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Connect to Convince. Randy Kidd. Desperate Teachers. Connect to Convince. Stories Magic Advertisements/Headlines Humor Juggling Strange News. SIMPLE !!!!. STORIES. Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits!. 5. Stories engage the left and right brain.

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connect to convince6
Connect to Convince
  • Stories
  • Magic
  • Advertisements/Headlines
  • Humor
  • Juggling
  • Strange News
randy kidd s top 5 list of story benefits
Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits!
  • 5. Stories engage the left and right brain.
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Randy Kidd’s Top 5 list of Story Benefits!
  • 5. Stories engage the left and right brain.
  • 4. Stories can give you instant credibility.
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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.
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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.
finding story ideas19
Finding Story Ideas
  • Revisit old neighborhood, schools
finding story ideas20
Finding Story Ideas
  • Read old letters, cards saved
finding story ideas21
Finding Story Ideas
  • Watch old movies or programs watched when young.
finding story ideas22
Finding Story Ideas
  • Think about any tragic or particularly trying times in your life.
finding story ideas23
Finding Story Ideas
  • Turning Points Activity!
  • Divide lifeline into 5 year segments.
  • Mark significant turning points in your life.
typical turning points
Typical Turning Points
  • Changes in Geography.
  • Changes in relationship.
  • Changes in job or career.
  • Change in responsibility.
at each turning point ask yourself
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?
other sources of story ideas
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!
interview use opened questions
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?
crafting the story
Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
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Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
  • Introduce the Characters.
crafting the story30
Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
  • Introduce the Characters.
  • Encounter the obstacle.
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Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
  • Introduce the Characters.
  • Encounter the obstacle.
  • Climax.
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Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
  • Introduce the Characters.
  • Encounter the obstacle.
  • Climax.
  • Resolve the Story.
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Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
  • Introduce the Characters.
  • Encounter the obstacle.
  • Climax.
  • Resolve the Story.
  • Make the point.
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Crafting the Story
  • Set the scene.
  • Introduce the Characters.
  • Encounter the obstacle.
  • Climax.
  • Resolve the Story.
  • Make the point.
  • Ask the Question.
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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.
magic
Magic
  • 3 reasons why magic works so well in class!
    • Ultimate visual aid.
    • Appeals to all ages.
    • Can be tied into any topic.
top 5 magic tips
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!!!!

top 5 reasons to use humor in the classroom
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!!
3 elements for humor
3 elements for Humor
  • 1. A commonly understood situation.
  • 2. Buildup of tension.
  • 3. Unexpected twist.
different types of low risk humor
Different types of low risk humor
  • 1. Multiple Choice Questions
which one of the following is a murphy s law version of your annual conference experience
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
4 quotation and questions
4. Quotation and Questions
  • “Budget is a systematic way to go broke.”
  • “Change is inevitable, except from a vending machine.”
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6. Humor on the syllabus

BSAD 102-Accounting 2

Instructor: Randy Kidd

Office: HU 101D

Email: [email protected]

Prerequisite: BSAD 101; one semester of MTV “Real World”

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7. Humor on Handouts
  • IF DROWSINESS occurs, it shouldn’t be surprising.
  • DO NOT induce vomiting, the content will take care of that.
  • I’m Randy Kidd and I approve this message.
8 humor on exams
8. Humor on Exams
  • Which one of the following expressions does your loyal teacher, Randy Kidd, use the most frequently in class?
  • “Okay”
  • “Basically”
  • “Now….”
  • “Good Job”
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