Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Story Pyramid of ME

I was looking through various blogs the other day and saw one whose description mentioned that every life is a story waiting to be told.  Hmm...a story huh?

So the teacher in me came out in full force... I often used a Story Pyramid to help my older students remember a story we've read.

Here is the Story Pyramid of my life:

Nicole
caring, Christian
always near water
What's this life about?
Raised in very small town.
Married a friend from high school.
Masters Degree in Special Ed and Reading
Beautiful healthy baby girl, what more is needed?

That was kind of fun!  I think (if I ever teach older kids again that is) that I may have them do a story pyramid of their own life at some point in the year! :)

 **Putting this safely into my "teacher bag" to be pulled out if/when needed**

It was kind of hard to determine what to put in and what to leave out when you are limited on words and lines.  For instance...where do I put my running?  I decided that my running wasn't as important to me as the others so that's why I left it out...although it is important to me.  Decisions decisions!

What's your story about?  What would your pyramid look like?

8 comments:

Sarah@LowStressWeightLoss said...

wow, very creative!

Lindy MacDuff said...

Interesting idea. This story pyramid concept would have been very helpful in my school years. Now I will be reflecting on what my story would have to say about me.

*mingle*

florasweets said...

this is my first visit to your blog, I mingled my way over.

I like your Meal Plan Monday - I've been doing that at home for a while (a different day though) never thought about putting it online.. might keep me a little more focused. great idea!

Governor Jen said...

That reminds me of the 6 word memoirs. I love those.

Everybody's Beautiful said...

*Mingle*
My pyramid would be extremely unusual.

Indigo said...

I've never seen the story pyramid before, but I like the flow of the it.
*mingle*

Kwizgiver said...

Huh... that's a great idea. I may have my history students try that with some concepts.

::mingle::

kathi said...

I've never heard of a story pyramid. The idea intrigues me... I'll have to try it to describe a few books and movies before I try it with my own life.

:: mingling ::

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