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CAS @ MLC SCHOOL

CAS Planning Form

Student Name: Jaya Ong

Activity Name: Beginners Keyboard

CAS element(s) involved:

C A S Group

Description of Proposed Activity:

Learning how to read music as well as how to play the keyboard as I have never played
an instrument or learnt how to read music.

Proposed Activity Supervisor:

Alexi Zographakis (piano teacher)

What challenges and/or new skills will this activity provide?

New Skills - learning how to read music and how to play the keyboard (basic and well
known songs), patience, commitment and dedication.
Challenges - the fact I have never played an instrument or learnt music before, as well
as managing my time with other CAS activities as well as studying.

What do you want to achieve from your participation in this activity?

I want to be able to understand basic music and be able to play the keyboard to the best
of my ability as well as use these skills to learn other instruments.

What evidence could be appropriate for this activity?

videos of me playing basic and more compacted songs, progression and reflection notes
on my website.

Which learning outcomes may be appropriate to reflect on for this activity? (NB You do not
have to meet every outcome for each activity. All seven must be achieved over the duration of the CAS
Program and before you are signed off)

LO1 Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth


Students are able to see themselves as individuals with various abilities and
skills, of which some are more developed than others.

LO2 Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken, developing new skills
in the process
A new challenge may be an unfamiliar experience or an extension of an existing
one. The newly acquired or developed skills may be shown through experiences that
the student has not previously undertaken or through increased expertise in an
established area.
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LO3 Demonstrate how to initiate and plan a CAS experience


Students can articulate the stages from conceiving an idea to executing a plan
for a CAS experience or series of CAS experiences. This may be accomplished in
collaboration with other participants. Students may show their knowledge and
awareness by building on a previous experience, or by launching a new idea or
process.

LO4 Show commitment to and perseverance in CAS experiences


Students demonstrate regular involvement and active engagement in CAS.

LO5 Demonstrate the skills and recognise the benefits of working


collaboratively
Students are able to identify, demonstrate and critically discuss the benefits and
challenges of collaboration gained through CAS experiences.

LO6 Demonstrate engagement with issues of global significance


Students are able to identify and demonstrate their understanding of global
issues, make responsible decisions, and take appropriate action in response to
the issue, locally, nationally or internationally.

LO7 Recognise and consider the ethics of choices and actions


Students show awareness of the consequences of choices and actions in
planning and carrying out CAS experiences.

Reference: CAS Guide 2016, IBO, published March 2015, pages 11 and 12