Grade 10 C.A.S Plan

Grade 10 C.A.S. Plan 

1. Creativity- senior concern choir

  • practice: 8:00 to 9:15 every Tuesday
  • practice 7:30 to 8:15 every Thursday
  • From September 2014 to May 2015

2.  Creativity-Chinese traditional music instrument

  • every Tuesday after school
  • From September 2014 to May 2015
  • Practice two hours at home every day

3. Action- Silver Duke of Ed

  • happening in 2015

4.  Service- Mandarin buddy

  • meet every Wednesday at lunch time
  • From September 2014 to May 2015

MY-CAS Final Reflection 2014

Fiona successfully answered the following questions in detail and did a filmed presentation (#5) during the CAS Final Reflection:

  1. Which of the 8 Learning Outcomes did you find the most interesting and of the most relevance to you? (Self-awareness. Exploration. Planning and Initiative. Collaboration. Commitment. ‘Global /Local Impact. Ethics. New Skills.) <Explain why>
  2. Of the CAS activities you engaged in this year, which was your favourite and why?
  3. From which activity do you feel you learned the most? Why?
  4. Identify one activity in CAS you want to do next year (may be a new or repeated activity). Why?
  5. FINALLY, share one of your more valuable or important or significant CAS experiences from this year in a creative presentation to class. Please include some kind of media or performance to engage your peers.

Well done! Look forward to next year… Have a great summer!

Minor Creativity Post

Minor Creativity: 

My minor creativity for this year was learning traditional Chinese musical instrument. It is different from the one I did for my major creativity.I usually practice it one hour per day.  I used to play two transitional Chinese musical instruments, I stopped learning this one as I had to come to Canada. I kept learning the other one in Canada as it is easy to bring. My parents agree me to keep learning this one in Vancouver, because they found I have an enormous passion on traditional Chinese musical instrument. Fortunately, my current teacher is able to play both Chinese instruments. I went to her home twice every week: Tuesday for Erhu and Wednesday for this one.

Major Creativity Post

Major Creativity :

My major creativity during the school year, which from September 2013 to May 2014, is learning Chinese traditional musical instrument. I go to my teacher’s home every Tuesday afternoon in Burnaby and have an hour lesson with her. She is very nice and extremely good at the musical instrument. She is the best teacher I’ve ever met.  I stopped learning  it for almost three years, so I forgot most skills that I had learned before. After I found my current teacher in Burnaby, I told her about my situation and we made a plan together to help me to improve. We started picking up skills in the first two months, then started learning new skills and pieces of music. As a result, I found that I actually improved a lot during the time. Now, I’m preparing for the level test which happening next year in April.  I found I really enjoy learning the musical instrument., and I’ll continue learning it next year as my major creativity.

CAS Reflections

I’m doing my major creativity and major action now.

Major Creativity:

My major creativity is learning the traditional Chinese musical instrument. I go to my teacher’s home every Tuesday in Burnaby and have an hour lesson with her. I practise it an hour per day and two hours on the weekend. I’m learning two long pieces of music and three short pieces of etude.

Major Action: 

My major action that I’m doing right now is Sunrise tennis. I have practise very Monday morning from 6:45 a.m. to 8: 00a.m. at Hollyburn Tennis Court. I found it is very hard as I’ve never played it before. I’m learning the basic skills, and I’ll start learning how to play in a short distance next class.

 

 

CAS Plan

Major Creativity: 

Learning traditional Chinese musical instrument (Erhu)

Learning outcomes: self-awareness

Major Action:

Sunrise Tennis in the school

Learning outcomes: self-awareness, exploration, new skills

Major Service: 

Fundraise for Eagle Ridge Hospital by selling chocolate bars.

Learning outcomes: self-awareness, planning&initiative, collaboration, commitment, global impact, ethics

Minor Creativity: 

Learn traditional musical instrument (Guzheng)

Learning outcomes: self-awareness

Minor Action: 

Badminton in West Vancouver Community Centre

Learning outcomes: self-awareness, new skills

Minor Service:

Food Bank in March

Learning outcomes: self-awareness,  planning&initiative, collaboration, commitment, global impact, ethics