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Part 1 Speech Complete Semester

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Non Verbal

Dear Mr. Proctor,
I am writing this letter because I believe that wolves… (Complete this sentence with your own personal belief about the wolf reintroduction program.)
The first reason I believe this is…because… (This is your opportunity to give facts to back up this reason.)
The second reason I believe this is…because…
The final reason I believe this is…because…
It is true that some people disagree with me. They say that… (Give one or two reasons why people feel different from your viewpoint). However, this is not correct. It has been discovered that… (Write a sentence or two that present facts proving these arguments wrong.)
As you can see, wolves… (Use this space to restate the opinion that you expressed in the first paragraph). I hope that you will consider this letter when you look at any future action regarding the Mexican wolves in Arizona. Thank you very much.
Sincerely,
(Sign your name here)
Print your name here
In Lab:
Day 1:
Copy and paste lyrics
-show teacher, and sign up
2. Write the story
-Once upon a time….(fill in the blanks)
3. Write “life lesson” how can you or someone else use this lesson in their life?
4. Find an attention getter dealing with the subject of the song
Quote, statistic, significant statement, story etc.
5. Find Artist facts
-Get the websites
6. PRINT and GO back to class to write speech
NEXT SPEECH : Song Speech
NEWS Article Commentary Speech
NON VERBAL
Communication
Define Communication with a partner

Write on white board

Discuss
Define Communication
List 1-3
Questions
Comments about yourself
Anything you want me to know

Turn In
Dear Mrs. Levi
Handout and Read aloud

Discuss

Questions??????
Syllabus
Words that can mislead viewers
Words that sound good that mean nothing!!!!!
Look for words in commercials like:
"Part of..."
"The taste of real....."
"Natural...."
"Because we care..."
"best", "rare", "recommended", "healthy", "exclusive"
claims like “Studies show that..."

"Leaves dishes virtually spotless”
"Magnavox gives you more….." More what?

By law, advertisers have to tell the truth, but sometimes,
There are hundreds of these deceptive phrases
Weasel Words “Claims”
Journal: Describe your favorite commercial
Why do you like this commercial above all others? EXPLAIN!
Share
Show Ad example
What was used to Motivate you to watch/buy and what Appealed to you?
Advertising
Groups of 4
Share letters with group
Write 1 group speech following outline format
Each person is required to speak equally
Person #1-Introduction & Conclusion
Person #2-Main Point
Person #3-Main Point
Person #4-Main Point
GROUPS

Is it clear what the writer wants from the reader?
Does the writer offer enough persuasive evidence to get the reader to comply with his/her wishes?
Is there a minimum of 1 example of Ethos, Pathos, Logos.
PASS and READ LETTERS
Each person will write a letter to Nampa High’s admin discussing your side of an issue.
Ethos, Pathos, Logos must be used throughout the letter.
Each Appeal will need to be used
Steps:
1 in class day of letter writing (you will have homework)
You will get in groups of 2-3 and write 1 collective speech.
This letter will be presented in front of the class.
Group members will have to present for equal amounts of time.
If you do not write your letter you will not work in a group. You WILL have intervention.
Grades:
Individual letter
Group Speech
Topics:
Dress Codes
No junk food in the vending machines
Open Campus
Ethos, Pathos, Logos Assignment
Label Paper:
Ethos
Pathos
Logos

Watch PSA:
Sarah McLachlan
Robin Williams

LOOK for Ethos, Pathos, Logos used in each video and write down examples of each
Journal #
Watch PSA’s
Appeals to a person’s feelings, emotions, and beliefs.
We might see:
Emotionally loaded language
Emotional examples
Vivid descriptions
Narratives of emotional events
Emotional tone
Example: PSA and stories that play on your emotions
Pathos: Emotions

Appeals to a person’s sense of logic: Makes you think about the subject.


We might see/hear:
Definitions
Facts and statistics
Quotations
Citations from experts
Studies/Experiments
Example:
Smoking is harmful based on the evidence that "Cigarette smoke contains over 4,800 chemicals, 69 of which are known to cause cancer." (1)
Logos: Logic
What is Ethos?

Pathos?

Logos?

Why do we need all 3 E-P-L for persuasion?
DISCUSS/REVIEW: E/P/L
VIDEO
Rhetoric (n) - speaking or writing effectively (Webster's Definition).
Goal of persuasive writing or speaking:
persuade your audience that your ideas are valid/correct!

Using Ethos, Pathos and Logos will strengthen your argument. (more persuasive)
First, everyone has a note card & pencil

To start,
3 people will draw and get 10min to prepare

Then,
Every 5 min someone will draw a fortune and go into the hallway to prepare

You will be called in to present
Video record and watch
How this will work…….
AKA: Extemporaneous Speaking
Limited preparation
STEPS:
Decide topic quickly
Don’t try to memorize
Start strong and confident (opening statement/sentence)
Decide your 2-3 points (write down if possible)
Conclude “Gracefully” (not abruptly)
IMPROMPTU SPEAKING
Citing Sources correctly in Intro:
Topic: Animal Experimentation
URL:
Audience
Write a complete Introduction with the information above
I.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Part 2:
Puzzle outline
QUIZ-Part 1
Play songs if time allows at the end
Present Song Speeches
Images (pictures, graphs, charts, etc.)
Large size font
Represents the point

7X7 Rule (only IF you must use text)

No flashy animation/transitions
PowerPoint
Song Speech Requirements
THIS SPEECH DOES NOT HAVE TO BE ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE SONG!
Speech must reveal
Song/artist facts
Story 5 (Sentences or longer) Paraphrased
Universal message (moral of the song)
Required to cite a minimum of 2 times in your speech
Fact
Quote
Statistic
Refer to the lyrics a minimum of 1 time during the speech
2 Transitional sentences
Movement (T-step)
Written Outline
Memorized
3-4 minutes
What are 2 songs that you know of that tell a story?
Write out the story that each song tells
Story #1
Story#2
Share with a classmate, 1 of your songs/stories.
If you are struggling to paraphrase your story….CHANGE IT NOW!
LISTEN TO “ COPACABANA” and write story
Journal # 1: Songs with Stories
Song Speech
Study
with Board Races
or Independent Study
Take Quiz

Remember: Practice Listening Skills with parents, teachers, friends!!!!!

Next Speech…….?
HOMEWORK: Think of a song that tells a story
Listening Quiz
Use Constructive Criticism “Hamburger Rule” to critique speeches.
Bad

Okay

Good
Watch Speech Videos

Directions: Watch the sample speech and then provide constructive criticism, following the “hamburger rule”
1. ______________________ (subject of the speech)
Bun:____________________________________________
Meat:__________________________________________
Bun:___________________________________________
Constructive Criticism and Paraphrasing
Hearing-sense by which sound is perceived

2. Attending- a posture that shows involvement (non-verbal). Sit up straight, head nods, eye contact.

3. Understanding: Making sense of a message
*******Paraphrasing- shorten, turn into your own words.

4. Responding: giving observable feedback to the
speaker. (One difference between effective and ineffective listeners is the feedback they give.)

Effective feedback- keeping eye contact,
reaction with appropriate facial
expressions. Answering questions and
exchanging ideas.
Ineffective feedback- yawning, slumped
posture, bored expression.

5. Remembering- the ability to recall information
Paraphrasing- shortening, putting into your own words.
5 Step Process to Listening
An automatic, involuntary process
A natural response of the ear
1 or our senses
Hearing is……..
Making an effort to hear something
listen to the radio; listening for the bell.
To pay attention;
A skill that we have to practice
Listening is……
What is the difference between listening and hearing?

Listen to Story # 1 and then answer the questions. (10 questions)

Listen to story # 2 then answer the questions.(10 questions)
Journal # 1: Listening Vs. Hearing
How were your nerves for this speech?

What Non Verbal behaviors did you notice about yourself?

Did you improve from the last speech? How or why not?
JOURNAL: SELF EVAUATION
PRACTICE and PRESENT
Write speech and keep it in the outline format
Read speech for errors and clarity
Edit mistakes
Read again… repeat if necessary

Have Mrs. Levi view your speech
Memorize!
Writing and Practice
Present example speech
EXAMPLE SPEECH:
“According to…………….”
Use:
Author Name
Date
Website Name


Example: “According to an article in the NYtimes.com written January 16, 2012……”
DON’T FORGET!Cite your source……
Today---
Find article (print)
Begin Writing Speech
NEXT CLASS
Finish writing Speech
Practice
Visual Aid?
THE CLASS AFTER THAT…
PRESENT SPEECH
TIMELINE
3 pieces of paper

Label each section of speech
I. INTRO
II. BODY
III. CONCLUSION

Fill in each part with your sentences
Begin Writing Your Speech

Printed article: not local or NHS news
Written script
2 main pts (Article summary, comment on issue)
1-2 minutes
1 cited source
Memorized
Optional: Visual Aide (poster or 1 PowerPoint slide)
News Article Speech
Requirements
Directions: write a complete introduction using the quote below, citing correctly.

“Choices determine character.” ― Brandon Mull

CHOICES

INTRODUCTION
A. (Attention Getter)
B. (Motivational Link)
C. (Purpose)
D. (Preview)
A. Top choices we face
B. Effects of bad choices
C. How to make the right choice
Journal #1: Cont……
Read it
Underline important words
Say it with meaning!
Practice Saying it with MEANING!
Turn handout over
Read story as a group
Write the shorter version of the story as an Attention Getter

WRITE A Motivational Link….
STORY
http://devstu.org/ (not conversational)

Go to the webpage and look for the webpage title

Example: According to the developmental studies center, “during three school years (2003–04 through 2005–06), Integrity’s students made extraordinary progress on the California Standards Tests.
Tricky Sites
Refer to handout and write it out

Check Answer:
One out of every 4 high school students are dropping out across the country, according to statistics by boostup.org.

WRITE A Motivational Link….
Statistic
(______)
I.__________________
A.___________________
B.___________________
C.___________________
D.___________________

II.__________________________
A.______________________
1.__________________
2.__________________
(________)
B.___________________________
1.________________
2.________________
(________)

III.____________________________
A.__________________
B.__________________
C.__________________
JOURNAL :
Directions: In your journal fill in the blanks. This is your outline format for writing speeches.
If the website is;
http://www.statehealthfacts.org/profileglance.jsp?rgn=14
Example:
According statehealthfacts.org,“there are over 13 thousand people on unemployment in the state of Idaho.”

WRITE A Motivational Link….
Website


ALWAYS CONVERSATIONAL

1: Quotation (2 ways)

1. According to (the author), “quote”
Example: According to Eleanor Roosevelt, “you must do the things you think you cannot do.”

2. (Author) once said, “quote”
Example: (Eleanor Roosevelt) once said, ““you must do the things you think you cannot do.”
NEVER CITE WIKIPEDIA

WRITE A Motivational Link….
How to cite sources for public speaking
Save Money
Increase Health
Improve Relationships
Make Money
Improve Lifestyle
Commonality
Same Experience
Safety
Save Time
Entertainment
Ways to motivate your audience
If and ONLY if you are struggling……..

Brainstorming for motivational link:
Write but don’t say
You care about _____________, because ________________.

NEVER EVER say “you care about my speech because” during a speech!!!!!!
Motivational Link HELP
Shocking/Startling Statement- *researched *cited
Statistics*researched *cited
Story/Narrative- cited or personal or created
Quotation
According to (Author’s name),
(Author) once said, “quote here”
Vivid Description: describe 5 senses (doesn’t have to be all 5)
Reproduce Dialog or Use a Conversation
****Rhetorical Question (thought-provoking)****
Multiple answers, or requires thought
Refer to an Event (Historical or Current)
Hypothetical Scenario
What if….. Imagine….
Definition- cite dictionary
Other thoughts
Action- sing, dance, act, play an instrument
Create Your Own Attention Getter
HUMOR
USE A COMBINATION
Attention Getters
Human Outline
Review attention getters
Citing attention getters
Activity: Writing and Practice Attention Getters
Day 2: Speech Writing
Quotation
Story
Rhetorical Question
Shocking startling statement-significant
Hypothetical scenario
Hypothetical and Question
Vivid description
Statistic
Rhetorical question-hypothetical scenario
Story or reproduced dialogue
Answers
6. Imagine, for a moment, that you live in a country where the government won’t allow you to show your face in public. You have no say in the way you live your life. How would you react?

7. It is 7 a.m. the birds are chirping and a peaceful breeze blows through your hair. Your body is warming with every second of the beautiful sunrise. You look out over the lake and see what looks like glass. Not another person insight and you realize that you will be the first person that day wakeboarding on perfect water.

8. According to smoking statistics.org, “half of all teenagers who are currently smoking will die from diseases caused by tobacco if they continue to smoke.  One quarter will die after 70 years of age and one quarter before, with those dying before 70 losing on average 21 years of life.”

9. Bill said, “Katie I would be honored if you would go to the prom with me.” Katie replied “I would never in a million years go on any date with you.”
Continued……..
1. “In order to succeed, your desire for success should be
greater than your fear of failure.” –Bill Cosby

2. Tom was a 16-year-old hired as a summer helper at a warehouse. He was driving a forklift down a loading dock ramp, with the forks lifted 10 feet high, the vehicle became unstable. The forklift toppled over, Tom got trapped underneath, and he was crushed to death. –US Department of Labor “Teen Workers”

3. “Which word best describes the typical working American today: overworked, under-worked, energetic, or lazy?”

4. “In less than two minutes, you can pass out or even die from poisonous smoke and gases.”

5. If your house was up in flames and your family was inside would you risk your life to save them?
GUESS THAT ATTENTION GETTER
After the quiz, remain QUIET

When all are complete, hand back out randomly and grade them.
COMMUNICATION QUIZ
Watch videos of speeches and evaluate
Turn in Self Evaluation /Rubric
Turn in Journals!!
Watch and Evaluate
What happened with your nerves for this speech?
If you were to get a letter grade for this speech; what letter grade do you think you would receive? WHY?
What will you do differently for your next speech? Discuss 3 things.
Journal : Self Evaluation
“ All you need is Love” is a verse from a Beatles song, but I have to disagree. I think it should say, “all you needs is money”! If I had enough money I would do many things.
If I had enough money I would travel to India, each year and visit the orphans. I would buy supplies, clothes, and toys for the children. I would see my sponsored boys Mano and Velan and spend time with them. I would go on mission trips to serve orphans and the poor people all over the world.
If I had enough money I would pay off our adoption and I would adopt another baby. I would set up savings accounts for college for all of my kids. I would also set up a foundation that would help families who don’t have enough money to adopt children.
The last thing I would do if I had enough money is pay off my brother’s college loans and my families bills so they could be debt free and relieve their stress.

Love is very important and without it I wouldn’t have the desire to do anything I’ve talked about.
However, when it comes down to it, love can’t pay the bills, love alone can’t supply the needs of orphans, and love alone can’t help people adopt. I have the love I need. Now, all I need is money. “If only I had enough money”.
Example: If I had enough money…
Introductions are ONLY 30-45 sec
ALWAYS MEMORIZE Intro & Conclusion
LOOK at your audience often
NEVER SAY “I’m not ready”, “I haven’t practiced”
Other??
More things I EXPECT you to know…….
Arrange students in groups of 5-6
Give each group:
1 Whiteboard 1 Dry Erase Marker
Rules:
1 person write the answer to the question-other group members can tell them the answers
Student MUST put the marker on the table and STAND UP with board in their hands 1st
Must give the correct answer
Must change writers for each question!
Board Races –Study for TEST
1. How does clothing help or hinder your communication with the audience?
2. What image do I want to portray to your audience? Explain
3. Do you have appropriate attire in your closet?
If yes, what are you going to wear for your next speech?
If no, what clothing items do you need to get?
Journal Write: Appropriate Attire
Baggy = Sloppy
Tone of Voice
Listen to a reporter/ commercial announcer
What do they sound like?
TIPS:
STRESS certain words
PAUSE for effect
Activity:
Listen to News or Radio and copy WHAT and HOW they say things.
Read something and practice saying it with more effect.
4. Vocal Delivery
1. Body Language and Movement- posture that sends a message and moves on purpose.
EX: posture, military stance
2. Facial expressions: uses facial features and movements to express messages, thoughts and ideas.
3. Gestures- hand signals, use to enhance or emphasize words or use when it is difficult to hear.
4. Vocal Expression- the sound or expression in someone’s voice.
5. Style-selection of clothing, hairstyle, jewelry, and the objects you carry.
5 types of Nonverbal Communication
Write down 5 examples for each question.

What should a speaker NEVER do?

What should a speaker SOMETIMES do?

What should a speaker ALWAYS do?
Journal Write: Stoplight
In your Journal :
Brainstorm ideas for an Analogy
Example: “Hunting”
Sender=Hunter
Receiver=Deer
Message=Bullet
Feedback=
Channel=
Noise=
Context=

Write it out and Draw a Picture and Label it
Pair and Share
OR
(OPTIONAL) With a group perform a Skit demonstrating it and present it to the class
Journal Continued: Your Own Analogy
Sender
Receiver
Message
Channel
Feedback
Interference/Noise
Context
Communication Analogy
Learn and Apply skills and strategies

Practice

Evaluate yourself as a communicator
Ways to Become a Better Communicator?
Verbal
Non-Verbal
Written
Symbolic
4 Types of Communication
MOVING
ON ……
-Immediately after your Collage Speech open your Journal write about:
-How did you feel while talking?
-What did you notice about yourself?
-Nervous movements?
-Fidgeting?
-Loss of breath
-Sweating
Share
Journal: Speech Anxiety
Create a Collage/Poster that lists 5 characteristics about you

1-Like
1-Dislike
3-Personality/Character Traits
(ex: honest, caring, shy, etc.)

You have ONLY 20min. to complete

Present to the class and then Journal Write
5 Things 10 pts.
4. Song Speech 100 pts.
3 main points
Background, accomplishments, choice
2 cited sources
2-3 minutes
Memorized
Visual aide (3 slides)
T-step
5. Ad Speech-120 pts.
Choose an Advertisement
Analyze the add
Show VA

6. Persuasive or Informative Speech 200 pts.
3 main points (your choice)
3 cited sources
3-5 minutes long
T-step
PowerPoint (5 slides)
Memorized
Speeches Continued
Information to find out:
Full Name
Nick Name
Background:
Birthplace
Parent’s –occupation
Other about family
Interests
Hobbies
Travel
School Activities
Favorite Music/Artist
Future Plans
Something Most People don’t know about you
(Quirk, habits, pet peeves)
Rate your fear of Public speaking 1-10 (10=very afraid)
Introduction Speech
Interview your partner (info on next slide)

You may add other information or skip the information that does not apply.

Find out as much as possible!

Give a 1-2 min speech to the class
Partner Speech
Family
Hobbies
Colors
Likes and dislikes
Music
About Me
Mrs. Levi
WELCOME
to Speech

You will gain coolness with the product
You are shown showing “uncool” people then they use “product” and the are COOL!
Cool Enough?
Catches your attention with humor

Ex. Most of the commercials you shared earlier!
Humor
Ads that draw you into a story and make you feel good

-Emotional connections are made
Heart Strings
Use facts and statistics to enhance your product's credibility.


% % % % % % %
Facts and Figures
Specifically saying your product is better than another product.
Put Downs
Product looks bigger and better than competitor
Appear more appealing than they do in real life
Scale
Join the crowd!
Don't be left out!
Everyone is buying the product
Bandwagon
Favorite sports star or celebrity
Celebrity tells you they use product
Star Power
A product that brings families together
Helps them have fun together
Mom or Dad to bring home the "right" food, and a boring dinner turns into a family party! 
Family Fun
Family seems perfect
Kids are hip looking, hottest fashions, toys.
All attractive
Everyone to get along

Represents the types families that kids “want” to have
Ideal Kids (or families)
Advertisers have many methods to try and get you to buy their products.
Many times, they are selling a lifestyle, or an image, rather than the product
Here are some tricks of the trade….
Marketing to Teens
Advertising Strategies
Appetite/Hunger --Fast Food
Health --Hospitals
Ambition/success --Colleges
Physical Comfort --Snuggie or shoes
Approval by others/acceptance --Beer/Clothing
Personal appearance --Beauty Products
Possession: Have just to have --Electronics
Competition: Fun/Play Sport/ --Athletic equipment
Fear/caution/Safety --Insurance Companies
Happiness --Cleaning Projects
Economic awareness --Banks and Stores
Motives (Noun): A reason for doing something, esp. one that is hidden or not obvious
Motives: Definition
Journal: Favorite Ads
Notes: Motives/Ad Strategies
Assignment: Motives and Appeals
Advertising/Sales
Were those PSA’s Persuasive?
WHY?
WHY Not?

THINK BACK to the Funny Guy’s speech on “Taking Risks”

Do you recall Ethos/Pathos/Logos in his speech?
Journal Continued
Appeals to a person’s:
Ethics (right or wrong)
Image
Character

A speaker or writer could be:
Trustworthy
Credible
Reliable

Example :
American Lung Association. Or Facebook fan pages.
Which of these sources do you suppose is more credible?
Ethos-(Ethics)-(Image)
Aristotelian Appeals
“The Art of Persuasion”
Ethos, Pathos, Logos
Think of a time when you had to CONVINCE your parents to let you do something! Explain what you said and how you did it!
OR
Your curfew is 9:00pm! You will be at home in bed, eye shut, and absolutely no use of TV, video games, or even books!
You must CONVINCE me to CHANGE my mind about this new curfew/rules!
GO!—5 min. free write
Journal: FREE WRITE
Daniel
Julian
Jesse
Salvador
Blake
Paola
Elena
FINISH IMPROMPTU SPEECHES
TIPS:

Use Humor

Speak Slowly

Use personal examples, current events, your opinion
--Choose a fortune
1 Note card allowed (don’t write too much)

Follow these steps:
Decide your topic (anything that relates to fortune)
Preview 2-3 Main Points
Examples
Opening Statement
Closing Statement
PRACTICE with any extra time
Your Impromptu Speech
Everyone take out paper and pencil
At top of paper ,write down: an abstract word, a current event, a quote, a saying, or an idea
Pass your paper to someone else
They write an Introduction for that topic (5 min.)
Share with someone
Pass the paper to someone else (4 min.)
Write the 1st Main Point, Share
Pass, write 2nd Main Point (3 min.)
share
Repeat for conclusion (2 min.)
READ speech and share a couple with class
Activity: Impromptu Writing
(______)

I.__________________
A.___________________
B.___________________
C.___________________
D.___________________
___
II.__________________________
A.______________________
1._____________________
2._________________________
(________)
B._______________________________
1.________________
2.________________
___
III.________________________________________
A.__________________
B.__________________
QUIZ –PART 2 Puzzle outline
Directions: Fill this in This is your outline format for writing speeches.
In Groups: Period 2A
#1- Breanna, Eduardo, Shailyn, Gaby, Jazz
#2-Katherine, Kirsten, James, Andrew
#3-Allyson, Cierra, Vanessa, Alex G.
#4-Alex S., Delaney, Teeter, Zach
#5-Mayra, Catalina, Cody, Rez
#6-Duncan, JP, Tristan, Kalia
#7-Callan, Andrew H., Shelby, Wes, AlexB.
#8.- Esteban, Levi, Maria, Diana
In Groups: Period 4B
#1-Ana, Keenan, Nick, Amairini
#2-Sarah, Nathan, Whitney, Casey
#3-Alexis L., Emily, Nick R. , Manual, Roxanna
#4-Ferrari, Juan, Stephany, Cody
#5-Josh, Cheyenne, Megan, Lukas
#6-Samantha, Hannah, William, Madalyn, Kylee
Begin Writing Your Own Speech!!!!
TYPING YOUR SPEECH
1. Find in Outbox
2. Save As
3. Type your speech
TITLE
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Attention Getter
B. Link- Why does my audience care?
C. Purpose-why am I standing here today?
D. Preview- what are the main pts in the body

II. BODY
A. Song and Artist Facts
1. Tell who the Artist/Band is
2. The year the song came out and what album it is on.
3. One other fact (from your song facts)
Transition Sentence
B. Story
1. Describe the story of the song
Transition Sentence
C. Universal Message
1. What is the message of the song?
2. How can you apply the message of the song to your life?

III. CONCLUSION
A. Review Statement
B. Final Appeal
Song Speech Outline (Copy into Notes)
-Read as a class
Handout: “Skin” Song Speech
Handout: “ Jeremy”
Song Speech Example
Watch 4 sample speech videos:

1. Write 4 constructive criticism comments using the Hamburger Rule

1 compliment (must deal with public speaking or speech writing)
Not, “Great Shoes”
1 specific thing the person could work on
Not “You were horrible”
1 compliment (specific)
Journal Write: Constructive Criticism
Hamburger Rule:
Pretend you are critiquing another students speech
Practice using this method
Constructive Criticism
Putting information in YOUR OWN WORDS!!!
Demonstrate paraphrasing
Think of a story of a time when you were :
Mad
Annoyed/ Pet Peeves
Excited
Surprised
Scared to death!
Any story will do!!

Tell your story to a partner/listener
Take turns listening and paraphrasing
PARAPHRASING
Mrs. Levi
Listening Unit
On the internet
Go to:
cnn.com
nytimes.com
latimes.com
Ktvb.com (not local news)
Stick to US or World News (not local)
Find something you can give your opinion about
Print the article (try to print on 1 page)
Finding your article…
You must tell the audience where you are going!


D. First, I will tell you….
Then, I will….
Last, ……
What is the purpose of your speech?

To Inform or to Persuade?

C. “The purpose of my speech is to ……..
C. PURPOSE & D. PREVIEW
OPEN ATTENTION GETTERS
Add 1 more type of attention getter to each of the ones you wrote last time
REVIEW
Refer to hanout

Check Answer:
According to Merriam Websters dictionary, the defination of communication is, …….

WRITE A Motivational Link….
DEFINITION
Use handout and create attentnion getter
Check Answer:
According to Fat Fighter TV.com more than 23 million children and teens in the U.S. are obese, which health professionals consider an epidemic

WRITE A Motivational Link….
SHOCKING STATEMENT
For each Attention Getter written last class.
Create a Motivational Link to the audience
Writing Links
Why should the audience CARE about your topic?

Make a connection to the audience.
Save Money
Increase Health
Improve Relationships
Make Money
Improve Lifestyle
Commonality
Same Experience
Safety
EXAMPLES: “This affects you because…..”
“You or someone you know will experience this.”
“If you want to save money then you’ll …….”
B. Motivational Link
Write your own Attention Getter for the topic:
Global Warming/ Pollution
Pair and Share
Write another one with same topic using a cited source (you can make it up)
Put the 2 together
What sounds the best? 1 or 2? Why?
Writing Attention Getters
Shocking/Startling Statement- *researched *cited
Statistics*researched *cited
Story/Narrative- cited or personal or created
Quotation
According to (Author’s name),
(Author) once said, “quote here”
Vivid Description: describe 5 senses (doesn’t have to be all 5)
Reproduce Dialog or Use a Conversation
****Rhetorical Question (thought-provoking)****
Multiple answers, or requires thought
Refer to an Event (Historical or Current)
Hypothetical Scenario
What if….. Imagine….
Definition- cite dictionary
Other thoughts
Action- sing, dance, act, play an instrument
Create Your Own Attention Getter
HUMOR
USE A COMBINATION
Attention Getters
Important Notes: Speech Outline
Title
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Attention Getter- Capture the audiences attention (WOW them!)
B. Motivational Link- Find a Connection to audience. Why should my audience care?
C. Purpose- Explain what your speech is about.
D. Preview- List the 3 main points you will be explaining in your speech

II. BODY
A. Main point 1
1. supporting detail
2. supporting detail
Transitional sentence- I have just told you (main pt 1) now I will tell you (main pt 2)
B. Main point 2
1. supporting detail
2. supporting detail
Transitional sentence- I have just told you (main pt 2) now I will tell you (main pt 3)
C. Main Point 3
1. supporting detail
2. supporting detail
III. CONCLUSION
A. Review Statement- Summarize the 3 main points from the Body
B. Call to action- Motivate the audience to do something
C. Final appeal- Refer to the Attention Getter and WOW them again!!!
Pencils, Paper, and Brain ready?
Very Important Notes Ahead!!
Watch videos:

1. Martin Luther King Jr.- “I have a dream”
2. Oprah Winfrey-Acceptance
3. Nadar Hemly- NFL Champion

Evaluate the speakers. What did they do well? List at least 3 positive things you observed.
Discuss Verbal, nonverbal, and style.
Journal: Significant Speakers/Speeches
Review your prompt speech to yourself
Review it with a partner
Handout Rubric
Present to class
Video record
PRESENT Prompt Speech
Who is your hero? Why?
Where do you see yourself in five years? Describe your life.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? What specific things would you want to see and do? 
What is your dream job? Why?
What was your best vacation? Where did you go? What did you do? 
What was your most frightening experience?
What is your favorite family tradition
What has been the best day of your life? Why?
What does success mean to you?
Would you rather be a musician or a movie star? Why what kind of artist would you be?
When I grow up…
I would never….
An important lesson that I have learned (from someone)….
A positive event that changed my life…
The decision I regret the most…
A moment when you did something that required a lot of courage…
A historical fact that impressed you..
The happiest memory was….
My biggest fears are….
If I had enough money I would……
The most important thing/s in my life are..
True happiness is only found when….
If I could change one thing about the world I would…
If you could be a superhero who would you be and why? What powers would you have?
Does money bring happiness?
Prompt List----see paper
Choose 3 prompts from the list
Write about them
Pair and share 1
Journal Write: Thoughts on Me
Quiz Date is following the Prompt Speech
QUIZ TUESDAY 29th
Remember to Study for Quiz
No Flip Flops

Footwear should be:
Clean
Appropriate for clothing choice
Shoes???
NO
Holes
Ripped

YES
Dark/not faded
Clean
Can you wear jeans? Yes/No
VIDEO: Attire Do’s & Don’ts
Yes----Yes----Yes!
Attire=Clothing Choice
What image are you communicating to your audience about yourself?
Formal= Tuxedo, Suit and tie, Gown, Dress
Semi-Formal= Khakis, dress pants, skirts, polo shirt, tie no jacket
Casual= Jeans, t-Shirt, tennis shoes

What is appropriate attire for public speaking?
5. STYLE
Move hands/arms naturally

Not TOO BIG
Not TOO Small
3. Gestures
What facial expression is most appropriate for public speaking?


SMILE
2. Facial Expressions
Stance/Posture
Stage Movement (T-Step)
Move during transitions
Between main points

Tips:
MOVE ON PURPOSE
Practice your movement
1. Body Language
Stoplight:
Things you should always, sometimes, and never do as a public speaker.
A two way process that sends and receives messages thoughts and ideas between two beings.
Definition of
Communication
To connect with others
To share information
For enjoyment
Social ritual
Persuade others
Why Do We Communicate?
1. Collage Speech- 10 points
Create a collage
5-10 items
Describe your likes, dislikes, interests, hobbies, favorites, hopes and dreams.
2. Prompt speech-30 points
Chose a prompt or make up your own
1-2 minutes
Memorized
First recorded speech
3. News Article Speech- 50 points
Printed article
2 main pts.
(Article summary,
comment on issue)
1-2 minutes
1 cited source
Visual Aide (poster or 1 PowerPoint slide)
Memorized
Expected Speeches for the Quarter
Share 3 interesting things about yourself
2 true
1 false

Class votes on what they think is the lie
You reveal the answer
2 Truths and 1 Lie
Take 2-5 skittles
DON’T EAT THEM YET!!!!!!

Depending on how many you took tell the class about yourself:
Red: A memory from childhood
Green: A story about a pet
Yellow: Places you’ve traveled
Purple: What do you want to do for a career
Orange: Interesting fact about you that no one knows
SKITTLES
Fire drill
Line up single or double file
No talking
Walk down the sidewalk to the bus lot, into the grass…
Wait quietly until permitted to re-enter school
Lockdown
Quietly sit under windows on the back wall of the class
Do not talk and wait for instructions
Fire Drills/ Lockdown Drills
Where advertisers don't give you the full story about their product.

Example: Pop Tart claims to be "part" of a healthy breakfast…..

It doesn't mention that the breakfast might still be healthy whether this product is there or not.
Omission
Uses sexual attraction to catch your attention.

Ex. Carl’s Jr. Go Daddy
Sexual Attraction
Uses Music and other sound effects
Jingles: stuck in your head ALL day
Have you ever noticed that the volume of commercials is higher than the sound for the program that follows?
Sounds Good
Boredom ends with product
Everything will become fun and exciting


Who could ever have imagined that food could be so much fun? One bite of a snack food and you're surfing in California, or soaring on your skateboard!
Excitement
Watch video

Can you think of any advertisments that use Ethos, Pathos, Logos?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKtQEnERhSY&list=PLFE060F5027D09B31&index=1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKtQEnERhSY&list=PLFE060F5027D09B31&index=1
E-P-L in Advertising
Formative Assessment: You will turn this in!!!!
TITLE

INTRODUCTION
Attention Getter
Motivational Link
Purpose
Preview
Subject: Bullying
Write a complete introduction following the outline format.
INTRODUCTIONS
The purpose of this speech is for self evaluation.

You will be recorded!

Chose a prompt
Write speech
Practice
Present- with no paper!
Recorded
Self Evaluation
Prompt Speech
aka “Thoughts on Me”
EYE CONTACT!!!!

Pull your hair out of your eyes
Hair Don’ts
Better, but NOT for a speech
NEVER!!!!
Communication Process
Cartoon Character is the “face” of the product

Tony the Tiger-cereal
Trix: Rabbit
Energizer Bunny- Batteries
Cartoon Characters
Artist Facts
Info
More Info
TITLE
Large Font
Title
Bullets
Color

Pictures 8X10 or Larger
Visual Aids-Posters
Keep UNDERwear, UNDER YOUR CLOTHES!!!!!
NOT Appropriate for school
Score/Touchdown

Crowd/ Other Team

Stadium
Quarter Back
Wide Receiver
Ball
Arm/Throw
Feedback=

Noise=

Context=
Sender=
Receiver=
Message=
Channel=
ANALOGY- “A Football Game”
Verbal-

Written-

Non-Verbal-

Symbolic-
List 2 examples of each type..
Maturing adult-
25-34
Adult-
35-55
Male or Female
Tween-
8-12 years old
Teen-
13-17
Young adult-
18-24
Maturing adult-
25-34
Adult-
35-55
Male or Female
Tween-
8-12 years old
Teen-
13-17
Young adult-
18-24
Target Audience Breakdowns
Logos Ethos Pathos should be balanced within a text/speech
Logos:
Sense of Logic
Pathos:
Emotions
Ethos:
Credibility
Rhetoric Triangle
Persuasion-Appeals
Say product name over and over
The same commercial will be repeated at certain times
Repetition
Page 3
III. Conclusion

A.




B.
Page 2
II. Body
A. (Story summary)
1.
2.
3.

transition
B. (Opinion)
1.
2.
Page 1
Introduction
A.

B.

C.

D.
Use 3 pages
Write Your Speech:
RULE: Dress1-2 Steps Above your Audience
What is good and bad about their attire?
Context
Interference/ Noise
Channel
Feedback
Message
Receiver
Sender
Receiver
Sender
Communication Model
A specified audience or demographic group for which an advertising message is designed.
Age, gender, income, likes, dislikes, lifestyle, career, education, hobbies, housing (own, rent), Special interest groups
Target Audience-
How to Help......
-Eat before you speak (no sugar/caffeine)
-Deep Breathing (slows heart rate)
-Visualization (create Deja vu)
-Practice

My Life…..


11th Grade

LIKES:
Baseball
Lifting Weights


Carlos Cortez Levi


2 years old

LIKES:
Walking/Running
Eating turkey bacon
Watching Little Einstein
His mom

TALENTS:
Making Snap Chat videos
Taking Selfies

Rawley Cortez Levi

Travel

Guatemala
India
Hawaii (2x)
Several States in the USA
DC/NYC in October 2013

START SOMETHING THAT MATTERS

MY DREAM!!

PLEASE SHARE, LIKE, and View this on your own sometime also  Thanks!
My You Tube Video….

NEW Yearbook Teacher!!

Adviser for FCA
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
1:40pm EVERY WED. in room 204

Travel Club--Went to Washington D.C /NYC

Business Dept. and Communication Dept.
PHOTOSHOP
SPEECH

Other Info:
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