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Jeopardy

LEARNING MULTIPLE ANALYTICAL/ HIERARCHY


FULL POT PYRAMID INTELLIGENCES GLOBAL OF NEEDS

$100 $100 $100 $100 $100

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200

$300 $300 $300 $300 $300

$400 $400 $400 $400 $400

$500 $500 $500 $500 $500

Final Jeopardy
1 - $100
 Virginia Satir means ______ or ______ when
she says “Pot” in her article “Self Worth: The pot
nobody watches.

 Self Worth or Self Esteem


1 - $200
 A person whose pot is ______ displays integrity,
honesty, responsibility, compassion and love.

 High/ Full
1 - $300
 Persons whose pot are low often feel L_____
and I______.

 Lonely and Isolated


1 - $400
 Feels of worth are learned. According to Virginia
Satir, with whom are they learned?

 With the family


1 - $500
 Feelings of worth can only flourish in an
atmosphere where individual differences are
A_____, mistakes are T_____, communications
are O______ and rules are F_____.

 Appreciated, Tolerated, Open, Flexible


2 - $100
 This is a biologically and developmentally
imposed set of personal characteristic that make
the same teaching method effective for some
and ineffective for others. Dr. Rita Dunn
describes this as “As individual as a signature”.

 Learning Style
2 - $200
 On average, students remember only ____% of
what they read and ___% of what they hear.
More engagement please!

 10% of what they read, 20% of what they hear


2 - $300
 Students will typically remember 30% of what
they see but they would remember 50% of the
information if you combine seeing with ______.

 hearing
2 - $400
 Do empty barrels really make the most noise?
Studies show that students remember ___% of
what they say.

 70%
2 - $500
 Want students to remember 90% of the lesson?
Try letting them say something while ______.

 Doing something that reinforces what they say.


3 - $100
 The theory of Multiple Intelligences was
developed by this man in 1983:

 Howard Gardner
3 - $200
 Which multiple intelligence is being catered to
using the following activities:
– Research a topic
– Explain a concept
– Create your philosophy about a major idea…

 Existential/ Spiritual Intelligence


3 - $300
 Which of the following activities would cater to a
student with natural intelligence:
– A. Conduct a debate
– B. Use binoculars, telescopes, microscope or magnifier
– C. Build or construct a model

 B
3 - $400
 What is the difference between interpersonal
intelligence and intrapersonal learners?

 Interpersonal learners learn best through


interactions with others; Intrapersonal learners
learn best through self reflection.
3 - $500
 Name the 9 multiple intelligences

 Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Verbal/Linguistic,


Musical/Rhythmic, Logical/Mathematical,
Existential/Spiritual, Bodily/Kinesthetic,
Visual/Spatial, Natural
4 - $100
 This side of the brain is associated with more
logical, analytical and verbal areas.

 Left
4 - $200
 The brain is divided into 2 regions. The right
side used by global learners, is associated with
C_____, I_____, and I______.

 Creativity, Intuition and Imagination


4 - $300
 What kind of teaching introduces new concepts
one fact after another until gradually, students
begin to understand the idea?

 Analytic Teaching
4 - $400
 The younger the child, the greater the likelihood
that they are ____ processors.

 Global
4 - $500
 Which teaching strategy is most effective –
Analytical or Global?

 Neither – they should be used together and can


be equally effective.
5 - $100
 This psychologist developed a hierarchy of
needs:

 Abraham Maslow
5 - $200
 At the lowest level of the hierarchy, meaning the
most important need is this:

 Psysiological
5 - $300
 These two hyphenated “S” needs are at the top
of Maslow’s hierarchy.

 Self-Actualization and Self-Esteem


5 - $400
 These needs fall at the center at the hierarchy –
a little more important than self-esteem and a
little less important than safety and security.

 Love, affection and a sense of belonging.


5 - $500
 Everyone needs self respect that comes from
feeling self-confident and valued by others.
Maslow calls this need _____.

 Self Esteem
Final Jeopardy
 Teachers should remember that they are in their
classrooms to teach ______.

 children