incorporating cce in cca By Ben NEO, Lee shi min, mo xixi, ng kang yu, shandy lin & yeo chang long

Lesson Objectives

  1. Evaluate the use of the consideration approach to teach CCE during the selected CCA (and similar ones)
  2. Describe at least 1 possible ‘CCE teachable moment’ and how one may seize such moment(s) in CCAs
  3. Give at least one practical consideration for teaching CCE during CCAs

Lesson outline

  1. Briefing for CCE simulation
  2. CCE simulation: Bazaar event & Envelope activity
  3. Explanation of selected pedagogy
  4. Group & class discussion
  5. Summary of enduring understandings

instructions for cce simulation


The Entrepreneurship Club wants to select a team of members to represent the school in the 2017 Inter-Junior College Entrepreneurship Competition. In order to conduct a fair selection, three teams have been formed and they will be given a chance to compete with each other in order to determine the winning team that will represent the school. These three teams will compete in the form of a bazaar sale in school. Whichever team earns the most profit (hongbaos) will represent the school.

Your role

According to the role assigned to you, you will either work with your teammates to (pretend to) sell as much of the product assigned to you, or (pretend to) go around the bazaar and shop as you would like.

pedagogy: Consideration approach

  • Builds empathy by encouraging students to consider the perspectives of others
  • Comprehend others' thoughts and feelings
  • Make considerate decisions in the future

Envelope Activity

  • Reading of I-messages
  • Reflecting on a better course of action in the future
  • Reading out corrective measures (public commitment)


Part I

  1. What do you think are the benefits and limitations of the Consideration Approach in instilling desired student outcomes?
  2. How could you improve upon and apply Consideration Approach in other, more effective way(s)?

Part II

As a teacher how would you manage the previous situation that you have witnessed differently? Which alternative approach would you apply in this situation? (You are free to suggest other repertoire of pedagogical approaches)

Alternative Pedagogies

  1. Narrative/Story-telling Approach: Involves the telling of stories (fictional and real-life) to facilitate the internalisation of values. This is usually accompanied with reflection.
  2. Cognitive Development Approach: By exposing students to hypothetical moral dilemmas, they can put into practise responsible decision-making skills.
  3. Modified Values Clarification Approach: Guides students through a step-by-step Responsible Decision Making process that includes identifying and evaluating options, making a decision, taking a stand and living according to one’s convictions.
  4. Experiential Learning Approach: Students will get opportunities to observe and experience real world situations in and out of the classroom and in the process, reflect and apply their learning.

Part III

  1. If you are a teacher-in-charge for other CCAs (i.e. performing arts & sports groups), what will you do to imbue CCE objectives in your students during CCA time?
  2. What are the practical considerations for implementation CCE during CCA time?

Enduring understandings

  1. Be more aware of ‘teachable moments’ throughout all CCAs
  2. There are benefits and costs of utilising the Consideration Approach to teach CCE.
  3. Weigh the Consideration Approach against other possible approaches

CCA environment may be different from the classroom. This means that there may be unique opportunities for CCE ‘teachable moments’!

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