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Teaching Exemplar 4: Project Learning - “Getting to Know the Chinese Instruments”

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Teaching Exemplar 4: Project Learning - “Getting to Know the

Implementation Stage (Weeks 2 to 3)

• Collect information on the chosen instrument through different channels such as libraries and the Internet;

• Sort and analyse the collected information and complete the information collection sheet; and

• Use presentation software to make an oral presentation of not more than 10 minutes with contents including the shape and structure, sound production and timbre, playing methods and pictures of the chosen instrument.

Concluding Stage (Weeks 4 to 5)

• Make oral presentation using electronic slides;

• Give constructive feedback to the oral presentation of different groups;

• Use word processing software to make a written presentation within 6 to 8 pages, with contents including the shape and structure, sound production and timbre, playing methods, pictures and reference materials of the chosen instrument; and

• Complete the self and peer assessment form.

Assessment: Assess students’ overall performance in study skills, learning attitude and generic skills through the forms of classroom observation, documentation of information, oral and written presentations, meeting minutes and self and peer assessment.

Significance of • Through study and group activities, students extend learning beyond Learning: the classroom and construct knowledge, whereby active learning is

facilitated;

• Through the processes of study and presentation, students share their learning outcomes with others;

• Through self and peer assessment, students develop their abilities in reflection and appraising; and

• Through group discussion, study and presentation, students’ generic skills and proper learning attitude are cultivated.

Significance of • Through designing activities of project learning, teachers understand Teaching: how to implement and assess such activities;

• Through guiding students to conduct project learning, teachers experience their roles as facilitators and collaborators; and

• Through observing students’ classroom performance and learning outcomes, teachers understand their learning and presentation abilities.

Learning and References:

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Annexes:

1. Notes for Students on Project Learning 2. Format of Meeting Agenda and Minutes 3. Information Collection Sheet

4. Self and Peer Assessment Form 5. Marking Suggestions

Generic Skills Study skills, problem-solving skills, IT skills, communication skills, Developed: collaboration skills, critical thinking skills, creativity, self-management

skills and numeracy skills

Values and • Cultivate national awareness;

Attitudes • Respect and appreciate others’ learning outcomes; and Cultivated:

• Cultivate positive and active learning attitude.

Source: This exemplar is an adaptation of the teaching exemplar provided by TWGH Wong Yee Jar Jat Memorial Primary School.

Annex 1: Notes for Students on Project Learning

Topic

“Getting to Know the Chinese Instruments”

Introduction

1. To make decision in groups on the instrument to be studied, and collect relevant information on the chosen instrument, including the shape and structure, sound production and timbre, playing methods, pictures, audio recordings and relevant URLs.

2. To sort and analyse the collected information to make oral and written presentations.

Assessment

Documentation of information, oral and written presentations, meeting minutes, self and peer assessment

Progress and Points to Note

Progress Task Points to Note

• Convene working meeting as suggested in the meeting agenda, and the frequency can be decided upon the needs.

• Each meeting has to be chaired by different classmates.

• Record the contents of each meeting, including the instrument to be studied, the division of work and the ways to collect and record information.

• Collect information on the chosen instrument through different channels such as libraries and on the Internet.

• Complete the information collection sheet with the information collected and hand in the sheet on or before (date).

• Prepare the oral presentation by sorting and analysing information.

• Use presentation software to make an oral presentation with contents including the shape and structure, sound production and timbre, playing methods and pictures of the chosen instrument.

• The oral presentation should not exceed 10 minutes.

• Please contact Music teacher if there are needs to use the facilities in the music room.

• The oral presentations will be held on the following dates:

Groups 1 and 2: (date) Groups 3 and 4: (date) Groups 5 and 6: (date) Groups 7 and 8: (date)

• Use word processing software to make a written presentation with contents including the shape and structure, sound production and timbre, playing methods, pictures and reference materials of the chosen instrument.

• The overall design includes the design of cover and layout.

• The number of pages should be between 6 to 8.

Implementation Stage

(Weeks 2 to 3)

Concluding Stage

(Weeks 4 to 5)

Preparation Stage

(Week 1)

Convene working meeting

Collect and process information

Make oral presentation

Conduct oral presentation

Make written presentation

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Annex 2: Format of Meeting Agenda and Minutes

The Second Meeting

Group:

Date:

Time:

Venue:

Chairperson:

Attendants:

Agenda:

1. Report the progress of sorting and analyse of the collected information

2. Complete the information collection sheet

3. Discuss the arrangement of making oral presentation and division of work

4. Any other business 5. Date of next meeting Meeting Minutes:

Time of adjournment:

The First Meeting

Group:

Date:

Time:

Venue:

Chairperson:

Attendants:

Agenda:

1. Decide the instrument to be studied 2. Details on division of work

3. Methods of collecting and recording information 4. Any other business

5. Date of next meeting Meeting Minutes:

Time of adjournment:

Annex 3: Information Collection Sheet

Group: The chosen instrument to be studied:

Category of the instrument:

Information on the Internet