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  • WELCOME TO SPEECH!! *About You *About Me *About the Class *Facts!

  • Top of Card

    1. Name/ What you go by2. Year in School3. Favorites (Movie, Food, Music, Class, Person, Hobby, TV Show, etc)4. What youve heard about Speech Class5. What you think you WILL like about Speech Class6. What you think you WILL NOT like about Speech Class

  • Welcome Back!Syllabus/ExpectationsSharing Audience Skills

  • Sharing!How to play Speech class charades!Homework for next week! (Joke Rules)

  • Registers of CommunicationREMINDERJOKES!

  • GET YOUR PACKET!Top Ten FearsJOKES TOMORROW!

  • JOKES DUE!Start NotesJOKES!

  • Preparing to Speak

    Dont even try to pretend youre not excited!

  • Step One: Know your audience

    Ask yourself: 1. What do you want your audience to know?2. What does your audience already know?3. How can you gain your audiences attention?

  • Step Two: Use a graphic organizer

    WebsBrainstorm ListsBubble Sheets

  • Step Three: Choose a visual aid

    Make sure its large enough for everyone to see.Make sure it is meaningful for the speech.Make sure you can bring it to school!

  • Step Four: Write an outline

    Attention GrabberTips for attention grabbers: Be dramatic.

    Tell a joke.

  • Step Four: Write an outline

    Attention GrabberTips for attention grabbers:Tell a story. Pose a question.

  • Step Four: Write an outline

    Preview Statement:Should give all main points in the order of the speech. Main Points: Break down each main point into at least three sub-points.

    Transitions:These help you to move easily from one main point to the next.

  • Step Four: Write an outline

    Review Statement: Is a lot like the preview statement.Should restate all main points in order to tell us what youve told us. Conclusion: Should refer back to your attention grabber.Make your speech come full circle.

  • Step Five: Practice

    The best speakers become effective speakers through constant practice. The main things to keep in mind:

    Stand in front of a full-length mirror

    Tape record or (even better) videotape yourself

  • Step Five: Practice

    Gather together some friends, family, nuns and pets, sit them down, and deliver your whole spiel to them.

    Rehearse small sections of your speech throughout the day.

    Memorize sections

  • Step Five: Practice

    Incorporate gesturesIt is not fun to watch a Popsicle; it is imperative that you occasionally use a gesture or two during your speech. Here are some tips for effective gesturing:Less is more. Use gestures when using active words. Practice your gestures in front of the mirror as you

  • Step Five: Practice

    Project your voiceInclude visual aids

  • Finish NotesCharadesHOMEWORK!!!Show and Tell!

  • Are you scared?

    How to stay calm during your speech!

  • Stage Fright Is Good and Makes You Better Looking Too!

    Stage fright isn't the most accurate term for what you are feeling. Most of the fear occurs before you step on-stage. Once you're up there, it usually goes away. Nervousness doesn't show one-tenth as much as it feels.Nobody ever died from stage fright or speaking in public. It makes your reflexes sharper. It heightens your energy, adds a sparkle to your eye, and color to your cheeks. When you are nervous about speaking, you are more conscious of your posture and breathing.

    http://www.public-speaking.org/public-speaking-stagefright-article.htm

  • Stage Fright Is Good and Makes You Better Looking Too!

    Symptoms of Stage frightDry mouthTight throatSweaty hands Cold hands Shaky handsNauseaFast pulse Shaky knees Trembling lips

    http://www.public-speaking.org/public-speaking-stagefright-article.htm

  • Stage Fright --Strategies

    Be extremely well preparedOrganize your speaking notesAbsolutely memorize your opening statement so you can recite it on autopilot if you have toPractice, practice, practice. Especially practice bits so you can spit out a few minutes of your program no matter how nervous you areAnticipate hard and easy questionsBe in the room early.Yawn to relax your throat. Doodle. Breathe deeply, evenly, and slowly for several minutes. Don't drink caffeinated drinks. Go somewhere private and warm up your voice, muscles, etc.

    http://www.public-speaking.org/public-speaking-stagefright-article.htm

  • Stage Fright --Strategies contd.

    Look at your notes. Double check your materialsincluding notes and visual aids. Put pictures of your dog, girlfriend, parents, etc., in your notes. If your legs are trembling, lean on a table, sit down, or shift your legs. Listen to music/Read a poem/something that relaxes you Take quick drinks of tepid water. Do isometrics that tighten and release muscles. Pretend you are just chatting with a group of friendsClose your eyes and imagine the audience listening, laughing, and applaudingRemember happy moments from your past

    http://www.public-speaking.org/public-speaking-stagefright-article.htm

  • Stage Fright--Strategies Contd.

    Don't hold notes. The audience can see them shake.Use three-by-five cards instead. Use eye contact. It will make you feel less isolated. Look at the friendliest faces in the audience. Joke about your nervousness. What's the right wine to go with fingernails? Picture the audience in their underwear

    http://www.public-speaking.org/public-speaking-stagefright-article.htm

  • Tips for a great speech

    Speak Up! Make sure to speak a little louder than normal conversation when you are giving your speech. Slow Down! When you are giving your speech to your listeners, remember to slow your speech down a little bit and don't rush through the words. Make sure to enunciate and don't slur your words either. Be Confident! You can do this! Believe in yourself!

  • Dont Worry!

    Prepare well, and youll be fine!

  • TeamsTeam PostersHOMEWORK!!!Show and Tell!

  • SHOW AND TELL!!!Finish Team posters

  • SharingCharades!

  • Guidelines for the Personal Experience SpeechExample Personal Experience Speech

  • How to use the Bubble SheetStart YOUR Bubble SheetBubble Sheets DUE TOMORROW!

  • Personal Experience OutlinesVisual AidsSharing

  • Last minute questions?Charades!

  • PRESENTING: PERSONAL EXPERIENCE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

  • PRESENTING: PERSONAL EXPERIENCE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

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  • Group Reports

  • Pet Peeve Speech GuidelinesExample Pet Peeve Speech

  • Pet Peeve Bubble SheetsTongue Twisters!

  • BUBBLE SHEETS DUE!!Pet Peeve OutlinesUsing Emotion

  • SharingTaboo

  • PRESENTING:PET PEEVE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

  • PRESENTING: PET PEEVE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

  • PRESENTING: PET PEEVE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

    Group Reports

  • Demonstration Speech GuidelinesExample Demonstration SpeechBubble Sheets

  • BUBBLE SHEETS DUE!!Following DirectionsDemonstration Outlines

  • Game!

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    Group Reports

  • Finish Group ReportsGame!

    **End of First Quarter**

  • Toast GuidelinesExample Toast

  • Bubble SheetsSharing

  • BUBBLE SHEETS DUE!!Toast Outlines

  • Game!

  • PRESENTING:TOASTS!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

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    Group Reports

  • Finish Group ReportsGame!

  • Informative Speech GuidelinesExample Informative SpeechFinding Reliable SourcesTopic ListSTART BUBBLE SHEETS FOR HOMEWORK

  • Computer Research for Informative SpeechesBubble SheetsNotes PagesOutlinesPOWER POINTS

  • Computer Research for Informative SpeechesBubble SheetsNotes PagesOutlinesPOWER POINTS

  • FISHISH EVERYTHING!!!Computer Research for Informative SpeechesBubble SheetsNotes PagesOutlinesPOWER POINTSSAVE YOUR WORK!!!

  • PRESENTING:INFORMATIVE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

  • PRESENTING: INFORMATIVE SPEECHES!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

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    Group Reports

  • Finish Group ReportsGame!

  • IMPROMPTU SPEECHES!!!

  • IMPROMPTU SPEECHES!!!

  • Eulogy GuidelinesExample EulogyPartners

  • Eulogy Partner Interviews

  • Finish Partner InterviewsWrite Eulogy Outlines

  • Finish Eulogy SpeechesSharing

  • PRESENTING:Eulogies!!Sign up now!Get Your Folders!Get Rubrics for your Group Members

  • PRESENTING: Eulogies!!