Lesson Plans Focusing on Self (self-assessment/knowledge of self)
- The Natural Human Learning Process
as described in Dr. Rita Smilkstein's research.
- Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences
- Creator and Victim Mindsets
- Hartman color code
- Emotional Intelligence:
- View the Goleman video and take notes about E.I. so that you fully understand the concept.
- Look for examples of behaviors which exhibit emotional intelligence, or the lack thereof, in face-to-face situations (perhaps at your workplace, at home, in social settings); OR on television (e.g., a news analysis program, a favorite TV show); OR online (I saw more video titles about E.I. when I found the Goleman video).
- Following is an interesting example from Youtube that we can discuss in class: Terry Tate, Office Linebacker. ;-)
- Or this scene from the popular TV show, The Office: The Wheel of Chores ;-) ;-)
- Draft a paragraph describing the situation you have chosen to analyze and discussing why it exhibits Emotional Intelligence or exhibits a lack of Emotional Intelligence. in the analysis, be sure to indicate which characteristics or aspects of E.I. are evident (or are evidently lacking).
Answers the question: “Why?!”
“Academic” topics contextualized
Focus of research: defining moments in their lives ("Salvation" & "Shooting an Elephant")
Multiple layers of graded work for showing academic writing conventions
6 points for 2 documented summaries (include one in researched essay on one of the two writers)
6 points for researched essay (shows how this was a defining moment in the writer's life)
6 points for separate personal experience essay (a defining moment or powerful life lesson in YOUR life)
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