Wednesday, November 15, 2017

11-15 & 16-2017 PS--Parent Persuasive Speech Analysis & Debriefing, Communication Model Presentations, Speakers, Listeners, Observers Activity, Types of Messages Part 1

 PLAN
  • Welcome & Attendance
    • Communication Video
    • Submit Parent Persuasive Speech
      • Present to parent/guardian
      • Parent/guardian fills out Evaluation and signs it
      • Complete the reflection
      • Submit worksheet AND typed outline in class on Wednesday/Thursday
    • Parent Persuasive Speech Analysis & Debriefing
      • Speech Groups
        • Reflection
          • What did you ask for?
          • 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 Theory
      • Drawing Activity
        • Activity--Drawing Activity
      • Communication Model--Group Task
        • Create A, B, C, D Groups
        • Practice (5 Minutes)
        • PRESENTATIONS
      • Activity--Speakers, Listeners, Observers Activity
        • In your speech group, assign A, B, C, D.
          • If you have less than four people, skip D.
        • ROUND #1
        • Preparation
          • A--SPEAKER
            • You will be giving a brief speech in your speech group. Create an outline of 2-3 things that are interesting to you. Be sure to include details that you can share during your speech.
              • You must speak for 3 full minutes.
          • C & D--OBSERVERS
            • Create THREE Columns:
          • Create THREE Columns:
            • Speech Notes--Note the CONTENT of the speech
            • Speaker Notes--Note how the speaker presents speech and acts.
            • Listener Notes--Note how the listener acted throughout the speech.
          • B--LISTENER
            • While speakers and observers prep, visit with me in the hall
          • Presentation
          • Debrief
            • Observers share observations.
        • ROUND #2
          • Preparation
            • A--SPEAKER BECOMES OBSERVER
            • C & D--OBSERVER BECOMES LISTENER
            • B--LISTENER BECOMES SPEAKER.
          • Presentation
          • Debrief
            • Speakers share experience.
            • Observers share observations.
            • So what's the point?
    • Activity--Types of Messages Worksheet
      • Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages--Part 1
        • Review of Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages
      • Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages--Part 2--Examples of Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages
      • Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages--Part 3--Examples of Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages
      • Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages--Part 4--Examples of Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages
          • Sitcom Episode--Everybody Loves Raymond
            • Ping Pong Episode--Raymond challenges his father, Frank, in a rematch of Ping Pong to avenge his Dad throwing the game when he was a child.
            • Characters
              • Raymond--Main character who, as a child, used to cry when his father would beat him in ping pong. 
              • Debra--Raymond's wife who tries to help prepare Raymond for his rematch by talking trash to him.
              • Robert--Raymond's brother who is very tall and has a deep voice. He has always been jealous of Raymond being the favored one in the family and loves any chance to see Ray in trouble with Debra, Frank, or Marie.
              • Marie--Raymond and Robert's Mother
              • Frank--Raymond and Robert's Father
        • Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages--Part 5--Examples of Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Messages
            • Summary of TV Show
              • HOMEWORK
        • Plan for Tomorrow
        • YAWP!
        HOMEWORK (Official at 3:15 P.M.)
        • None
                    UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
                    • Friday (7)--Types of Messages Wrap Up, 5 Kinds of Communication Assignment
                    • Monday (7)--5 Kinds of Communication Presentations, Communication Review
                    • Tuesday (7)--Communication Test
                    • Wednesday--THANKSGIVING BREAK
                    • Thursday--THANKSGIVING BREAK
                    • Friday--THANKSGIVING BREAK
                    • Monday (7)--Commencement Speech
                    LINKS
                    • 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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