Monday, September 17, 2012

9-14-2012 PS Happenings--SUB

  • Welcome, Attendance, & Daily Plan
  • Name Game
  • Packer Contest
  • Impromptu Speeches
    • Minimum Time Limit = 1 Minute
    • Select a quote from the list below and prepare your speech.
    • Your speech should follow this format:
      • Read the quote and cite the person who said it (even if you don't know who that is.)
      • Share what you think the quote means and/or it's significance.
      • Provide two real-life examples from your life or society to illustrate the significance/truth of the quote.
      • Summarize your speech. In other words, re-read your quote and restate the meaning.
      • Conclude with a sentence that wraps up the speech and gives a sense of finality.
HOMEWORK (OFFICIAL at 3:10 P.M. Each Day)
  • If You Have Not Presented Your Speech:
    • Submit Colors Speech Outline on
    • Bring Completed Note Cards with Key Words & Phrases
    • Practice Colors Speech in Preparation for Presentations
  • If You Have Presented Your Speech:
    • Complete Colors Speech Reflection. (Due Tuesday)
      • Activity #6--9/12/2012--Colors Speech Reflection---Page #
        • Congratulations! You've completed your Colors Speech! Please take a few minutes to reflect on your speech and respond to the following questions:
          • What was your favorite part of the Colors Activity & Colors Speech? Why?
          • What surprised you about your speech? Perhaps you learned something about yourself or you found that you did well or poorly in an area you did not expect.
          • When you reflect back on the Colors Activity and Colors Speech, what is one thing you will take away from this experience that will help you improve your public speaking skills in the future? Explain.
UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
  • Monday--Communication Styles Guest Speaker
  • Tuesday--Colors Speech Presentations
  • Wednesday--Colors Speech Presentations
  • Thursday--Communication Theory-What is Communication?
  • Friday--Communication Theory-Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Communication

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