Today I’d like you to read this chapter from the textbook on Organizing Your Speech. This will help you put together your Informative Speech. Please take notes. There is a document in Google Classroom for this.
Tomorrow we will cover the specifics of the Outline.
Also, be sure you have told me your topic.
You should work on practicing and putting finishing touches on your Demonstration Speeches today. We will begin presentations TOMORROW. The speaking order is below.
Make sure your Visuals are in the folder in Google Classroom. Remember to PRINT OUT YOUR SPEECHES BEFORE COMING TO CLASS.
You will NOT be able to print anything tomorrow during class. If you need to print before class, you will need to use the Media Center and have the printed copy of the speech (or note cards) with you when you come to class.
Use class time today to make any changes or additions, and PRACTICE for time today. Speeches need to be 4-5 minutes long. You can go out into the hall to practice with a partner as long as you stay on task and do it quietly.
We need to get started right away tomorrow, so you should come ready to speak and listen. We will begin immediately after the bell rings.
Email me if you have any questions about your speeches.
Final Drafts are Due Today! IF YOUR FINAL DRAFT IS NOT TURNED IN TODAY, YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO ARC TODAY AFTER SCHOOL.
Please be sure to Color Code Each Part of your Final Draft using the following colors: This will help you make sure you have all of the parts you need. ALSO BE SURE TO SEPARATE EACH ONE OF THESE WITH PARAGRAPH INDENTS!
Body Paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 (SEPARATE EACH SECTION)
Restatement of Thesis
Tomorrow (Tuesday) you will have time to make any last-minute changes and to PRACTICE!!
Today we’ll be beginning to work on the Demonstration Speech. You should have a topic chosen for today. We will begin working on the Outline today. Outlines are Due Tomorrow at the end of the period.
Outlines Due: Tuesday, Feb. 26th
First Drafts Due: Thursday, Feb. 28th
Visual Due: Friday, March 1st
Final Drafts Due: Monday, March 4th
Presentations Begin: Wednesday, March 6th – March 8th
Final Drafts are due today.
Be sure to check your Google Classroom folder to find the Slide Presentation titled, “Tribute Visual.” Use this to place a photo of the person you are paying tribute to. Include their name below the photo. You can have more than one photo, but you need at least one for your presentation.
Below is the order of presentations. We will begin speeches on Monday.
Outlines are Due Today at the end of the period. You have the whole time to work. Let me know if you have questions or need help.
You don’t need to click the Turn In button in Classroom.
If you are finished with the outline, start drafting. Use the same document, but put the draft above the outline on the page.
Today we’re going to look at the requirements for the next speech: The Tribute.
Here is a link to the assignment description.
Today, we’ll begin working on the Outline. The document is in Google Classroom. You’ll use this for your outline and your draft.
Dates for this speech:
Outline Due: Tuesday, Feb. 12th
First Draft Due: Thursday, Feb. 14th
Final Draft Due: Friday, Feb. 15th
Speeches Begin: Tuesday, Feb. 19th
Just a reminder that Final Drafts are DUE TODAY at the end of the period. Please remember to hit the Turn In button in Google Classroom.
We’ll have time to revise tomorrow (on Wednesday), and the Final Drafts will be due on that day. We will begin giving speeches tomorrow (Wednesday).
*Remember to be ready to give your speech, even if you are near the bottom of the list. If someone is absent, we just continue down the list to the next person.
First Drafts: 2/4 – Monday
Final Drafts: 2/5 – Tuesday
Presentations: 2/6 – Wednesday
Here is the list of presenters in order:
Good morning! Hope you enjoyed your cold day off.
Grades are updated on Synergy. I’m going to conference with you individually over the next couple of days to look at what you did well in your Partner Introduction and what you need to work on for future speeches.
Today you should have your Storytelling Diagram finished. You should begin writing out your speech using the Storytelling Draft in Google Classroom.
The First Draft of your Storytelling Speech will be due on Monday, Feb. 4th.
We will begin giving speeches today! Below is the list of speakers in order. Remember that you should always be prepared to speak on the first day of speeches, even if you are farther down the list, because if someone is absent, we will continue down the list to the next speaker.
Audience Members: Remember that you are also being evaluated on your behavior as an audience member. This may affect your grade.
We should be looking at the speaker (not on our phones or on the computer or doing homework) and giving good reactions (head nods, etc.). Please also be sure to stay quiet during speeches, so we don’t distract the speakers.
We will get through as many speeches as we can today, and we will finish up on Tuesday (Monday is Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, so there’s no school).
√ Asad and √ Hieu
√ Shkur and Jordan
√ Angelica and√ Adonai
√ Maddie and √ Lilliana
√ Nyabuoy and Briley
√ David and √ Mustafa
Shelby and Camille
Lual and Mimi
DJ and Ne-Quan
Dominique and Araya
Shaima and Journee and Amyia
Bwee and √ Marco
√ Kyla and√ Alena
Mark and Nay
√ Joselin and√ Nu
√ Sha and√ Arya
√ Jaxson and Amir
√ Hattie and Ghada
Grace and√ Doh and Asher
Miriam and Kenneth
Walter and Mona