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Snapshots and Bingo
I start the year with a ­presentation about myself. It shows I’m a person, too, not just a teacher (and they love the pictures of my pets!). Then we play Getting to Know You bingo. Other than that, I treat my fourth graders like people. I listen—it goes a long way toward building rapport.
—Beth W.

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‘A presentation about myself’ – I think this is one of the most dreaded speech topics

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I recently started working for Prowareness, during the application period I was asked to give a presentation about myself. Now, this is one of those moments to sit back and think about yourself. How do I present myself in one or two slides. What is really typical me? What do I believe in? What am I passionate about? One of the slides I made depicted my personal bookshelf because I believe that the books you read (and like!) tell a lot about you.

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I recently started working for Prowareness, during the application period I was asked to give a presentation about myself. Now, this is one of those moments to sit back and think about yourself. How do I present myself in one or two slides. What is really typical me? What do I believe in? What am I passionate about? One of the slides I made depicted my personal bookshelf because I believe that the books you read (and like!) tell a lot about you. Stephan Covey
The most important book on my personal bookshelf is without a doubt "The 7 habits of highly effective people" by Stephan Covey. This book, to me, is the one book providing you with a set of habits which guide you to manage yourself, your environment and in the end makes your life and the lives of others a better life. Now of course this is not easy, it's hard to master these habits in daily life. But although you might never fully master it, while trying you become very aware of your own shortcomings, paradigms and pitfalls. To be aware of these things is step one towards improvement. Habits and Teams
This week I was thinking about Agile principles, the way Scrum Teams work and how this relates to the habits of Stephan Covey. I suddenly realized how much parallels exist! I have worked it out in the table below. The habits are described very briefly, if you are not familiar with these, please read Covey’s book! The last column describes my thoughts on how the habits map to the way Scrum teams work. Highly effective vs hyper productive
Really good habits or principles are applicable in a lot of situations and are very sustainable. They are recognizable and feel so 'true'. At the time Covey wrote his book ('89), Agile and Scrum didn’t exist as we know it today. Still the habits are very much in line with today’s Agile and Scrum principles and practices. Covey’s book is about becoming highly effective as an individual. As Agile consultants we help teams becoming more or even hyper productive, I am convinced that if we try to apply Covey's habits we get one step closer to reaching that goal!

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Team Spirit
I spend time building a team environment. The kids get to interact with one another, ask questions, and draw comparisons between themselves and their new classmates. Much of our instruction is in small groups, so I use that opportunity to get not only a sense of the students’ learning styles but also their personalities.
—Mindie C.Storytime
I listen to their stories anytime, except during actual work time.
—Hannah R.Personal Greeting
We start our day with a greeting (hugs, handshakes, high fives, snake shakes), and we end it that way, too. We make contact, but each child controls how he or she is to be greeted.
—Elizabeth B.Ask and Receive
You find out what makes them tick. Ask questions; get answers.
—Scott W.Lend an Ear
I give my seventh graders a place to be heard.
—Bob O.Go Deep
It’s about finding out their interests and concerns and taking the time to hear them out. Students love when you take an interest in what matters to them.
—Milly A.Life Lessons
I try to talk to all of my students—especially those who have behavior issues—about non-school-related things as often as possible. They need to know you care. I also share tidbits about my life, without being too personal, to help them see me as a real person.
—Ashleigh T.Snapshots and Bingo
I start the year with a ­presentation about myself. It shows I’m a person, too, not just a teacher (and they love the pictures of my pets!). Then we play Getting to Know You bingo. Other than that, I treat my fourth graders like people. I listen—it goes a long way toward building rapport.
—Beth W.Stay True
I keep promises.
—Haaj F.High Standards
Our first writing standard has to do with personal narratives, so I show them my personalized journal, which has pictures of all my likes: family, pets, foods, restaurants. Then I have students glue a heart in the back of their journals and list all the things that are closest to their hearts. This meets the standard and helps me get to know each of my kids.
—Betsy S.Listen, Listen, Listen
I listen.
—Mindi S.Do Lunch
Eat lunch with them. They will tell you everything!
Sherrie W.

Presentation About Myself for Job Interview - PDF

English presentation about myself.

During that meeting, I was able to make a presentation about myself where I explained who I was, what are the pros and cons of my disability, my career goals, and what I hope to learn during my internship. The MDC meets on every third Friday of the month at City Hall, RM 400 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The next meeting is scheduled for Friday July 18th. The most recent meeting I went to was on Monday June 23rd. That meeting was for elevators for SROs or Single Room Occupancy. Since many who live in SROs use wheelchairs or have trouble using the stair, elevators are their only option. However since many elevators either aren’t up to code or often break, many residents are often times prisoners in their own homes forcing them to miss things such as medical appointments and important events.

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Calaméo - Powerpoint Presentation About Myself

A week of desk-warming meant I was eager to start classes the following Monday. My first lesson was a presentation about myself and about Minnesota, my home state. I talked a fair amount about recreational activities in my home state, which I then used as a springboard for my students’ in-class assignment. The students, in small groups, had to write three things: something fun to do in Donghae, something fun to do in Gangwon Province, and something fun to do in all of Korea. I used the activity to test the English ability of each class.