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Developing Skills for Decision-Making

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Wong Kwok Choon

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Developing Skills for Decision-Making

Developing Skills for Decision-Making BASICS Lesson: Think! How many decisions have you
made so far for today? Choices.......
What should I have for lunch?
Should I help or not?
Should I do my homework or play? Easy decision making Ca Careful and deliberate Thinking Steps in making GOOD decisions 1. Generate alternatives

2. Identify possible consequences

3. Select the best alternative Case Study:
To go or not to go? Step 1: Generate alternatives
Go to watch movie with friend
Go help up in his uncle's shop
Bring friend to help uncle
Bring uncle to watch movie together
Help first watch mid-night movie
Watch first then help
Don't go at all
Step 2: Possible consequences
Uncle cannot handle
Relationship will worsen
Your friend will get upset
Say ok. supportive
Friend feel bored
uncle will be happy
suspicious?

Step 3: Best alternative
Help first and then watch later
help out together with your friend Activity - Reverse Formation - Try to reverse the formation by moving only
THREE players in the formation.
- You have 10 mins to do so.

Grp 1:
- Pupils NOT allowed to help volunteer solve the problem.

Grp 2:
- Pupils CAN help volunteer solve the problem. Was the problem easy to solve?

Grp 1: How did the volunteers in the formation feel?
What did the pupils in the circle observe, and how did they feel?

Grp 2: How did the volunteers and the pupils in the circle feel? Reflection 1. Difficult for those directly involved in the problem to see the solution.
2. Looking at problem from outside - different perspective, examine situation from different angle
3. The more suggestions the better.
4. More heads are better than one
5. 'Too many cooks spoil the broth'.
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