Tuesday, January 27, 2015

1-27-2015 PS--Fear Case Studies Presentations, Turning Fear Into Fuel

  • Reminder: When you arrive to class, please open the blog on your digital device.
  • Welcome, Attendance, & Daily Plan
  • Name Game
  • Check Personal Fear Experience Journal
    • Activity #16--Personal Fear Experience Journal
  • Fear Unit
    • Fear Case Studies Presentations
      • 5-10 Minutes FINAL PREP--Then PRESENTATIONS
      • Divide into groups
      • Create two presentations
        • Skit of the story
        • Interactive presentation of questions and answers such as:
          • Game Show, Jeopardy, Etc.
          • Jimmy Fallon Interview or Skit
      • Your combined presentation is worth 20 points
        • Skit (10 Points)
          • Creative--5 Points
          • Covered Basic Concepts--5 Points
        • Q & A (10 Points)
          • Creative--5 Points
          • Covered All Questions--5 Points
    • Student Presentations
      • Case Study #1
        • Presentation
        • Q & A
        • Mr. Buckley's Comments
      • Case Study #2
        • Presentation
        • Q & A
        • Mr. Buckley's Comments
      • Case Study #3
        • Presentation
        • Q & A
        • Mr. Buckley's Comments
  • Plan for Future Classes
HOMEWORK (OFFICIAL at 3:10 P.M. Each Day)
    • Follow me on Twitter (@MrBuckleyEHS) for Public Speaking updates
    • If you have not yet done so, complete Personal Fear Inventory (Due Wednesday)
      • Complete the Personal Fear Inventory for your class. All results are anonymous.
      • Click on the link below and answer the 3 questions:
    • Complete Activity #17--Personal Fear Analysis Journal (Due Wednesday)
      • Break down a DIFFERENT fear experience using the elements that we discussed in today's case studies:
        1. What were you actually afraid of?
        2. On a scale of DISQUIET to ALARM, rate your fear level beforehand.
        3. What physical fear reactions did you experience?
        4. Did you realize that these physical fear reactions were normal?
        5. Did you stay and deal with the situation or run from it?
        6. Did any previous experience help you get through the fear? If so, what was it?
        7. How would your perspective of this fear situation be different now that we've examined fear?
    • Read Self-Confidence Ideas & Fear Tips (Due Wednesday)
      • Located under Other Fear Resources in the Fear Module on Moodle
    • Read Toastmasters 10 Tips for Successful Public Speaking (Due Wednesday)
      • Located under Other Fear Resources in the Fear Module on Moodle
    • Complete Activity #18--Fear Tips Journal (Due Wednesday)
      • Select two fear tips that will be personally most helpful for you.
      • Write out the two fear tips.
      • Explain why you chose these two facts/tips.
    UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
    • Wednesday--Personal Fear Inventory, Turning Fear Into Fuel, Fear Wrap Up
    • Thursday--Dead Poets Society Part 1
    • Friday--Dead Poets Society Part 2
    • Monday--Dead Poets Society Part 3
    • Tuesday--Desk Pilot Video
    • Wednesday--Desk Pilot Video
    • Thursday--Fear & Dead Poets Society Analysis & Review
    • Friday--Fear & Dead Poets Society Test, Videos

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