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LEARNING What’s best for you? How do you know?. Lip Service to Learning Rule 1: You have to read, write, and work on your weaknesses. What are your weaknesses?

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1 LEARNING What’s best for you? How do you know?

2 Lip Service to Learning Rule 1: You have to read, write, and work on your weaknesses. What are your weaknesses? What are your strengths?

3 True Learning comes from… within exploration and experience. Learning what you like; it comes from doing for yourself. constructive analysis and then applying what you’ve read. within the ‘Self’ and is intrinsic within your very nature.

4 True Learning comes from… the head, heart and body, i.e., the melding of experiential learning, intellectual connection, emotional engagement and physical application; True Learning occurs in an environment wherein motivation is mainly intrinsic, and learning becomes its own reward Discovery the application of what is learned.

5 True Learning comes from… making mistakes, from falling down and trying again like you do when you learn to walk engaging a concept and through experience gaining ownership of the concept making mistakes, not from successes. Taking risks allows these possibilities.

6 Learn To be a better reader- write To be a better writer- read KNOW and UNDERSTAND

7 Where are you? Where do you want to go? (Mission) How are you going to get there? What are your values, standards, morals, beliefs? List your goals

8 What Do You Need to Learn? Sometimes in order to Learn we need to UnLearn: –Misinformation, –Poor study skills and habits –Misperceptions –Misinterpretations –Self-centeredness Poor learning blocks full grasp of concepts needed to apply, judge, and analyze

9 Learning requires meeting your needs first The Bare Necessities Bruce Reitherman & Phil Harris THE JUNGLE BOOK

10 Learning starts here

11 Look for the bare necessities The simple bare necessities Forget about your worries and your strife I mean the bare necessities Old Mother Nature's recipes That brings the bare necessities of life The Bare Necessities

12 Wherever I wander, wherever I roam I couldn't be fonder of my big home The bees are buzzin' in the tree To make some honey just for me When you look under the rocks and plants And take a glance at the fancy ants Then maybe try a few The bare necessities of life will come to you They'll come to you!

13 Look for the bare necessities The simple bare necessities Forget about your worries and your strife I mean the bare necessities That's why a bear can rest at ease With just the bare necessities of life

14 Now when you pick a pawpaw Or a prickly pear And you prick a raw paw Next time beware Don't pick the prickly pear by the paw When you pick a pear Try to use the claw But you don't need to use the claw When you pick a pear of the big pawpaw Have I given you a clue ?

15 The bare necessities of life will come to you They'll come to you! So just try and relax, yeah cool it Fall apart in my backyard 'Cause let me tell you something little britches If you act like that bee acts, uh uh You're working too hard

16 And don't spend your time lookin' around For something you want that can't be found When you find out you can live without it And go along not thinkin' about it I'll tell you something true The bare necessities of life will come to you

17 Theme Theme = main idea about life revealed in a work of literature (A general truth is not always true!) Bare Necessities Needs? Wants? Desires Forget about your worries?

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