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  • 1. What is a Role Model? Paine College, Augusta, GA Mack Gipson, Jr. Tutorial & Enrichment Center rev. 10/2006
  • 2. Dictionary definition: “ A person who serves as a model in a particular behavioral or social role for another person to emulate .” American Heritage Dictionary Online, 4 th edition
  • 3. Someone worthy of imitation —whose character , life , behavior , are taken as good examples to follow
  • 4. A person who serves as an example of the values , attitudes , and behaviors associated with a role .
  • 5.
    • Role —behavioral, social
    • Model —emulate, imitation, example, follow
    • Organizing Factors
      • Character —Values — Roles
      • Life —Attitudes
      • Behavior —Behavior
    Define Your Terms
  • 6. My Roles Female Woman Adult Daughter Sister Niece Cousin Aunt Wife Mother US Citizen Friend Cook Teacher Writer / Author Cancer Survivor Volunteer Student—Educated Person Church Leader Social Justice Advocate
  • 7.
    • Brainstorm a list of role models in your life.
    • Match them to your list of roles you play.
    Who are Your Role Models?
  • 8. My Role Models
    • Daughter
      • Mom
    • Teacher
      • Mom
      • Harry Wong
    • Parent
      • Mom
      • Fred Rogers
    • Cancer Survivor
      • Mom
      • Lance Armstrong
    • Cook
      • Cliff Keesee
      • Grandmother Julia
      • Mom
    • Student—Educated person
      • Granddaddy Spooner
    • Writer / Author
      • Toni Morrison
      • Alice Walker
    • Social Justice Advocate
      • Denice Traina
  • 9. Details—From Broad to Specific
    • Animals (essay level)
    • Dogs (paragraph level)
    • Poodles (clarifying info)
    • Fifi (completing info)
  • 10. Paint a picture with words Dog Level Poodle Level Fifi Level
  • 11.
    • Names (people, movie, restaurant, ride)
      • Best friend=Rochelle, movie= Waiting to Exhale
      • Restaurant=Arby’s, ride=Georgia Cyclone
    • Numbers
      • Three goldfish, 28 ounces, 18 years
    • Dates/Times
      • Last Thursday , July 4 , morning , from 8:00-12:00
    • Places
      • May Park, Clarke Middle School
    • Colors
      • Crimson, burnt sienna, kelly green, chocolate
    • Comparisons
      • Like a mad dog, golf ball size
    • Sensory Details
      • Wiggle, clammy, murky, boom, clank, spicy, tangy
    • Active Verbs
      • Looked=glanced, squinted, peeked, examined
  • 12. The most important role model in my life has been my mother, Joyce Nolin. Now we have to answer the questions— Why? or How? Provide reasons , examples , incidents , facts/statistics to support your thesis. Animal level
  • 13. daughter parent teacher Basic Thesis Statement ( because ) + the three reasons, examples, facts, or incidents in Box 1 of each section. The most important role model in my life has been my mother, Joyce Nolin. Dog level Dog level Dog level
  • 14. Unconditional love Involvement in children’s lives Supportive/encouraging The most important role model in my life has been my mother, Joyce Nolin.
  • 15.
    • You need to explain HOW he/she has been a role model—what are ways that he/she has shown you how to be that role?
    Supporting Evidence Actions, Words
  • 16. 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident parent 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident daughter 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident teacher The most important role model in my life has been my mother, JN. --Did G’mother’s nails and hair --never let anyone talk about G’mother --took her into her own house- siblings refused --unconditional love --involvement in children’s lives --supportive and encouraging --enthusiasm --willingness to experiment --guide, facilitator Poodle Level
  • 17. 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident parent 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident daughter 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident teacher
    • Paint a picture with words
    • Fifi level
    • Names —Grandmother, Alzheimer’s
    • Dates — 6 months, Oct. 1993
    • Places — Atlanta, Jennings Manor
    • Colors —pink, coral
    • Comparisons —mad dog
    The most important role model in my life has been my mother, JN.
    • --Did G’mother’s nails and hair
      • Nursing home—Jennings Manor
      • Traveled to Atlanta once month
      • Permed and styled hair—pink foam curlers
      • Massaged, trimmed, painted nails (coral)
    • --never let anyone talk about G’mother
      • As got older—Alzheimer’s
      • Mean—lonely (like a mad dog)
      • Told stories of growing up—loving Mom
    • --took her into her own house— sibl i ngs refused
      • Oct. 1993 six months
      • spent time with her, listened, praised
    • --unconditional love
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
    • --involved in children’s lives
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
    • --supportive and encouraging
    --enthusiasm --willingness to experiment --guide, facilitator
    • --Did G’mother’s nails and hair
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
    • --never let anyone talk about G’mother
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
    • --took her into her own house- siblings refused
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
  • 18. 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident parent 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident daughter 1. Reason, Example, Fact, or Incident teacher Add Transition Words Connect Paragraphs Connect Ideas within Paragraphs Sequence, Illustration, Addition, Cause/Effect The most important role model in my life has been my mother, JN.
    • --Did G’mother’s nails and hair
      • Nursing home—Jennings Manor
      • Traveled to Atlanta once month
      • Permed and styled hair—pink foam curlers
      • Massaged, trimmed, painted nails (coral)
    • --never let anyone talk about G’mother
      • As got older—Alzheimer’s
      • Mean—lonely (like a mad dog)
      • Told stories of growing up—loving Mom
    • --took her into her own house— sibl i ngs refused
      • Oct. 1993 six months
      • spent time with her, listened, praised
    • --unconditional love
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
    • --involved in children’s lives
      • Vivid words—specifics
      • Sensory details
      • Similes (comparisons)
    • --supportive and encouraging
    --enthusiasm --willingness to experiment --guide, facilitator First, One reason, In the beginning Next, Second, Not only…but also Most importantly, Finally, Third
  • 19. Thesis Statement and Topic Sentences
    • The most important role model in my life has been my mother, Joyce Nolin.
    • First, my mother has exemplified what it means to be a daughter.
    • Next, my mother is my role model because she has shown me how to be a parent.
    • Most importantly, I have learned how to be a teacher by watching my mother.
  • 20. Now, it’s your turn…