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What are activities?
  • Activities are targeted, purposeful teaching and learning moments.
  • Activities usually lead into, or are timely to where students are in an exploration process or in a project.
  • Activities can be completed in a short period of time.
  • Activities should not stand alone, in that the activity completed should be put into context of student work.
  • Activities target specific key features, program content.
  • Activities target one phase predominantly of the learning and evaluation process but may touch on other phases.
  • Activities are context independent; context is provided by student explorations and/or projects.
  • Activities often leave traces of learning, or student work, which facilitate the evaluation process.
  • Activities build competency.
  • To ensure a balanced competency approach in the classroom, activities are developed for each of the phases of KPOP 1.




Activities

Artifact Produced

Starting a Personal Career Profile-Areas of Interest

Graphic Organizer
PDF
Top 20 careers

Top 20 Career list & Reflection
PDF
Know Yourself collage

Collage and reflection
PDF

Breaking down an exploration plan

Graphic Organizer PDF
Establishing good criteria for planning

Evaluation checklist
PDF

Education paths
Presentation and worksheet
PDF
  Evaluation of a career exploration process

Graphic organizer
PDF
"Taking Stock" of progress

Graphic organizer
PDF
Newspaper Saturday

Written reflection
PDF

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1 KPOP is an acronym and in no way replaces the language used in the POP program. For instance, On-task is referred to as exploring and experimenting; Ponder is referred to as reflection in the program. The KPOP acronym is meant to facilitate the recall of such program terms, and not replace them.