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Cross-Curriculum Learning an approach to a topic which includes contributions from different disciplines An example :

INTRODUCTION 7 GETTING STARTED Successful students will be able to recognize the Key Skills they use both at school and in out-of school activities. SECTION ONE: COMMUNICATION 9 TAKING AN ACTIVE PART Successful students will have written a plan for welcoming a group of visiting junior school pupils to their school. 11 I HEAR WHAT YOU SAY Successful students will be able to identify what is meant by active listening. 13 WORKING TOGETHER Successful students will be able to recognize the different types of behaviour people use in group discussions. 15 GET YOUR MESSAGE OVER Successful students will identify and assess different ways of presenting information. 17 WRITE ON TRACK Successful students will understand how to follow and produce written instructions. SECTION TWO: APPLICATION OF NUMBER 19 PRESENT IT WELL: 1 Successful students will be able to represent information using line and bar line graphs. 21 PRESENT IT WELL: 2 Successful students will be able to represent information using bar charts and pie charts. 23 IT LOOKS RIGHT Successful students will be able to make estimates, based on the data from an enterprise activity. 25 GET THE FACTS Successful students will demonstrate that they can collect and use numerical information accurately. 27 WHERES THE PROFIT? Successful students will be able to work out percentages and use them to calculate gains and losses in business takings. SECTION THREE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 29 PRODUCE A LEAFLET Successful students will be able to use a computer to produce a leaflet. 31 ACTIVE RESEARCH Successful students will demonstrate that they can use the Internet as a tool for active research. 33 WAYS OF COMMUNICATING Successful students will be able to identify the different electronic communication methods, and suggest what these could be used for. 35 SMART PRESENTATION Successful students will demonstrate the use of computer graphics to improve the way in which they present information. SECTION FOUR: WORKING WITH OTHERS 37 PERSONAL STYLE

Successful students will be able to identify the ways they prefer to work with others, and some of the advantages and disadvantages entailed. 39 TEAM SKILLS Successful students will identify their personal team-working strengths, and consider how they could be applied to work situations. 41 PRODUCE THE GOODS Successful students will have worked together on a simulation activity, and identified the roles people played and how well the group worked together. 43 PLAN A PROJECT Successful students will have identified ways of co-operating with other people to plan a project. SECTION FIVE: PROBLEM SOLVING 45 WHATS THE PROBLEM Successful students will be able to identify problems and suggest ways of solving them. 47 SOLVE A PUZZLE Successful students will have solved puzzles and be able to explain how they did it. 49 GET THE INFO Successful students will know where to find information to solve a career choice problem.

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51 STEP BY STEP Successful students will be able to plan a step-by step process for solving a problem SECTION SIX: IMPROVING OWN LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE 53 BE SMART Successful students will be able to identify SMART targets and know how to use them. 55 TAKING STOCK Successful students will be able to list their strengths in school subjects and other activities, and produce evidence. 57 ONE, TWO, THREE Successful students will be able to identify action points to improve their performance. 59 PLAN TO IMPROVE Successful students will be able to write an action plan for improving performance. 61 PULLING IT TOGETHER Successful students will be able to review their learning outcomes from the activities in this pack and identify evidence of Key Skills to include in their Progress Files.

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http://lesson-plansmaterials.suite101.com/article.cf m/crosscurriculum_flower_activiti es#ixzz0JA5B4eVm&D ACTIVITIES TO PROVIDE EVIDENCE ACROSS THE CURRICULUM by JOAN BARTON and ALAN BARTON with MIKE HEMMINGS and REBECCA WILBY