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Day One Introduction

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  • Politics Studio Mr. Milner UNCSA 2009
  • Introductions
    • Name(s)
    • Birthday
    • Art
    • Home town
  • My Introduction
    • Name(s) Mister
    • Birthday August 31
    • Art Belly Dancing
    • Home town Oh! Winston-Salem
  • Two Truths and a Lie
  • Two Truths and a Lie
    • I’m a teacher
    • I live in Winston-Salem
    • I won a gold medal at the Olympics in synchronized swimming
  • Two Truths and a Lie
    • I have six chickens
    • I have one wife
    • I won a Grammy in 2007 for yodeling
  • Two Truths and a Lie
    • I have acted in front of 2000 people
    • I have danced in front of 500 people
    • I have sung in front of 1008 people
  • Two Truths and a Lie
    • I have lived in a city that is an island
    • I have taught over 1000 students in seven schools in three states in fifteen years
    • I have walked on a medieval pilgrimage route across Egypt
  • Three Truths and no Lie
    • The average American consumes 12 pounds of chocolate a year
    • Damages paid by the Kellogg Company in 1995 after an Ohio man claimed a flaming Pop-Tart ignited his kitchen: $2400
    • Percentage of U.S. men who own a pair of Dockers Khakis: 73%
  • UNC School of the Arts
    • How do dancers learn to dance?
    • How do actors learn to act?
    • How do musicians learn to play?
    • How do painters learn to paint?
    • How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
  • Practice! Practice! Practice!
  • Citizens
    • How do we learn to be good citizens?
    • How do we learn about government and politics?
    • How do we learn to eat?
  • Practice! Practice! Practice!
  • Thank You!
    • Now sit back and enjoy the ride!
  • Homework
    • Fill in your student information sheet
    • Read your syllabus and be prepared to ask questions about it tomorrow
    • Go daily to
    • Ask questions!
  • ¿Mosque?
  • Have Fun Stormin’ The Castle