Wednesday, March 6, 2019

3-6 & 7-2019 PS (Block)--Fear Case Studies, Personal Fear Inventory

  • Welcome, Attendance, & Daily Plan
  • Group Gathering
    • Secret Handshake
  • Name Game
  • Fear Unit
    • When You're Afraid of Public Speaking Video
    • Fear Case Studies Skits
      • Your presentation is worth 25 points
        • Creative--10 Points
        • Covered Basic Concepts--10 Points
        • All Students Are Involved--5 Points
      • WORK TIME
        • Select a facilitator for your Skit
        • Put Together & Practice Your Skit
          • Props
          • Costumes
          • Sound Effects
          • Creative License
        • #1 GOAL--Be Entertaining!
      • YOU HAVE 15 Minutes! GO!
  • Personal Fear Inventory
    • Complete the Personal Fear Inventory for your class. All results are anonymous.
    • Click on the link below and answer the 3 questions:
    • Personal Fear Inventory Results
      • Class results
      • Discuss
        • Address each question:
          1. What are the top three situations that really matter to you?
          2. What are the three most common/strongest physical fear reactions you experience when faced with something that really matters to you?
          3. What negative thoughts have you engaged in when faced with fear?
        • What do these results mean?
        • Mr Buckley's Comments & Discussion
          • Everyone experiences these three areas.
          • It's unique & personal
    • Discuss
      • What do these results mean?
    • Personal Fear Inventory Analysis Applied to a Fearful Performance
        • Plan for Tomorrow
        • YAWP!
        HOMEWORK (Official at 3:15 P.M.)
        • Complete Activity--Personal Fear Analysis Journal (Due Friday)
          • 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?
        • Activity--Fear Video Clip Example (Due Friday)
          • Like the Glossophobia Video Clip, find a commercial or brief video clip that deals with the fear of Public Speaking or some sort of speaking situation.
            • Write the website in your notebook OR bring it on your digital device.
            • Write a one-sentence summary of the video.
            • Explain how the clip relates to any of the fear concepts we have discussed.
                                            UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
                                            • Friday (7)--Fear Tips & Strategies, Fear Video Presentation Assignment
                                            • 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 Writing Center--The Writing Center is 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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