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Speech Writing 5th Grade

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Lily Coursey

on 20 February 2013

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Audience: Purpose: Who writes a speech? Time to Start Writing!! http://teacher.scholastic.com/writewit/speech/writeit.htm Presentation Time Your 4H Speech Requirements: Rubric 4H Speeches What's in a Speech? Where to Begin?? https://teacher.ocps.net/groups/sorgsclass/wiki/fe266/5th_Grade_Speech_Contest.html Why? Time to brainstorm! Your group has been given an index card with a writing prompt:
As a group, it is your task to determine:
1. The purpose of the speech (why is it written?)
2. The intended audience (who will hear the speech?) Informative Speech -Similar to teaching
-Teach something to an audience; telling them why something is useful and valuable
-How do you know it's successful?
Whether or not the audience learned something Examples:
1. Teacher sharing information with students about earthquakes
2. Student presenting a research presentation
3. Someone telling a group of people about their hometown Layout Speech -Simply laying out information
-Giving directions
-Explaining the location of a places Examples:1. Real Estate Agent telling about the floor plan of a house2. Receptionist giving directions to a location3. Tour guide sharing details about the path of the tour Demonstration Speech Similar to an informative speech, but showing
audience how to do something. -Sometimes known as a
"How To" Speech Examples:
1. Instructor giving dance lessons
2. Showing how to follow a recipe Persuasive Speech Contains information about how to help someone make a decision
Persuade someone to change in some way
How will you measure the success of your speech?
-Whether or not the audience is willing to change actions or behavior Examples:
1. Lawyer convincing a jury
2. Politician campaigning for voters
3. Salesclerk trying to persuade customer to buy new product Examples of 4H Speeches: Scholastic Writing Guide: Basic Components in Writing a Speech: When writing a speech, you must know who will be listening to your presentation.
Would it be appropriate to give a demonstration speech about baking a cake to a room full of bakers? What about giving an informative speech on the history of America to a group of 4 year old children? Think: Who's listening? What am I going to tell the audience? Will it be relevant and interesting? Topic: Sports
Time: 2-3 minutes
Due Date: Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 Nonverbal Skills Eye Contact
Body Language
Poise Verbal Skills Enthusiasm
Elocution Content Subject Knowledge
Organization
Mechanics Bell Activity: 2/20/13 Keisha is writing a letter to persuade the operators of a community center to change their open gym hours. Read the paragraph from her letter.
(1) Most students get home from school about 3:30 p.m. (2) By the time they change clothes and have a snack, it is 4 p.m. (3) Then they hurry off to the community center. (4) By then it is 4:30, and they only have half an hour to play basketball.

Which sentence from the paragraph should be corrected to better reach the intended audience?
A. Sentence 1
B. Sentence 2
C. Sentence 3
D. Sentence 4 ***After answering the question, write 2-3 sentences telling why this sentence needs to be corrected Speech Format Hook your listeners' attention from the start. Tell a funny or interesting story about the topic. Tell a personal story or share an attention-grabbing fact about the topic. Body: This is the main part of your report and will take the most time. The body of the report is where you tell what you found out about your topic. It helps to make an outline of this part of the report so that you don't forget what you want to say. Conclusion: Finish briefly restating your main points. Ask yourself: What do I want my listeners to remember about this topic. Introduction:
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