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1. Title: Case Study: Mr Bean president of the EU (part 2)This case study will you to design competency based assignments,...
4.2 Task 2: Develop the election flyerWhy vote for mr. Bean? That is what you should emphasize in this flyer. You could de...
4.4: Task 4: Develop the election websiteWhy must mr. Bean becom president of the EU? That is what you should emphasize in...
7. 2 Forms of a competency based assignment    • Form?           – Assessment, digital, online, evidence based, portfolio,...
7.3 European Qualification Frame Work       Level          Knowledge                Skills                  Competence    ...
8. Show us what you accomplished. (Portfolio, evidence, presentation, website)Show us what you accomplished. (speech, flye...
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Case study to help you to design competency based assignments. Subject belongs to the Comenius CoSSOL project. Has been presented and worked out in Rybnik (Pl) as part of the workshop "Generating competency based assignments", on Friday 19th Feb 2011.

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  1. 1. 1. Title: Case Study: Mr Bean president of the EU (part 2)This case study will you to design competency based assignments, for case studies,knowledge assignments and skills training assignments.2. What will be expected from you? (introduction, objectives)There are 4 subjects (tasks) to practice with. We will work in 4 groups. So choose yourpartners and choose with your group one subject to work out in a knowledge assignment askills training and a case study. The subjects of the assignments, related to the electioncampaign of mr. Bean for president of the EU, are: An election speech, A flyer for the election campaign, An interview with mr. Bean, A website for the election campaign.3. Suppose you are… (the story, simulation, Leitmotiv)After the controversial appointment of the current President of the European Council, Mrvan Rompuy from Belgium (June 2010) a lot of people came up with the idea for a newpolitical party “You in the EU”. One of the initiators was Mr. Bean. Mr. Bean also is theleader of the party and wants to be elected as “President of the EU” in 2014. The slogan forthe election campaign is: “Me and You in the EU”. And after a heavy application procedure,mr. Bean hired you to set up his election campaign.4. What should you do? (the content (theory) of the assignment (s))4.1 Task 1: Design/hold the election speechMr. Bean is invited by the trade unions to hold an election speech about the employment inthe EU. You could describe the information for the election speech with the following topicsor tips (you do not need every topic!)  Why is the European Union important for the employment?  How to pay this social funding (direct taxes or not by the EU?)  What should the EU do to avoid illegal immigration?  The impact of this European decision-making in the native situation?  Equal treatment and pay for the workers in all countries  Health and Safety at Work  Employment and participation  The right to a vocational education and training  Social protection and immigration  The Community Charter of Fundamental Social Rights.Toon Rekkers, CoSSOL Meeting Rybnik, 16-19th Feb 2011 Pagina 1
  2. 2. 4.2 Task 2: Develop the election flyerWhy vote for mr. Bean? That is what you should emphasize in this flyer. You could describethe information for the flyer with the following topics or tips: (you do not need every topic!)  The right to vote in the EU.  The position and the interests of the citizens in the internal market of the European Union.  There more than 500 million people living in the EU and they are rich third richest (BNP) people in th world  It important that the European Union stands up for its citizens because 17% still live in poverty  Is my voice heard in Brussels?  Turkey must be a part of the EU.  Value for your euro (money) = {stability}  Information and communication about what lawmakers do in Brussels.  EU competition policy (free market)4.3: Task 3: The election interviewMr. Bean will be interviewed for a national broadcasting station (tv) in one of the memberstates. You are the famous interviewer and you must interview mr. Bean. Your colleague wilplay the role of mr. Bean. You could describe the interview in this task with the followingtopics or tips: (you do not need every topic!) Peace and safety in the EU Economic and social solidarity in the EU Comes Turkey in the EU? How works the European Union? The political circumstances in the European Union The foreign policy of the European Union The right to vote in the EU  The referendum, activism, protest or lobbying?  There more than 500 million people living in the EU and they are rich third richest (BNP) people in th world  How important is it that the European Union stands up for its citizens?  How does it come that 17% of the people in the EU still live in poverty?  Is my voice heard in Brussels?  Why is the European Union important for the employment?  How to pay this social funding (direct taxes or not by the EU?)  What should the EU do to avoid illegal immigration?Toon Rekkers, CoSSOL Meeting Rybnik, 16-19th Feb 2011 Pagina 2
  3. 3. 4.4: Task 4: Develop the election websiteWhy must mr. Bean becom president of the EU? That is what you should emphasize in thisflyer. You could describe the information for the flyer with the following topics or tips: (youdo not need every topic!) Who is mr. Bean? What does he want to change in Europe? Peace and safety in the EU? Economic and social solidarity in the EU Comes Turkey in the EU? How works the European Union? Do we still have work after he is elected? The foreign policy of the European Union The right to vote in the EU. A referendum yes or no? The concern of the citizens the European Union will take over the power of the national parliaments? Is your voice heard in Brussels?5. When will you do what ? (timetable/schedule)This must be done in 1 hour. After that all groups will present their outcome6. Let’s go.. (practical content of the assignment (s))You must design a competency based assignment for: a case study, a knowledge assignmentand a skills training assignment. Decide with your team which subject will be done andwork it out, so that you can present the outcome of your hard labour.7. Which other information do you need? (Sources, etc.)7.1 Tools for a Case Study 1. Title (and an abstract) 2. What will be expected from you? (introduction, objectives) 3. Suppose you are… (the story, simulation, Leitmotiv) 4. What should you do? (the content (theory) of the assignment (s)) 5. When will you do what ? (timetable / schedule) 6. Let’s go.. (practical content of the assignment (s)) 7. Which other information do you need? (sources, etc.) 8. Show us what you accomplished. (portfolio, evidence, presentation, website) 9. How did things go? (evaluation, reflection) 10. Attachments (criteria, appointments, other)Toon Rekkers, CoSSOL Meeting Rybnik, 16-19th Feb 2011 Pagina 3
  4. 4. 7. 2 Forms of a competency based assignment • Form? – Assessment, digital, online, evidence based, portfolio, masterproof, instructional, training, project, test, group work? • How? – from guided to non-guided learning (aggregation models) – visiting professors, (in company training) – with or without reflectionToon Rekkers, CoSSOL Meeting Rybnik, 16-19th Feb 2011 Pagina 4
  5. 5. 7.3 European Qualification Frame Work Level Knowledge Skills Competence 1 basic simple tasks under supervision 2 factual solve routine some problems autonomy 3* facts, accomplish take principles, tasks and responsibility processes and solve for general problems completion concepts of tasks 4* factual and generate • exercise self- theoretical in solutions to management broad contexts specific • supervise the problems routine work of others, 5 comprehensive comprehensive review and develop performance 6 advanced advanced manage complex technical or professional activities 7 highly specialised new strategic specialised problem- approaches solving and research 8 at the most solve critical demonstrate advanced problems in substantial frontier research authority, and/or innovation, innovation and autonomy, redefine scholarly and professional integrityToon Rekkers, CoSSOL Meeting Rybnik, 16-19th Feb 2011 Pagina 5
  6. 6. 8. Show us what you accomplished. (Portfolio, evidence, presentation, website)Show us what you accomplished. (speech, flyer, interview, website) Please if possible inpowerpoint so we can load it up (Alberto)9. How did things go? (Evaluation,reflection) • Known: – What did you already know? • Learned: – What would you have had liked to learn? • Remembered: – What will you remember from this workshop?10.Attachments (criteria, appointments, other)European reference levels for foreign languages • A1: basic (names etc) • A2: short and simple articles (everyday language) • B1: understand job-related language • B2: interact and present • C1: express myself • C2: take part in conversationDutch reference levels for Dutch (mother tongue and maths):Reference Level Fundamentel Quality Treshold1F End primary school From primary school to secondary education2F End VMBO From SE phase 1 to SE phase 2 / from VMBO to MBO3F End MBO-4 and HAVO From SE and MBO to HBO(college)4F End VWO From secondary education to universityLegenda: VMBO: pre-vocational education MBO: vocational education and training (VET) HBO: polytechnic college HAVO: higher general education VWO: preparing science education (pre-universityToon Rekkers, CoSSOL Meeting Rybnik, 16-19th Feb 2011 Pagina 6

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