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DEPRESSION

86 million people suffer from depression in Southeast Asia.

In 2015, suicide was the second leading cause of death among 15–29 year-olds.

How to address issues that students face that may lead to depression?

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Current solutions

World Health Day was celebrated on 7th April, with the theme of the year being ‘Depression: Let’s Talk’’.

In Southeast Asia, continuous studies, campaigns, and monologues or dialogues such as ‘Depression: Let’s Talk’ are still on the run to provide a supporting environment for seeking help to the citizens. However, more needs to be done.

Our solutions

  • Bring prevalent issues from the real world into the classroom. 

  • Run Project Based Learning initiative to guide our students to come up with projects within the school that will help

  • They are in secondary school (12-17 years old)

  • They are English learners (intermediate level)

Market & target audiences

3 days a week, for a total of 4 weeks

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Week 1

Introduction & K-W-L

  1. Focus on what students already know, or want to know, about mental health.

  2. Basic reading and writing skills to help prepare for their project.

Week 2

Counselor Talk

We will invite a counselor to talk about depression, and a speaker who has suffered from depression to provide real world context.

Preperation

Students will begin their written assessments, and begin preparing for their oral presentation and individual essay, receiving feedback and learning how to analyse their work.

Week 4

Final self-reflection

Students will continue on their oral and written presentations. We finish with a final self-reflection, focusing on what they have learned.

Week 3

Final Assessment rubric

The subject we are teaching is English. Students will be assessed on two things: oral presentation and written presentation.

For the oral presentation, we will look at their oral skills and presentation. Their oral skills will be assessed on an individual basis, but the presentation will be assessed as a group.

For the written presentation, we will look at their written skills and quality of information. Both of these will be assessed on an individual basis.

Our rubric uses a scale of 1-4, 1 being poor and 4 being excellent. For more detail please click on the link

Final Assessment rubric

The subject we are teaching is English. Students will be assessed on two things: oral presentation and written presentation.

For the oral presentation, we will look at their oral skills and presentation. Their oral skills will be assessed on an individual basis, but the presentation will be assessed as a group.

For the written presentation, we will look at their written skills and quality of information. Both of these will be assessed on an individual basis.

Our rubric uses a scale of 1-4, 1 being poor and 4 being excellent. For more detail please click on the link

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