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Name: Nadia Eliora

Class: 10.1
Task 5. Design Brief

A. Defined problem with justification of the need to solve the problem

Non-fitted perspective
i. What pride is the non-fitted perspective decided to be the problem focus.
ii. Why pride is poisonous; it implies to children that they are better than others, or
that their existence matters more. Its also unhealthy because it shows signs of
insecurity in children, and they have a sense of having to prove something to the
world. If pride is allowed to grow in children, then a child will both grow pompous
and prideful of all their acts, refusing to do anything if not beneficial to themselves,
and there will be an ever-growing undetectable and subconscious sense of insecurity.
iii. Impact if we teach the children not to be prideful, they can learn to both be
comfortable in their own skin and see the world as equals. Growing a generation of
humility will create a society that focuses on how they can help the world instead of
just helping themselves. The removal of pride will also grow the preschooler
community into one rich with compassion and respect, which will help them grow
educationally and psychologically through the healthy and encouraging environment.
Problem in SPH Preschoolers and other places
In SPH Preschoolers, the problem is apparent in the way they treat their peers and
belongings. The preschoolers boast their belongings, emphasizing different things in their
possession that (in their opinion) makes their possession better than their peers. Although
they listen to instructions well, they show disrespect when they dont follow the instructions
to the best of their capabilities. Often, they also do their own interpretation of instruction
instead of what was actually instructed. Preschoolers also tend to prioritize themselves
above their friends, which shows a self-heightened importance. Hence, preschoolers show
signs of pride, albeit subconscious, which should be replaced with humility.
Change non-fitted perspective with values and virtues from SPH
i. What replace pride with humility base on values and virtues from SPH:
1. Servant hood: serving people like brothers, and lowering yourself to others.
This avoids arrogance, and shows a humble character.
2. Respect: not being prideful of ones position and respecting God and His
people. This shows humility of an individual in a community.
3. Obedience: Dutifully accomplishing tasks as instructed. Shows humility
because theres a willingness to follow instructions and abide to them.
ii. Why Servant hood, respect, and obedience are all factors of humility. Through
servant hood, children will be taught how to focus on the world instead of them,
eradicating pride within them. Respect will be proof of a childs beliefs on equality
and the world as the same, because if they treat others with respect, its means that
theyve learned to treat others the way theyd like to be treated, hence showing traits
of humility. They respect themselves and the world they live in, a healthy individual
in their community, who finds no need for pride because himself/herself is secure.
Obedience is involved in humility because the willingness to abide to instructions
shows humility, and if the character is brought to adulthood, the child will dutifully
complete tasks when he/she knows theyre necessary. These involve moral tasks, too,
which is a contribution to servant hood. Hence, these things make the three things
values and virtues that should replace pride.
iii. Standard
1. Servant hood: Willing to allow their peer to use something before themselves
2. Respect: Listens to instructions without talking about unnecessary things to
their peers

3. Obedience: Following instructions without excessive personal interpretation

Justification (Bible or literature)
i. Proverbs 16:18, Pride leads to destruction; a proud attitude brings ruin. (NCV)
A prideful attitude will bring people down, not bring them up. Pride emphasizes both
a belief that somebody is more important than others but also highlights insecurities
in the prideful person. A sense of pride will harm the society and the individual, as it
dispositions an individual away from their community.
ii. Proverbs 11:2, When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes
wisdom. (NIV)
Humility shows an understanding that everybody in the world deserves the same
opportunities, and instead of investing in ourselves we should invest in bettering the
world, a wise decision. Pride is shameful, because with pride one lives for their self.

B. Design Brief Develop a detailed design brief, which summarizes the analysis of relevant research
I am going to (5W1H)
i. Teach SPH preschoolers (who) about humility based on SPH and Biblical values
(what) so that they are no longer prideful (why), done through a toy designed for the
specific purpose (how) that can be completed in four weeks (when) and
manufactured with the resources at school (when) and played inside their classroom
with the preschoolers (where).
The product will be:
i. Designed specifically for preschoolers between the ages of 4 and 6
ii. Designed to remove pride and teach humility (respect, servant hood) and encourage
mannerism and good behavior.
iii. Designed to teach children to respect variety
iv. Uses sustainable materials (wood and fabric).
v. Inspired from an already effective game set-up, but modified to teach humility.
vi. Teach sportsmanship to humbly accept when facing defeat.
vii. Require groups of people (at least three) to play instead of individual playing, to
encourage humility within the community for a healthier growing environment.
viii. Colorful (at least three colors; primary colors) to attract attention of preschoolers.
ix. Packaging features a cartoon character to attract target audience.
x. Involve assembly, so that the preschoolers have the opportunity to experiment with
their own imagination while capturing their interest, but assembly must be kept
minimal so that its easy to play & keep and assembly doesnt consume a majority of
their playing time.
xi. Stimulate and encourage imagination and creativity
xii. No larger than 60x60cm when packaged, so that the product is easily portable.
xiii. Instructions simple and to the point, without complicated wording, so preschoolers
easily understand it.
xiv. Use images as much as possible instead of words, to stimulate interest and initiate
gameplay and creativity.
xv. Easy access
xvi. Avoid choking hazard by having a minimum size of 5x5cm for individual pieces in
the product.
xvii. Use materials that are not toxic
xviii. Soft-edged to avoid scarring from use
xix. Positively encourage children through gameplay
xx. Reward success instead of being threatened or shamed for failure, but not excessively
xxi. Practical in its function while still educating the preschoolers
xxii. Establish clear rules and parameters in playing
xxiii. Gender-neutral to reach a larger preschooler threshold