Instructional Design Models for School Health Education Synectics Model (Creative Process for Secondary Education). Power Point created by Erika Russell Sandra L. Owen Professional Education Faculty Dept. Kinesiology and Health Georgia State University Copyright, 2006.
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Power Point created by Erika Russell
Sandra L. Owen
Professional Education Faculty
Dept. Kinesiology and Health
Georgia State University
“ The basic tools of learning are analogies that serve as connectors between the new and the familiar…good teaching traditionally makes ingenious use of analogies and metaphors to help students visualize content.” (William J.J. Goodman)
Example: Veins are like a plumbing system.
Example:How would you feel if you were a tree attacked by acid rain?
Example:When is silence deafening?
Anticipatory Set(Step One: Present the problem, excite interest)
Teaching Cues of the Health Lesson Plan(Step Two: Provide Expert Information)
Teacher Modeling (Explanation for Step 6, explanation of analogies)
when everything is going wrong?
Student Activity of the Health Lesson Plan(Steps 3-8, this occurs in small groups)
symbolic analogies are developed
Evaluation: reflection on the process