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 inversions by reading a student example and practice creating a mock-speech
Read the student examples.
Listen to Try Something New for 30 Days
Time for the activity: 5 min video + 5 min exercise
While listening, take notes on:
What attention-grabber did the speaker use?
What is the need (problem) that was addressed?
How was the need satisfied?
How was this visualised?
What was the recommended action?
Time for the exercise: ~50 minutes
By yourself, or together with a classmate, begin with choosing one of the two topics:
The Power of Yet
Try Something New for 30 Days
Include all five steps from Monroe's motivated sequence (since Feke will look for these):
Include at least one inversion! (Feke will look for this as well)
Your practice speech should be at least 2 minutes but no more than 5 minutes long.
Example topics to The Power of Yet
The Power of Yet
Example topics that relate to Yet:
You are not a failure! There are benefits of receiving the grade "not yet".
It's not too late. Have a growth mindset instead a fixed mindset!
We need to leave our comfort zone and get see failure as a natural step in learning.
Grades are hurdles in learning; it is better to not have grades.
Grades are necessary, but we are not defined by our grades.
Example topics to Try something new for 30 days
Try something new for 30 days
Example topics to try for 30 days:
Call someone new
Write a poem
Start writing a novel
Learn a new word every day
Find a new song
Write a diary
Give a compliment
Start thinking of which of the four topics you want your own motivational speech should be about
No exit ticket (your Flip counts as one)