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  1. 1.   Welcome to the World Of Education     Personal Life Vs. School Life     Text     Actual  Text   Animation,  video,  interaction         Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Welcome  to  the  World  of  Education   Description  of  this  scene:   Introduction   Animation:   Video:     Plays  music   Interaction   Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Personal  Life  vs.  School  Life   Description  of  this  scene:   Embed  Powerpoint   Animation   Video:  Powerpoint  of  Balance   Interaction:   Answer  questions  on  powerpoint      
  2. 2.   Mentors can be Helpful! Communication • Parents • Peers • Students         Text  –  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/2-­‐/Black   Actual  Text:   Mentors  can  be  Helpful!   Animation,  video,  interaction   Videos  of  people  around  a  table   Audio:  Mentors  can  be  helpful  by  having   monthly  chats,  help  with  lesson,  planning,   and  addressing  concerns.  If  you  don’t  have  a   mentor,  ask  your  administrator  to  assign   one.  Make  a  list  of  questions  that  you  would   like  to  ask  your  mentor.    Don’t  be  afraid  to   ask  for  help.    Ask  for  extra  copies  of   worksheets  or  activities,  if  they  are  on  your   same  grade  level.   Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Communication  Parents,  Peers,  Students   Description  of  this  scene:  Parent  teacher   conference,  teachers  working  together,   teacher  working  with  students   Animation:  Visuals  compiled  to  show   interactions  and  relationships  between   each  of  these  groups.   Video:       Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Time  Management   Description  of  this  scene:  Variety  of   techniques  used  positively  and   negatively.   Create  some  but  be  flexible   Animation   Video:  Questions  and  answers  with  first   year  teacher  about  a  few  techniques   used    
  3. 3.       Management     Management Planning time/prioritize tasks     Resources How to find available resources? Who to ask for help to find materials or resources?     Text  –  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:  Management:  Do  you  know   how  to  manage  your  time  effectively?  Do   you  schedule  your  school  day  so  that  the   time  you  are  there  is  used  well?   Animation,  video,  interaction   Video:  Embed  a  slidshow  or  powerpoint   demonstrating  a  well  utilized  planning   day           Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Management,  planning  time/prioritizing   tasks   Description  of  this  scene:  ways  to   prioritize  your  life  as  a  whole   Animation:   Interaction:  Give  different  choices  to   help  prioritize   Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Resources:  How  to  find  available   resources?  Who  to  ask  for  help  to  find   materials  or  resources?   Description  of  this  scene:  Questions  you   can  ask  but  also  resources  you  can  use;   books,  websites,  people,  articles   Animation   Video:  audio  various  questions  you  can   ask  
  4. 4. Special Services District/State                                                           Text-­‐  font,  color,  size   Century  Gothic/20/Black   Actual  Text:   Special  Services     District/State   Description  of  this  scene:     Animation   Audio:  Check  the  state  department  of   education  website  to  find  special   services.  It  list  phone  numbers  and  links   that  may  be  helpful.    Your  district  office   will  have  your  districts  special  services   listed  on  their  website  also.    Speak  with   your  school’s  guidance  counselor.                

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