Sec$on six in your pink packet, PAR Project Overview, talks about crea$ng a Strategy Map.
Real & meaningful
Today, through group discussion & reﬂec5on, you will create a detailed rough dra-. Follow my steps, and speciﬁc instruc3ons, and you will be done with one component of your project and receive 30 PROJECT POINTS today!
Tape a BLANK map on 195. Now that you’ve done all your research, use these annota$ons to help ﬁll out a clearer strategy map. 1. Write down the problem you have been trying to address or solve.
2.ACer determining the problem or issue -‐ come up with a vision. For example, “All people deserve a safe/aﬀordable place to live.”
3. Outline exactly what you want. Demands should be a solu$on to the problem. For example, We want eco-‐friendly housing built where BartleD Bus Depot used to be.
Con5nue Annota5ng 4. How will you get your demands met? Will you: try to raise awareness, ﬂyer, start a pe33on, 6. Your desired start a campaign, etc. accomplishments 5. Individual maneuvers/ moves used to carry out your strategy. For example, ﬂyering tacIcs: determine message, image, where to ﬂyer, etc.
Short term = your demand & is easiest to obtain. Mid-‐term = more complex. Long-‐term = systemic changes or desired social change.
REFLECTION – BoZom ½ 194 • How can you con5nue the paragraph started below to introduce your strategy map narra3ve for sec3on V in your paper? (5 lines) When we ﬁrst started to think about a problem we wanted to address we started to map out our ideas on a strategy map. The problem we decided to tackle was…
Published on May 17, 2012