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How to make a Christmas tree out of card
Transcript of How to make a Christmas tree out of card
Tree from Card
By Aimee, Chloe, Jen,
Ross and Sam
What we intend
STEP BY STEP
To teach you all how to make an origami Christmas tree using three different learning styles
To motivate you to make the best Christmas tree by giving the incentive of a prize
To have fun and get into the Christmas spirit
To make people feel more at home this Christmas
What you need..
Two pieces of card
Any other decorations you
Take the two pieces of card
With the card, cut out 5 circles (16cm,
13cm, 10cm, 7cm and 4cm)
Fold the circle in half
Cut the tips off the folded
Concertina fold the circles
Decorate your circles using:
Any other decorations you like!
Get a pencil and blue tack it to
a flat surface
Stack the circles starting with the
biggest to the smallest on the
And have a Merry Christmas!
Perception is unique to each
individual, we all have our own unique
picture of how we see the real world
Our senses are what dictate our
perception and each person's perception
of Christmas will be different based on
what they have seen, heard, tasted,
smelled and touched.
We have used the following learning
Honey and Mumford
Honey and Mumford believe there are 4
main learning styles:
Activists - learn best my making the
Reflectors - learn best by watching us
and then thinking the process through
Theorists - learn best by using
models and theories to aid making it
Pragmatists - learn best by watching
us and then making it themself
We have put you in pairs to reduce
the stress of the task in hand, however
this will only be possible if you
communicate with each other.
This is linked to Maslow's hierarchy of
needs, achieving your social needs