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Development of Instrument Students’ Performance 

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Development instrument for evaluation of the teaching learning process

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At Napakuang resort (5-8/04/2022)

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IPE IPC Pilot Project Team

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Group 4
Souphanouvong
University

lesson plan about leadership soft skills


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Souphanouvong University

The seven Jump PBL tutorial

The seven Jump PBL tutorial

´Step 1 – identify difficult terminology, understanding the scenario

´Step 2 – define problems inside scenario, make questions

´Step 3 – try brain storming answer the questions, all idea are welcome

´Step 4 – draw mind map, understanding the concept

´Step 5 – set up learning objective

´Step 6 – independent learning, answer questions and seeking references

´Step 7 – open discussion to answer all learning objective

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Step 1 – identify difficult terminology, understanding the scenario

In our team there are 9 people we have divide each people in the scenario:

1.Mr. Bounthavy is tutor

2.Mrs. Nouphone is chair

3.Mrs Thipphavanh is scriber

4.Mr. Sianouvong, Mr. Viraxay, Mr. Chanthavong, Mr. Bounthanome and Miss. Saniphone are students

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Step 2 – define problems inside scenario, make questions

´What is the meaning of waste?

´How many types of waste?

´How to make waste management?

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Step 3 – try brain storming answer the questions, all idea are welcome

´What is the meaning of waste?

1)Wastes are materials other than radioactive materials intended for disposal.

2)Waste is something that needs to be expelled in order that the system continues to function

3)Waste is what we do not want or fail to use .

4)Waste is an unwanted, but not avoided output, whence its creation was not avoided either because it was not possible, or because one failed to avoid it

5)Waste is the difference between the level of output of useful goods and services that would be obtained if all productive factors were allocated to their best and highest uses under rational social order, and the level that is actually obtained

waste is a thing that is, in the given time and place, in its actual structure and state, not useful to its owner, or an output that has no owner, and no purpose

How many types of waste?

Liquid waste refers to all grease, oil, sludges, wash water, waste detergents and dirty water that have been thrown away. They are hazardous and poisonous to our environment and are found in industries as well as households. Wastewater, as it is often called, is any waste that exists in liquid form

´Solid waste is any garbage, sludge, and refuse found in industrial and commercial locations. The five major types of solid rubbish are; glass and ceramics: Numerous companies readily recycle ceramics and glass. The catch here is that you have to dispose of them correctly.Plastic waste: Plastic waste is any container, jar, bottle, and bag that is found in companies and houses. Plastics are non-biodegradable, and most of them cannot be recycled. Do not mix plastic rubbish with regular waste. Instead, sort them out before throwing them away.

´Organic waste refers to rotten meat, garden and food waste. This type of rubbish is commonly found in homes. With time, they decompose and turn into manure by the action of microorganisms on them. But be careful; you should not dispose of them anywhere you like.

´Recyclable Waste ll discarded items like metals, furniture, organic waste that can be recycled fall under this category. Not all items are recyclable, so you have to be careful when putting things into the recycle bin. If you are not sure whether an item is recyclable or not, then check the item’s packaging.

´Hazardous waste includes flammable, corrosive, toxic and reactive materials. In a nutshell, they are wastes that pose a significant or potential threat to our environment.

How to make waste management?

´Reduce: Buy in bulk to reduce packaging, take a reusable shopping bag with you so you don’t have to use a paper or plastic bag from the shop, say ‘no’ to a plastic shopping bag when you only have a couple of items, choose products that use less packaging, Buy reusable items rather than disposable ones, Stick a “no junk mail” sign on your letter box, Take your lunch to school in a reusable container.

´Reuse: Give unwanted toys and books to hospitals or schools, Put unwanted clothes in used clothing bins Use plastic containers for freezing or storing food items, Save wrapping paper and boxes to use again, Use old jars for storage, Take old magazines to your local doctor’s or dentist’s surgery, Shop at second hand stores or use online trading websites to buy items that are unwanted by others, Take household items to your council’s resource recovery center, Make memo pads out of waste paper, Re-use envelopes – purchase reuse labels.

´Recycle: The main products that can be recycled are paper, cardboard, glass, aluminium, tin and plastic containers, Composting and worm farms are methods of recycling organic waste.

´Recover: This is the recovery of waste without any pre-processing, For example, waste oils that cannot be refined for reuse in vehicles can be burnt for energy recovery, Recovering the energy from waste oil reduces our dependence on coal and imported oil.

´Residual Management: This is the last option when waste cannot be used in any other way. Usually, this means sending rubbish to a landfill. Residual disposal of liquid waste is normally into a sewer or septic tank. It is very important to manage residual solid and liquid waste properly. Waste not disposed of correctly can cause damage to health and the environment.

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Step 4 – draw mind map, understanding the concept