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World War II Singapore
Transcript of World War II Singapore
Short Hair Trick the Japanese soldiers Japanese candy Pastimes of a child Running from falling bombs Yes, if you have nothing to do, this can be fun. http://www.clker.com/clipart-24977.html World War II Picking wild fruits http://www.giantjeansparlor.net/images/wagashiwallpaper-thumb.jpg Getting candy from a soldier It's not as easy as taking candy from a baby Only boys can get candy Are you willing to take off all your clothes and get kicked in the rear to get a piece of candy? Well, the children during WWII would Abandoned houses from escapees Interview More about him Lim Kok Hoe 4-6 Years Old During the War Child Why did we choose to interview him? He has positive feelings to the war,
giving us a different perspective. Interviewee Showcase Blog? No Road Show? No Road Sale? Yes What?! Selling items
with stories behind them Traditional Japanese Candy Comic Books Corroboration How did we do it? It doesn't just fall off the sky, does it? " " Secondary Sources Internet Other groups' interview transcript Trustworthy webpages Multiple webpages Lim Hao Yang Sun Jie Min Hong Kaixuan Chua Zong Wei S1-07 http://www.raproject.com/articles/care-in-the-community/ How does it all fit into the available knowledge? Most of the information were already known. Except a few... Japanese Traditional Candy The Kind
Japanese Government Running from Bombs
as a Pastime How do they fit? New information! Effective? Knowledge is retained better when: • More than one sense is used • Unusual How does it Highlight the Main Points? It shows the main points through interesting ways. Clothing Keychains Toy Guns Some items uses not only the eyes. Pictorial representation is more effective than words. Constraints Some knowledge is difficult to be shared. It may be difficult to sell the items out.