Welcome! Please consider how your attitude affects your and other students' experiences of the lesson.
Be respectful, come prepared, and show interest to have the best possible educational experience.
Deepen your understanding of Monroe's motivated sequence by taking a quiz, develop your vocabulary and practice creating a speech
Time for the activity: ~10-15 minutes
During this activity, you will develop your vocabulary and spelling skills
Open Exam.net and complete the matching and rephrasing exercise
Bemindful of your spelling and grammar; incorrect spelling or grammar does not yield any points
Time for the activity: ~15-20 minutes
This activity enchances your vocabulary development and deepen your understanding of new concepts.
This is called a Frayer model. It is a strategy which enchances your vocabulary development and deepen your understanding of new concepts.
Begin by selecting on of the words from the vocabulary list below.
Then, define it. What does the word mean?
Describe the characteristics of the word. What is typical?
Now, give an example
Finally, give non-examples, opposities or common errors.
Mainly ➜ more than anything else.
Clutch ➜ grasp (something) tightly
Unkempt ➜ having an untidy or dishevelled appearance
Sucker punched ➜ an unexpected punch, blow or event
Tucked (away) ➜ hidden or difficult to find
Goliath ➜ a very large and powerful person or organization
Harbor ➜ keep a negtive thought or feeling in one's mind
To pose ➜present or constitute (a problem or danger)
Morph ➜ change smoothly from one thing to another
Barely ➜ only just; almost not
Rural ➜ in or relating to the countryside rather than the town
To harness ➜ control and make use of natural resources
Scriptings ➜ Something written, a text
Convince ➜ completely certain about something
Efficiency ➜ the state or quality of being efficient
Merely ➜ just; only
Unearth ➜ find (something) in the ground by digging
Ripple effect ➜ the spreading results of an event or action
Quad(rangle) ➜ a square or rectangular space or courtyard
Doodle ➜ scribble absent-mindedly
Time for the activity: 30-40 minutes
Similar to the previous lesson, create a short speech where you motivate the listener to reach out to strangers:
Write a short speech
Follow the 5 steps from Monroe's motivated sequence (I will be looking for these!)
Record (~1-3 minutes) @ Flip; this is your homework. Deadline 1 week.
Use the AI chatbot prompt and improve upon the draft that it generates:
Create a script for a motivational speech. The speech topic is 'Writing love letters to strangers about [here, you enter your specific topic!]'. Structure the speech according to the five steps from Monroe's motivational sequence: action, need, satisfaction, visualization and action. Limit the script to one sentence per step.
Write your speech as a love letter, either by hand or digitally.
These will be randomly distributed to your classmates at the end of class.
Attention! This will not be graded; you will only receive feedback.
List of topics
Hope and optimism for the future.
Encourage the recipient to embrace their unique qualities and value themselves
You mean a lot to someone
Write letters of empathy and understanding for those facing mental health struggles
Write about the beauty of diversity and inclusion, appreciating the richness that different perspectives bring to the world.
Encourage and support students, whether they are facing academic challenges or navigating the complexities of growing up.
or a topic of your own
No one should be abused
Love yourself despite addiction
Your body is beautiful
Depression does not define you
You are doing great - encourage others and encourage yourself
It is ok to feel envious, afraid, anger, jealous , stressed or anxious
Forgive yourself and others
Don't listen to gossip
Be grateful, honest, kind in relationships
Record your speech
No exit ticket (your love letter is)