Cooperation Gets The Job Done Workplace Skills: Works

Cooperation Gets The Job Done Workplace Skills: Works

Cooperation Gets The Job Done Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Essential Questions In what ways can cooperation positively affect a team? How do we create a cooperative environment within a team? How do our individual personalities affect the roles we play on a team?

Cooperation Gets The Job Done Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Students will understand Effective teammates cooperate with others and encourage cooperation from others. Effective teams rely on the unique qualities of their team members.

Cooperation yields productive collaboration. Cooperation Gets The Job Done Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Students will know Cooperation requires proper planning. Cooperation is a major factor in a team accomplishing a task or goal.

Cooperation Gets The Job Done Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Students will be able to Identify roles within a team and explain how personalities affect the cooperation between roles. Investigate ways to build cooperative team environments and collaborate with

other students to build a mind map of methods to build cooperation on teams. Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others While working with other people on a project or assignment, what makes cooperation really easy? What makes it difficult?

Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Objectives: Identify roles within a team and explain how personalities affect the cooperation between roles. Investigate ways to build cooperative team environments and collaborate with other students to build a mind map of methods to build cooperation on teams.

Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Capture the Flag

Each team will have its own designated boundary and its own designated spot for jail. An opposing player can be in the safety zone without getting tagged trying to get the flag. When the activity begins, each team will need to decide where to place its flag. Once the flag is placed, it cannot be moved, but it can be guarded. Once the flag is placed, team members are assigned to guard their own flag or enter enemy territory to try and capture the other teams flag. Those guarding their own flag may not enter the safety zone unless it is in pursuit of an opposing player.

Any player in enemy territory can be tagged and put in jail. Prisoners may be released by being tagged by their teammates. A team wins the competition by capturing the other teams flag and bringing it back to its home territory or, if the competition must end early, the team with the most prisoners from the opposing side wins. Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others GlogsterEDU http://edu.glogster.com/

Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Mind Mapping www.popplet.com Workplace Skills: Works Cooperatively With Others Brain Surge: Write down all the things you know or think you know about the phrase. Accuracy isnt important.

Write continuously for 30 seconds. Remain quiet while writing.

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