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Advice On the IOC
Transcript of Advice On the IOC
― Annie Dillard, The Writing Life
You can never be over prepared for something , so start by writing down as much information as possible including key points, doing research about the Author to get a personal understanding of them and a bit of brief background information on the text, do as much highlighting as much as possible. TRY TO AVOID BEING ABSENT IN CLASS!! this is a crucial time the littlest things count.
It's good to start of with remembering your candidate number an practicing a few times talking for 10 minutes an then 20 minutes, recording yourself a few times an having a classmate listen in will help you with allowing your classmate to give you feedback, helping when you become stuck an also help you with trying to steer away from words such as um, or i think repeatedly, it's also good to exchange notes with classmates that can help you. Remember that just because your assigned number for the day you're going is weeks away doesn't mean you shouldn't prepare or allow you in anyway to slack off..
Lastly , the night before make sure your well rested an prepared as possible it's always a good idea to help you remembering things by referencing one thing to another.
It is very important that you understand the text even if that means reading it over and over again until you get it, a few pointers may be :
underlining unfamilar words or things you don't understand, with that you can research them to help you gain a better understand.
Break down the text in a way that your able to read a couple of sentences giving a brief summary of it.
And , start by defining the title referencing the meaning of the title to the text you are reading.
Dear Eleventh Graders,
Advice On The Ioc
“You cannot afford to confine your studies to the classroom. The universe and all of history is your classroom.”
― Stella Adler, The Art of Acting