SESSION 8: PROGRAM DELIVERY
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Which of the following activities are used in any given T1L1 session?CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following is a component of storytelling?CorrectIncorrect
“THE T1L1 PROGRAM USES A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES TO ENGAGE STUDENTS AND FOSTER RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STUDENTS AND MENTORS.”
The Teach One to Lead One® program uses a variety of activities to engage students and foster relationships between students and mentors. While the program structure stays the same for each T1L1 session, the activities used in each section will differ. Here are the different activities used in any given session:
- Games: Fun is an essential part of the T1L1 program. The games used not only engage the students and get them active, but they have a purpose behind them as well. Make sure to use only those games listed in the T1L1 curriculum to ensure this purpose is achieved.
- Skits: The T1L1 program uses several scripted skits throughout the curriculum. These skits may be acted out by the mentors and the students together. Throughout these skits, look for specific, teachable moments where students can be shown the universal principles in action. These skits are most effective when acted out with enthusiasm and energy.
- Role Plays: Students learn better when they can apply the material to real-life situations. During role plays, small groups of students will come up with and act out scenarios based on the principle being covered that session. Mentors will also be involved in these role plays, but should not take the lead. Give students the opportunity to come up with ideas and provide leadership within their groups.
- Storytelling: Telling stories is one of the best ways to get the students’ attention and illustrate the principles being taught. Storytelling brings to life a universal principle. In order to tell effective stories, follow these tips:
- Illustrate, don’t describe
- Memorize your stories
- Tell personal stories
- Movie Clips: Movies are another great way to illustrate specific points. Each mentor team is provided with a DVD of movie clips to use within the T1L1 program.
- Visual Aids: Every session has visual aids to accompany the main points being taught. These visual aids are helpful to teach students who are visual learners. If possible, hang and leave them up through the duration of the program.
- Field Guides: Students need an opportunity to record their thoughts, what they have learned and develop a plan for making it a part of their everyday lives. The Field or Training Guides make this happen. Make sure to leave enough time at the end of each session for students to complete the required section.