The designated assignment of the 4th KIYO4I 2020

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Background of Problems

"Sustainable development - Prepare for the future while developing the present!"

Sustainable development refers to a development that meets the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

To realize sustainable development, we must maintain the clean environment necessary for survival and achieve economic development through sustainable production methods. It should also guarantee peace, human rights, freedom and equality, and realize a just and democratic society.

For sustainable development in this regard, population growth and economic growth must be made within the reach of the earth, and alternative and renewable energy should be actively utilized to efficiently use resources and prevent environmental pollution.

In this regard, how far is science and technology now, and how will this change human life and society? And let's think about what problems will arise from technology development.

Questions for Elementary Students

<Sustainable consumption and production - Responsible consumption and production>

<Prior Knowledge>

Concerns are growing that urbanization has a negative impact on the environment, raising interest in the development of "eco-city." The term "environment-friendly city" means the introduction of new regulations as part of an integrated environmental policy by different approaches to urban development to restrict the restoration and construction of buildings.

A local government in Germany only approves construction of 'low-energy' buildings, and Seoul City has turned overpasses from roadways to people's roads into parks.

As such, 'environment-friendly cities' need an integrated and systematic approach to environmental protection, industrial ecology and social recovery. There will be some positive aspects when creating such an environmentally friendly city, but there will also be many problems.

What are the problems of building an 'environmentally friendly city' and how should we solve this problem?

<Questions>

1. Let's investigate regional and social problems caused by the construction of 'environment-friendly cities'.
2. Find specific ways or ideas to solve or improve some of the problems surveyed.
(Additional points are given if you and your team members present creative invention ideas in the process of solving them.)
3. Let's look for ideas or solutions that our team has devised to solve the problem, or ways or ways to spread them to your region or your country.

Scoring Criteria

Requirements for Problems

The solution should be resolved according to the following procedure and presented at the time of presentation. If the team has a different solution, it is allowed to proceed in that way.


Present the problem you can find around you and examine how it affects mankind and inhabitants. Interviews should be conducted to identify these problems thoroughly.


2. Idea searching


Look for various ways to solve the problem. Give as many ideas as possible and do not criticize the ideas.


3. Solution selection


Come up with a solution by combining the most economical measures, a creative idea, and existing or future technologies. Draw and explain the solution in an easily understandable manner.


4. Application


Consider possibilities that could be taken place when the solution is actually applied, looking into new solutions or improvements after being advised from people around you such as a teacher, a family member or a friend.


5. Panel production


The panel should be made in a fashion to effectively summarize the procedures.

◑ Panel specifications: The panel should be displayed in the A1 size (594mm × 841mm) format, and each team is allowed to visualize it freely, making it able to be fixed on the wall with the tape at the designated booth to your team.

Presentation

Each team (3 ~ 4 participants) is expected to produce a presentation board in a standard format of A1 size to deliver the designated assignment.

Presentation length: Maximum 5 minutes


Questions and Answers: 3 minutes

Questions for Middle School Students

<Aid - Financial assistance is the best thing? >

<Prior Knowledge >

Professor Angus Ditton, who won the Nobel Prize in economics in 2015, pointed out that "the form of aid that can achieve more desirable results simply by increasing aid, such as money, supplies and services, overlooks the reality of poor countries." "The policy of simply increasing money or supplies can lower the chances of growth in poor countries," Deaton said. "For example, if poor countries rely too much on medical aid, they may lose their own ability to raise doctors or nurses, and even if they cut their budgets by receiving food or medical aid from international organizations, they may use this part to expand military spending instead of economic growth."
So what are the ways to build up the self-sustaining power of a developing country or a poor country, and what aid can actually bring harm to its people? Let's also think about how our country can support these countries!
What is the problem with the current aid method, and how should we solve this problem?

<Questions>

1. Let's investigate regional, social and national problems according to the current aid method.
2. Let's find specific ways or ideas to solve or improve some of the problems that we have investigated.
(Additional points are given if you and your team members present creative invention ideas in the process of solving them.)
3. Let's find ways or ways to spread ideas or solutions designed by our team to solve problems to the relevant country with the advantages of our region.

Scoring Criteria

Requirements for Problems

The solution should be resolved according to the following procedure and presented at the time of presentation. If the team has a different solution, it is allowed to proceed in that way.


Present the problem you can find around you and examine how it affects mankind and inhabitants. Interviews should be conducted to identify these problems thoroughly.


2. Idea searching


Look for various ways to solve the problem. Give as many ideas as possible and do not criticize the ideas.


3. Solution selection


Come up with a solution by combining the most economical measures, a creative idea, and existing or future technologies. Draw and explain the solution in an easily understandable manner.


4. Application


Consider possibilities that could be taken place when the solution is actually applied, looking into new solutions or improvements after being advised from people around you such as a teacher, a family member or a friend.


5. Panel production


The panel should be made in a fashion to effectively summarize the procedures.

◑ Panel specifications: The panel should be displayed in the A1 size (594mm × 841mm) format, and each team is allowed to visualize it freely, making it able to be fixed on the wall with the tape at the designated booth to your team.

Presentation

Each team (3 ~ 4 participants) is expected to produce a presentation board in a standard format of A1 size to deliver the designated assignment.

Presentation length: Maximum 5 minutes


Questions and Answers: 3 minutes

Questions for High School Students

<Let's predict the future that information and technology can chnage!>

<Prior Knowledge >

For 10 years from 1997, a local fisherman in India began to use his mobile phone to negotiate prices, which helped stabilize consumer prices. During the same period, the price fluctuation measurement index fell to 79%. As such, ICT refers to a series of activities that facilitate the collection, storage, processing and transmission of information. Without access to appropriate information and communication technologies, this could widen the gap between the rich and the poor between individuals and countries. These information and communication technologies are improving access to information, education, health and financial services. In Korea, for example, it helps people live a safe life by notifying the entire nation of the danger via mobile phones.
How can we use information and communication technology to change the future in poor areas and countries?

<Question>

1. Let's investigate the problem of lack of access to information and communication technology.
2. Find specific ways or ideas to solve or improve some of the problems surveyed.
(Additional points are given if you and your team members present creative invention ideas in the process of solving them.)
3. Let's look for ideas or solutions that our team has devised to solve the problem, or ways or ways to spread them to your region or your country.

Scoring Criteria

Requirements for Problems

The solution should be resolved according to the following procedure and presented at the time of presentation. If the team has a different solution, it is allowed to proceed in that way.


Present the problem you can find around you and examine how it affects mankind and inhabitants. Interviews should be conducted to identify these problems thoroughly.


2. Idea searching


Look for various ways to solve the problem. Give as many ideas as possible and do not criticize the ideas.


3. Solution selection


Come up with a solution by combining the most economical measures, a creative idea, and existing or future technologies. Draw and explain the solution in an easily understandable manner.


4. Application


Consider possibilities that could be taken place when the solution is actually applied, looking into new solutions or improvements after being advised from people around you such as a teacher, a family member or a friend.


5. Panel production


The panel should be made in a fashion to effectively summarize the procedures.

◑ Panel specifications: The panel should be displayed in the A1 size (594mm × 841mm) format, and each team is allowed to visualize it freely, making it able to be fixed on the wall with the tape at the designated booth to your team.

Presentation

Each team (3 ~ 4 participants) is expected to produce a presentation board in a standard format of A1 size to deliver the designated assignment.

Presentation length: Maximum 5 minutes


Questions and Answers: 3 minutes

PJH

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