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UIIT - Assessment Item One NG Sum Yi Cindy 11001748Project-Based Learning (PBL) ProposalSubject: English LanguageGrade: Form ThreeTheme: A three-day tour of Hong KongLearning OutcomesAt the end of the PBL activities, students will be able to develop: study skills (self-directed learning) [LO1] communication skills (collaboration and negotiation with peers) [LO2] information technology skills (practical use of online and offline [LO3] applications) critical thinking skills (ways of criticizing positively on one’s or others’ [LO4] work) creativity (innovative ideas of arranging tourist attractions) [LO5]There are three stages in this PBL proposal:Stage One: Preparationa. Learning Outcome: [LO1]b. Timeline: [Two lessons: 1 - 15 March, 2012] Teacher will show: i. a promotional video of Hong Kong made by Hong Kong Tourism Board; ii. the website ‘Discover Hong Kong - Official Travel Guide from the Hong Kong Tourism Board’ (http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/); and iii. the project from former students and let the students know exactly what they are going to do, and the possible ICT tools can be used. Teacher will tell students that they need to design a three-day tour of Hong Kong. Teacher will facilitate student grouping. Each group will decide a sub-topic (e.g. Tour of Living Culture) based on the main theme and submits the table of contents with the first action plan on or before 15 March 2012.Stage Two: Implementationa. Learning Outcomes: [LO1, LO2, LO3, LO5]b. Timeline: [Three lessons: 16 March - 16 April 2012] Teacher will teach Google search parameters to refine and select good quality data. 1
UIIT - Assessment Item One NG Sum Yi Cindy 11001748 Each group will use RSS features in iGoogle for collecting data from different Websites. Each group will decide on the tourist attractions that will be included in the itinerary. Each group will visit the tourist attractions, collect travel guides and take pictures there. Each group will interview the local and overseas tourists at the attractions and ask them the reasons of visiting the attractions and what they think about the attractions. Each group will write a report of 800 words about the information obtained at that stage and upload it to Google Docs so that the teacher can give comments to it there. Teacher will explain the assessment criteria as below: Assessment items Assessor(s) Group PBL report Teacher (50%) Oral presentation Teacher (20%); Other groups (20%) Group assessment Your group members (5%) Self assessment Yourself (5%)Stage Three: Data analysis and conclusiona. Learning Outcomes: [LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5]b. Timeline: [Two lessons: 17 April - 18 May 2012] Each group will analyse and further process the data collected. Each group will edit photos with Sumo Paint (http://www.sumopain.com/app). Each group will create a Website with Blogger for oral presentation; each oral presentation (itinerary, summary of activity highlights, tourists’ views, rationales of picking the attractions) will last for 20 minutes. Each group will write a group PBL report of 8-10 pages; the following table shows the suggested outline of the report: P.1 : Cover page P.2-3 : The itinerary (3-day tour of Hong Kong) (with pictures and captions) P.4-5 : Recent activities organised by the tourist attractions (pictures/YouTube) P.6-7 : Tourists’ views on the attractions P.8-9 : Rationales of choosing these attractions and arranging them in the way they are P.10 : Group reflection for the whole PBL activities Each group must hand in a final report (including 100 words self-reflection for each group member in the group PBL report) after the oral presentation on or before 28 2
UIIT - Assessment Item One NG Sum Yi Cindy 11001748 May, 2012.Reference:Curriculum Development Institute. (n.d.). Project Learning. Retrieved May 28, 2012, from: http://cd1.edb.hkedcity.net/cd/projectlearning/index.html 3