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15-MINUTE LESSONINTRODUCTIONHave a volunteer read “Koji’s Story.”Ask, “How did the victory change the team’s relationship?”Have a volunteer read the “Habit 6” section.Ask, “How can 1 + 1 = 3 or more?”Have a volunteer read the next paragraph and the Synergy Action Plan.Ask “In what kinds of situations would this be helpful? Why?”“How is a Third Alternative stronger than compromise? cooperation?”Read the next paragraph aloud to the class.Optional: PowerPoint available atThe Leader in MeOnline(see page vi).Allow time to complete the activity.Have volunteers share answers. Consider sharing in small groups first.Discuss.CONCLUSIONSay, “Synergizing is combining our ideas with others’ ideas to give us newsolutions.”Ask, “What do you think might happen if the leaders of the world used theSynergy Action Plan?”Allow time for the Accountability Partner Check. Plan for AccountabilityPartners to meet in one week to check progress.END IN MINDStudents will be able to answer these key questions:• How can 1 + 1 = 3 or more?• How does the Synergy Action Plan work?• How is a Third Alternative different from compromise? cooperation?Key Concept..LESSON 29: THE MORE,THE BETTER31+1=82Teacher EditionLead 9Student Journal© Franklin Covey Co. All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or part in any form.Habit 6: synergize
30-MINUTE LESSON:15-Minute Lesson +ACROSS THE CURRICULUM/LARGE GROUP:With students in groups of two, ask them to decide who will be Partner Aand who will be Partner B.Read the directions aloud, one at a time.1. Partner A, use the word “synergy” in a sentence.2. Partner B, ask a question about synergy.3. Together, create five synonyms and five antonyms for the word synergy.4. Together, create a simile or metaphor for the word synergy.5. Both partners illustrate the word in a drawing or collage.6. Together, connect the word synergy to your own lives or to the world at large.Have volunteers share answers, as time permits.60-MINUTE LESSON:30-Minute Lesson +PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST:Deck of playing cards, separated by suits (one card from each), making sure to haveenough so each student ends up in a group of four; bags of common items (suggestions below).KINESTHETIC ACTIVITY/SMALL GROUP:Hand one card from a deck of playing cards to each student. Students with 4swill be one group; students with Jacks will be another group, etc.Hand each group a bag with an assortment of common items (envelopes, crayons, empty containers, safetypins, paper clips, paper-towel roll, string, tape, etc.)Tell them they have 20 minutes to use the parts in the bag to create a useful item.Encourage them to use the Synergy Action Plan to complete the task.After 20 minutes, have each group present their creation and explain its use.

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Term
Fall
Professor
JamesMcCambridge
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Stephen Covey, teacher edition, Student Journal, Franklin Covey Co

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