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Creating "Ah Ha" Moments Through Learning Styles

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Each person has a preferred learning style. This Power Point can be used to introduce learning styles. Be sure to download the documents that go with this PP. This PP was presented at a church ...

Each person has a preferred learning style. This Power Point can be used to introduce learning styles. Be sure to download the documents that go with this PP. This PP was presented at a church training.

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    Creating "Ah Ha" Moments Through Learning Styles Creating "Ah Ha" Moments Through Learning Styles Presentation Transcript

    • CREATING “AH HA” MOMENTS THROUGH LEARNING STYLES
    • FIREHOUSE 3:16
    • ACADEMY TRAINING
      • how fires get started
      • how to extinguish them
      • how to do whatever it takes to rescue victims from the fire
    • 1 DAY BEFORE CHURCH BURNING
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    • FEBRUARY 1, 2007 5:30AM
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      • A ____________ is a tool that reminds firefighters of the three things it takes to start a fire.
    • James 1:13-15 says 1 3 “ Let no one say when he is _________, I am being tempted by God; for God __________ be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. 14 But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his ________ ________ (lust). 15 Then when desire (lust) has conceived, it gives birth to ________; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth ____________.
    • TEMPTED
    • James 1:13-15 says 1 3 “ Let no one say when he is TEMPTED , I am being tempted by God; for God __________ be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. 14 But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his ________ ________ (lust). 15 Then when desire (lust) has conceived, it gives birth to ________; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth ____________.
    • CANNOT
    • James 1:13-15 says 1 3 “ Let no one say when he is TEMPTED , I am being tempted by God; for God CANNOT be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. 14 But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his ________ ________ (lust). 15 Then when desire (lust) has conceived, it gives birth to ________; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth ____________.
    • OWN DESIRES
    • James 1:13-15 says 1 3 “ Let no one say when he is TEMPTED , I am being tempted by God; for God CANNOT be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. 14 But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his OWN DESIRES (lust). 15 Then when desire (lust) has conceived, it gives birth to ________; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth ____________.
    • SIN
    • James 1:13-15 says 1 3 “ Let no one say when he is TEMPTED , I am being tempted by God; for God CANNOT be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. 14 But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his OWN DESIRES (lust). 15 Then when desire (lust) has conceived, it gives birth to SIN ; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth ____________.
    • DEATH
    • James 1:13-15 says 1 3 “ Let no one say when he is TEMPTED , I am being tempted by God; for God CANNOT be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. 14 But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his OWN DESIRES (lust). 15 Then when desire (lust) has conceived, it gives birth to SIN ; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth DEATH .
    • WHAT IS SIN?
      • Disobedience to God
    • PARTS OF THE SIN TRIANGLE
      • DESIRE
      • TEMPTATION
      • OPPORTUNITY
      • Sin spreads just like __________, and other people can get hurt. It affects your walk with God and your _______________.
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    • When we are caught in the flames of sin, we should ________ what we’re doing, _________ to our knees and pray, and __________ through the Bible and obey it.
    • STOP what we’re doing,
    • DROP to our knees and pray, and
    • ROLL through the Bible and obey it.
    • Evil _______ lead to _______, and then, if you have the ________, you’ll _____. Get rid of those evil ________ and temptations, and don’t get burned by the sin’s ______.
    • Evil DESIRES lead to TEMPTATION, and then, if you have the OPPORTUNITY, you’ll SIN. Get rid of those evil DESIRES and temptations, and don’t get burned by the sin’s FIRE.
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    • CREATING “AH HA” MOMENTS THROUGH LEARNING STYLES
    • MUST REACH ALL LEARNING STYLES I hear I forget I see I remember I do I understand
    • 20% OF WHAT THEY HEAR 30% OF WHAT THEY SEE 50% OF WHAT THEY HEAR & SEE 80% OF WHAT THEY HEAR, SEE, & DO
    • LEARNING STYLES
      • AUDITORY
      • VISUAL
      • KINESTHETIC/
      • TACTILE
    • Some people learn by listening and sharing ideas, Some learn by thinking through ideas, Some learn by testing theories, And some learn by synthesizing content and context. --Susan Morris, Excel, Inc.
    • A normal attention span is 3 to 5 minutes per year of a child's age. Therefore, a 2-year-old should be able to concentrate on a particular task for at least 6 minutes, and a child entering kindergarten should be able to concentrate for at least 15 minutes. (Note: A child's attention span while watching TV is not an accurate measure of his or her attention span.)
    • Research says that the average American has an attention span of about 20 minutes , which is decreasing every year. With our decreasing attention span comes a decreasing ability to retain what we have learned
    • Less Than Two Hours The American Academy of Pediatrics has advised that children over the age of 2 should have less than two hours of screen time per day, which includes television, computer time, Blackberry, iPod Touch, Game Boy, DS, texting, and video games. ANYTHING WITH A SCREEN. Too much SCREEN time can result in behavioral problems, as well as trouble concentrating at school and obesity.
    • "Those who exceeded the AAP recommendation were about 1.6 times to 2.2 times more likely to have greater than average attention problems.” MONDAY, July 5, 2010 (HealthDay News)
    • When presenting, research says that every ______ minutes you need to say something funny or relevant to keep your group focused.
    • SEVEN
    • AUDITORY LEARNER
      • Often talks to himself
      • Has trouble with writing
      • Is very social
      • Asks questions
      • Is noisier than most
    • AUDITORY LEARNER
      • Likes to read to self out loud
      • Is not afraid to speak in class
      • Notices sound effects
      • Follows spoken directions
      • Can’t keep quiet for long
      • Enjoys acting
    • How to Help an AUDITORY LEARNER
      • Provide students with oral along with written instructions for assignments.
      • Include whole group discussion in your class.
      • Provide students with videos to complement the written text
      • Verbal repetition
    • VISUAL LEARNER
      • Need to look at person while talking
      • Use hands while talking
      • Hold images in head
      • Good at spelling
      • Needs quiet study time
    • VISUAL LEARNER
      • Has to think awhile before understanding
      • Likes color and fashion
      • Dreams in color
      • Understands graphs/charts
      • Is good with sign language
    • How to Help a VISUAL LEARNER
      • Including diagrams, mind maps,
      • word webs, visuals, & other organizers
      • Teach students to use highlighters when going through their notes
      • Use flashcards
    • How to Help a VISUAL LEARNER
      • Try not to give only oral instructions before requiring students to complete an assignment.
      • Stay away from lecture without accompanying notes and/or visuals.
      • Engage with face to face interaction
    • How to Help a VISUAL LEARNER
      • Provide a quiet place for her to read and study
      • Do not sit them close to a window where they can look out and be distracted
      • While you are telling a story, have them write down a key word to make sure they are listening
    • KINESTHETIC LEARNER
      • Good at sports
      • Can’t sit long
      • Not great at spelling
      • Likes labs
      • Studies with music
    • KINESTHETIC LEARNER
      • Likes adventure books
      • Role playing
      • Takes breaks while studying
      • Lay on floor while studying
      • Is fidgety during lectures or story time
    • How to Help a KINESTHETIC LEARNER
      • learn best when activities are varied during a class period.
      • hands-on work
      • work in small discussion groups
    • How to Help a KINESTHETIC LEARNER
      • Plan a field trip that can help reinforce key concepts
      • Allow students to stretch partially through the class
      • Memory games
    • TACTILE LEARNER
      • Likes manipulatives
      • Finger paint
      • Art
      • Building projects
      • Is fidgety
    • TACTILE LEARNER
      • Gets bored easily
      • Needs to be touching
      • Loves flash cards
      • Lay on floor while studying
      • Loves drawing
    • How to Help a TACTILE LEARNER
      • Use picture cards they can hold
      • Learns better sitting in a bean bag rather than a hard chair
      • Use gestures when giving explanation or directions
    • How to Help a TACTILE LEARNER
      • Make sounds like the wind when you are telling the story
      • Loves games
    • Memory retention is rated at _______% when they practice by doing and ______%where they teach and learn from one another.
    • THE QUESTION IS… HOW EFFECTIVE WILL YOU BE?