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Connect to Convince

Connect to Convince

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  1. Connect to Convince

  2. Randy Kidd

  3. Desperate Teachers

  4. Connect to Convince • Stories • Magic • Advertisements/Headlines • Humor • Juggling • Strange News

  5. SIMPLE !!!!

  6. STORIES

  7. Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits! • 5. Stories engage the left and right brain.

  8. Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits! • 5. Stories engage the left and right brain. • 4. Stories can give you instant credibility.

  9. Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits! • 5. Stories engage the left and right brain. • 4. Stories can give you instant credibility. • 3. Stories create a bond and bridge of commonality.

  10. Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits! • 5. Stories engage the left and right brain. • 4. Stories can give you instant credibility. • 3. Stories create a bond and bridge of commonality. • 2. Stories establish involvement.

  11. Randy Kidd’s Top 5 List of Story Benefits! • 1. Stories are Fun!!!!!

  12. Finding Story Ideas

  13. Finding Story Ideas • Journal

  14. Finding Story Ideas • Photo Books

  15. Finding Story Ideas • Reunion

  16. Finding Story Ideas • Revisit old neighborhood, schools

  17. Finding Story Ideas • Read old letters, cards saved

  18. Finding Story Ideas • Watch old movies or programs watched when young.

  19. Finding Story Ideas • Think about any tragic or particularly trying times in your life.

  20. Finding Story Ideas • Turning Points Activity! • Divide lifeline into 5 year segments. • Mark significant turning points in your life.

  21. Typical Turning Points • Changes in Geography. • Changes in relationship. • Changes in job or career. • Change in responsibility.

  22. At each turning point ask yourself: • What factors were involved in the decision? • What was the main or final reason for the decision? • How did I feel about the decision at the time? • What thoughts and feelings have I had about the decision since then?

  23. Other sources of story ideas: • Vacations • Historical Events • Draw the floor plan of the place that you grew up in. • Talk with other teachers about the craziest students or activities of a student. • Interview anybody!

  24. Interview-use opened questions. • What is it you enjoy about your work/hobby? • How do you do it? • What is the funniest thing that has happened to you at work/hobby etc? • Anything that you and your co-workers still laugh about? • What’s the weirdest situation that has happened to you at work/hobby?

  25. Crafting the Story • Set the scene.

  26. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters.

  27. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters. • Encounter the obstacle.

  28. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters. • Encounter the obstacle. • Climax.

  29. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters. • Encounter the obstacle. • Climax. • Resolve the Story.

  30. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters. • Encounter the obstacle. • Climax. • Resolve the Story. • Make the point.

  31. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters. • Encounter the obstacle. • Climax. • Resolve the Story. • Make the point. • Ask the Question.

  32. Crafting the Story • Set the scene. • Introduce the Characters. • Encounter the obstacle. • Climax. • Resolve the Story. • Make the point. • Ask the Question. • Restate the point.

  33. Magic • 3 reasons why magic works so well in class! • Ultimate visual aid. • Appeals to all ages. • Can be tied into any topic.

  34. Top 5 magic tips 5. Do the tricks as often as possible. 4. Get feedback from family and friends. 3. Don’t rush through a trick. 2. Don’t worry about screwing a trick up. 1. Have Fun!!!!

  35. Advertisements/Headlines

  36. Top 5 Reasons to use Humor in the classroom • 5. It is one of the most effective forms of emotional communication. • 4. It can increase your credibility and help you come across as a real person. • 3. It can provide needed breaks. • 2. It can help drive home a point. • 1. It makes work fun!!

  37. 3 elements for Humor • 1. A commonly understood situation. • 2. Buildup of tension. • 3. Unexpected twist.

  38. High Risk vs Low Risk Humor

  39. Different types of low risk humor • 1. Multiple Choice Questions

  40. Which one of the following is a “Murphy’s Law” version of your annual conference experience? • A. The BEST session of the day is opposite the session in which YOU are a participant.

  41. Which one of the following is a “Murphy’s Law” version of your annual conference experience? • A. The BEST session of the day is opposite the session in which YOU are a participant. • B. The paper (Handout) you want most at a session is the only one not available.

  42. Which one of the following is a “Murphy’s Law” version of your annual conference experience? • C. At the breakfast buffet, the guy in front of you took all of your favorite type doughnut.

  43. Which one of the following is a “Murphy’s Law” version of your annual conference experience? • C. At the breakfast buffet, the guy in front of you took all of your favorite type doughnut. • D. The most BORING presentation always goes overtime.

  44. 2. Cartoons