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Who s your hero

Who’s YOUR Hero?

Eng 101 Hero Group Presentation


Modern heroes
Modern Heroes

As children we all had our favorite superheroes. We loved them, worshipped them, pretended to be them, dressed like them and even talked like them. Now that we’re adults, we are all too well aware that heroes are in high demand but can rarely be found. The overwhelming ugliness found everywhere in the world today has desensitized us to the point where hardly anything seems shocking or repulsive anymore. Luckily, we don’t need superpowers or a cape to make a difference in the world. To accomplish heroic acts, all we need is a willing mind and a willing heart. Many of the courageous, self-sacrificing people that we will learn about today are considered modern heroes. They have all proven that an ordinary person can achieve extraordinary feats and make a difference in the lives of others.


Intro to hero presentation
Intro to Hero Presentation

Brainstorm heroes in your life – real people that you know (community members, parents, teachers, etc.) AND celebrities who are inspirational.

What do all of these heroes have in common?


Common heroic traits
Common Heroic Traits

Loyal

Brave

Courageous

Inspiring

Daring

Ethical

Selfless

Hard working

Caring / Loving

Devoted

Friendly

Caring

Extroverted

Motivational

Tolerant

Focused

Ambitious

Generous

Compassionate

WHAT ELSE???


Modern heroes1
Modern Heroes

Please complete the pre-reading worksheet as we watch the next two video clips about modern heroes.


Malala yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai

  • Who is Malala?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIqOhxQ0-H8


Pat tillman
Pat Tillman

  • Who is Pat Tillman?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBM2hiXRZA0


Homework
Homework

  • For homework this weekend, please read the two articles about Malala and Pat Tillman.

  • While you read, ANNOTATE!

  • During reading, complete the worksheet to verify your understanding of the text.

  • Next week we will write a TEA paragraph to discuss these two heroes.


Eugene and minhee cho
Eugene and Minhee Cho

  • Who are Eugene and Minhee Cho?

  • http://listverse.com/2013/05/31/10-modern-day-heroes-actively-changing-the-world/


Some examples of famous heroes
Some Examples of Famous Heroes...

  • Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Gandhi

  • Henry Bergh

  • Susan B. Anthony


Other famous heroes
Other Famous Heroes

Mother Theresa Princess Diana

Pope John Paul II John F. Kennedy

Hilary Clinton Rosa Parks

Nelson Mandela Albert Einstein

Bono (lead singer of U2) President Obama

Franklin D. Roosevelt Helen Keller

Oprah Winfrey Anne Frank

Jane Addams Florence Nightingale

George Washington Susan B. Anthony

Muhammad Ali Walter Payton

Angelina Jolie Christopher Reeve

Jackie Robinson

Frederick Douglass


Local heroes
Local Heroes

  • Church – Priest, Pastor, Youth Leader

  • Animal Shelter – owner, volunteer

  • Community Service Member – soup kitchen, charity work, volunteer, owner/supporter

  • Parents, Teachers, Neighbors who have done something heroic (saved a life, given back)

  • Someone struggling with an illness/handicap

  • (personal story of Cheryl Trione, science teacher at JHS)


Hero group presentation step one select a group 2 heroes
Hero Group PresentationStep One – Select a Group & 2 Heroes

  • The famous hero must be researchable and contain many of the heroic traits from our class list

  • The local hero will be interviewed by you and your group members (either in person, via Skype, or via email)

  • Heroes must be pre-approved by the teacher

  • Groups must complete a brainstorm sheet to narrow down your hero choices before making a final decision



Step two conduct research

Famous Hero:

Create an entry on Noodle Tools (online bibliography) to keep track of your CREDIBLE sources

Annotate each entry on Noodle Tools

write 2 paragraphs for each source, summarizing the article and explaining how it will be used in your presentation

Must include at least FOUR (4)credible sources for the famous hero

Must include at least TWO (2) different types of sources (website, print - newspaper, magazine article, book, etc.)

Local Hero:

Contact the hero (email/phone) to set up an interview – do this ASAP!

Record notes while you interview him/her

Cite and annotate the interview in Noodle Tools

Step Two – Conduct Research


Research annotations
Research & Annotations

  • Your group will turn in a total of 5 sources & 10 annotation paragraphs! Groups must work on this together.

  • Bibliography & Annotation Due Date:____

  • 4 Sources – Famous Hero

  • 1 Interview (online sources – optional) – Local Hero


Step three present your heroes

Each group will present their research in an organized way

Group members should dress up, prepare a formal outline to follow, use note cards, and prepare a visual aid for their presentation!

Each group member will discuss one section of the presentation

The presentation will be 6-10 minutes in length and will include the following:

Group Member #1: Present an introduction including a hook , thesis statement, and preview

Group Member #2: Discuss heroic trait #1 and how BOTH heroes possess this trait (research/citations/interview information)

Group Member #3:Discuss heroic trait #2 and how BOTH heroes possess this trait (research/citations/interview information)

Group Member #4: Discuss heroic trait #3 and how BOTH heroes possess this trait (research/citations/interview information)

**NOTE: In the body of your speech, you may want to use biographical information, personality traits, awards or accomplishments, influences on you or influences on society to further prove that your selected person is indeed a hero

Group Member #1: present your visual aid and conclude the speech with a re-stated thesis and memorable close

Step Three – Present your Heroes


Steps for success
STEPS for SUCCESS:

Select group members wisely based on effort, likeability, common goals, and similar heroes

Brainstorm, conduct initial research & make a final decision

Set up an interview for your local hero

Research your famous hero; find 4 credible articles and annotate each

Interview your local hero

Create a Noodle Tools bibliography page & write two annotation paragraphs per source

Type a rough draft outline and peer edit

Create a professional & high-quality visual aid (pictures, research, etc.)

Revise your outline and make adjustments accordingly

Discuss roles within the presentation

Write note cards

Practice, Practice, Practice and get feedback

Dress up

Present a strong verbal and nonverbal message

On the day of your presentation, turn in: the final (typed) outline, the bibliography and annotations, the visual aid, all note cards



Bibliography annotations
Bibliography & Annotations

Noodle Tools: The Electronic Annotated Bibliography

What is an “annotated bibliography”?

Whenever you do research, you must give credit to the sources where you found your information. Using good sources shows that your presentation is well researched and credible.

A bibliography lists the citation information for each source (Where is the source published? How can I, as the reader, locate your source?).


How to annotate
How to ANNOTATE

Each Source must be ANNOTATED:

1st Paragraph: Summarize the facts that each source contains. Only focus on the important facts that prove your person is a hero.

2nd Paragraph: Explain how you will use these facts in your speech to prove your thesis. (Remember: thesis = why your person is a hero). So you might say, “Because my hero donated 1 million dollars to charity, she is generous. This proves she is a hero because…”


The annotated bibliography
The Annotated Bibliography

  • Requirements:

    • At least two (2) paragraphs for each source in your bibliography

    • Complete sentences and correct grammar and spelling (Hint: Type your paragraphs in Microsoft Word first. Check your spelling. Then copy and paste your paragraphs into Noodle Tools.)

    • Enough facts and research to prove your famous person is a hero

    • ALL facts and evidence that you give in your presentation MUST be included in your annotated bibliography! Cite everything!

    • At least one documentation of the interview that was conducted with the local hero, along with annotations for that source

    • A total of 5 sources & 10 annotated paragraphs were completed by all group members.


The outline
The Outline

  • Remember that ALL group members must present!

  • What is included in an organized outline?

  • Introduction – hook, thesis, preview

  • Body – discuss 3 heroic traits & how each hero possesses these traits (3 main points)

  • Visual Aid

  • Conclusion – summary, re-state thesis, memorable close


The introduction
The Introduction

  • Hook: catchy attention-getting statement to draw the audience into your presentation

    • question, quotation, statistic, story, statement, humor, scenario, etc.

  • Background Information: Brief information about each hero

  • …leading into…

  • Thesis: A one sentence summary of your presentation; includes TWO HEROES and THREE HEROIC TRAITS

  • Preview: Lead into your first main point (heroic trait #1)


The body follow tea format
The Body– Follow TEA Format!

  • Main Point 1 – Heroic Trait #1

  • T: Topic Sentence with hero trait clearly stated

  • E1: Researched & cited example for Famous Hero

  • A1: Analysis of example one (how/why does it prove he/she is a hero?)

  • E2: Examples from interview for Local Hero

  • A2: Analysis of example two

  • E3: Example of either famous and/or local hero

  • A3: Analysis of example three

  • T: Wrap up the main point & transition into next main point


The body
The Body

Main Point 2 – Heroic Trait #2

(follow the same TEA format)

Main Point 3 – Heroic Trait #3

(follow the same TEA format)


The visual aid
The Visual Aid

  • Provide a proper visual aid with the following information:

  • At least TWO pictures of each hero

  • At least TWO facts about each hero

  • Visually appealing and professional

    • Power point, Prezi, poster, handout, flyer, etc.

  • Displayed after your third main point & before the conclusion


The conclusion
The Conclusion

  • Summary of Main Points – wrap-up the three heroic traits that were discussed in the speech

  • Re-statement of Thesis – provide a final thesis statement, similar to the one in your introduction

  • Memorable Close – like the opening hook, leave the audience thinking about your speech

    • humor, story, quotation, statistic, interesting scenario, question, etc.



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