Thursday, January 30, 2014

1-30-2014 PS--Colors Speech Evidence & Attention Getters

  • Welcome, Attendance, & Daily Plan
  • Collect Supplies
  • Check Colors Inventory & Annotated Reading
  • Hand Out Hall Passes
  • Speech Groups
    • Check-In
      • Weather Update
        • Love it? Hate it?
        • Wish you were here or somewhere else? Where?
        • Will you make it through the winter?
    • Activity #5--1/30/2014--TurnItIn User Info
        • List the following information
        • Your username (email)
        • Your password (or password hint)
        • Your Class ID
        • Your Enrollment Password
      • Public Speaking--Period 1
        • Class Name: Semester 1 Period 1 PUBLIC SPEAKING
        • Class ID: 7612867
        • Enrollment Password: buckley1
      • Public Speaking--Period 3
        • Class Name: Semester 1 Period 3 PUBLIC SPEAKING
        • Class ID: 7612880
        • Enrollment Password: buckley3
      • Public Speaking--Period 5
        • Class Name: Semester 1 Period 5 PUBLIC SPEAKING
        • Class ID: 7612882
        • Enrollment Password: buckley5
    • Attention Getters
      • Activity #6--1/30/2014--Attention Getters--Page #
        • Attention Getter--ENGAGE the audience.
          • Interesting
            • Shock Value
            • Creative
            • Genius
          • Appropriate
            • Not Offensive
          • Relevant 
            • Clearly Connects to Your Speech Topic
            • Explicitly State How It Connects
          • Start & End with Your Attention Getter
            • Gives a Sense of Completion & Fullness to Speech
    • Speech Group Sharing
      • FIRST, let each group member guess what your primary color is? 
        • Each group member should guess your primary color.
        • Each group member should give ONE REASON (trait) to support their guess.
      • According to the inventories, what is your primary color?
      • After reading the descriptions of each color, what do you think is your primary color? Does it match your inventory results.
      • Share a real life example that supports what you think your primary color is. 
    • Colors Evidence Sheet
    • Name Game
    HOMEWORK (OFFICIAL at 3:10 P.M. Each Day)
    • If you have not already completed this, do so ASAP:
      • Enroll in Mr. Buckley's Moodle class. 
      • Set as a favorite on your home computer and mobile devices.
      • Bring note cards, hand sanitizer, hand lotion, or Kleenex and one of the following items to leave in the classroom for community  consumption: glue sticks, pens, pencils, highlighters, or dry erase markers.
    • If you haven't already, register for Public Speaking on (Due Friday)
    • Complete Colors Evidence Sheet (Due Friday)
      • There are 8 boxes.
      • You must fill out a box for each color (Blue, Gold, Green, Orange--4 boxes).
      • You can then choose any set of colors for the remaining 4 boxes.
    • Activity #7--1/30/2014--Colors Inventory Journal--Page # (Due Friday)
      • Using the information from the Colors Speech Evidence Sheet, write approximately one page that states your primary color and explains whether you agree or disagree with the results of this inventory. Then list three characteristics to support your view. Use a real-life example for each individual characteristic listed. Make sure to summarize what you have written and finish with a closing statement.
    •  Activity #8--1/30/2014--Colors Speech Attention Getters
      • Think about and list 3 possible attention getters for your Colors Speech. (Due Friday)
    • If possible, bring a digital device to class on Tuesday to create your outline. (Due Friday)
    UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
    • Friday--Colors Speech Assignment, Outline Writing, Sample Colors Speech
    • Monday--Delivery & Note Cards, Colors Speech Rubric Review, Peer Presentations
    • Tuesday--Colors Speech Presentations
    • Wednesday--Colors Speech Presentations
    • Thursday--Colors Speech Presentations

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