Friday, September 8, 2017

9-8-2017 PS--7 with Advisory--Special Object Speeches

  • Welcome & Attendance
  • Packer Contest
  • Collect Supplies
  • Notebook
    • Notebook & Folder Check
    • Notebook Table of Contents Set Up
      • Create 4 Columns:
        • Activity #
        • Date
        • Title/Topic
        • Page #
          • This can be a page # or folder.
      • You may choose to put more than one activity on a page.
      • You may also use the back of pages if you wish.
        • REMINDER: You must label the top of each entry with the proper heading:
          • Activity #--TITLE
    • Special Object Speech
      • Speech Group Sharing
        • Select a facilitator.
        • Share your special object and what you plan to say about it with your group.
      • Special Object Speech Journal
        • Activity #1--Special Object Speech Strengths
          • Write each person's name down when presenting. After their speech, list one thing they did well in their speech.
      • Special Object Speech Presentations
        • Turn in Student Information Sheet when giving speech.
      • Debrief
        • Enjoy and appreciate your object.
        • It represents you and YOU are important in a speech--YAWP!
        • Name Game
        • YAWP!
        HOMEWORK (Official at 3:15 P.M.)
        • If you have presented your speech, complete the following journal (Due Thursday):
          • Activity #2--Special Object Speech Personal Reflection
            • Be sure to NUMBER each answer.
            1. How did you feel before the day before your presentation?
            2. How did you feel just before your presentation?
            3. How did you feel after your presentation?
        • If you have not presented--Create and be prepared to present your Special Object Speech
          • Organization
            • Introduce the object.
            • Explain the object in detail. Share the situation of that particular object.
            • Explain the significance/meaning/connection that you have to this object. What makes it special and/or important?
            • Conclude with a brief summary of your speech and a sentence that gives a sense of finality to your speech.
          • Grading
            • 5 Points--You must create a visual aid of your object and submit the link in the Google Form.
              • Post the link to your visual aid on my Google Form. (NOTE: You must be logged into the Edina Apps portal to access this. If you are having trouble, don't worry. Talk to Mr. Buckley in class on speech day.)
              • Either click on the link above OR copy and paste this link:
              • Be sure to allow the public to view your visual aid.
              • You may also want to share it with me at
              • 5 Points--Your speech must last 30 seconds or longer.
                • Speak for at least 30 seconds.
              • 5 Points--You must bring in an outline on a note card.
                • You can take note cards from the front of the room.
                    UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
                    • Monday (7)--Special Object Speeches
                    • Tuesday(7)--Special Object Speech Wrap Up, Syllabus, Begin Colors Speech Activities, Work on Inventories #1 & #2
                    • Wednesday (7)--Public Speaking Top 4, Attention Getters, Colors Speech Evidence Sheet
                    • Thursday (7 w/Advisory)--Colors Speech Assignment, Sample Colors Speech, Colors Speech Outline Work
                    • Friday (7)--Share and Revise Outlines, Colors Speech Rubric Review
                    • Monday (7)--Colors Speech Sign Ups, Delivery, Note Cards, Rubric Review, Peer Presentations & Practice
                    • Tuesday (7)--Colors Speech Peer Presentations
                    • Wednesday/Thursday (Block)--Colors Speech Presentations
                    • Friday (7)--Colors Speech Analysis, Reflection, and Survey
                    • 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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