Tuesday, March 10, 2015

3-10-2015 PS--Parent Persuasive Speech Debriefing, Communication Unit Debriefing, Commencement Speech Introduction

  • Reminder: When you arrive to class, please open the blog on your digital device.
    • Welcome, Attendance & Daily Plan
    • Game of the Week Contest
    • Parent Persuasive Speech Debriefing
      • Speech Groups
        • Reflection
          • What answer did you receive?
            • Yes
            • No
            • Maybe
            • Yes-But
          • What reasons were given for the answer you received?
          • What is one thing you can take away from this speech to help you become a better speaker? Explain.
        • Parent Persuasive Speech Feedback
          • Fist to 5 Group Rating
            • Variety
            • Interesting/Engaging
            • Worthwhile
    • Communication Unit Debriefing
    • Commencement Speech Introduction
      • Ellen DeGeneres at Tulane's 2006 Commencement
      • Ellen at Tulane Commencement 2009
      • Activity #31--Commencement Speech Four Square-Ellen DeGeneres
        • Make a Four-Square Chart
          • Square 1--Important Messages
            • What important messages does Ellen share?
          • Square 2--Impactful Quotes
            • What impactful quotes does Ellen share? These quotes can include quotes Ellen attributes to others and/or quotes Ellen creates herself.
          • Square 3--Memorable Stories
            • What memorable stories does Ellen share? These can be about her and/or others.
          • Square 4--Personal Reaction to Speech
            • What is your personal reaction to Ellen speeches? What stands out to you? What does she do well? What could she do better?
        • Group Share
        • Class Discussion
    • Plan for Future Classes
    HOMEWORK (OFFICIAL at 3:10 P.M. Each Day)
    • Activity #32--Commencement Speech Quotes & Stories Journal
      • Respond to the following questions:
        • Find at least three quotes that could be effectively used in your speech. Be sure to give credit (state) whomever wrote or spoke the quote.
        • Find one or two stories from a well-known person that could be effectively used in your speech. NOTE: You CAN use a story from someone who is well-known if it truly fits within your speech.
          UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
          • Wednesday--EHS Commencement Speech, Commencement Speech Grading Rubric, Speech Writing
          • Thursday--Stephen Colbert Northwestern Commencement Speech, Commencement Speech Sign Ups, Speech Writing
          • Friday--Impromptu Speeches
          • Monday--Syver Johansen & Cici Holmquist EHS Commencement Speeches, Commencement Speaker Auditions Evaluation Rubric, Peer Presentations
          • Tuesday--Commencement Speech Presentations
          • Wednesday--Commencement Speech Presentations
          • Thursday--Commencement Speech Presentations

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