5/14 Present valedictions5/16 Conclude valedictions5/6 Finish Goertzen's Game impromptu; sample valediction5/8 Present valedictions5/10 Present valedictions4/30 In-class: read and respond to 3 valedictions5/2 Valediction themes/topics due; Impromptu speech Goertzen's Game4/24 Conclude Sales speeches; video reflection sheet4/26 Introduction to Valediction speeches4/15 Continue Sales speeches4/17 Continue Sales speeches4/9 Impromptu: Bag speech4/11 Begin Sales speeches4/1 "5 P's of Salesmanship" Create a brief sales pitch for an odd item4/3 Sample "Subway" sales speech; past examples, Assign sales speech4/5 Sales speech topics due; Sell "Bill"; sample paint speech3/26 Symposium: Dating in the 21st century3/28 Impromptu Speech: Embarrassing Moment3/18 Symposium: School Safety3/20 Symposium: School Activities3/22 Symposium: Social Media Issues3/12 Symposium: Public Education3/14 Impromptu speech: Fortune Cookie3/6 Symposium preparation day3/8 Symposium preparation day2/25 Group discussion: Narg Island Day #22/27 What a group needs to be successful. Symposium introduced.3/1 Symposium groups formed. Topics selected.2/21 Group discussion: Narg Island Day #12/11 Assign AM announcement dates.2/13 Begin AM announcements .2/14 Group discussion: Hostage scenario2/5 Finish Oral; Interpretation presentations.2/7 Intoduction to symposiums.1/28 Bring marked readings to class. Partner practice sessions.1/30 Oral Interpretation presentations begin.2/1 Oral Interpretation presentations continue.1/22 Example: "Dark of the Theatre" Oral Interpretation assignment made.1/24 Reading selection chosen.1/17 MIDTERM must be turned in by 11:00 AM today! 3 recordings on Schoology and paper copy (marked as indicated) to Mr. Kelly1/7 Collect "Mark the copy" h/w. Read "The Reading of Poetry." Practice technique sample: "To An Athlete Dying Young"1/9 Midterm assignment made through Schoology. Due by Thurs., 1/17 at 11:00 AM! Practice techniques in groups.1/11 Experiment: reading poetry later read by the original poets1/3 Collect video comments. Oral Interpretation: 2 exercises. Read pp. 439-443. Due "Mark your Copy" for Mon. 1/7.HOLIDAY BREAK!12/17 Continue Demonstration speeches12/19 Conclude Demonstration speeches12/21 Boticelli game.12/11 Continue Demonstration speeches12/13 Continue Demonstration speeches12/3 Demonstration speech topics due; In-class, outline Heimlich speech12/5 Determine order of the speeches; Impromptu Speech--Pet Peeve12/7 Begin demonstration speeches11/27 3 Demo speakers essay due. Mr. Kelly's Origami speech. Suggested topics11/29 Finish speech criteria. Canoeing speech sample.11/12 Continue Persuasion speeches11/14 Finish Persuasion Speeches11/16 Video "review" due. Watch 3 Demo speakers (video). Comparative essay due on Tues., 11/2711/5 Persuasion Speeches due11/8 Continue Persuasion speeches10/30 Topics due. Persuasion Game.11/1 Rough outlines due. Peer edit.10/22 Finish Impromptu speeches; Monroe's Motivated Sequence10/24 "The Problem with Pennies" speech and outline; assign persuasion speech10/26 In-class outline writing practice: "A Friend in Need"
10/16 Mock Trial #110/18 Impromptu Speech10/8 Mock trial preparation day10/10 Mock Trial #510/12 Mock Trial #310/2 Conclude First Speech10/4 Begin/introduce Mock Trials9/24 First Speech due. Begin speeches9/26 Continue first speech9/28 Conclude first speech9/18 Trumpet Mutes sample speech. Create an outline.
9/20 First speech outlines due. Peer edits. Sample rubric. Final advice.
9/10 Quiz: "Know your Listeners" reading. "Nothing to Sneeze At" puzzle.
9/12 Sample speech, outline, and note card. Introduction to first speech.9/14 First speech topic due. How to create an outline. Generating exciting introductions.9/4 Introductions. What do we have in common?9/6 Eye-Contact activity. Read "Know your Audience" in Schoology by Monday.8/27 Introduction and Syllabus8/29 Class mtg.