Click on a role and find out what you have to do!
Once your working group has worked out who is doing what, print out two copies of the data checklist that applies to your role.
You will need a copy for each student you are catering for (your working group will have "two extra class members" to look after).
There is also room in the data checklist for you to write any
notes that will help you in your planning.
Don't forget to add your own ideas of what would make a great party!
Before you can use your data checklist, your working group must choose a group of two extra class members (students) to learn about. For example, your teacher might give you Harry and Lakshmi to learn about so that you can make the party special for them.
Your teacher will decide which pair your working group is to research.
The groups are:
a. Research on the Internet - Go to the websites listed in the Resources for your special students.
c. Find out if there are any students or parents at the school from the country you are investigating. Get your teacher to help you ask them questions about what the children's parties are like.
They might have some information about how parties are celebrated in their original country. If they are not in your class, ask your teacher to help you find a time when you can ask that person questions.
You need to come up with
You need to work out how you will present your creative ideas to
It is up to you to decide how your working group wants to present their ideas.
5. Coming to An Agreement
Questions to think about:
As a class, you need to sift through and find what parts can be included and what needs to be changed.
It may mean that you form one menu that has food from each group. It also might mean that what games were great before may not be now. This step requires a lot of talking but also a lot of listening. Your teacher will act as the mediator to ensure everyone gets a say.
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