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Concentric circle inquiry cycle - HWOO
Transcript of Concentric circle inquiry cycle - HWOO
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Insight into student thinking
Where's this going?
Hong Kong Infrastructure gallery
How we Organise Ourselves
Central Idea: Decisions are made to plan our surroundings.
An inquiry into different planning systems (form)
How planning affects people’s lives (causation)
Different perspectives on development (perspective)
Our understanding of the
- The meaning behind the key words to images.
Mr Hollingsworth went to the Infrastructure gallery to see if Year 3 should go. It was awesome so he booked the trip.
Who makes decisions to plan our classroom?
Everybody shouting over each other
Group decided to speak one at a time
Decision making in groups:
Couldn't agree upon 1 idea
The manager had the final decision
Change your ideas slightly so that everybody is happy
Vote - everybody chooses their favourite
People thinking about themselves - not the group
give everybody a chance to explain their ideas
Children being silly - not staying on task
remind them to stay on task - explain again what they need to do.
Tell the manager to explain the problem to the teacher
Give the person a warning about their behaviour
I went to Singapore. While I was there I went on a tree top walk and it was made out of wood.
It is connected to our unit of inquiry because its made out of an eco friendly material.
I would change our school to move a little bit far from the ocean.
"I Want to change our classroom to a empty, modern classroom."
cars and boats=pollution=asthma.
boats cause allergies.
There is a big sports ground in front of the school.
On the weekend I looked for things about Hong kong and I found a newspaper report about peoples home.
On the weekends I made a cardboard boat and a home. This is linked to our unit because I was planning how to make it.
What would you put on this empty plot?
Which questions should we ask when thinking about planning decisions?
Who will use it?
Is the space big enough for what I want to build?
I took the action of designing my sister's and my bedroom.
Make a boat club because its near to the sea.
Make it a school because there are lot's of people
and I don't see a school
I would make a animal center so the endangered animals can be cared for.
I would make a
hotel with a
house on the right so people can visit
I would make an
art gallery because
I think people
might like to see it.
Is it clean? Do I have to clean it first?
How will I build it? Who will design it?
Why should I build it?
Who can get there? Is it easy to get there?
Who's idea is the best?
When will it be built?
I made a prezi about how to design a classroom. You need to ask quite a few questions before you plan your classroom.
How noisy is it living next to a construction site in Hong KonG?
I took action
by making a
plan of my bedroom.
Mr. Hollingsworth, children, Bindu
Mr. Hay, Miss Penny (PTA), Students, Mr Lam, Teachers, Ms Sarjana, Mr Hamblin,
Does this give you any ideas for our town plan?
What's missing from our community?
Inquiry into Hundertwasser
What do his designs tell us about him?
What features do you see on his buildings?
lots of triangles
How tall is it?
He said you can have windows where ever you want.
Hundertwasser was a colorful and imaginative person.
Hundertwasser was a dreamy and creative.
He liked plants very much.
His buildings look expensive.
What decisions have been made to plan these surroundings?
Colin's Minecraft Town
How wide it is?
How easy it is to design?
How many triangles there are?
How does it light up?
It stands out from other buildings because of its triangles.
The edges of the triangles are lights.
Why is it this shape?
What is it made of? Is it slippery?
Why is it made of triangles?
Spikes out of the top.
How long did it take to build?
It was built a long time ago because it was in already standing when I got to Hong Kong.
I saw a machine which tells you what it looked like in the past.
The movie showed us what old Hong Kong was like. It was interesting
a model of Hong Kong
There was a driving game which took you around different parts of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong won't make it to 2030. The landfills will fill up.
a video which tells us where buildings are placed and things which might be built in the future - MTR to Ocean Park
What Hong Kong will look like in 10 years?
How did they decide where the buildings are going to go.
How could we take similar action in Hong Kong?
What could we change?
How would it change/ improve people's lives?
Who's responsibility is it to take action?
Who's idea was it?
Recommend some changes that you would make? How would it be improved by your changes
Discuss the impact it has had on people's lives?
3H's Hundertwasser skyline
research building designs
Analyse the map to see which buildings we already have
What buildings does it include?
Create your buildings to put on to the map
Decide which buildings you need to make and prioritise the order that you should make them in.
Think about who will need to use the building.
Leisure and Culture
speak round in a circle.
Skyscrapers, ICC, IFC, offices
Museums, Sports schools, after school clubs,
Gallery, art galleries
Bank of China
Cars, taxi, buses
Things we use
roads, signs, paths
The Secret Garden Development
chalkboard x 4
water cups and equipment x 6
plants x 4
3D shapes x2
digging x 2
small houses x2
Decisions are made to plan our surroundings.
Where are our buildings going to go?
What must it be close to?
Who is going to use it?
How will people get to it?
Pick one decision and explain how it has affected other people.
Where to put the tables
Where the cupboards should go
Thought about new ways to organise our room
Where the chairs would go
The whole class
Who makes decisions?
What decisions could be made? How are decisions made?
Your task must show that you have considered our 3 concepts:
How does a planning decision impact my life and the lives of others?
What are the different points of view related to a planning decision?
Why are buildings where they are?
Redesign an area of land in Hong Kong.
How does it improve people's lives?
What do you see?
How will this affect what might be built there?
Which design features will you include?
Where to put the tables
How many tables there are
Where will the school be built
Development of the secret garden
What equipment we need in school
What decisions did you make?
How will your design improve the area?
Who's perspective were you thinking of when you planned your design?
Advert DHL hot air balloon
boats in the harbour
air conditioner for the tunnel
high rise apartments
Nothing heavy --> tunnel will collapse
When we redesigned the secret garden made a survey to get everybody's opinion.
we made our models.
we created our wall display because we had to learn about our surroundings.
we drew our classroom designs we had to work as part of a group to overcome communication problems.
When we did genius hour. We learned about new things.
we did our art genius hour.
we had to work in a group.
we created the models for our city.
we created our rollercoaster for the wall map.
we took action and made buildings for the wall.
worked in house groups to plan buildings for the wall map.
we made classroom designs with our groups.
we played the urban planning game