In a sequence of vividly-detailed portraits, Maleka Donaldson reveals how veteran, public-school Kindergarten teachers respond to children's mistakes during day-to-day classroom instruction.
Portraits of Learning from Mistakes in Kindergarten Maleka Donaldson. MALEKA DONALDSON from oops to aha PORTRAITS OF LEARNING FROM MISTAKES IN KINDERGARTEN FROM OOPS TO AHA FROM OOPS TO AHA Portraits of. Front Cover.
Author: Maleka Donaldson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Interaction analysis in education
In this book, gifted preacher Sondra Willobee shows how to enliven sermons by using the techniques of great writers. With clarity and wit, Willobee explores the joyful process of crafting effective sermons.
In Lowry's paradigm, a sermon moves through five stages: oops, ugh, aha, whee, and yeah (see fig. 3.3). Figure 3.3. Lowry's loop 1. Oops: upsetting the equilibrium 2. Ugh: analyzing the discrepancy (diagnosis of the human situation) 3.
Author: Sondra B. Willobee
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Preaching from Inside the Story is a book that seeks to carve out an understanding of narrative preaching in an age where there is little agreement about its nature and practice. Capitalizing on the works of Craddock and Lowry, it seeks to find an expanded palette upon which the preacher may engage the larger canvas of narrative preaching. This book will engage the mind by introducing neuroscientific understandings of creativity; build upon the foundations of the philosophy of stories by engaging Aristotle’s foundational understanding of narrative; and renew the Lowry Loop by expanding this seminal work and how it should be understood in our current culture. Preaching from Inside the Story breaks new ground by encouraging preachers to move inside stories and tell them from the inside out providing a positive effect, thereby affording non-narrative preachers to connect with storytelling principles. Ultimately, it is filled with examples of how to do narrative in a very practical way. However, in showing these practical examples, the reader is involved in a deep analysis of those narrative sermons and how they fit into an overall narrative understanding of preaching. In the final analysis, it invites the reader to take a fresh journey into narrative preaching.
Something goes wrong, there is causation, there is intrigue and suspicion, unfolding of a plot and a final resolution of the narrative—the itch is scratched and, in Lowry's terms, the Oops is turned into an Aha!28 Even Lowry's second ...
Author: Jeffrey W. Frymire
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Now in reissue with a new foreword by Fred B. Craddock and afterword by the author, Eugene L. Lowry, The Homiletical Plot, Expanded Edition follows in the same solid tradition of its predecessor. Upon its release, The Homiletical Plot quickly became a pivotal work on the art of preaching. Instead of comments on a biblical passage, Lowry suggested that the sermon follow a narrative form that moves from beginning to end, as with the plot of a story. This expanded edition continues to be an excellent teaching resource and learning tool for all preachers from introductory students to seasoned clergy.
My students have found it helpful to remember these steps with the following abbreviations : 1 ) Oops ; 2 ) Ugh ; 3 ) Aha ; 4 ) Whee ; and 5 ) Yeah . Note that the visualized plot line is forward moving — set horizontally , unlike the ...
Author: Eugene L. Lowry
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Sesame Street, the most trusted name in preschool education, offers a complete, user-friendly guide to help parents prepare their children, ages 2-5, for academic, physical, and social success. For the past 50 years, Sesame Street has stood at the forefront of child development, stimulating and nurturing the minds of preschoolers not only through the iconic TV show, but also through books, games, mobile apps, and community engagement initiatives. With Ready for School!, Senior VP of Curriculum and Content at Sesame Workshop Dr. Rosemarie Truglio shares all the research-based, curriculum-directed school readiness skills that have made Sesame Street the preeminent children's TV program, and that every parent needs in order to get their preschooler ready for lifelong learning. Each of the book's eight chapters focuses on a key area: language, literacy, math, science, logic & reasoning, social & emotional development, healthy habits, and the arts. An essential dynamic of Ready for School! is its emphasis on the importance of play in a child's learning process. To respond to that need, dozens of "Play & Learn" activities are included to aid parents in educating their children: at the kitchen table, on the bus, in the park, or in the preschool classroom while playing together. In addition, the book recommends scores of hints, tips, ideas for useful products, and deep-dives on more complex topics for parents, all designed to make preparing young kids for school easy and joyful.
OOPS & AHA Because of his shy, slow-to-warm-up temperament, my son Lucas found new transitions emotionally challenging. So on his first day of a new summer outof-town day camp, Lucas, age five, was scared and nervous.
Author: Rosemarie T. Truglio
Publisher: Hachette UK
A down-to-earth, practical introduction to the ins and outs of preaching for lay preachers, bivocational pastors, and others newly arrived in the pulpit. Recent years have seen a considerable increase in the amount of financial resources required to support a full-time pastor in the local congregation. In addition, large numbers of full-time, seminary trained clergy are retiring, without commensurate numbers of new clergy able to take their place. As a result of these trends, a large number of lay preachers and bivocational pastors have assumed the principal responsibility for filling the pulpit week by week in local churches. Most of these individuals, observes Clifton Guthrie, can draw on a wealth of life experiences, as well as strong intuitive skills in knowing what makes a good sermon, having listened to them much of their lives. What they often don't bring to the pulpit, however, is specific, detailed instruction in the how-tos of preaching. That is precisely what this brief, practical guide to preaching has to offer. Written with the needs of those for whom preaching is not their sole or primary occupation in mind, it begins by emphasizing what every preacher brings to the pulpit: an idea of what makes a sermon particularly moving or memorable to them. From there the book moves into short chapters on choosing an appropriate biblical text or sermon topic, learning how to listen to one's first impressions of what a text means, moving from text or topic to the sermon itself while keeping the listeners needs firmly in mind, making thorough and engaging use of stories in the sermon, and delivering with passion and conviction. The book concludes with helpful suggestions for resources, including Bibles, commentaries, other print resources and websites.
In his classic book, The Homiletical Plot, Eugene Lowery has elaborated this form for preaching as “Oops, Ugh, Aha! Whee! Yeah.” Oops: a problem or question is noted. Ugh: the seriousness of the problem is developed. Aha!: the clue for ...
Author: Clifton F. Guthrie
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Sermon Time: The Narrative Principle of Preaching
In one such perusal of his manuscript, I wrote: oops, ugh, aha, whee, and yeah in the margins that occur in precisely the same order as my sermon on that text. Clearly, both of us move in strikingly similar ways.
Author: Eugene L. Lowry
Publisher: Abingdon Press
They are there after an urgent need, a moment of desperation. Like Ellen Cardwell?s telling of a highway angel who helped Ellen and her husband resume their trip after car trouble on California?s desolate Highway 1. Or Delores Topliff?s memory from her childhood, when on the brink of starvation, an angel on a bicycle dropped off bags of groceries. These stories will challenge and reward your faith in God?a God Who tells us to entertain strangers and, possibly, Heavenly Company. Contained within this book is an exclusive collection of real-life encounters with God?s angels and mysterious helpful strangers. Best-selling author Cecil Murphey (coauthor of 90 Minutes in Heaven and more than one hundred other books) and his cowriter Twila Belk masterfully bring together brand-new reports from all over the world that share one thing in common: the way in which God uses messengers to touch our lives. Filled with hundreds of pages of stories that will excite your spirit and touch your heart, you?ll travel from Africa to Texas to Russia and back again. Curl up with this powerful book and read amazing true accounts of individuals who have encountered angels, both seen and unseen.
But while “Oops” and “Ugh” are the language of ambiguity, “Aha” is the language of ambiguity resolved. In a sense, then, ambiguity and resolution are the two essentials of narrative preaching according to Lowry.
Author: Mike Graves
Publisher: Chalice Press
Presentations from the 1996 Notre Dame Center for Pastoral Liturgy conference, measuring the progress of reform from the end of Vatican II until today.
... in the light of the gospel and in the presence of the people . 21 For Lowry there is a basic shape to the “ plotted sermon . ” It consists of a five elements which he has playfully termed : oops !, ugh !, aha !, whee !, yeah !
Author: Eleanor Bernstein
Category: Social Science
In this introductory text, Lucy Lind Hogan helps the reader understand the theological task of becoming a preacher, the craft of writing the sermon, and the importance of communicating the gospel in the present world. In doing so, she creates a book that is more holistic than any other homiletics text currently on the market. Hogan begins with a theological rationale for preaching, which serves as a basis for understanding the identity of the preacher. She then explores the context for preaching, showing how to interpret a scriptural text, design a sermon, and use illustrations and examples. She also discusses preaching for special occasions, the use of different technologies in preaching, and the importance of delivery. This book includes questions for reflection.
Fortunately, Lowry's students provided him with a shorthand definition: oops—ugh—aha—whee—yeah! • Oops. A good story begins with a conflict in which one is thrown off balance. In the opening of a narrative sermon, the preacher names the ...
Author: Lucy Lind Hogan
Publisher: Presbyterian Publishing Corp