The teacher tells briefly about the stages of the project. Gives examples. what the guys and I will do at each stage. Then each child finds a picture of the told stage and glues it on a slide in a notebook. We discuss with each team what they will do and in what sequence. Stages of project implementation:
1. Creating a sketch of a prototype of a product/service;
2. Highlighting the specific characteristics of the prototype. If we are talking about a product, then to
specific characteristics include its functionality (for example, a knife for cleaning tangerines allows you to clean tangerines and not get your hands dirty). If we are talking about a service, then specific specific characteristics peculiar to this service are highlighted (for example, when opening a beauty salon, it is necessary to make up an assortment of services provided, when opening a cinema, it is necessary to make up a repertoire, etc.);
3. Market research:
- Definition of the target audience. Identification of consumers and buyers of goods/services. Consumers and buyers may differ. For example, the consumers of children's toys are children, and the buyers are their parents.
- Conducting a survey. By conducting a survey, it is possible to find out whether consumers need this product (whether they face the described problem), what they expect from the product (functionality, assortment, repertoire, etc.) and how much they are willing to pay for it.
4. Analysis of the survey results (drawing up charts, graphs based on
the survey results);
5. Definition of project resources (what resources are needed to implement the project);
6. Cost calculation.
The pictures in the student book are selected for the following stages of the project:
- Creating a sketch of a prototype of a product/service
- Definition of the target audience.
- Conducting a survey
- Analysis of survey results (drawing up charts, graphs based on survey results)
- Determination of project resources (what resources are needed to implement the project)
- Cost calculation