on your work during and after every stage.
  5. 5. Today’s Lesson
  6. 6. Lesson Objectives 1. To read and understand what is a Problem Statement. 2. To fill in information in a KND Table 3. To extract and gather information from different sources.
  7. 7. Food? FORBIDDEN! Drinks? FORBIDDEN! SMRT steps up their enforcement of the law onboard trains and at MRT stations. This time around, no mercy will be shown to passengers caught eating and drinking on the trains. $30 fine for eating a sweet ! The crime? Chewing a sweet. The punishment? A $30 fine! Did the crime fit the punishment? Is eating/drinking on trains an anti-social behavior?
  8. 8. Problem Statement
  9. 9. The ‘K’ column The ‘What we KNOW’ column What we Know What we Need to know What we need to Do Learning Facts Action Plan Issues Jeremiah was caught eating a sweet on board the SMRT train and fined $30.
  10. 10. Activity Time
  11. 11. Activity 1  Read the Problem Statement very carefully and understand it thoroughly.  One example was shown about how to fill in the „What we KNOW‟ column.  Fill in the rest of the „K‟ column with facts from the Problem Statement and Task.  Break down the information and write down one fact in each box of the column on Page 5 and 6.  You have 5 minutes.
  12. 12. The ‘N’ column The ‘What we NEED to know’ column What we Know What we Need to know What we need to Do Facts Learning Issues Action Plan Jeremiah Why is eating sweets on board SMRT trains not was caught allowed ? eating a sweet on board the Why is the fine $30 ? SMRT train Are only sweets not and fined $30. allowed to be eaten on board the trains ?
  13. 13. Activity Time
  14. 14. Activity 2  Read the Problem Statement again very carefully and understand it thoroughly.  Now you are was shown about how to fill in the „What we NEED to know‟ column.  Discuss with your group mates and fill in the rest of the „N‟ column with the questions you think you need to ask to help you complete your task.  You have 5 minutes.
  15. 15. Activity Time
  16. 16. Activity 3  Watch the following video clip “Crime eating a sweet?” carefully.  payattention to the details such as public opinions on the issue as well as what the SMRT officials have to say.
  17. 17. Activity 3  You have watched the video clip “Crime eating a sweet?”  Now in your groups, you are to discuss and complete the table on Worksheet 1.  You have 5 minutes to complete the task.  One member from each group will need to present your answers.
  18. 18. Wrap Up 1. Read and understand the Problem Question/Statement 2. Follow the instructions for the different stages carefully. 3. Reflect on your work during and after every stage.
  19. 19. Homework 1. Complete the KND Table in your groups. 2. Read the newspaper article and complete Worksheet 2.

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