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Description of Citizenship Activity Describe how you participated in a school or community based activity.

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GCSE Citizenship Studies 3280 (Short Course) 3280/02: Participating in Society, Internal Assessment Front Sheet Centre Name Bosworth College Centre Number 25202 Candidate Name George Mundell - Jones Candidate Number 7351 This form is designed for electronic completion and where necessary boxes will expand as you type. Once fully completed, this form must be printed for submission and both teacher and candidate authentication statements signed by hand. Please ensure that all pages are fastened securely prior to submission. Description of Citizenship Activity Describe how you participated in a school or community based activity. The activity was (please select as appropriate): a. Describe the activity The activity was about rising awareness in two charities. One of the charities was internetional and the other charity was national. The purpose of the activity is the creatino of a stall advertising the different charities. The stall was decorated to focus on our age group, as our target audience was aged 15 - 18 so we had to make the stall attractive. b. Describe your role My role in the project, was to research information and find pictures and stories on certain charities such as the RSPCA and the Red Cross. Student's declaration: I declare that I have produced the work involved without external assistance apart from any which is acceptable under the scheme of assessment and is recorded. Signature: Date: Teacher's declaration: I declare that the student's activities have been kept under regular supervision and that, to the best of my knowledge, no assistance has been given apart from any which is acceptable under the scheme of assessment and which has been identified and recorded. ...read more.

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Individual 21.05.08 First of all we discussed in the class what each had group had done, other groups had done questionairres, posters and were about to contact the RSPCA. We researched further into the websites in this lesson and came out with some valuable information, which helped carry our project on further. After we did this I filled in my report form to say what we had done this lesson. Individual 02.06.08 First of all we discussed in the class what each had group had done, other groups had done questionairres, posters and were about to contact the RSPCA. We researched further into the websites in this lesson and came out with some valuable information, which helped carry our project on further. After we did this I filled in my report form to say what we had done this lesson. Individual 04.06.08 First of all we discussed in the class what each had group had done, other groups had done questionairres, posters and were about to contact the RSPCA. We researched further into the websites in this lesson and came out with some valuable information, which helped carry our project on further. After we did this I filled in my report form to say what we had done this lesson. Individual 09.06.08 First of all we discussed in the class what each had group had done, other groups had done questionairres, posters and were about to contact the RSPCA. We researched further into the websites in this lesson and came out with some valuable information, which helped carry our project on further. After we did this I filled in my report form to say what we had done this lesson. ...read more.

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The practical groups job was to make sure that they make all the decorative items and scenery for the stall such as banners and posters. Also, I found information which other groups needed, some of this information included the email address and phone number of the charities we had selected. When I gave the information to the other groups they phoned up the charity and then sent a representative to the school on the day of our presentation in the sports hall. She also brought some pens, pencils and keyrings with her to raise some money for the RSPCA. Section Four: Evaluation Evaluation of own contribution to the activity Personally I think I did quite well in the project and participated as part of the team. I did my part of the work and completed it with satisfactory quality. I fulfilled other groups and my group's needs, by gathering the required information or pictures. I worked well with my team mates and worked at significant levels throughout the project. I believe that I could of only done better if the other groups required any information for me to acquire. I believed I contributed well to the project as other members of the project may have been pleased with my performance, and think that I did what I needed to do throughout the course to participate in the outcome in the project. As a team we successfully contacted the RSPCA and they sent in a representative, when we presented our work in the sports hall. Evaluation of the contribution of others to the activity ?? ?? ?? ?? Summer 2006 Examination Series Onwards 1 ...read more.

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