Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Weekly Course Outline


                 Weekly Planner 2016 - 2017

Week
      Date
                    Skills
     Assessment
 CLO
1
21 Aug – 25 Aug

2
2
28 Aug-1 Sep

2, 4, 6
3
4 Sep- 8 Sep
Set up e-portfolio/word press

4
11 Sep- 13 Sep

 BREAK


Preparation for Assessment #1
Practical Skills Assessment

5
18 Sep- 22 Sep

Assessment 1 

6
25Sep-29 Sep
Personal Abilities: Wellbeing of Individuals
  • Believing in yourself (PPT+ Activities) and Responsibilities Worksheet (Teacher Versus Students)
  • Positive Thinking(PPT+ Activities)

1,3
7
2 Oct- 6 Oct
2 Oct (Islamic New year)
  • Internal Motivation and Self Esteem
  • Emotions and Stress Management

  • Self- Awareness and Self-Regulation


8
9 Oct- 13 Oct

Assessment  2


9
16 Oct- 20 Oct
Cognitive Abilities: Preparedness for College
  • Psycho-social development and challenges of coping with transition from school to college and Essential characteristics of mature and psychologically healthy individuals

1,2,4
10
23 Oct- 27 Oct
  • Problem solving and Conflict Resolution
  • Critical Thinking


11
30 Oct- 3 Nov



12
6 – 10 Nov
Interpersonal Abilities: Family, Work and Community Service
  • Team Work Skills
  • Effective Communication Skills and personality types

2,3,4,5
13
13 Nov- 17 Nov
  • Empathy and Feedback
  • Active Listening, Negotiation skills and Relationship Building
Assessment 3

14
20 Nov- 24 Nov
  • Project development and planning
  • A basic understanding of the Family, Society, Culture


15
27 Nov- 1 Dec
(30 Nov Commemoration Day)

Assessment #4

16
4 Dec- 7 Dec






Course Learning Outcomes

1. Develop an awareness of personal identity and personality theories to understand others’ behavior in a group setting. 

2. Demonstrate understanding of HCT regulations, organizational structures, services and resources relevant to academic needs and personal success. 

3. Recognize key transitional stages in our lives and develop skills and techniques in relation to preparedness for college and work life.  

4. Recognize the importance of time management, team work and effective study skills including basic research literacy and critical thinking. 

5. Recognize the importance of being a productive member of society both at work and in the broader community.  

6. Develop an understanding of the use of digital and information literacy skills for success at college and beyond. 


Assessment

1. Practical Skills Assessment
Coursework
Weight: 25%
A range of activities assessing the application of effective study skills to current courses (e.g. understanding terminology, use of an assessment planner and course checklist, etc.).

2. Project Output
Coursework
Weight: 20%
Reflective journal outlining steps that have been taken to manage stress and enhance well-being.  To be completed on BBL.

3. Portfolio and Oral Presentation
Coursework
Weight: 25%
Produce a portfolio and give a presentation in front of the class, outlining the achievements and skills acquired within this course related to academic success. 

4. Final Exam: written examination
Final Assessment 
Weight: 30%
This exam assesses student’s overall understanding of the concepts and information introduced in the whole course. Duration: 2 hours. 



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