Presentation on theme: "WORLD SCHOOL OBJECTIVES Masaki Matsudaira created World School in 1997 with the following vision: A World Without Borders A Forum for Youth from the."— Presentation transcript:
WORLD SCHOOL OBJECTIVES Masaki Matsudaira created World School in 1997 with the following vision: A World Without Borders A Forum for Youth from the World A widening of Horizons Youth embracing different global perspectives Lasting friendships
MAIN ACTIVITIES 1.Bonding Activities 2.Debates or Team Presentations Preparation 3.Debates or Team Presentations 4.Visits related to the theme 5.Cultural visits 6.Home stay 7.Country Presentations: related to the theme and cultural performances 8.Games
PREPARATION TASKS May and June tasks: Meeting to plan the preparation tasks and make decisions on the PowerPoint Presentation, the Canadian Booth and the Traditional Performance. Summer tasks: Debate or Presentation Research. Scrapbook about our way of life in Canada. Message to the MPs (Canadian Pins). September and October tasks: PowerPoint Presentation: Country Presentation related to the theme. Canadian Booth: Related to the theme. Traditional Performance: singing and/or dancing. Presentation at the assembly: WS delegation presents the Forum theme. Meeting with the Previous Canadian Delegations.
WS REQUIREMENTS Personal requirements Total Grade Average: +80% Strong Organizational Skills Strong Communication Skills Team Work Ability Independent Work Ability Time management Respect of deadlines and commitments Ability to cope with change and differences
WS REQUIREMENTS Commitments 1. Before World School: Preparation Tasks 2. During World School: Best Behavior as Canadian and Trafalgar Representatives 3. After World School: Reflection text and video Video for the Assembly Update World School Board + Pictures Open House Meeting with previous delegations (supper)
STUDENT EXPENSES ① Student Plane Ticket + 1/3 of the teacher’s ticket ② Insurances (Health and Trip Cancellation + Modification ③ Gifts for Homestay Family ④ Canada Booth Small items ⑤ Pocket Money (All expenses during the World School Forum are covered by the World School Foundation.)
CANDIDATE SELECTION PROCEDURE 1.Candidate Letter of Presentation -Word Printed Document, Anonymous, name on a separate sheet of paper at the back of your letter. -Min. 200 words, max. 300 words, double spaced. -Answer these three questions: What is World School? Why would you like to go to WS? Why would you be a good candidate for WS? 2.Personal Research and Presentation: text or PPT TOPIC : to be determined. 3.Individual Interview 4.Group Interview