Wednesday, March 7, 2018

3-7-2018 PS--7--Fear Strategies, Fear Video Clip Presentation Work

  • Welcome & Attendance
  • New Tardy Policy
      1. Keep the handle on your door locked at all times. This will support school safety/security and will assist with this tardy process.  
      2. When the final bell rings, step out into the hall and shoo your stragglers into the classroom.  If you do not see any more of your students, close the locked door and begin class.  
      3. After you take attendance and do housekeeping, go back to the door and let in any tardy students. Please mark them tardy in Infinite Campus.  
      4. If you have a chronically tardy student(s) please contact an assistant principal or dean. 
  • Name Game
  • Fear Tips & Strategies
    • Fear Definitions
      • Fear
        • The word “fear” refers to the biological process by which animals, including humans, secure the necessary energy to do a job, when the job to be done is one that really matters. (A job that really matters is one in which failure results in injury to either one’s physical and/or psychological self.)
      • Self Confidence
        • This word refers to the ability of an individual to predict with a rather high degree of probability, that what one ought to do, or what one is about to do, can be done with at least some degree of success or satisfaction.
      • Useful
        • A thing that is capable of satisfying certain needs is said to be useful.
      • Desirable
        • A thing that is needed to satisfy certain needs is said to be desirable.
      • Public Appearance
        • This means that a human being comes into some relationship with others in such a way that others can or will evaluate his or her behavior and/or personality.
  • LET'S PLAY!--Fear Tips & Strategies
    • Hair Color!
    • BOOM!
      • Thumbs Left, Thumbs Right, Thumbs Up
      • HIGH FIVE when you match
    • Five Basic Ideas for Developing Self-Confidence
      1. All normal people have fear when faced with tasks that really matter.
      2. Fear is useful and desirable when understood, but wasteful and undesirable when misunderstood.
      3. All physical fear reactions have logical explanations.
      4. All public speaking situations are situations that really matter.
      5. All self-confidence comes from experience.
    • Practical Tips for Dealing with Fear
      1. Prepare thoroughly—Practice out loud, use a mirror, audio tape or video tape, practice with friends and get their reactions, time it, make workable note cards, practice with note cards, etc.
      2. Take a couple of deep breaths and, if possible, stretch and work off energy before you speak. Speak early in the period if you are generally nervous.
      3. Think of yourself as a “communicator of ideas” not a “speaker with a script.”
      4. Realize that everyone else feels very much as you do. Everyone is in the same boat. People are “with you.”
      5. With experience, know that your confidence and success will increase.
      6. Be at your best physically and mentally.
      7. Realize the opportunities outweigh the risks and everyone makes mistakes on their way to improvement.
    • Partner Sharing
      • Share 1 Self-Confidence Idea and Why It's Important to You
      • Share the Most Important Fear Tip for You and Why It's Most Important to You
    • Fear Video Clip Presentation
  • YAWP!
HOMEWORK (Official at 3:15 P.M.)
  • Complete Fear Video Presentation Visual Aid (Due Friday)
                UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
                • Thursday--Hockey Tournament--GO HORNETS!
                • Friday--Fear Video Presentations Practice
                • Monday--Fear Video Presentations
                • Public Speaking Notebook Table of Contents--This is the current table of contents for Public Speaking. You may reference this document to make sure you've included all activities in your notebook TOC.
                • The Writer's Block--The Writer's Block is a writing center staffed by English teachers and trained student writing coaches who work with students in one-on-one conferences to help them grow as writers.  Face-to-face conferences during lunch and online conferences are open in the evening.
                • Email Mr. Buckley--Do you have a question or a comment? Feel free to email Mr. Buckley anytime.

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