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  • The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
    Note: There are two swear words in the video and slide 17, but they are used in a funny way that is not insulting or hurtful to anyone.
    ‘8 Secrets of Success’ Lesson Plan
    - Start with a brainstorm of ‘success’ so the teacher can see SS vocab on the topic and introduce the topic. Or, ask the students “what do you think is important for success?” or “what leads to success?” or “what do you think are the 8 secrets of success?”
    - Vocab activity using the main vocab in the video: passion, focus, serve, push yourself, persist, shy, shyness, doubt, etc. (For example: a mingle activity with a word and a meaning on paper slips and each student has a word or meaning and students mingle and match the words and meanings; “guess the meaning” game with points for each guess and double points for the right meaning; students or groups have dictionary race where they race to find the word in the dictionary)
    - Optional: introduce TED and ‘Tedsters’.
    - Slide 1 - Tell SS you will play a video. Tell SS the video is called “8 steps to success”. Explain that after the video the class will discuss the 8 steps to success.
    - Slide 2 – the video - Ask SS to watch and listen for the main ideas and not to worry about unknown vocabulary.
    - Play the short video clip.
    - Slide 3 - After the short video clip, ask students to remember: What were the 8 steps to success? Or “What were the main ideas in the video?” Let the students discuss and remember in pairs, small groups, or mingle.
    - Slide 4 to Slide 17 - Continue the PPT presentation from slide 3 on the first step to success (passion). The presentation goes through each step to success and there is a question (or two) for each step. This can be done in small discussion groups or while mingling and walking around, or a written survey of other students’ ideas and thoughts, or as a whole class. 1) Show the slide and question, 2) check comprehension, 3) give them 2-5 minutes to mingle/discuss/survey, 4) signal for students to stop, 5) optional whole-class discussion, 5) next slide and question, and repeat steps 2 to 5.
    - Slide 18 – Ask the students: Can you remember the 8 secrets to success? See the notes on slide 18 for a possible vocabulary activity.
    - Slide 19 - See if the students have questions (about the ideas in the video, vocab and/or success) before you continue to the discussion questions.
    - Slide 20 to 23 – Some questions for discussion. Depending on the number of students and range of levels, discussion can be in pairs, in groups or as a whole-class. Alternatively, students can write a response to the questions anonymously and swap their responses and the class or groups decide who wrote the response.
  • What are you passionate about?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • What would you do for love and not money?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • What do you do that is hard work yet is also fun?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • What are you good at? What do you want to be good at?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • What do you focus on? (Now)
    What would you like to focus on? (later in life)
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • How do you push yourself to succeed?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • Can you push yourself through doubt and shyness?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • Who pushes you to succeed?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • What do you want to do for others?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • Do you have lots of ideas?
    Do you think something should be different in the world? Can you make it happen?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • How many of these do you do often?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • When you try to do something, do you persist (do you keep trying again and again until you succeed)? OR
    When you try to do something, do you give up (stop trying after one try)?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • Do you persist through failure and other challenges?
    The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
  • The picture on the slide is from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html
    See if the students have questions before you continue to the discussion questions because I think discussion generated by students is better than teacher-generated discussion.
    Depending on the number of students and levels, discussion can be in pairs, in groups or as a whole-class.
  • The pictures on the slide are from the video at this website: http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html

Transcript

  • 1. Presenter: Nelly Chechuy 2013
  • 2. Answer the questions What is success and why is it important for people? Success is…
  • 3. Who are these people and why are they successful?
  • 4. What do you know about this woman? Is she a successful person? Why?
  • 5. What is his name? Prove that this man was successful.
  • 6. This man is a good example of success. Why?
  • 7. What leads to success?
  • 8. Richard’s 8 secrets of success
  • 9. What are you passionate about?
  • 10. What would you do for love and not for money?
  • 11. What do you do that is hard work but is also fun?
  • 12. What are you good at? What do you want to be good at?
  • 13. What do you focus on? (Now) What would you like to focus on? (later in life)
  • 14. How do you push yourself to succeed?
  • 15. Can you push yourself through doubt and shyness? Who or what pushes you?
  • 16. Who pushes you to succeed?
  • 17. What do you want to do for others?
  • 18. Do you have lots of ideas? Do you think something should be different in the world? Can you make it happen?
  • 19. How many of these do you do often?
  • 20. When you try to do something, do you persist (do you keep trying again and again until you succeed)? OR When you try to do something, do you give up (stop trying after one try)?
  • 21. rrogance Do you persist through failure and other challenges?
  • 22. What do you think? • Do you agree with these 8 steps? • Can you add any? • Are any unnecessary (not needed)?
  • 23. This man is a good example of success. Why?
  • 24. Success Secrets Of Woods
  • 25. Eldrick Tont "Tiger" Woods (born December 30, 1975) is an American professional golfer who is the most successful golfers of all time.
  • 26. Success Secret 1 : Expect to win Know in your heart that you are a winner.
  • 27. “I want to be what I've always wanted to be: dominant.”
  • 28. Success Secret 2 : Let your expectations show Express no doubts, let your competitors and your friends know that you have none.
  • 29. Success Secret 3 : Work, practice, work, and practice some more At the top of his field, he can still be seen hitting buckets  of balls until dark - even if he's just won.
  • 30. Success Secret 4 : Dress and act like a winner This is a part of keeping yourself in a winning frame of mind.
  • 31. Success Secret 5 : Have a sense of drama - don't create it but know it when you see  it. You don't have to seek out publicity, but know how to accept and use it when it comes to you.
  • 32. Success Secret 6 : Know that there is always room to grow Being the best does not mean you can't be even better.
  • 33. Success Secret 7 : Hang with the winners They understand the pressures and situations in which you will find yourself.
  • 34. Success Secret 8 : Put yourself in situations where you are not known as a success. May be difficult, but this helps you to stay real.
  • 35. Success Secret 9 : Value and protect your free time and do what you enjoy
  • 36. Success Secret 10 : Remember those who need help Somewhere, someone helped you be willing to give back.
  • 37. “My dad has always taught me these words: care and share. The only thing I can do is try to give back. If it works, it works.”
  • 38. Thank you