Monday, May 22, 2017

Workshop

Agenda:

  • Workshop period

Homework:
  • Notes due Wednesday
  • Vocab due 6/1

Friday, May 19, 2017

Note taking workshop (Thurs. and Fri.)

Agenda:

  • Review what notes and source cards could look like
  • Workshop for own source


Homework:

  • Notes for source (digital or index cards) will be due on Wed.
  • 6/1 vocab

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Directions on Note Taking

Agenda:

  • Read sample articles
    • https://www.doi.gov/blog/15-facts-about-our-national-mammal-american-bison
    • http://www.grandforksherald.com/news/region/4028314-buffalo-now-national-mammal-after-obama-signs-bison-legacy-act
  • Overview of notes
    • Printed version
    • Digital version
  • Practice Note Cards or Digital Notes
    • 1 source and multiple notes/note cards needed
    • If digital, you will need to submit to classroom
Homework:
  • Finish the practice note cards

Monday, May 15, 2017

Source Workshop

Agenda:

  • Workshop time to evaluate sources
  • Improv if extra time

Homework:
  • 6/1--vocab due
  • sources due WED!!

Friday, May 12, 2017

Introduction to Improv

Agenda:

  • Rules of improv
  • Salesman improv (slideshow)

Homework:
  • 5/17 --research due (4 credible sources min.)
  • 6/1--vocab due

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Workshop: Research

Agenda:


  • Overview of what sort of information to look for
  • Google Scholar Tour: scholar.google.com
  • Time to find own research (4 sources min, if on pace)
Homework:
  • Sources due 5/17
  • Vocab due 6/1

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Website Evaluation

Agenda:

  • Review evaluation tips
  • Practice
  • Supporting Detail workshop time

Homework:
  • Supporting Detail analyses are due tomorrow
  • 6/1--vocab due
  • **You already should have submitted your topic on an index card**

Monday, May 8, 2017

Final Supporting Detail Workshop

Agenda:

  • Final workshop to complete supporting detail analyses
Homework:
  • Wed--all 4 analyses due
  • 6/1--Vocab list due

Friday, May 5, 2017

Finding a Specific Purpose and Thesis

Agenda:

  • PPT and writing a specific purpose
  • Testing your specific purpose
  • Writing a draft thesis
  • Sample speech--this might be what your speech ends up looking like

Homework:
  • Supporting Info Analyses are due 5/10
  • 6/1 Vocab is due

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Supporting Information Workshop

Continue Supporting Info Workshop--all due 5/10

Vocab list due 6/1

**Please come tomorrow with an idea of what your topic is going to be.  You may need to revisit your brainstorming activities as well as your topic analyses.**

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Topic Analysis

Agenda:

  • Vocab warm up
  • Choose two topic areas
  • Complete mind mapping with one
  • Complete journalist questions with another
  • Workshop time for supporting information analyses

Homework:
  • Vocab due 6/1
  • Topic analyses due 5/10
  • You should have completed the topic analysis before the end of class today

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Brainstorming: News and Media Prompts

Agenda:

  • What are news and media prompts?
  • Finding three possible topics
  • Workshop: Supporting Information

Homework:
  • Brainstorming should be completed for tomorrow
  • 5/10--Supporting Information Analyses are due

Monday, May 1, 2017

Workshop for Supporting Information

Agenda:

  • Workshop for supporting information

Homework:
  • Prepare to finish brainstorming activities tomorrow

Friday, April 28, 2017

Finding a Topic Area Part 1

Agenda:

  • Brainstorming practice
  • Interest chart practice
  • Workshop time: Supporting Information

Homework:
  • Make sure brainstorming and interest chart are uploaded
  • Vocab is due Monday
  • You should have completed the facts and stats analysis by Monday

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Supporting Information Individual Work

Agenda:

  • Overview of types of supporting information
  • Overview of expectations to complete the readings and analyses
  • Workshop time
Homework:
  • Audience Project due tomorrow
  • Vocab due 5/1
  • All Supporting Info analyses due by 5/10

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Monday, April 24, 2017

Maslow Ad Review and Workshop

Agenda:
  • Vocab Practice
  • Maslow Ad Review: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB-KVYj_x8pvvnyJQL91eQmH5F2nzzaag
  • Workshop Time for Project
Homework:
  • Work on project for Fri
  • Vocab due on Monday

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Audience Project

Overview and time to work on project.


Homework:

  • Project due 4/28
  • 5/1 deadline for April vocab list

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Audience Dynamics Concluded

Agenda:

  • Share surveys
  • Complete Notes
  • Maslow's hierarchy of needs--matching with public speaking appeals
Homework:
  • Vocab list due by May 1st

Monday, April 10, 2017

Audience Dynamics

Agenda:

  • Notes on dynamics
  • Sample surveys

Homework:
  • Make sure that the Inaugural Address WS and Proctor Demographics WS are finished for Wed.
  • 5/1=deadline for April Vocab list

Friday, April 7, 2017

Speech Self-Evaluation

Agenda:

  • April Vocab List warm-up
  • Speech Self-Evaluation
    • Watch speech shared in e-mail
    • Answer questions
  • Workshop
    • Proctor Demographics Questions
    • Inaugural Address Analysis
Homework:
  • Demographic questions due Monday
  • Inaugural Analysis due Tuesday

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Audience Demographics

Agenda:

  • Finish speech presentations
  • Audience Demographics Intro
Homework:
  • Proctor Demographics Research due 4/7

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Speech Day II

Agenda:


  • Speech Presentations

Homework:
  • Continue to work on Inaugural Address...updated deadline coming soon

Friday, March 31, 2017

Workshop Day

Workshop Day for Speeches (due Monday) and Inaugural Address Project (due midweek)

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Intro to Inaugural Address Mini Project

Agenda:

  • Review yesterday's check in ticket questions
  • Overview of Inaugural Address Project

Homework:
  • Vocab due tomorrow
  • Speeches due Monday
  • Aim to have mini project complete by Tuesday

Continuation

Agenda:

  • Speech of Intro Check-in
  • Review FDR Speech

Homework:
  • Vocab list due 3/31

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Intro. to Audience

Agenda:

  • Vocab warm-up
  • List: What do we need to consider/how can we appeal to an audience?
  • FDR's First Inaugural Address: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX_v0zxM23Q

Homework:
  • Finish reading the address
  • Think of a president whose speech you would like to examine
  • 3/31--vocab list due
  • 3/31--expect to start speeches of introduction

Peer Eval

Agenda:

  • Review speech rubric
  • Practice running through the speech

Homework:
  • vocab due 3/31
  • speeches due by the end of next week

Review Test

Review Test

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Short Period: Key Note Workshop

Agenda:

  • Overview of key note outlines
  • Practice turning sample into key note
  • Workshop: turn own full outline into key note
Homework:
  • Key note outline due Monday
  • 3/31 vocab list due

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Short Period: Workshop Continued

Agenda:

  • Review sample
  • Work on own intro and conclusion

Homework:
  • Finish full outline for tomorrow
  • Vocab list due 3/31

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Short Period: Intro and Conclusion Workshop

Agenda:

  • Ethos review and analysis of sample videos
  • Intro and conclusion tips
  • Analysis of sample paper
Homework:
  • Full Outlines due Thurs.  (moved)
  • Vocab due at end of the month

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Full Outlines

Agenda:

  • Submit missing work
  • Free write on chosen prompt from self-awareness inventory
  • Turn into full outline
Homework:
  • Full outline due Monday to classroom
  • 3/31 vocab list due

Monday, March 13, 2017

Outlining

Agenda:

  • Submit self-awareness inventory and work on vocab list
  • Sample student speech of introduction
  • Intro to Outlines and Harvard Outlines
  • Practice Outline with Hypothetical Topic

Homework:
  • Finish practice outline for tomorrow
  • Full Harvard Outline will be due Thursday on your chosen topic
  • 3/31--Vocab should be completed

Friday, March 10, 2017

Self-Awareness Inventory

Agenda:

  • Review
  • Complete self-awareness inventory and submit to classroom
  • Work on new vocab list
Homework:
  • Self-awareness inventory due Monday
  • Vocab list due 3/31 (PS March)

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Your First Speech

Agenda:

  • Turn in ads
  • Directions
  • Notes
Homework:
  • Start thinking of a speech topic

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Relaxation Stations

Agenda:

  • Review communication anxiety
  • Pre-station journal
  • Stations
  • Choosing the most effective station
Homework:
  • Journal due tomorrow to classroom

Monday, March 6, 2017

Plagiarism Scenarios

Agenda:

  • Review scenarios
  • Communication Anxiety Survey
Homework:
  • Ad due 3/9
  • Survey due tomorrow
  • Check missing work ASAP

Friday, March 3, 2017

Ethics in Public Speaking

Agenda:

  • What are ethics?
  • National Credo for Ethical Communication
  • Notes and types of plagiarism

Homework:
  • Ads due on 3/9

Thursday, March 2, 2017

More Tech Tools + Workshop Time

Agenda:

  • Flip cams with Mrs. Tilden
  • Audacity Google Book Directions
  • Workshop Time
  • Review of Missing Work Letters

Homework:
  • Be aware that eligibility reports will be completed next week
  • Ads due 3/9

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Ad Samples and Workshop Time

Agenda:

  • Analysis of Sample Ads
  • Possible Ad Tool: Wix.com
  • Workshop time

Homework:
  • Ads due on 3/9 (date changed from original)

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Ad Agency Assignment

Agenda:

  • Review Assignment
  • Workshop Time
Homework:
  • Planning Sheet is due tomorrow

Monday, February 27, 2017

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos in Print Ads

Agenda:

  • Review
  • Inner and Outer Square: Ethos, Pathos, Logos
  • Ticket Out: Close analysis of one pillar


Homework:
  • Think of a product that you would want to sell using the 3 pillars

Friday, February 17, 2017

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos in Ads (Thurs and Fri)

Agenda:

  • Review Lou Gherig Homework
  • Ad analysis w/ chart (YT playlist)
  • Find an ad of your own to add to the chart and to analyze
Homework:
  • Make sure the ad chart is turned in
  • MLK vocab list is due prior to break

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Ethos, Pathos, Logos Intro

Agenda:

  • WS Notes on ethos, pathos, and logos
  • Practice writing
Homework:
  • Lou Gherig speech and worksheet
  • Make sure you have your vocab completed before break
  • Make sure you have turned everything in for Creative Writing

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Speech Comparisons Extended

Agenda:

  • Warm up: vocab site
  • "The Gettysburg Address" comparison
  • Student connection: "We don't have to Live in the Slums"

Homework:
  • Review ancient PS tips
  • POL critique paragraph due tomorrow

Friday, February 10, 2017

Speech Comparisons

Agenda:

  • Logistical changes
    • Make-up work now due Monday
    • POL assignment now due 2/14
  • MLK Figurative Language Assignment Review
  • Gettysburg Address Comparison (see classroom assignment): http://www.pbs.org/video/1832543419/
Homework:
  • Revisions
  • "Gettysburg Address" comparison should be uploaded
  • POL Worksheet due 2/14
  • Vocab due before break

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Analyzing MLK's Language

Agenda:

  • Review of POL assignment
  • MLK language analysis (partners)

Homework:
  • Finished MLK language analysis due tomorrow
  • POL assignment due Friday
  • All resubmissions due Friday

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

MLK Speech

Agenda:


  • Vocab warm up
  • Review critical components of Public Speaking
  • Watch for in MLK's "I have a Dream" Speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smEqnnklfYs
Homework:
  • Work revisions due 2/10
  • Vocab list due 2/17 (must be mastered on vocabulary.com by then)

Monday, February 6, 2017

Finish Intro

Agenda:

  • Survey on classroom
  • Vocabulary.com list while waiting
  • Finish notes
Homework:
  • Updates due 2/10
  • Finish survey if arrived late
  • vocab.com list due 2/13

Friday, February 3, 2017

Background to PS

Agenda:

  • Review Chart
  • Sample Speech
  • Notes on the background to PS
Homework:
  • Continue to work on any make-up work: due 2/10

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Intro to Public Speaking: What Makes a Well-Presented Speech?

Agenda:

  • Journal
  • Film Clips (playlist on YT) Sample Texts:

  • Create Class Poster

Homework:
  • Find a film clip that resonates with you and write a paragraph explaining what makes it a powerful example of public speaking.  (Submit via classroom)

Friday, January 27, 2017

STAR

STAR Testing and Grade Reviews

HW:

  • All grade resubmissions due 2/10

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Monday, January 23, 2017

Welcome to Public Speaking

Agenda:

  • POL Practice
    • Rogues vs. Scullions
    • Inflection Activity with Sonnet 18
  • Practice with our own poems
  • Join classroom
  • Return of portfolio from CW
Homework:
  • Practice your poems for Thursday