After speech class, everything else is just 'talk.'
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Week 1: March 12-16
M: Body Language TED Talk
T: Finish TED Talk and do one blog.
W: Blog 2 and 4 due at midnight
TH: Blog 5 and 6, 7 due at midnight
F: Blog 8, 9, and 10 due at midnight Sunday
Week 2: March 19-23
M: Go over blogs; begin topic for "both sides" speech
Mercy: Handwrite up to two blogs that you didn't do.
T- F: Gather sources for your speech.
Week 3: Apr. 2-6
M Go over body language, voice, verbals, etc.
T Do some impromptu speeches
W Finish impromtu speeches
Th At the beginning of class turn in four souces, four summaries, and the inherent issues in your speech.
F Learn Outlines. Outlines due Mon.
Week 4: Apr. 9-13
M Practice speeches
T Conferences on outlines
W Work day: news slips, note cards, brainstorm sheet
Th 5 practice speeches
F Work day (speeches begin next week)
Discussed how you will be graded. See rubric.
Week 5: Apr. 17-20
T Allyson, Hannah, Josie
W Evan, Donovan, Taylor
Th Spencer, Morgan, Madison
Week 6: Apr. 23-27
M Intro to Invitational Speech
T Work day
W Work day
Th Work day
F Outlines and Sources Due
Week 7: Apr. 30-May 3
M: Peer Help Day
T: Peer Help Day
W: 3 Speeches
Th 3 Speeches
F: No school
Week 8: May 7-11
M 2 speeches
T 1 speech; explain flip speech
W flip speech
Th flip speech
F two page outline due with one source
Week 9: May 14-18
M outlines back; make notecards
T 3 speeches: Madison, Josie, Allison
W 3 speeches: Ean, Taylor, Morgan
Th 3 speeches: Don, Hannah, Spencer
F The King's Speech
Week 10: May 21-24
M The King's Speech