Month: May 2016

Work for Tuesday May 10th

I will be away all day today. I am going to Kamakura with the grade 9 Individuals and Societies classes to collect fieldwork for their Tourism unit.

Here is the work for today:

Grade 11: Work on Analysis of your Internal Assessment, due Wednesday May 18.

Grade 8B:

Period 1: You will peer assess part 1 of The Generations Project

  • Mr Culek will give you a TSC with the name of one of your peers (randomely, do not ask for a specific person)
  • Follow the hyperlinks here 8B to find your person’s paragraph, and ask for viewing rights
  • Give viewing rights to your own document
  • On the paper TSC, write your name next to the name of the person you are assessing: “Assessed by __________________”
  • Carefully read their part 1 and all of their research notes
  • Highlight one of each strand for criteria A and B
  • In the teacher comment section, clearly explain why you gave them these grades, referring to the specific strands and criteria
  • When you are done, return the TSCs to Mr Culek, not to the student. 

When you are done, you have the rest of the class to work on part 3 your Generations Project

Remember, you can present your findings in any way you choose: Video, essay, powerpoint, song, skits etc.

  • If you haven’t conducted the interview yet ,you can:
    • start working on the introduction of your project (historical background, biography, presenting the research question etc)
    • work on the visual aspect of your presentation (powerpoint, diigo, collecting images, video etc)
    • Work on your MLA bibloiography

InS 9: Kamakura Tourism Fieldwork

Next week, we will be going to Kamakura to perform a 2 part fieldwork research on the impacts of tourism as seen by tourists and the local population

Here is the (new) project description and TSC

Here are the groups and their locations – Our class

And here is the plan!

Train Schedule

Today:

Some of you may begin part 1 of the project but we need:

  1. Clear grid boundaries of our 4 groups on Googlemap
  2. Two teams creating electronic surveys to be used by all InS 9 classes, with functioning spreadsheets.

Friday:

Continue part 1 and make sure that grids and electronic surveys are functional

Monday:

We will conduct a dry-run in the park across the street

May 16 to May 30th (due at beginning of class)

You have every class to complete the project in the required format.

Make sure to include:

Part 1:

  1. Title and Aim
  2. Hypothesis
  3. Background information
  4. Methods and data collection sheet
  5. Results in tables
  6. Results in graphs
  7. Results in maps
  8. Analysis
  9. Conclusion
  10. Evaluation

Part 2:

 

  • 2 hypotheses
  • Student-made maps and  graphs
  • Analysis

 

 

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