What are you most likely to be doing in your spare time?
Your school decides it’s going to cancel lessons for a week and everyone is going to do a school-wide project to raise money for a new arts centre. How would you feel?
At the end of the week there will be a fundraising day where the school will sell products made by students and put on a show for the local community. Which of the following roles would you most like to do?
The teachers insist that all students join or create a product-making team. How do you choose your team?
Within the product-making team, which of the following roles would you most like to do?
Your group decides to make chocolates and the first batch is not a success. What would you do?
Your team needs to work out how much to charge for the chocolates and how to market them. Which of these tasks would you rather do?
Making your product takes a lot more time than you had realised and it looks like you won’t make as many as expected. How would you deal with the news that you’ll be making less money?
You notice that one person in your team is doing much less work than everyone else. What would you do?
One of your customers complains that your chocolates made him/her ill. What would you do?
The team that raises the most money for the school, gets to keep half the money they raise. Will this motivate you to raise more money?
You are asked to get involved in the show at the end of this fundraising day. Which of the following roles would you most like to do?
At the interval a drinks table collapses and there is food, drink and broken glass all over the floor. Which of the following roles would you be most likely to do?
Congratulations! Your team has won and raised the most money. You’ve been asked to present why your product was so successful to the rest of the school and teach them how to make your product. What would you rather do?