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University of Santo Tomas

Education High School
United Nations’ Week Celebration
October 4-8, 2010
Theme: “Everyone Counts”
United Nations’ Week Celebration Project Proposals
Prepared by:
Ms. Raissa Francesca T. Tiongson
Over-all in-charge
UN Week Celebration

Mr. Clarisse Jhil Abrogueña
Project Head
Amazing race

Ms. Hazelle Teologo
Over-all in-charge
UN Week Celebration

Mr. Bob Kenneth Dalida

Mr. Mikhael Guanlao

Project Head
Quiz Bee

Ms. Elaine Joy Magabilin
Project Head

UN Pageant

Noted by:
Dr. Gerald Aberggos
Supervising Teacher
for Social Studies Pre-service Teachers

Approved by:
Assoc. Prof. Marishirl P. Tropicales, M.A.
Principal
Education High School

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Project Head
aLive Museum

Economics. and Current Events. They should answer the questions or do the challenges in order to move on to the next stop. 4. Mechanics: 1. The current books that are currently being used by the EHS high school in their Araling Panlipunan subject will serve as the basis of all the questions in the contest. Awards:  Champion  1st Runner up  2nd Runner up B. The Amazing Race represents the outside world as part of their learning grounds asides the classroom and cooperation and camaraderie will flaunt among the group is an assurance because they will have to meet certain test that needs groups as one. World History. 3. and as a class section. 3. There will be assigned first aiders to assist the participants in case of emergency. the proctors will have to present evidences based on the primary sources. otherwise. Abrogueña Description: FUNderstanding is one of the aims of the weeklong celebration of the United Nations Day. The participants are not allowed to ask help from other students. Asian Studies. Each team will encounter several challenges every pit stop. Each team will be composed of students from the different sections in all levels. 2. Philippine History. To help the students develop camaraderie and cooperation. Questions will come from subjects. 6. 4. they will be disqualified. 2010 8:00 am – 12:00 nn Venue: EHS. The Amazing Race therefore promotes this aim by making the students participate and learn as they enjoy themselves to the challenges ahead of them. UN QUIZ BEE Page 2 of 7 . Objectives: 1. (Each section will be having just one representative to participate in the activity) 2. Albertus Magnus Building Project Proponent: BSE Social Studies Project Head: Clarisse Jhil A. The team who will get to finish first all the challenges will be hailed as the EHS Social Studies Amazing Race Champion.A. AMAZING RACE Title: “The EHS Social Studies Amazing Race” Duration: October 4. To help the students perform cognitive and psychomotor skills thru challenging tasks and procedures related to the United Nations Celebration theme. 5. To instill the value of friendship and cooperation as a team. 7. In cases of protest. To let the students experience learning in a more challenging and amusing way.

aLive Museum Page 3 of 7 . For the Easy Round.Title: “The EHS Social Studies Quiz Bee” Duration: October 5. All high school students are encouraged to join the competition. The current books that are currently being used by the EHS high school in their Araling Panlipunan subject will serve as the basis of all the questions in the contest. For the Difficult Round. and Current Events. To let the students become aware of the current issues that our society is facing today 3. spark other student’s interest in the subject. each questions is worth 20 points b. all the questions is worth 30 points 8. To showcase the intelligence of the students who has passion in Social Studies Mechanics: 1. every question is worth 10 points a. Bob Kenneth Dalida Description: Quiz Bee is one of the most exciting activities in most academic celebrations in schools. 9. 5.12:00 pm Venue: EHS Lobby Project Proponent: BSE Major in Social Studies Pre-service Teachers Project Head: Mr. To help the students appreciate the significance of knowing where we came from and how we were molded into the society we are today 2. 2010. In cases of protest. For the Average Round. World History. the proctors will have to present evidences based on the primary sources. 6. The team who will get the highest point after all the rounds will be hailed as the EHS Social Studies Quiz Bee Champion. 2. 3. Objectives: This project is adhered by the following objectives: 1. 4. and increase student’s awareness about the society they are living. Each team will be composed of students from the different sections in all levels The Quiz Bee is divided of three categories: Easy Round Average Round Difficult Round Each round will have ten questions. Asian Studies. C. 10. Philippine History. 7. Questions will come from subjects. The EHS Social Studies Quiz Bee is designed to showcase the intelligence of the students who loves Social Studies. Economics. 9:00 am.

assuming the roles of real settlers.The museum will be judged at exactly 11:00am. The prizes for the winner and the runner-ups will be a trophy. Relationship to the Theme 30% D. people live and work the way they did in that area in the past. 11:00am-12:00pm. Venue: classroom Project Proponent: BSE Major in Social Studies Project Heads: Mr. Visitors to a living museum often get a more real sense of the time by observing and interacting with the personnel than they would have by just viewing displays of artifacts or homes. Each class will have to pick the country that they will be portraying for the live museum. Creativity20% C. In these museums. Criteria for judging: A. 2. from famous landmarks to its finest delicacies. on a much smaller scale of course. Mikhael Guanlao Description: One of the most exciting things that have happened for students of history and the general public in recent years is the creation of living history museums. The selected country of each class should produce a creative and unique output exhibiting the "country's finest" thru designing and acting. There will be three (3) professors from the College of Education who will be judging the Live Museum using the given criteria that will be explain to the students prior to the judging period. 3. in which they would assume the roles of historical characters. 4. Originality20% TOTAL 100% Awards: Page 4 of 7 . Objectives: This project is adhered by the following objectives: 1. To make the students aware of the culture and life of different races Mechanics: 1. It has occurred to us that students might create a living museum. 2010. To let the students express together their creativity and to promote camaraderie of every class section 2. 5. To help the students appreciate the significance of celebrating the united nation day 3.Title: aLive Museum Duration: October 7. given by the Supervising teacher of the Social Studies major and the AB-BSE major. The students should be part of the live museum in order to maximize the use of the students. Presentation30% B.

This pageant will also test the confidence of every contestants and their capability to think under pressure. and the school community. and Ms. International. To instill the value of camaraderie and friendship among classmates. Elaine Joy Magabilin and Ms. & MS.   Champion 1st Runner up 2nd Runner up D. Each representative should prepare a casual wear. 2010. 1:00-5:00pm Venue: Albertus Magnus Auditorium Project Proponent: BSE Social Studies Pre-service Teachers Project Heads: Ms. Objectives: This project is adhered by the following objectives: 1.confidence. Each class will have two representatives. 5. Each class will have to pick the country that they will be presenting for the Search for Mr. thru representation of United Nation member countries in the pageant. 3. 4. & Ms. Each representative should be able to prepare a talent. INTERNATIONAL 2010 Duration: October 8. 3. 2. UNITED NATIONS PAGEANT Title: SEARCH FOR MR. 2. Each representative should be dressed in their country’s national costume. Mechanics 1. To help the students develop self. Talent 15% Page 5 of 7 . a boy and a girl. To make the students understand the importance of United Nations Organization. Criteria for judging: A. The presentation of national costumes will make the students and audience to understand the difference of customs and traditions of every country. 4. International will show an overview of different countries in one presentation. Audience of the pageant will surely appreciate the diversity of cultures and grasp the purpose of celebrating United Nation week which is to make everyone stand and take action. Monaliza Ceria Description: Search for Mr. To help the students appreciate the cultural diversity of each nation.

B. Confidence 15% E. Audience Impact 5% C. National Costume 30% D.up Page 6 of 7 . Question and answer 25% F. Casual wear 10% TOTAL 100% Awards:  Champion  First Runner-up  Second Runner-up  Third Runner-up  Fourth Runner.

Manila September 14. 2010 Budget for the United Nations Week Items Quantity Total Trophies 12 Php 2000 KFC.Chicken Steak 10 Php 600 Production Design Php 1500 Printing Php 800 Other Materials Php 800 Total Php 5700 Page 7 of 7 .University of Santo Tomas Education High School Espana.