Public Speaking K-G1

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  • Beginner
1 Welcome Lesson Introduction to public speaking
2 Voice The importance of tone, pitch, volume, and pacing
3 Narrative Speech Intrduction to narrative speeches and storytelling
4 Narrative Speech How to recreate a known story
5 Narrative Speech Speech Day: Students tell a commonly known story or fairy tale in their own words
6 Narrative Speech Introduction to fictional narratives
7 Narrative Speech Adding details and description to stories
8 Narrative Speech Speech Day: Students tell a fictional story they create
9 Personal Narrative Introduction to personal narratives
10 Personal Narrative Chronological order, details, and recreation
11 Personal Narrative Speech Day: Students tell a personal narrative
12 Oral Interpretation Introduction to Oral Interpretation
13 Oral Interpretation Practice techniques for a dynamic and entertaining reading
14 Oral Interpretation Speech Day: Students give an oral interpretation of a book they choose
15 Final Speech Speech Day: Students chose to give a narrative, personal narrative, or oral interpretation
  • Intermediate
Week Lesson Focus
1 Welcome Lesson Introduction to Intermediate public speaking
2 Voice Reinforce importance of tone, pitch, volume, and pacing
3 Narrative Speech Reinforce details and description in a narrative speech
4 Narrative Speech Speech Day: Students give a fictional narrative speech
5 Personal Narrative Reinforce chronological order and detail. Add body language and facial expressions
6 Personal Narrative Continuance of bady language and facial expressions
7 Personal Narrative Speech Day: Students give a personal narrative incoorperating the new techniques
8 Formal Speech Structure Introduce proper structure of a formal speech: Introduction, Body, Summary, Conclusion
9 Formal Speech Structure Attention grabbing and strong introductions
10 Formal Speech Structure Construction a 3 main point body
11 Formal Speech Structure Summarizing and delivering a memorable conclusion
12 Practice Speech Speech Day: Students deliver a speech with a topic of students’ choice
13 Informative Speech Introduction to informative speech
14 Informative Speech Exploring the 4 types of informative speech
15 Informative Speech Speech Day: Students give an informative speech
  • Advanced
Week Lesson Focus
1 Welcome Lesson Introduction to Advanced public speaking
2 Voice Reinforce importance of tone, pitch, volume, and pacing
3 Review Sturcture Review proper structure of formal speeches
4 Informative Speech Reinforce structure and concepts of informative speech
5 In formative Speech Speech Day: Students give an informative speech
6 Persuasive Speech Introduction to Persuasion
7 Persuasive Speech Rhetoriacal appeals triangle: Pathos, Logos, Ethos
8 Persuasive Speech The 4 steps of persuasion
9 Persuasive Speech Speech Day: Students give a short persuasive speech by way of a commercial or sales pitch
10 Persuasive Speech Combine Rhetorical appeals and 4 persuasive steps into a formal speech
11 Persuasive Speech Speech Day: Students give a persuasive speech
12 Demonstrative Speech Introduction to demonstrative speech
13 Demonstrative Speech Practice demonstrations while giving verbal instructions
14 Demonstrative Speech Speech Day: Students give a demonstrative Speech
15 Final Speech Students choose to give an informative, persuasive, or demonstrative speech

 

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G1, Kindergarten

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