Thursday, January 26, 2017

1-26-2017 PS--Special Object Presentation Debriefing, Syllabus, Introduction to Colors Speech

  • Welcome & Attendance
  • Collect Supplies (Markers Request)
  • Check Special Object Speech Strengths & Personal Reflection
  • Notebook
    • Notebook & Folder Reminder
      • REMINDER: You should label the top of each entry with the proper heading:
        • Activity #--TITLE
    • Public Speaking Syllabus
      • Activity #3--Public Speaking Syllabus
    • Special Object Speech Debriefing & Analysis
      •  Activity #4--Special Object Speech Analysis
        1. After reviewing your notes of individual speeches, share three important things that you think make a good speech AND explain why each item helps to make a speech effective.
        2. Share one thing that you noticed from the speeches that you think could be improved to make a significant difference in the effectiveness of a speech.
        3. Finally, share the best thing about your speech and choose one thing you think you could do better in future speeches.
      • Speech Group Sharing
        • Designate a facilitator
          • The facilitator is in charge of mediating the discussion. He/she should help the group stay focused and also assign duties when needed. (This role is EXTREMELY important for worthwhile discussions.)
        • Special Object Speech Debriefing & Analysis
          • Group Discussion/Class Discussion of Special Object Speech Analysis
          • Group Discussion of Special Object Speech Personal Reflection
            • How did you feel the day before your presentation?
            • How did you feel just before your presentation?
            • How did you feel after your presentation?
      • Debrief
        • Enjoy and appreciate your object.
        • It represents you and YOU are important in a speech--YAWP!
        • Mr. Buckley's Thoughts
          • Be personal.
          • Show your YAWP.
            • YAWP practice in your speech group.
            • Clap It Up--Class YAWP!
    • Colors Speech
      • Activity #5--Colors Speech Packet
        • Directions for Part 1 of Colors Speech Research
    • Plan for Tomorrow
    • Name Game Explanation
    • YAWP!
    HOMEWORK (Official at 3:10 P.M.)
    • Complete Colors Inventories #1 & #2. (Due Friday)
    • Fill in the totals from Inventories #1 & #2 at the top of the Colors Information Sheet. (Due Friday)
    • Read about ALL COLORS (Green, Gold, Blue, & Orange) on the Colors Information Sheet. Underline or Highlight all characteristics that are true of you. (Due Friday)
    • Read about ALL COLORS (About Oranges, About Golds, About Blues, & About Greens) on the next two pages. Underline or Highlight all characteristics that are true of you. (Due Friday)
      • Bring hand sanitizer or hand lotion and one of the following items to leave in the classroom for community  consumption: glue sticks, pens, pencils, highlighters, dry erase markers, note cards, hand sanitizer, or hand lotion. (Due Friday)
                  UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
                  • Friday--Attention Getters, Colors Speech Evidence Sheet,, Colors Speech Assignment
                  • Monday--Colors Speech Sign Ups, Outline Writing, Sample Colors Speech, Delivery & Note Cards, Colors Speech Rubric Review
                  • Tuesday--Colors Speech Peer Presentations
                  • Wednesday--Colors Speech Presentations
                  • Thursday--Colors Speech Presentations
                  • Friday--Colors Speech Presentations
                  • Public Speaking Notebook Table of Contents--This is the current table of contents for Public Speaking. You may reference this document to make sure you've included all activities in your notebook TOC.
                  • The Writer's Block--The Writer's Block is a writing center staffed by English teachers and trained student writing coaches who work with students in one-on-one conferences to help them grow as writers.  Face-to-face conferences during lunch and online conferences are open in the evening.
                  • Email Mr. Buckley--Do you have a question or a comment? Feel free to email Mr. Buckley anytime.

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