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u4l2

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erika steinger

on 4 March 2015

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u4l2
Oral Performance
Tone
Pitch
Volume
Pace
Pause
Articulation
Oral Performance:
Vocal Delivery
Volume
Pause
Pace
Conclusion
Do Now
Get your Springboard book, then copy down the EQ and word of the day
Respond to the following prompt in your notebook.
Describe someone you know whose personality has changed over time. Consider how he/she has changed and what may have caused the change.
wednesday, march 4th
Scenario Cards
Use the techniques we've discussed to deliver your lines and reflect your scenario

Make an inference as to what sort of situation the speaker might be in
Pitch
Raising or inflecting your voice in different ways to convey function
Raising your voice at the end of a sentence to signal a question
Screeching to show excitement (YOU CAN'T SIT WITH US!)
Complex Character
Complex character
Articulation
How clearly you speak or pronounce words/syllables
Characters with multiple or conflicting motivations
A wide range of personality traits and emotions
Someone who undergoes a major change


examples
Katniss is a complex character because despite hating the government, she still needs to kill the other tributes in order to survive
Harry Potter is a complex character because he's forced to fight Voldemort and goes from scared to brave
Tone
Shows the speaker's emotion or attitude
Anger, happiness, etc.
Examples
This was the best vacation!!
My apartment needs some work, but I'm sure the landlord will come soon
Raising or lowering your voice to show emotion
The speed at which you speak
Can be used to show intensity
A break in your speaking in order to show thoughtfulness or hesitation
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