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1 Grade 11 PAT Gap year Word Report and PPT Summary Version’s date 4 November 2009

2 Grade 10 PAT Folder Folder saved as SurnameFirstname –Phase 1 –Phase 2 –Phase 3

3 Phase 1

4 Grade 11 PAT Start Word Insert –Header – Your name –Footer - Disclaimer –Footer - Page numbers Save in Phase 1 in folder Heading – Gap year 1.Write a sentence on what you must DO. Begin with ‘I am going to investigate how to spend a year doing … and then write a report on my findings to give to my uncle to show how I came to my final choice. I will also display a summary in a PowerPoint presentation.’ 2.Make a list of sub headings and then questions to ask so that you can DO it. (±20)

5 Sub headings Decide on sub headings needed to investigate What do need to know to solve the problem? Grade 11 PAT

6 Sub topics and now Questions Where, Length of time, Cost - Easy to make Qs Value/Benefit – –Social –Skill –CV –Short term –Long term Grade 11 PAT

7 Questions Sort Qs under headings, e.g. Where, Length of time, Cost, Value/Benefit, Label Qs according to Levels Answers –Say where or how you will find information to answer each Q – type of source, e.g. Internet, person, magazine –Say why the answer to each Q will help

8 Sub headings, now make questions Create sub headings Add questions under sub headings Do a quality check – have you asked enough Qs to answer the problem?

9 Grade 11 PAT Type of questions LevelType 1Factual - what, when, where, who 2Explore, query – why, how 3Adjust, alter, predict - what if 4 Judgement – would it be better if, what would be the best way

10 Questions Sort Qs under headings, e.g. Where, Length of time, Cost, Value/Benefit, Label Qs according to Levels Answers –Say where or how you will find information to answer each Q – type of source, e.g. Internet, person, magazine –Say why the answer to each Q will help Grade 11 PAT

11 Make table – landscape – Move (not copy) details Q No HeadingLevel No Questi on SourceWhy ask Q

12 Format table 1.Sort the work under Headings 2.Check Q numbering 3.Make columns ‘just’ wide enough 4.Make rows not too deep 5.Column headings – Bold and shaded, repeated 6.Keep all text the same font size, except for headings Grade 11 PAT

13 Get ready to hand in 1.Detailed description of the task or the problem in your own words 2.Main question Questions in a table Header Footer Complete rubric for Phase 1 Grade 11 PAT

14 Phase 2

15 Grade 11 PAT Overview 1.Look at ways of spending USEFUL gap year 2.Fill ONE year 3.Money no object 4.Motivate Why? How? Where? Why?

16 Grade 11 PAT Decided? Collect information Save electronic information, e.g. web pages, videos –in Phase 2 –of Folder Save magazine / brochure / survey, etc. –in paper envelope / plastic sleeve Keep a Word document with list of URLs collected and date when found

17 Grade 11 PAT Collect information … Where you will spend the year Length of time doing specific activities at certain centres Cost of the activities Value/Benefit (socially, physically, mentally) (why the sponsor should pay for you to go) Social Skill CV Short term Long term

18 Survey OR Checklist About ±5 Qs to help you decide on the value of an activity OR other’s experiences Know what you are talking about BEFORE you create survey Create Qs first, and only then format the page Use template survey OR create new document Test survey on 3 people – change as needed Format neatly and logically Use tabs, columns and or tables On a FULL page or two FULL pages Heading Picture Please complete … Thank you … Indicate to whom it must be returned Hand out / collect data Grade 11 PAT

19 Word 2003 Adapt a survey template Grade 11 PAT

20 Word 2007 Adapt a survey template

21 Example of a survey Grade 11 PAT Nice headings but this picture belongs with Gr 10

22 Collect information Test survey on 3 people – change as needed Hand out to 20 people / collect data from 20 people Grade 11 PAT

23 Survey All information must go onto one Excel work sheet Keep details for each person Arrange it so the amounts can be added up Grade 11 PAT

24 Collect information from Survey Grade 11 PAT Silly layout! Only need one column per question

25 Collect information from survey Silly layout! Only need one row per person Grade 11 PAT

26 Collect information from survey Grade 11 PAT Meaningless headings

27 Collect information from survey Nice headings Well laid out Best! Nice headings but this picture belongs with Gr 10

28 Get totals Analyse the information Grade 11 PAT Use Countif function to total results AND other functions to get required data

29 Graphs 1.Create one graph per question in spreadsheet 2.Add a suitable picture as a background 3.Label horizontal and vertical axises 4.Copy each graph to a Word document (centre it) 5.Under each graph insert a caption (short heading for the graph, centre it) 6.Under each graph write/type about what is shown in each graph (non caption, in body text, align left). Use the words highest, more, most, lowest, less or least.

30 Database Information must go onto one Access table Keep records/details for each item/person Arrange it so the data can be queried Arrange it so that calculations can be made from the database Grade 11 PAT

31 Reports and Queries 1.Create reports with groupings and calculations to GET the information required 2.Add a picture as a report header 3.Create one query per each idea 4.Copy each query to a spreadsheet, do calculations (countif, sumif, etc.), then create a graph 5.Add a picture as a background to the graph 6.Label horizontal and vertical axises 7.Copy the graphs to the Word document 8.Under each graph insert a caption 9.Write/type about what is shown in each graph Grade 11 PAT

32 Cross referencing / Linking Copy original Word document with questions Use ALL good questions from Phase 1 Add hyperlinks to your data saved in Folder for questions

33 How many questions Enough to show/prove to your uncle why you want to do … for your gap year Grade 11 PAT

34 Trustworthiness – 1/2 Look at every source of information, e.g. web page, magazine article, person, etc. Write 1 sentence about each source (so if you looked at 2 web pages and did a survey, evaluate those 3) on: –Check elsewhere –Focus –Author / Authority –Place –Date / Currency Then write – ‘This source is trustworthy or not trustworthy because …’ for every single source. Believe?Trust? Look at next slide Grade 11 PAT

35 Trustworthiness – 2/2 Check elsewhere Can you check what the source says anywhere else? FocusIs the article objective or is it trying to persuade? Author / Authority Is the author an authority in that field? Is the author’s name listed elsewhere as an authority? Is the document free of grammar or spelling errors? PlaceIs the source a reputable place, e.g. published book or encyclopaedia web site? Date / Currency How recent is the information, but is the date important?

36 Planning Decide how you are going to write your report. What is it meant to be about? Think! Look at your Phase 1 questions! Put down your headings / sections and subheadings / sub sections Under each heading –write what you are going to say, –write or show what graph you are going to use, if any, –write or show what picture you are going to use, if any. Plan! Do not do the report

37 Phase 2 Hand in 1.Phase 2 folder 2.Paper envelope / plastic sleeve with 20 completed/ticked surveys 3.Any other evidence in printed format 4.Printed document with graphs and writing about each graph 5.Printed document on cross referencing 6.Printed document on trustworthiness 7.Access reports with images in the headers (for advanced learners) 8.Planning document 9.Completed rubric Information in Phase 2 folder 1.All the information, i.e. web pages, etc. 2.Spreadsheet 3.Database 4.Document with graphs and writing about each graph 5.Document on cross referencing 6.Document on trustworthiness 7.Document on planning Hand in in the order given Clear file names

38 Phase 3 - Final report Take planning document Do a Save As ‘Final report’ Under the headings INSERT the … –information mentioned –graphs mentioned –pictures mentioned Do it as paragraphs / story (write it in such a way that if the headings are removed, it still makes sense) Due Thursday - No printing yet – Do not worry about the looks yet

39 Finishing off - Structure ‘I am going to write about …’ Remove Title pageName, class, game name HeadingsConvert questions into ‘Headings’ Page numbersX of y Table of contentsOn page on own, page numbers left of headings ReferencesAt end IntroductionSay what you are going to discuss, put this just before Planning or … ConclusionSay what you have discussed and final decision

40 Finishing off - Looks Title pageBorder around only this page Images, graphs and tables Centred, in-line with text, write about each, must be part of the story - not separate, must help explain the text where it is placed CaptionsUnder images, graphs and tables, centred, is a short heading, no full stop, explanation in body text Paragraph spacing 1.5 FontsOne font used HeadingsBold, larger than body text, no colons, no bullets Body text, headings Aligned left ColumnsMaybe something in columns

41 Phase 3 - Report Hand in Phase 3 folder Printed report Completed rubric In Phase 3 folder Spreadsheet Database PPT Report 9 November

42 Grade 11 PAT Bibliography Free Internet Morabaraba Server. (n.d.) Retrieved: 27 July 2009, from Jukskei. (2009) Jukskei. Retrieved: 27 July 2009, from Marabaraba. (n.d.). Retrieved: 27 July 2009, from Activities_Marabaraba.pdf. Activities_Marabaraba.pdf Mindsprts South Africa. (n.d.) Retrieved: 27 July 2009, from morabaraba.htm.http://www.mindsportssa.freeservers.com/rules- morabaraba.htm Sort alphabetically This is the last part of a report


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