|Order of Speakers||Name|
|13||Julisa Aburto Sanchez|
|14||Lenin Vasquez Batres|
|14||Joaquin Saucedo Diaz De Leon|
|16||Alaa Al Disooqi|
|20||Marco Lopez Martinez|
Demonstration Speech Dates to Remember
Outlines Due – Tues, Oct. 9th
First Drafts Due – Wed. Oct. 10th
Visuals Preliminary Due – Thurs. Oct. 11th
Final Draft Due – Fri. Oct. 12th.
Presentations Begin – Thursday, Oct. 18th
Today we’re going to look at some examples of Nonverbal Communication and some things to look for/work on in your own speeches.
We will also look at the Rubric for the Tribute Speech
(see below – click on image to see larger version).
If we have time, we also need to draw numbers for speaking slots. We begin giving speeches on Monday.
Today we’re going to talk about Nonverbal Communication (communicating without words). Please taken Notes. There will be a quiz over this material after we finish the Tribute Speeches next week. We will also see some short video examples.
Wednesday – Revise speeches and Practice
Thursday – Final Drafts are Due
Friday – Practice and make last revisions
Monday – Begin Presentations
Today you should be working on the First Draft of your Tribute Speech.
First Drafts are due TOMORROW – Tuesday AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PERIOD. I’ll give you comments, and we’ll do some revisions on Wednesday and Thursday.
We will also be taking notes on Tuesday over Nonverbal Communication.
Final Drafts are due on THURSDAY.
We’ll do some practicing on FRIDAY, and we’ll begin PRESENTATIONS on
MONDAY, OCT. 1ST
Topics for Tribute Speech
Look at Template.
Today your Final Drafts are due. You have the period to work on finishing them up. Also use the time to make your Note Cards and to Practice. Record your Time on the draft. Speeches begin on Thursday. See the schedule below from yesterday’s post.